Decaffeinated House Blend (K-Cup) by Tully's Coffee Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • Tully's Coffee

    Seattle, Washington
  • Decaffeinated House Blend (K-Cup)

Roast: Very-Dark Review Date: January 2009
Origin: Not disclosed. Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: (As brewed in a Keurig B60 single-serve brewing device using a "K-Cup" capsule to produce a 6-ounce serving size): Simple, sweet-toned aroma with subtle hints of caramel and toast. Soft flavor, with caramel notes continuing and a suggestion of nuttiness. A medium bodied cup, with a slight roughness in mouthfeel, and in the cocoa-like finish.

Notes: Keurig brewing devices were among the first single-serve brewers on the market, starting in the mid 1990's with office models and now with three home models, the no-frills B40, the B60 with more flexible brew-strength/serving size, and the full-featured B70. This sample is offered in a K-Cup that packs more coffee into the capsule and produces a more intense flavor profile than a normal K-Cup. Tully's is a large quality-oriented specialty roasting company and cafe chain based in Seattle. Visit www.tullys.com or call 800-968-8559 for more information.

Who Should Drink It: Keurig owners who enjoy a straightforward decaffeinated cup, with or without sweeteners or whiteners.

AROMA:7
ACIDITY:7
BODY:7
FLAVOR:7
AFTERTASTE:7
AGTRON:0/27


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