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96-Count Caribou Coffee Medium Roast Keurig K-Cups (Caribou Blend) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 96-Count Caribou Coffee Medium Roast Keurig K-Cups (Caribou Blend) on sale for $33.73 when you checkout via Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.
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At 31 cents a pod for a good brand with 5+ subscriptions this is a quality deal with the current times. Or 35 cents a pod with under 5 subscriptions.

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Solid deal. I paid $30 for 72 for this. This is not one of those lightweight kcups. The $ per cup metric is meaningless without looking at the weight.
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Solid deal. I paid $30 for 72 for this. This is not one of those lightweight kcups. The $ per cup metric is meaningless without looking at the weight.
Does this taste good with the 10 oz setting? I find that a lot of k cups taste watered down at 10 oz.
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My favorite blend from my favorite brand.
Too bad I just bought 40oz. of whole beans of it.
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The $ per cup metric is meaningless without looking at the weight.
Good point.
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Does this taste good with the 10 oz setting? I find that a lot of k cups taste watered down at 10 oz.
I do 10oz...but then I'm not super picky :-)

But I can NOT do 10oz for lightweight kcups like Green Mountains for sure.

These are 0.4oz per cup so they're not like at Starbucks level (those are like 0.42-0.44oz range).
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Does this taste good with the 10 oz setting? I find that a lot of k cups taste watered down at 10 oz.
When I've had the Caribou before in variety packs, it seemed less strong than the others in the mix. Surprising, since it's an actual coffee chain. Even McDonald's ones have more flavor I'd say. And you rarely see the old "Extra Bold" cups these days.
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I do 10oz...but then I'm not super picky :-)

But I can NOT do 10oz for lightweight kcups like Green Mountains for sure.

These are 0.4oz per cup so they're not like at Starbucks level (those are like 0.42-0.44oz range).
How did you find the coffee per pod weight? Is there a website that lists it?
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How did you find the coffee per pod weight? Is there a website that lists it?
it's printed on every retail kcup packaging (the paper box, not the pod itself), all manufacturers .
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With 15% S&S discount: $0.314 each

On sale at Costco currently: $0.35 each
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When I've had the Caribou before in variety packs, it seemed less strong than the others in the mix. Surprising, since it's an actual coffee chain. Even McDonald's ones have more flavor I'd say. And you rarely see the old "Extra Bold" cups these days.
Which one of the Caribou though? Their Vanilla/Hazelnut for instance is very lightweight (0.33oz).

Also "extra bold" or not only matters to a certain point. You can have a 0.33oz extra bold pod that you feel watered down at 10oz vs a 0.44oz light roast one that doesn't.
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What's the best bang for the buck Kcups around? I'm looking for something that will brew strong on the largest cup size (I think mine goes to 12 oz), and so far the Kirkland Pacific has probably been one of my faves in the price range.
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Solid deal. I paid $30 for 72 for this. This is not one of those lightweight kcups. The $ per cup metric is meaningless without looking at the weight.
Where can I find the metric by brand ? Are the McCafe pods good ?
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This is also on sale

The Original Donut Shop Regular, Single-Serve Keurig K-Cup Pods, Medium Roast Coffee Pods, 96 Count https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007TJGY6O/
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