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Green Mountain Coffee Hot Cocoa, 24-Count K-Cups for Keurig Brewers (Pack of 2)


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  • Gluten free
  • Contains milk, soy and tree nut products (coconut oil)
  • 5mg of caffeine per cup

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Product Description

A rich and creamy chocolatey delight. The product contains 0 percent lactose content, though it does contain milk, soy and tree nut products (coconut oil).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 8.5 x 13 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • ASIN: B003VQXYMQ
  • UPC: 995550400052
  • Item model number: 74-25068
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,715 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

This Hot Cocoa has a great flavor.
Flossie
Even whipped cream and marshmellows could not help.
Amazon Customer
The largest setting makes it much too watery.
K. R.

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87 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Michael Gallagher HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 22, 2010
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Overall, this is a good and fast hot chocolate product offering. While I don't drink that much hot chocolate, my family does and they like the quick and easy way they can make a cup vs. warming up water in the microwave, stirring, etc. I think it tastes a little better than the Butternut and Nestle brands - throw in a few marshmellows and you are set!

The cost per cup seems pricey to me (hey, I'm an accountant), but I've done the math and it is comparable to other brands and traditional ways of making hot chocolate. As an Amazon Prime member, I don't pay extra for shipping (well, technically I do with the annual fee) which helps mitigate the cost per cup.

Here are the things to look out for when brewing hot chocolate with your Keurig:

1. Make sure you shake the cocoa container real well prior to putting the pod in the Keurig: the powder / mix tends to clump, and you don't want that to be the case when you brew a cup or else it will taste a little watery.

2. The hot chocolate tends to be thicker and can clog up the filtration / water lines (or whatever they call it). After you make a cup of hot chocolate, immediately run a medium cycle of just hot water. You'll see what I mean with the cloudiness of the water coming out at this cycle as it cleans out the water line. Make sure you put a cup under it when you do it or you'll have a mess!

3. If you want a "richer" hot chocolate experience, use the small or medium setting. It all depends upon your viewpoint: my son and I like the small setting, and my wife and daughter like the medium setting. Don't forget the marshmellows!

Enjoy!
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Nicholls TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 4, 2010
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If you only read one thing about Green Mountain's hot cocoa, make it this: Don't ever use these K-Cups on a larger setting.

When used on the standard setting, almost all of the powder in the Green Mountain cups gets used (unlike Timothy's White Chocolate cups), and produces an acceptable cup of hot cocoa.

Admittedly, it's not much better than a Swiss Miss packet that you'd mix in hot water, but the convenience of slamming a cup in your Keurig and having a cup of cocoa in less time than it takes to microwave some water is pretty nice. And if that's your goal, this is a pretty good buy.

However, if you're expecting massive chocolate flavor or a "gourmet" experience, these K-Cups are guaranteed to disappoint. Using two on the small setting might get you by, but that brings your cost per cup around a buck, which is pretty steep for what you're getting.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Compudave on September 23, 2010
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I enjoy the flavor of the Green Mountain Hot Chocolate. I found that after brewing, the nozzle (that sharp plunger that comes down from the top) was clogged with a small amount of chocolate paste. Nothing major, but I needed to clean it off immediately, before it dried. I used my cleaning tool, a thin tiny dental brush < DenTek Easy Brush Cleaners 10 ea >, and removed a bit of chocolate from the nozzle. Never a problem after that, as long as I clean it each time.
When I use coffee only, I only need to clean the nozzle once every 2 or 3 weeks. I think it's the different consistency of chocolate powder vs. ground coffee.
I own a Kuerig B40 at the office and a B77 at home, same problem.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Terry VINE VOICE on November 11, 2010
For those who say the cocoa is weak, you might remember to give the K-cup a good shake to loosen up the powder before putting it it the machine. And take a look at it after it brews - sometimes not all the powder dissolves, so tear the top seal off and mix what's left in the K-cup into the cocoa. I've not had a weak cup yet. I find that the 6 ounce cup size works best if your machine has it but the 8 ounce works, too.

There's nothing magical about this like with a coffee K-cup, it's just hot chocolate powder in the cup, no filter. You could forget the machine and just open the cup and mix it into hot water (or milk!) but that takes away the fun. It really tastes pretty good; I take a star off for coconut oil and all those weird additives in it. Inscrutably, it has 3 grams of fiber per cup, from inulin. Maybe to give it some body? Don't know, but it tastes fine.

Also, it never hurts to run a cupful of plain water (no K-cup) through the machine to clean the needle out after using one of these. That will help with the clogging.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SurferGurl96770 on November 9, 2010
I enjoy a variety of Green Mountain coffees, so when I saw this on display at a local department store I picked it up. I absolutely love hot chocolate. I couldn't wait to take this one home and try it out. After the first couple of cups I was disappointed in both the flavor and body. After going through a couple of adjustments like less water, it still left me wanting more. Maybe I was expecting too much. Not only does it lose points for lack of flavor, I just don't like my chocolate this watered down.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Doc Martin on January 11, 2011
This is some of the worst stuff I've ever tried to drink. It's even worse than that awful stuff that comes out of those machines where the cup drops down and fills it. I tried it on the various cup size settings with my Keurig machine and it just goes from bad to horrible when going from the larger size to the smallest.

It's a complete waste of money.

I just tried another brand that's similar and it's no good either. If you like chocolate water, buy these. If you have it in mind that you are buying "Hot Chocolate" with a milky or creamy flavor... that's not what this stuff is.

Yuck!
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