Free Pod Adapter for Eco-friendly K-cup Brewing, Water Process Decaf Organic Soft Coffee Pods, 18 Pods and Free Adapter
- Chill Out! No Worry Decaf is one of our most popular products. And now you can enjoy this non-chemical water process decaf with your standard K-cup type coffee machine! PLEASE NOTE: This product will NOT work in a Keurig 2.0 model machine.
- Our FREE Pod Adapter makes this the most eco-friendly way to brew coffee in your k-cup type brewer. No mess, no fuss and no k-cups to add to your local landfill!
- Every decaf coffee drinker longs for a decaffeinated coffee that will let them enjoy the best tasting cup of coffee possible.
- Our Chill Out! No Worry Decaf Soft Coffee Pods are created from our hand selected, single estate Organic Arabica Decaf Coffee. We roast carefully to a medium-dark level, making sure our decaf coffee retains all of the rich taste and aroma that makes drinking a cup of coffee so pleasant.
- Now you can enjoy our Chill Out! No Worry Decaf with your k-cup brewer because we provide you with this handy, reusable adapter that you'll love to use.
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Size: Free K-cup Pod Adapter and 18 Decaf Coffee Pods
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Certified Organic Coffee, Hand Selected Estate Coffee from Aloha Island Coffee Co.
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Top Customer Reviews
Kona coffee is grown in the Kona district of the Big Island and regarded by some to be the best coffee in the world. I'm not a coffee aficionado by any means, but you can taste the difference with Kona coffee - it's full and rich and almost mocha-ish. I always reserve Kona for lazy weekend brunches or to serve with dessert after a lovely dinner.
Aloha Island operates the only quality management program in Kona, so their coffees are certified as 100% Kona. Which just means that you're guaranteed to get quality Kona coffee if you order from them.
Keep in mind that Aloha Island has three grades of Kona coffee that they sell - gold, platinum, and diamond (which is supposed to be their private reserve). Obviously, it gets more expensive as you go up the ladder. The gold is very good and a great place to start sampling their fare.
But I'm the type of coffee drinker who loves it black, so I need a coffee with a rich flavour on its own. I don't wanter bitterness, but I love coffee with kick to it.
I'd call it too mild but that's kind of oversimplifying it. It's worth a try to make up your own mind though.
This is strong coffee like the Italian espresso. Take care you don't boil the water, otherwise it will loses its flavor. The water should be between warm and hot. I use it black with a small lump of brown sugar. A real amateur will tell you that the use of any sugar is sacrilege. But what can I do? The flesh is weak.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was reordered due to the great feedback from my in laws. I decided to get this again for my father in laws upcoming birthday. Read morePublished 10 days ago by marie
Everything I hoped it would be! I enjoyed excellent Kona years ago on the Big Island, and thought I wanted to have some now. The Internet age is the best... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lala E
I was searching for an affordable swiss process decaf that tasted good and this one worked! And it is a family owned business, so even better!! Thanks for a great product!Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's not for me, but my husband. He raves about it being his favorite coffee and savors it. He hates when he runs outPublished 23 months ago by Janice L. Legg
Looking for coffee that's less pricey than Starbucks. It's so so for morning coffee; however, would not consider having it again.Published 23 months ago by LE
The packaging and presentation for this coffee were great; however, the flavor was a different story. No matter hoe strong I made it, it was just flavorless.Published on October 27, 2013 by Punky Munky
I'm not a fan of Senseo brand coffee pods so I've been using espresso pods from Green Mountain (not great but way better then senseo) for some reason they quit making them so I was... Read morePublished on March 6, 2011 by J. F. Petterio