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The K-Cup Magic
Diedrich Coffee Inc. Perks for the Planet
About Diedrich Coffee
Diedrich Coffee, Inc. specializes in sourcing, roasting and selling the world's highest quality coffees. Homegrown in Southern California, the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest the stories of our brands are rich in a passion for the craft of coffee that has stood the test of time. With a commitment to coffee that dates back to the early 1900s, the Diedrich name long been associated with freshness and quality.
A coupling of tradition and meticulous care mark the standard for selecting and roasting each and every individual variety of premium Diedrich, Coffee People and Gloria Jeans coffees.
EXPLORE THE WORLD OF Diedrich Coffee Explore and exotic world of premium origin coffees. Three generations of coffee growers and roasters bring you the very best from legendary coffee growing regions like Indonesia, Africa and South America.
GO BOLD WITH Coffee People: Born in the great Northwest, Coffee People is not your average joe. Experience these quirky brews of bold, flavorful coffee and celebrate Coffee Peoples one of a kind personality.
FLAVOR THE DAY WITH Gloria Jeans Coffees For over 30 years, Gloria Jeans has passionately pioneered the development of high quality gourmet flavored coffees. Resulting in an extraordinary selection of irresistible flavors offered in the convenience of single serve.
Our Mission is to provide continued emphasis and awareness on sustainable business practices while supporting various environmental and social causes benefiting our local and supplier communities. From the beginning we have had a passion for giving back and helping others. That legacy remains an integral part of who we are today, as we strive to be a positive force in the communities in which we live and work.
We encourage our employees to volunteer, as we continue to invest in our communities. We conduct our business as a good corporate citizen in a way that helps protect the environment and demonstrates good stewardship of our natural resources.
Diedrich Coffee, Inc. is a proud supporter United Way and Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Diedrich Coffee and Amazon.com have teamed up to offer this item in Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging, a recyclable, easy-to-open alternative to traditional packaging.
Flavor: Regular - Medium Roast Extra Bold | Size: 50-Count
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I originally loved this blend of K cup. Once you get trying others I changed my mind on different flavors. I would still recommend to others. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Debra I. Sorber
Just received my second order of this coffee. Didn't know what it would be like but I ordered the first time to try it out. So good that I bought it again!!Published 16 hours ago by Barbara Wright
Overall, I have no complaints. It was a decent cup of coffee, good aroma and a decent pick-me-up. I love the Keurig... Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Schean
I tried several "flavors" of K-Cups, and this is my favorite. It's not too strong, but it's not weak coffee by any standards. Read morePublished 1 day ago by JR
The best coffee I have tasted for the Keurig machine. I do not like "flavored" coffees, as I think coffee is already a flavor that I like. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Lawrence C. Koenig
We've been getting the Donut Shop K-cups on auto delivery for over a year! It's the best value out there!Published 2 days ago by R. Riquier
Not bad...but nothing special. I wouldn't go out of my way to purchase "Donut Shop" coffee again. I'm yet to have coffee brewed in a Keurig that was anything special.Published 3 days ago by One-Eye
Setting this up monthly makes it super easy, and at least in my area of the country saves a TON of money!Published 3 days ago by Michael Potter
It has a darker label and is not the same coffee as the medium roast coffee extra bold. Watch for the specifics, because they are not the same. Read morePublished 3 days ago by K. Zimmerman