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I grew up on this coffee and it still tastes the same as it did when I had my first cup many years ago. It brews perfectly in my Keurig mini when I use it using with the grey cone-shaped reusable dispenser designed to fit in my Keurig. K-cups can be expensive, especially since I drink more than one cup a day. Chock full o' Nuts has a rich bold flavor and is my #1 choice of when it comes to coffee. Some would consider this coffee a little pricey, but you get what you pay for. I think you'll be very satisfied with this time honored original blend of Chock full o' Nuts
Can't go wrong with this. Remember its jingle: "Better coffee a millionaire's money can't buy!" Always priced right and in this economy that's not always easy. Frankly I prefer it over Starbucks where one can easily spend the same amount on ONE cup of coffee!
It is one of my favorite coffee brands. Back in the day, this would come in between this and Dunkin Donuts. I would always run back to Chock Full O Nuts. In my local area, it is hard to find Chock Full O Nuts. Again, Amazon came to the rescue! Overall, the taste of CFON is classic and perfect for my coffee routine.
I'm up in the Seattle area. So, this may be sacrilege, but there is no coffee place around that produces a better cup than Chock Full O Nuts in my coffee press. It is *coffee*-flavored coffee, full and rich.
Never had this before and wanted to try it. Grounds were fresh and it's a decent cup of coffee. I'm still a bit confused about their different products though. I believe this one ("original") is considered mild. P.S. despite the name, I didn't notice anything "nutty" about the taste