Do you start your day out with a Cup-O-Joe? I do. There is nothing better than sitting down to catch up on email & blog posts while drinking my first cup of coffee of the morning. Even when I am only drinking decaf, there is something about the hot coffee that makes it all okay. Of course coffee itself is gluten-free. Where complications may arise is with the flavored coffees.
After receiving a new Keurig for my birthday last week, I couldn’t wait to dig into my sample pack of K-cups. While most of the K-Cups were just different brands of coffee in the cups – such as Caribou, Green Mountain & Tully’s, there were a few flavored varieties in the box. I went to the Keurig/Green Mountain website to see if there was any information on the flavored coffees and didn’t find any, so I sent an email. This is the email I received back:
Thank you for your message. Our Coffee, Café Escapes, hot cider, cocoa and teas are gluten free. For further detail on the nutritional information for our coffees, you may visit http://www.greenmountaincoffee.com/nutrition.aspx on our website. Each of the Perfect Iced Teas, Hot Cocoa and Café Escapes items has specific nutritional information under ?Tasting Notes?. The Nutritional label can be viewed in the product images. Please let us know if you need anything further. If you have any questions, or if there is anything else we can assist you with please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Care Team.
Consumer Direct Web Associate
GMCR Specialty Coffee Business Unit
Tel: (866) 639-2326 Mon.-Fri., 8a.m.-6p.m. EST
I did write back to confirm that this included the flavored coffees and was assured that it did. I was thrilled to hear this and couldn’t wait to get to sampling! Keurig has a wide variety of coffees, teas and cocoas that can be purchased on their website, at Kohl’s (where you can use the 30% off coupon) and Costco.
Do you have a Keurig? What is your favorite K-Cup variety?