Brown Gold Coffee

Brown Gold 100% Colombian Single Serve Coffee 24 Pack

$16.99
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  • Brown Gold 100% Colombian Single Serve Coffee 24 Pack

Brown Gold Coffee

Brown Gold 100% Colombian Single Serve Coffee 24 Pack

$16.99
7
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A full bodied roast with hints of caramel and vanilla that exerts a bold finish.

  • Medium roast coffee.
  • 24 single serve capsules per box.

Keurig and K-Cup are registered trademarks of Keurig Green Mountain Inc.

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100% Colombian coffee.

Compatible for use with Keurig K-Cup Brewers (including Keurig 2.0).

RECYCLABLE CAPSULE:
Finished brewing? Don't pitch that plastic! Capsule is still hot after brewing. Allow to cool before peeling. Locate tab on the lip of the pod. Peel off used filter and discard. Outer cups can be collected with your other recyclables.
Note: Recycling facilities may not be available in your area. Check with your municipal recycling facility to ensure they can accept recyclable capsules.

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04/08/2015
Sheila

So yummy!

One of the best Colombian coffee that I ever had. So delicious not too bold or too weak just right. Love the taste and there is no after taste which is a bonus. Love it!

LC
05/27/2014
Leah carrie

Unexpected

I'm usually a fan of darker roasts, my mother drinks medium to mild roasts. When she tried Brown Gold Colombian she fell in love with it and bugged me to try it. To my surprise it was delicious! It was full bodied and very rich without being overwhelming. As an everyday coffee I would definitely choose Brown Gold Colombian.

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05/20/2014
Nick

favourite coffee with favourite memories

When I go in to purchase I always get a number of different teas and coffee's in addition to Green Mountain's Vermont Country Blend. On my last purchase I happened to pick up some of the Brown Gold Peruvian, Costa Rican and Colombian. I now have a new favourite - Brown Gold Columbian. I do not like a strong coffee nor a weak flavour and I find this is the perfect balance. The aroma is where the experience starts with me. It is that coffee fragrance I remember as a kid snoozing in bed. As soon as the fragrance hit my nose I knew Mom had breakfast ready. The next sense was the pleasantly surprising taste. The flavour is full bodied but not too obtrusive, no bitter after taste either. It was coffee that again brought back memories of getting up early in the morning at the cottage to go fishing with my grandfather. He was always up first around 5:00am. He would put a pot of coffee on and the aroma would wake me up. We would make ourselves a cup each and go out on the deck so as not to wake the others and watch the sun come up. The fresh morning summer air and the fragrance of coffee permeating the air was wonderful. Once we finished planning on where would fish that morning we would go in and make ourselves another cup and head out on the boat. Brown Gold Columbian - my new favourite coffee with my old favourite memories.

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05/06/2014
Kevin

Great Coffee for the Value

Purchased on a promotion and very happy with the quality for the value. I will buy it again.

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10/30/2013
Louise

from dislike to love

When I first tried the Brown Gold variety pack, I expected to love the Ethiopian...however, my fave (then) was Peruvian: Costa Rica was too mild, Ethiopian, Brazilian were way too strong, & Colombian was also too strong. HOWEVER: I used them all & discovered I loved the Colombian best (have it every morning & buy it in 48-pack size), so much so that I am changing from a flavoured-coffee addict, to a flavoured & mostly-Colombian addict. I give k-cups to almost everyone I know for them to try new stuff (which I enjoy trying); my osteopath & I were discussing the Marley Blue Mountain coffee: I had some (thanks to the VIP event) & gave him 3, along with one Colombian: he said he tried the Colombian to 'get rid of it first', but loved it to the point he was disappointed with the Blue Mountain!!!! He has since bought a 48-pk of Colombian! I have also learned to adapt the amount of cream to put in Brown Gold to drink all varieties, but my very fave (of all coffees) is the Colombian Gold!!! There's tune in my head re Colombian coffee, too bad you can't hear it...maybe next time I'm in the store....