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San Francisco Bay OneCup, Organic Rainforest Blend, 36 Single Serve Coffees
- Blend of Rainforest-grown coffee that produces a smooth, yet full-bodied taste with lively acidic notes
- Compatible with Keurig K-Cup brewers and other single serve brewers, not compatible with Keurig Vue or Rivo
- The better choice for your single serve coffee
- Grown responsibly and Fairly Traded, and inspected repeatedly before, during and after roasting
- Now you can use any 1.0 cup in your 2.0 brewer
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Flavor: Rainforest Blend | Size: 36-Count
From the Manufacturer
A Truly Superior Coffee
Great coffee has to start with great coffee beans. Now, everyone says this, but it is really true with us. We source only the very best quality Arabica coffee beans, grown high in the mountains and hand-picked for perfect ripeness. We are very, very picky (pardon the pun) – we have the most demanding standards in the business. When we have found the best beans, we then we roast them to perfection – to their fullest flavor point – using our proprietary and top-secret roasting system. Then, we grind them for optimum flavor, just before packaging into our revolutionary OneCup single serve pods. And finally, our stringent Quality Assurance procedures ensure that the coffee you receive is as consistent as it is excellent. One of our criteria for the OneCup was simple - that it had to taste better than the other single-serve pods out there. Our OneCup filter is designed specially to ensure you will experience the maximum flavor extraction from each cup you brew.
Our certified organic, Rainforest Blend is an artful mix of coffees from Colombia, Mexico, Guatemala, and Indonesia that produces a smooth, yet full-bodied taste with lively acidic notes.
What About The Coffee Farmers?
To many coffee roasters, green bean procurement means a phone call to a broker in New York. But by going straight to source, we are able find better coffee – while at the same time, changing lives for the better. You see, coffee farming is like betting your life savings on something, without knowing the odds, the outcome, or the payback. If there is a glut, prices will crash, and you could be out of business. There could be a storm at the wrong moment, which knocks all of the flowers off of the trees or buries the farm in mud. Or a fungus could wipe out your trees – and your livelihood – for years to come. Our farmers are like family to us, and we want them to do well. We guarantee our farmers a profit – and a comfortable life. We also help them with improved farming methods, environmentally responsible practices, crop yield increases, and producing better coffee. But suppose we had a great idea for a farmer to try – and it didn’t work out, and hurt his crop? Not good. So, we try our ideas out on our own farms. We have over 3,000 acres from where we try to develop better tasting coffee. We also try other ideas which can lead to increased yields, more natural production methods, and more consistent, higher quality milling and processing methods.
Grown For Good
Your purchase is touching the lives of, literally, hundreds of thousands of people in the farming communities around the world. Our Grown For Good Programs have built thousands of housing units, and dozens of schools, kitchens, medical / dental facilities, water treatment plants, etc. We have educational programs, hot meal programs, sports and recreational programs, adult education programs, nutrition programs, environmental responsibility programs. And because of all these improvements in education, housing, health, and sanitary conditions, every person, at every farm we work with, enjoys an improved quality of life.
Who Is The Company Behind It All?
Founded more than 34 years ago, the Rogers Family Company is comprised of Jon and Barbara Rogers, their three sons, their daughter, and two daughters-in-law, along with over 250 employees. Many of our employees have been with us for 10, 20, even 30 years and more, and some even have sons and daughters here now! Our approach to farming, milling, roasting, packaging and selling coffee is different than any other company. Our goals are simple: Produce the best coffee possible. Offer it at a reasonable price. Improve the lives of all of those around us. And be respective of our environment. To us, our employees, our farmers, and our customers are all family. And we treat them as such. For more information, please see our official site – and thank you for considering us.
OneCup works in most Keurig 'K-cup' compatible coffee brewers, except the Vue and the upcoming Version 2.
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Top Customer Reviews
Nope. This is high voltage +p pharmaceutics grade coffee. The weird part is how great it tastes.
I'm not a coffee nerd; just a guy who likes a rich cup of black coffee with a few extra amps in it. Amps it has. After a cup of ORB, I got into a conversation with my wife where I actually did most of the talking! But even if it didn't peg out the caffeine meter, I'd say it still has about the best flavor of any coffee I've ever tried. I think the roast is medium to dark. In the cup it has a LOT of oil. It actually gets that ring of light brown foam around the edge like good espresso. It's really sweet (for coffee), and I can't imagine putting any sweetener in it. Hearty, and yet refined; not exactly Old West, or Cafe de Paris, but I can imagine a cowboy and a mime fighting over the last cup. ... then again, maybe that's just the caffeine talking.
NB: There is a lot of cool stuff on the box about the great stuff the company does; you know, if you have time for that sort of thing.
Since the time I wrote this review, the company has corrected the problem and I continue to purchase a variety of their products for both my home and office machines.Read more ›
This particular blend is perfect as it's not weak, but its strong enough for me as I enjoy a bold flavor coffee without that burnt/French roast flavor. To give you an idea of their coffee flavor "strength", this Breakfast Blend is stronger than any of the Green Mountain offerings (except the French Roast) but slightly less bold than a Newman's Own "Medium Roast Coffee Extra Bold". Hopefully that will give you an idea of where this coffee stands on a strength scale.
As others have mentioned, the big difference is in the k-cups. They're not your standard completely-enveloped-in-plastic design, there is a top and the bottom is an open filter. Still, not a problem as each box includes a small container to keep your k-cups fresh. There are about 10 sealed bags per box, each bag contains 8 k-cups. Once I open a bag, I throw the other 7 unused k-cups in my plastic "stay fresh" container.
Work well and there's an AMAZINGLY enjoyable coffee aroma that fills my office whenever I open the stay fresh container. Tasty and perfect for coffee time. I like it and I think these less wasteful containers are a better deal than anything at Costco or other big warehouse stores.
I like it so much that my coworkers and regularly order (via the Amazon sub service) these k-cups every 2 months. Good stuff and even if you're not sure, it's a small cost to try something new. BTW, of all the coffee we've ordered from San Fran Bay, none of our orders have ever contains bugs or stale coffee.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found the coffee to still be bitter for a breakfast blend. Maybe because it comes straight from the filter? Read morePublished 59 minutes ago by Mark
I bought this coffee after reading so many horror stories about landfills being filled with K-Kups. While I am not a connoisseur, I enjoy this coffee. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Mel
The San Francisco Bay OneCup coffees are great coffee at a great price. They are also the only responsible way to use my Keurig. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by John D Gilchrist
The other reviews are right on the money. Not a bad coffee at all for the price. Will definitely recommend.Published 8 hours ago by Philip
Such an excellent tasting coffee for the price. The selling point for me was that not only is it organic but recyclable. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Leren