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80-Count San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers (Organic Rainforest Blend) EXPIRED

DVS12 154 March 6, 2013 at 09:32 AM in Grocery (3) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 03-06-2013 at 01:11 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 80-Count San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers (Organic Rainforest Blend) for $27.55 when you checkout via "subscribe & save". Shipping is free. Thanks DVS12

Now available, Amazon.com has 80-Count San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers (several varieties) for $26.12 when you checkout via "subscribe & save". Shipping is free. Thanks freeguy007 [Discuss]

Note: You may cancel subscribe & save anytime after your order ships.

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Edited June 26, 2013 at 11:41 AM by DeividdoSama
This is my first post, searched and did not see this available anywhere else.

Amazon [amazon.com] [amazon.com] has the San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, Organic Rainforest Blend, 80-Count marked down to as low as $27.55 ($0.34/cup) when you check out with Subcribe and Save. Without S&S, the price is still only $29.00 ($0.36 / cup).

Shipping is free with both options.

This is $4 less than the lowest previous price on Amazon for this organic, free trade blend and priced the same as a previous front page deal. Link


Or, if you prefer Green Mountain Nantucket Blend - Amazon Warehouse Deals has an 80-Count available for $33.16 - Link [amazon.com]

I assume the quantities are limited on the Nantucket Blend given it is available through warehouse deals.

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#16
Bought the French Roast when this deal went front page back in Feb. and its my first time trying San Francisco Bay. We really like them, definitely one of my favorite bold coffees. Nice flavor without a burnt taste, even has good flavor when I brew on the largest cup setting (which I always do, hence why I buy bold coffee).

I have had no problem with freshness, the 80 packs come sealed in 8 sealed packages and came with a plastic container for storage. The aroma while brewing is wonderful too. I am really glad I decided to try them, will be trying the other flavors for sure. Just my two cents for anyone who has not tried them yet or was worried about the onecup design versus k-cup.
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#17
Fog Chaser is a great BOLD medium - Not a Dark Roast in disguise - I drink it @ home and office
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#18
I ordered some from the deal last week. It is good!
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#19
I can only speak to the decaf version of these k-cups, but have found them to be "silty". The flavor is palatable but I didn't like the sediment I always found at the bottom of my cup...

YMMV.
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#20
Rainforest blend? Because they cleared the rainforests to plant coffee trees?
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#21
Had some of this a while back, and was the worst coffee I've ever had. I couldn't even finish the cup....but I do believe there was residue/sediment in the cup as I poured it down the drain.
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#22
I'm surprised the keurig fad hasn't blown over yet..
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#23
I gave fog chaser a try last time. It's a little too bold for me but the wife really likes it. I have no issues with the filter only k-cup. It just means you have to clean the holder otherwise it leaves a little that drips into the next cup. But overall good flavor and they come packaged in packs of 10 I believe. I just opened two and put them in a zip lock (make sure to push the air out before sealing the zip lock. Works just fine.
Yes it does leave some fine grinds at the bottom but I don't think that a negative - just leave a sip at the end and you won't drink the grinds.
Good Coffee IMHO - ordered the breakfast blend for me.
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Quote from riverstyxxx View Post :
I'm surprised the keurig fad hasn't blown over yet..
I don't think it's a fad. It's very practical for two coffee drinkers (like my family) and the morning rush. No filters to put and coffee to pour. No wasted coffee either. I do think the machines are really over-priced and the price of one cup is far greater than traditional brewers but that's the price of convenience. Stil not a fad in my opinion
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#25
I got a case of the fog chaser flavor which are the same price and love them. Brought in some to work and the coworkers love them too. They taste a lot more like coffee than the standard K cups, but I've only had the fog chaser flavor. I just open one of the bags at a time and keep them in a Tupperware container.
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Quote from riverstyxxx View Post :
I'm surprised the keurig fad hasn't blown over yet..
Fad? Why would this be a fad...go back to the old dripper? Never again will I go back to drip.
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Quote from riverstyxxx View Post :
I'm surprised the keurig fad hasn't blown over yet..
Quote from HamZer11 View Post :
I don't think it's a fad. It's very practical for two coffee drinkers (like my family) and the morning rush. No filters to put and coffee to pour. No wasted coffee either. I do think the machines are really over-priced and the price of one cup is far greater than traditional brewers but that's the price of convenience. Stil not a fad in my opinion
They're definitely overpriced, but it's hard to beat the convenience. I'm the only one that has to make coffee at home to bring to work, so it works out great, and not having to mess with filters & grinds in the morning is great. After the machine's upfront cost (which I've already made up), it's way cheaper [and more convenient] than buying a cup of coffee from almost anywhere around here.
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#28
These are essentially fake K-cups. Make sure you know what you're buying...they are not sealed for freshness and (Personal Opinion Warning) I think they are terrible.
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Quote from riverstyxxx View Post :
I'm surprised the keurig fad hasn't blown over yet..
I'll be like the 5th person to say this but it's convenience in brewing/clean up factor is huge compared to the conventional drip machine...while it may not be the best tasting cup of coffee you've had, but it'll definitely be the easiest.
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#30
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Fad? Why would this be a fad...go back to the old dripper? Never again will I go back to drip.
Then find yourself a nice little french press, some decent whole-bean coffee at the farmers market, an $8 grinder at walmart, and pick up a $2 can of sweetened condensed milk.

There, I just cut your cost from $50+ ($130 for starbucks v-cup..) per pound down to ~$10, and it doesn't get any fresher or stronger than that. Dont everybody thank me at once, your silence or inflammatory rejections say more than words of gratitude ever could.

/eyeroll
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