Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 102
Rated 5 out of 5 Boldest of the Bold
I have been introduced to the world of coffee gradually, starting with the "coffee" in the machines at Wawa and such stores, then brewing Folgers at home and at work and adding flavored creamers...then I was introduced to the Keurig machine and the Dark Magic k cup...I fell in love. Not your typical die-hard coffee drinker until I found this, I do add milk and sugar but this does not require a lot...nothing compares to this coffee. I have had Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts and the lot and this exceeds the rest. I would recommend this coffee to coffee lovers everywhere!!!!!
October 28, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by daveshoot My Favorite
In the quest for a strong, rich cup of coffee, this has been my favorite so far. This has become standard and I will keep trying a few others on each order. It is not for the faint of heart, but if you are truly after a rich cup of dark coffee, this is a real contender. I do not care for the burned Starbucky taste of some super strong coffees... this is the one that delivers without tasting like it was left on the hot plate too long.
July 28, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Filehorse For true coffee lovers, this is Magic
This coffee has the flavor Starbucks wishes they had. Marvelous aroma; incredibly smooth. What a great way to start every day. And, it is the perfect compliment to an ounce of Kahlua - anytime.
March 31, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sheri the Coffee Snob Dark Magic is magical!
I had discovered the Keurig coffee pots when on a trip to New England, and thought it was a wonderful concept. But as I always use Starbucks coffee and a cone filter, I thought the Keurig would be impractical for me. I love a really dark roast, so that when I put all my "foo foo" creamers and sweeteners in it, it still tastes like coffee! I got a Keurig for Christmas,and had a sample of Dark Magic. It is perfect, every single time! It is rich and strong, but never bitter. I realized one big benefit to the Keurig is that my coffee is consistent every time; with do-it-myself drip coffee, I often got it too weak or too strong. Now every day is a "good coffee day"!
January 13, 2009