Over the next few weeks, I will post several k-cup reviews, hoping it will help you find the perfect blend to brew on your Keurig. Today I’m doing a review of Green Mountain Coffee Breakfast Blend K-cup.
Last week people from Cross Country Cafe asked me to give my opinion on some of the k-cups from their offer and I gladly accepted. I decided to start with a breakfast blend: Green Mountain Coffee Breakfast Blend k-cup.
Many people find that breakfast blends are watery, too acidic or tasteless. Since I also prefer dark roasts, I assumed that this coffee will not leave a good impression on me, but I was actually pleasantly surprised.
After my Keurig filled the cup the first thing I could notice was its nice, medium to dark brown color. The fact that this coffee is partly made from Costa Rican coffee beans could be a reason for this coffee to have uncharacteristic texture and color.
The smell is very nice and soft with just a few floral notes.
The mouthfeel is soft and silky and it doesn’t have that sharp, acidic taste. The coffee is almost perfectly balanced. Instead of a crisp, sharp, citrus taste, it gives beautiful silky, woody and soft coffee drink with just a hint of floral aroma.
Even better, coffee keeps these characteristics in the aftertaste too.
This k-cup combines perfectly with milk, so it’s a good choice for those who like to add a splash of milk to their coffee.
If you like really strong, bitter, full-bodied coffee this one will probably not be a perfect choice for you. One of these k-cups would be a much better option. It would also be a bad choice when making iced coffees.
On the other hand, if you like coffees which are not too strong, but still are tasteful, you should certainly go for this one. It’s one of the better light roasted k-cups. Silky, mellow, this coffee even has some nice woody tones which is perfect.
Green Mountain Coffee Breakfast Blend K-cup Review
The drink: Green Mountain Coffee Breakfast Blend K-cup
Brand: Green Mountain Coffee
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