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The Best Coffee Around

Updated on January 23, 2016
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Rosie was an elementary school teacher for 13 years, teaching grades 3-5. She is now a Library Media Specialist in an elementary school.


Green Mountain Coffee

Every morning, I slumber out of bed, vigorously brush my teeth, and as programmed, I get my much-anticipated mug of coffee. Not just any coffee, but an incredibly fabulous kind of coffee. My mug must be filled with this wonderfully earthy, rich, aromatically superior coffee that I have indulged in for many years now. With a few clicks on my computer, it is automatically delivered to my door when my supply is low. It has to be taken with me when I leave home, because other coffees will not provide the same experience as my one and only coffee love. If you've had it, and you are a true coffee lover, than you know there can be no other than Green Mountain Coffee. It is the best coffee.


Increased Popularity of Green Mountain Coffee

In the past couple of years, I have seen my favorite coffee become available in many places. You can now purchase it at Sam's Club, Walmart, and many grocery store chains. I've even seen it at Kohl's department store. However, it absolutely pays to purchase it from Amazon or directly from Green Mountain distributors, as the prices are much lower. By ordering through Green Mountain, you will become a Cafe Express member, which offers you savings on coffee purchases and shipping. See the video below for full details.

Green Mountain coffee divides their choices into the following categories: regular, flavored, decaf, extra-bold, seasonal, Fair-Trade and Organic. They also offer samplers, iced coffees, tea, and hot chocolate.

My favorite Green Mountain coffee is the Fairtrade Organic Sumatran Reserve extra bold. As described on their website, " deep and deliciously dark, offering a sweet palate of brown sugar and spice notes. Look for lots of body in this big, bold K-Cup coffee." I have worked my way to the extra bold coffee over the years, but I do return to the old favorites periodically for a change of taste. I recommend The Breakfast Blend or The French Roast for those who would prefer a milder blend.

While flavored coffee is not my preference, I do keep some available for guests. Green Mountain offers a nice variety of flavored coffees. Their sampler package gives you three flavors: caramel vanilla cream, french vanilla, hazelnut, and wild mountain blueberry.

The Keuring K-cup Coffee Machine

I highly recommend the k-cup Keurig coffee machine. We have had ours for at least 10 years and it still looks great and works beautifully. When it dies, if it ever does, I will want to get one of the newer models that gives options for cup size. Easy to use, fill it with water, give it a few minutes to heat up, open the k-cup tray and pop your k-cup in, shut tray and press button. In a matter of seconds, your mug will be filled with an incredible brew of satisfying coffee.

Green Mountain Coffee Cafe Express

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    • Rosie writes profile image

      Rosie writes 6 years ago from Virginia

      Thanks flagostomos! I stand by my coffee; think you will love it.

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      Jill Spencer 6 years ago from United States

      I love coffee too--strong and black. Will have to try your favorite brand.

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      flagostomos 6 years ago from Washington, United States

      I'm gonna give this brand a try. Most of the coffee I buy is so weak and tasteless that I've develop a hatred for home-brewed coffee. Voted up and useful!

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      Rosie writes 6 years ago from Virginia

      I'm so glad you liked it. Thanks for your comment.

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      Sarah Carlsley 6 years ago from Minnesota

      Yum, you definitely awoke my senses with this one. I can seriously smell the coffee roasting. Nicely done!