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  • ASIN: B0047PHRIM
  • Average Customer Review: 1.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By D on November 10, 2010
If I could give this stuff zero stars, I would. To agree completely with the other reviewers, this stuff is fake. I also bought at a big box store just to give it a try and realized as the machine was making it that it had one quick spurt of what looked like mud, and then just clear water running through. I ripped open the cup once it was done and realized that there was no filter like normal k-cups and figured it was instant coffee. The small print "soluable coffee" on the box confirmed my suspicions. The whole point of the Keurig is that you can get FRESH BREWED coffee one cup at a time. If I wanted instant coffee I could buy a canister of it for a lot cheaper. I think the thing that ticks me off the most is that they try to hide the fact that it's instant by printing it as soluable coffee (which I wasn't sure was the same as instant until I looked it up). Considering that you can get the same deals on Amazon or BB&B w/ a coupon for REAL Keurig k-cups in awesome flavors, this was a waste of money.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By FarmGal07 on January 23, 2011
An avid Keurig user for many years now, I've tried various brands/flavors of Coffee's for my Keurig maker. Found several I really like.
Decided to purchase and try a new one I recently found and I thank God, I only bought 1 box!
All this coffee entails is INSTANT COFFEE in a K-cup, and it smells and tastes awful! I can tell you, a Keurig coffee maker is not needed to make this "coffee". Open K-cup and pour in cup of hot water because its instant!
I hope Keurig bans this company from using their name and I plan to write Keurig about this!
I also plan to make little cards notifying people about this being instant and place them near any places in store who sell this coffee! Anyone is welcomed to do the same! Help stop fake!
Thank you for reading. :)
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Djphydoux on December 27, 2010
Thank you so much for reaffirming my fear in the utter abysmal failure of the human race. Today I purchased a box of Grove Square Coffee for my Keurig brewing machine. The whole point of purchasing a Keurig is to enjoy the FRESH brew of REAL COFFEE. If I wanted to have my mouth forcibly raped by a mouthful of instant coffee I would purchase folgers crystals and wallow in my own filth for a month. I have to say with all the sincerity i can muster that this attempt at producing something called coffee is an abysmal failure. This product has singlehandedly violated every part of the "Coffee Lover's Bill of Rights." I cant call it coffee, so i shall call it mouth rape. Whoever came up with this idea of putting freeze dried coffee in a k cup should be fired, rehired, and fired again just for good measure. I would ask for a refund, but as their ability to make coffee results in a pain i have not endured since I tried to eat glass flavored razorblades, I fear any attenpt to refund my money on their part would result in another catastrophic failure. Please just stop.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cougar9000 on May 15, 2011
They market this stuff as soluble but they should really say this stuff is crappy instant coffee. Poor taste and an even worse after taste. Do not buy if you like actual coffee.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John S. Socha on May 8, 2011
A complete rip-off! They just took some freeze-dried coffee and put it in a container the Keurig accepts. It's just a cup of low quality instant coffee!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CCG on April 30, 2011
Shame on Amazon for carrying this product that is so obviously a fake. This product's label is deliberately misleading and using the Keurig name to help market it. It's instant coffee and it should say so CLEARLY on the package and on the description here at Amazon. I see that Amazon added "instant" at the top of the description of the other varieties of this coffee, due to all the complaints. On this particular page it is a little less visible and not right at the top. Yes, we should read everything when we make a purchase, but those of us who have purchased K-Cups from Amazon are used to getting what we pay for and a certain level of trust has been built up. Fix your descriptions, Amazon, and look out Grove Square cause I bet Keurig will be after you soon!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By misbg on April 22, 2011
I tried this coffee because it was a cheaper alternative for my Keurig. It is just instant coffee. When you brew it, there is nothing left in the container.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DC on April 13, 2011
I saw the package at Walmart one day and thought "WOW - I can save $2 on k-cups!!" I will never make that mistake again. This is merely instant coffee in a plastic container. And the taste is horrid. If it says somewhere on the box that it is instant, I missed it and maybe it's my fault for missing it. But I'm not sure it states that on the box. Trust me when I say this - pay the extra and get the good stuff. We all knew when we bought a Keurig that the coffee would be more expensive...so take the hit in the wallet and be drink GOOD coffee. :)
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