European Coffee from Green Mountain Coffee Barista Prima K-Cups

Green Mountain Coffee Barista Prima K-CupsEuropean coffee is renowned for the heavy body and bold taste imparted by the dark roasts that are most popular across the continent. These roasts are even named for European countries, French Roast coffee being a popular roast the world over and Italian Roast agreed upon as the espresso extraction standard. Now, Keurig K-Cup coffee system owners can enjoy true European coffeehouse-style at home or at the office with Green Mountain Coffee Barista Prima K-Cups.

Barista Prima K-Cups from Green Mountain Coffee capture the essence of European roast coffee and provide an intense flavor and full body by packing more coffee into each K-Cup. The brew from these K-Cups is so full and bold that even the two-time Italian Barista Champion, Francesco Sanapo, sang its praise in the video below.

Flavors of Barista Prima K-Cups at CoffeeForLess

CoffeeForLess carries the full light of Green Mountain Coffee Barista Prima K-Cups. Give them a try and let us know what you think.

Green Mountain Barista Prima Colombia K-Cups – a high-altitude coffee selected for taste with a bold fruit flavor with hint of nutty flavors, brewing with a smooth, balanced body every time.

Green Mountain Barista Prima House Blend K-Cups – a blend of Arabica coffee beans selected for strong extraction with a bright taste and lighter body.

Green Mountain Barista Prima French Roast K-Cups – a bold and roasty brew with a full body and hints of wood smoke and a bitter-sweet taste that lingers with mild astringency.

Green Mountain Barista Prima Italian Roast K-Cups – 100% Arabica beans roasted deeply to produce a brew perfect for espresso-lovers, with balanced acidity and sweetness, hints of earth flavor, and a lusciously full body.

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3 Comments

  1. Barista Prima Itailian is one of the best K-cup flavors I have tried.

  2. Does the Barista Italian have a higher caffeine content than the others?

  3. Can’t wait to taste this! And I bet it tastes bold without tasting "charred"…like Char-bucks coffee!

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