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Top 10 Keurig K-Cup Coffee Flavors: One-Cup Servings at a Time

Updated on August 30, 2017
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My Reviews of my Favorite Kuerig Style K-Cups Flavored and Regular Coffees

While enjoying a week babysitting my grandchildren, I was introduced to the ease and convenience of the Keurig Coffee Brewer. My daughter and her husband have quite a selection of coffee flavors available at all times, so it was fun to try the coffee maker and see what I liked best. Oh, I also like the coffee maker so much I'm getting one. I just haven't figured out if it will be this model or the B60.

I decided to take the time to share my top ten coffee flavors. These are my review results and I hope I've managed to capture a few of your favorites, too. If I haven't captured your favorites, please let us know in the comments.

You may notice 2 trends in my coffee selections. Can you spot them? Read carefully as I'll ask in a poll before the comments section. :)

Poll: Do you drink Coffee?

Do you drink Coffee?

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Don't know what a Keruig Coffee Brewer is? - Learn about it here from a 2012 commercial

This is the Keurig Coffee Maker I used to test these flavors - Fast and Easy to use with 2 brewing options

Keurig K40 Elite Brewing System
Keurig K40 Elite Brewing System

* Easy to Use for individual 1 cup servings in any flavor

* K-cups available for Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate or even Hot Apple Cider

* 2 settings for brew strength

* Large for to go cups or for black coffee in a mug

* Small for room for creamer or teacups for black coffee

* Reservoir for 46 oz. of water

OK, so I'm addicted to Creamers, too.
OK, so I'm addicted to Creamers, too.

My addiction to... almost-coffee

Believe it, or not, my obsession with coffee didn't start until my late 30's. I always loved the aroma of brewing coffee, but the taste never lived up to the luscious smell.

I have indulged in convenience store cappuccino since that really tasted like a slightly vanilla-flavored hot chocolate. I loved that taste and was soon running to the local 7-Eleven for my daily morning super large cup of almost- coffee. That super huge-sized beverage would last all day since I would pour it into a mug sitting atop a warming cup plate, and for only $1.50. I figured that was better deal than the much smaller grande Starbuck's for twice the price.

Oh...I only go to Starbucks for socialization when meeting my sister from Buffalo for a quick in-town visit. Then I'll pay the now $5 or over price for the flavor and style of coffee beverage I like. But only then. I'd much rather make my own coffee at home for a great price, but with all the flavor options I love...

like Vanilla Cappuccino!

Love the convenience store French Vanilla Cappuccino? YUM! Try this...

Brew Cappuccino, then..

Keurig 01801 Gloria Jean's Cappuccino, 18 K-Cups
Keurig 01801 Gloria Jean's Cappuccino, 18 K-Cups

.. then add French Vanilla coffee creamer - Oh, vanilla. How I love thee.

Also great with Hazelnut, Full flavored and decaf coffees.

Oh, and once you get over the taste differences you may find brewed coffee with flavored creamer tastes much, much, better that the stuff that comes out of the machines at your convenience store. Way better.


My addiction to the real thing. Coffee, glorious coffee!

While attending a birthday party, someone added a flavored liquid creamer to the coffee stand area. Silly me added sugar and this new product to a cup of coffee since I needed a pickup, and I was feeling the need for a jolt that hot tea just wouldn't provide. Well, of course I needn't have added the sugar since I had no idea the creamer already was sweetened. I started again with just the creamer, and WOW...

I loved coffee! At least the flavored variety. I couldn't believe it after all this time.

Since then I have graduated to a much less sweet coffee, and have discovered coffee flavored with a little flavored creamer is one of life's less-guilty pleasures.

Want a pastry, but can't afford the calories? Drink a cinnamon bun.

Need a hit of some candy? Drink a buttered toffee instead.

The list goes on, and on, but I think you get my drift. :)

Hazelnut Coffee

Green Mountain Coffee Hazelnut Keurig Single-Serve K-Cup Pods, Light Roast Coffee, 24 Count
Green Mountain Coffee Hazelnut Keurig Single-Serve K-Cup Pods, Light Roast Coffee, 24 Count

One of my top favorite flavors, second only to French Vanilla, Hazelnut hits the spot...

quite often.

If I'm feeling especially decadent, I'll add the French Vanilla creamer for a double whammy.


Vanilla Biscotti Coffee


Folgers Gourmet Selections Vanilla Biscotti Coffee

This is great coffee to have in place of the Biscotti, or for a special treat, with it. My fav bakery treat? Chocolate or Almond Biscotti. :D

Second to Vanilla, I do like my pastries...

in a cup.

For a great flavor Coffee Shop combination, try adding Hazelnut creamer.

French Vanilla Supreme

Vanilla and coffee is one of my favorite taste combinations.
Vanilla and coffee is one of my favorite taste combinations.
Gloria Jean's Coffee, French Vanilla Supreme, K-Cup Portion Pack for Keurig K-Cup Brewers (Pack of 50)
Gloria Jean's Coffee, French Vanilla Supreme, K-Cup Portion Pack for Keurig K-Cup Brewers (Pack of 50)

If you are a fellow vanilla addict, add French Vanilla Creamer for a great hit.


Not here? Choose "Other" and leave a comment.

These are all my k-cup top flavor choices featured on this page.

Would you rather see them all first? Then skip ahead and come on back to take this poll after you've reviewed my favorite coffee flavors.

What's your favorite coffee flavor?

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Swiss Chocolate Almond

Gloria Jean's Coffees, Swiss Chocolate Almond, 24-Count K-Cups for Keurig Brewers (Pack of 2)
Gloria Jean's Coffees, Swiss Chocolate Almond, 24-Count K-Cups for Keurig Brewers (Pack of 2)

This is another coffee break replacement that does well to quell the need for a sweet treat. Perfect finish to a dinner heavy with onions and garlic.


Butter Toffee Coffee - It's also fun to say. Try it. :)

Keurig, Gloria Jean's, Butter Toffee, K-Cup Counts, 50 Count
Keurig, Gloria Jean's, Butter Toffee, K-Cup Counts, 50 Count

Rich and luxurious, the flavor of Butter Toffee is very decadent. Although a different flavor, it reminds me of a Starkbuck's Carmel Macchiato.


Donut House style Cinnamon Roll


Decaffeinated Colombian Coffee

Timothy's Colombian Decaf Coffee Keurig K-Cups, 18 Count
Timothy's Colombian Decaf Coffee Keurig K-Cups, 18 Count

This medium roast decaffeinated coffee doesn't lose the rich flavor in the process. A great substitution for later in the day.


I love Vanilla in my:

Coffee, Hot Chocolate, & baked deserts

Candles & Linen sprays

Body sprays & Lip balms

Bubble Bath & Shower gels...

and lots more. You name it, vanilla's in it.

See what I mean?

How about you?

Do you like Vanilla as much as I do?

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Coffee with Creamer or Give it to me straight?

Coffee Black ~or~ Coffee with Creamer?

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      6 years ago

      Yeah good one.

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      6 years ago

      Well, this Christmas has come and gone and I'm still using my prehistoric Mr. Coffee that I bought at the Bedrock Wal-Mart. Hopefully, Santa will remember me next year! Happy New Year!

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      6 years ago

      One of these is SOOOO on my Christmas wish list!

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      7 years ago

      Had a nice coffee..

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      7 years ago from New York

      Great lens - now I have to go grab another cup of coffee....

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      7 years ago

      Woop! 3 out of 4 on the quiz! =)

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      Fcuk Hub 

      7 years ago

      great lens :)

    • TreasuresBrenda profile image

      Treasures By Brenda 

      7 years ago from Canada

      Great page; your intro photo was missing in action when I was here. I'm off to share a link on my Facebook page, I LOVE COFFEE MUGS.


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