Organic Colombian Coffee K Cups

Here is the dilemma. People like single serve coffee because of the convenience. And many folks prefer high quality organic coffee from places like Colombia. What to do? Can you find organic Colombian coffee k cups? First of all here are a couple of sources or organic Colombian coffee k cups that we found on the internet.

Caza Trail Coffee

On Amazon, of course, you can buy a box of 100 single serve cups of Caza Trail Colombian coffee.

  • Harvested in regions of Colombia where the coffee is renowned for its rich, mild flavor
  • Medium body and acidity complemented by a floral aroma for enticing depth
  • Convenient for busy mornings or when you need an on-the-go treat
  • Fair Trade certified and Kosher certified
  • Single serve cups compatible with all 1.0 & 2.0 Brewers

Nature’s Promise Organic Colombian

If you have access to instacart same day grocery delivery you can order 12 packs of organic Colombian coffee medium roast k-cup packs.

  • Our organic Colombian coffee has a medium roast profile that is flavorful and complex. Enjoy a hot cup in the morning for a perfect way to start the day.
  • USDA Organic and Fair Trade Certified

White Coffee

We mentioned White Coffee k cups recently. If you shop at Walmart or Walmart online you can get a ten count pack of White Coffee k-cup organic Colombian pods

This coffee is listed as USDA organic and the packaging and pods are said to be biodegradable.

K Cups and Freshness, or Lack of the Same

If you are going to go to the trouble of finding high quality Colombian Arabica coffee make sure that what you are buying is fresh. Single serve pods contain ground coffee.

Many coffee drinkers purchase regular ground coffee because it is cheaper and quicker to prepare than organic whole bean coffee. Our belief is that buying ground coffee is a mistake! There are ways to store coffee and preserve freshness if you use ground coffee but you still lose flavor, health benefits and aroma compared to storing whole beans, especially if you roast your own.

Single serve pods have a “use by” date on them but that date has more to do with spoilage than true freshness. Green coffee beans are good for up to two years if properly stored. Roasted coffee is good for up to 6 months if properly stored. Ground coffee starts to oxidize as soon as it is exposed to the air so the freshness of k cups is suspect form the very start. In the end you can certainly get organic Colombian coffee in k cups but you might as well be buying a lower quality coffee and saving money. If you really want fresh Colombian coffee or great coffee from Panama, check out our coffee price list and contact us via the “leave a reply” comment box at the bottom of the page. We would be please to send you coffee directly from the Colombia coffee growing district, the Eje Cafetero. Whole bean roasted coffee send by air from Manizales can be at your door in a week after roasting!

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