Caribou Mahogany Kcup Review


Every Friday at Cross Country Cafe we host a flavor review.  Most of these reviews are done by a coffee expert sometimes they will be done by yours truly (I am not quite an expert… yet!). I love posting these reviews for you because lets face it the selection of K-cups we  have to choose from is huge,  how do you pick the right one?  Who wants to buy an entire box and not like it?! Our goal is to describe how the coffee tastes so that you can determine if it suits your preferences.

Lets get to todays review; Caribou Mahogany.

Mahogany is a dark brew that is rugged by nature and roasted to perfection. Coffees from Sumatra, Guatemala, and El Salvador are combined to achieve a perfectly balanced blend. Sumatra provides Mahogany’s bold dry spice and aromatic wood flavors, while the hint of floral and vanilla of Guatemala wonderfully complements the primary Indonesian flavors. Mahogany is a Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee.

Lets see how our coffee expert describes Caribou Mahogany Kcups:

I for one love being able to carry a brand name like Caribou.  Who wouldn’t be proud to be partnered with such a high quality, well respected coffee? Green Mountain coffee felt the same way when they had the joy of adding them to their team.

Notes From Origin (as written by GMCR)
We are proud to offer Caribou K Cups on Crosscountrycafe.com. As Caribou fans know, Caribou is a well-respected roaster that runs 400+ gourmet coffee houses in the Midwest, Rockies, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. They consistently win awards for their coffee including recognition from national consumer publications, the Rainforest Alliance Corporate Green Globe Award and the 2008 SCAA Roasters Choice Tasting Competition.
”Caribou is pleased to make available our coffeehouse quality coffees in Keurig’s K-Cups,” said Michael J. Coles, Chairman and CEO of Caribou. “We’ve partnered with Keurig because their technology ensures our coffees will deliver a gourmet coffee experience at home or in the office that Caribou customers love in our coffeehouses.”
Have a great weekend everyone!

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