Starbucks Caffe Verona Coffee; T-Discs f
- pack of 2, 6.1 ounce package (total of 12 ounces)
- Dark roasted coffee
- 12 T discs per package
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Top Customer Reviews
The only drawback is that they only make a few of their blends in this format. If they put their Sumatra, Italian Roast, espresso, and a few others in this format there would be no need to buy any other brand.
At first I assumed there were fewer T-discs in the Starbuck packages (12 T-discs per pack) than the Gevalia (16 T-discs per pack) because Starbucks was just more expensive, but not so. The Starbuck T-discs are larger and hold more coffee so you get a much better cup of coffee, in my opinion. It really is as tasty as getting the coffee from a Starbucks cafe.
This website is not selling T-discs at double the price of the Tassimo website, as one reviewer mistakenly said. Here you get 2 packages, on the Tassimo site , you get one package.
I've had a Keurig (K-cups) for several years and Tassimo is much better. The coffee is a lot stronger, it tastes like REAL coffee, and there is a lot of variety as far as what you can make (coffee, cappuccino, espresso, latte). K-cups only makes regular coffee and teas. But Tassimo does not have the variety of brands nor the number of choices of different flavors of coffee and tea products as K-cups. I think this will improve; Tassimo is a newer product than Keurig. I am very pleased with the Tassimo.
Individual tastes vary of course, but for me, these T-discs, higher in price than others, leave a bitter acidic aftertaste that I do not get from the Gavalia T-discs. Not bad when the drink is very hot, but halfway through, it's not so delicious. Having said that, the brewed coffee sold inside an actual Starbucks is often about the same as these, so if you can enjoy that, you may like these, and enjoy the convenience and savings.
As with all the T-discs, you can improve your experience by starting with a warm cup/mug/glass and by never using the add more-water-to-overextract-the-grounds feature. If you feel you must add extra water to your cleverly designed coffee drink, do it with plain water through the yellow cleaner disc, not through the spent coffee disc.
I'll be buying more of this product for sure. Now, if Starbucks only made their Chai Tea Latte in a t-disk for me, we'd be a happy household!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Whats wrong with you people. Who the hell is gonna pay close to $100.00 for Cafe Verona Tdiscs. What imbeciles!Published on May 11, 2011 by Finite Guy
Help. I'm still confused. There are two Verona blends/packages. One seems to have 24 t discs for 19.98. The other says 6.1 Oz and 24 t discs for 36.95. Read morePublished on January 10, 2010 by T. Brown
I found this item cheaper at local stores, when I could find it. Shipping costs are too expensive for an item like this. I wish they were easier to find at stores. Read morePublished on January 9, 2010 by Amazon Customer
This tastes much more bitter than I recall of the store-brewed Verona. If you thought the store-brewed Verona was a bit bitter (as I did), this will give you a new standard for... Read morePublished on October 22, 2009 by Dining_Caper
You have to try it to know how good this one is. I'm not a huge fan of the Starbucks brand overall but I think this one is great and I always have it in stock.Published on June 7, 2009 by J. Moss
I ordered this for my Tassimo because I was looking for a cartridge that would make a full size cup of coffee for me in the morning. Read morePublished on May 27, 2009 by NWMCSHEEP
Taste is ultimately, of course, subjective. Nonetheless, I find this brew to be bitter in its initial tasting. Read morePublished on March 24, 2009 by Amazon Customer
I have tried Verona, Africa Kitamu and Columbian and will continue to purchase Verona...I like the full flavor. All Starbuck T-Disc produce a full strong MUG of coffee... Read morePublished on March 3, 2009 by R. Jones