Green Mountain Coffee K-Cup for Keurig Brewers, Pumpkin Spice, 24 Count

The sweet, creamy flavors of cinnamon and nutmeg make Pumpkin Spice just right for fall’s crisper days and cooler nights. This warm, aromatic flavor is Six of several coffees created to reflect the best aspect of each season.

Product Features

  • Package of 24-count
  • Fair trade certified limited edition seasonal flavor
  • Made from 100% Arabica coffee with natural and artificial flavorings

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3 Responses to “Green Mountain Coffee K-Cup for Keurig Brewers, Pumpkin Spice, 24 Count”

  1. <path_to_url> dalipardon

    My favorite flavor so far… I received a Keurig machine for my birthday last month. I have tried so many types of k-cups I’ve lost count! But, the Green Mountain Pumpkin Spice is one I’m sticking with. I wish it was offered year round, because when I run out; I am really going to miss it! It may not be an extra bold flavor, but it is full of flavor when used on the 6 ounce setting. I’ve been using two teaspoons of non-flavored liquid creamer and one teaspoon of sugar to a 6 ounce cup, and it tastes really good! It’s the closest thing to a pumpkin spice latte I can make in the comfort of my own home. As a person who is relatively new to Keurig, I have learned that it is best to use exact measurements with cream and sugar, so you can figure out exactly how you like it and stick with it, so you can have a perfect cup of coffee every time. I should also mention that I do not normally like flavored coffees, but I love this one!

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  2. <path_to_url> noteasy2bgreen "noteasy2bgreen"

    Delicious, but cheaper elsewhere… These are my favorite K-cups by far. I stock up every fall so that they will last me the whole year. But, save your money and buy them at Bed Bath and Beyond. They’re $11.99 for 18 cups there, and you can use a 20 percent off coupon to make them even cheaper…

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  3. <path_to_url> Lisa Carmody

    Weak. Odd “spice”. One of the weakest KCup varieties I’ve tried. It was like drinking spiced water. No creaminess at all. The spice is also a little off – very clove-y. Brewed on the smallest setting it’s drinkable but definitely not what I was hoping for.

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