- BRAND STORY: Get ready to dive headfirst into a cup of donut-inspired coffee. We stack flavors on top of flavors to reimagine the limits of coffee and turn every day into a delicious treat. So drink up, and set your taste buds to discovery mode!
- TASTE: Caramel-flavored coffee with the taste and aroma of classic apple pie.
- ROAST: Light Roast caffeinated coffee and is certified Orthodox Union Kosher
- SUSTAINABILITY: Committed to 100% responsibly sourced coffee
- COMPATIBILITY: Contains genuine Keurig K-Cup pods, engineered for guaranteed quality and compatibility with all Keurig K-Cup pod coffee makers
- RECYCLABLE* K-CUP PODS: Simple. Delicious. And Recyclable. Enjoy the same great-tasting coffee you know and love, and when you’re done just peel, empty and recycle. *Check locally, not recycled in all communities. Packaging may vary.
The Original Donut Shop Coffee, Keurig K-Cup Pod, Light Roast, Caramel Apple Pie, 12 Count
Categories: Home and Kitchen, ORIGINAL DONUT SHOP
1 review for The Original Donut Shop Coffee, Keurig K-Cup Pod, Light Roast, Caramel Apple Pie, 12 Count
Marcos D. –
Loved these things however once it was all said and done and we did the math, even with the “free” prime shipping, these ended up costing significantly more than going to the local Costco and purchasing the K-cups there. I love the brand and of course its hard to go wrong with K-cups in general (although I do have one comment on that below) but the price unfortunately just sort of lost it for me.
One thing on the K-cups I did notice is that unlike several other brands of coffee, this particular K-cup from this shipment is back pressuring my Keruig more than others. That is, it takes almost twice as long to push the water through the K-cup than other brands of coffee and sometimes it takes so long that the Keruig stops and I get only 2/3s a cup of coffee. Note that this Keruig has been descaled and cleaned with actual regular maintenance on the troublesome one-way valve as well as the rotating pump. No deep analysis as to why this is other than (short of cutting open a couple cups and comparing them) it seems like the coffee might be denser in the filter part of the K-cup (for those that don’t know, some K-cups are more expensive because they put extra filters in the space and encapsulate the coffee in there. Things like hot chocolate use no filters and just flush the contents into your cup).