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Brooklyn Beans Decaf Variety Pack K-cups (40 Count)

This variety of k-cup is $22.12 for 40 k-cups. If you do the math, that's $0.55 per k-cup.

Buy on Amazon for $22.12

Amazon is a bit wordier with how they named this product. They call it "Brooklyn Beans Coffee for Keurig Coffee Pods, Assorted Decaf Variety Pack, Compatible with 2.0 Keurig Coffee Pods K Cup Brewers, 40 Count".

Some additional details about this product:

  • GOURMET CRAFT COFFEE - Making craft coffee is a display of craftsmanship — the application of professional skill and exacting precision to produce specific flavor profiles for a truly exceptional cup of coffee. When your coffee comes from Brooklyn Bean, you know it’s crafted with love and care.
  • BROOKLYN STYLE - Decisions, decisions. This morning are you in the mood for some pizzazz or chill? Do you crave some bold slap-you-in-the-face flavor, or mild taste? Brooklyn bean roastery says who cares have them all.
  • SMALL BATCH ROASTED - All Brooklyn Bean gourmet coffees are small batch roasted. Small batch roasting gives us more control in the roasting process to make adjustments in balancing heat and air flow during roasting bringing each bean to its full potential. When done just right, we end up with a rich, full bodied flavor & aroma for the signature Brooklyn Bean Roastery coffee blends.
  • QUALITY ASSURED - How do we know every batch of Brooklyn Bean Coffee is roasted to perfection? Well, because our master roaster inspects every one of ‘em. Yes, it’s every coffee lover’s dream job! All Brooklyn coffees are made with sustainably sourced 100% Percent Arabica beans, Kosher, Non GMO, Gluten Free, Recyclable Pods.
  • EASY BREWING - Brooklyn Bean coffee pods are compatible with 2.0 Keurig Coffee pods & K Cup Brewers. Brooklyn Bean Roastery is not affiliated with Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. Keurig and K Cup are registered trademarks of Keurig Dr Pepper Inc.

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

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