K-cups are... eh, okay. So don't pay full price!

Brooklyn Beans Decaf Hazelnut K-cups (40 Count)

This variety of k-cup is $22.90 for 40 k-cups. If you do the math, that's $0.57 per k-cup.

Buy on Amazon for $22.90

Amazon is a bit wordier with how they named this product. They call it "Brooklyn Beans Coffee Pods Compatible with 2 KCup Brewers, Hazelnut Decaf, 40 Count (BB HAD40)".

Some additional details about this product:

  • decaffeinated but with the same rich and smooth taste found in all brooklyn bean coffees. enjoy freshly brewed brooklyn beans hazelnut flavored decaf coffee. extra fresh and filter brewed, using only the highest quality 100 percent arabica beans.
  • not for nutin’, rosie perez, marisa tomei, anne meara, and jerry stiller are brooklyn natives and they are all kind of nutty. brooklyn bean roastery’s hazelnut blend is slightly sweet and nutty, just like the before-mentioned hollywood stars. to top it off, this coffee makes you feel happy and relaxed just saying’. be a little nuts this morning and brew yourself some hazelnut blend, courtesy of your pals at brooklyn bean roasters.
  • carefully selected and expertly roasted beans provide a bold taste and great aroma. to start enjoying freshly brewed coffees from your brewer, buy brooklyn beans coffee today.
  • brooklyn bean coffee beans are roasted locally in small batches, to ensure high quality coffee and freshness you can taste. we chose small batch roasting over industrial roasting because it allows us to monitor and craft each batch to meet a higher standard of quality that is usually found in our single serve cups.
  • brooklyn bean roastery pods are compatible with most keurig k-cup makers, including 2.0 brewers. brooklyn beans roastery is not affiliated with keurig dr pepper inc. keurig, green mountain and k-cup are registered trademarks of keurig dr pepper inc.
  • Allergen information: gluten_free
  • Specialty: Kosher

Need to know more? You can read more about this product on Amazon.

Oh, and here's a bunch of pictures if you've never seen k-cup pods before: