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Old 11-26-2008, 11:25 AM
Location: Ruidoso NM
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hi, Just new to single coffee brewers, I have been looking for good coffee in k-cups, also do you know if you can purchase them in a store? or do you have to order them from online?
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Old 11-26-2008, 11:31 AM
Location: Marion, IN
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Where I am the stores that sell the machines also carry a very limited selection of coffee/tea. I know Lowe's, Dillard's, Elder/Beerman, Best Buy sell them. There are many places online to order them as well.

My husband is a coffee drinker. He likes a nice medium coffee and he generally chooses the PBS Blend. My friend who also has a machine likes the Half Caff and the Caribou Blend.

Green Mountain makes an awesome hot chocolate.
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Old 11-26-2008, 12:10 PM
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My husband lives & breathes coffee, and loves his Keuring machine.

In order to save money on the K-cups (he drinks about 10 cups/day), he bought a couple of their filters for use with his own coffee. He buys Eight O'Clock Colombian bean, and uses the espresso grind on his grinder.
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Old 11-29-2008, 01:07 AM
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
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You can buy them also at Bed Bath Beyond and most of the larger department stores carry them. Also Costco sells them-they only have like maybe 1 kind (which I didnt care for, one of the Paul Newmann coffees) in the clubs, but they have a bit more of a variety if you buy online.

I also really like the reusable filter where you can grind your own coffee. That way you are not limited by just what cups you can find. If you are a heavy coffee drinker, the premade cups can get a little pricey.

Green Mountain has a huge variety if you want to order online. They also carry "seasonal" flavors as well as basic coffee. And they have a "sampler" box where you can try different types. I belong to their Cafe Club, where they will ship you recurring orders at whatever interval you specify-they even occasionally throw in a free box of k-cups.
K-Cup & Whole Bean Coffee, Keurig Brewers & Gifts - Green Mountain Coffee

I absolutely love my Keurig-I will never ever go back to a regular machine again! And I am very very impressed that the machine holds up so well. I bought mine about 15 months ago when I moved to AZ, and it still looks brand new.
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Old 11-29-2008, 01:46 AM
Location: Lafayette, Louisiana
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Here in Louisiana, the coffee to buy is Community. It's a strong robust flavor coffee.
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