The Keurig website lists 75 brands of coffee that the company sells in K-cups. Some include familiar national brands such as Starbucks and Folgers and artisan brands such as Krispy Kreme and Green Mountain. These brands also feature a variety of coffee beans such as Kona and Costa Rican, as well as different roasts.
Designed for convenience and to give coffee drinkers a more consistent experience, K-cups showcase coffee products as the manufacturers’ intend for them to be formulated. Conservatives who prefer the well-known brands in standard roasts can find Maxwell House, Eight O’Clock, Dunkin’ Donuts and Donut House popular K-cup choices.
In addition to convenience, K-cups offer coffee drinkers an inexpensive way to try new brands and varieties of coffee. For example, those interested in adding artisan brands to their coffee repertoire can buy mixed cases of brands, such as Green Mountain Coffee, Café Escapes, Barista Prima, Van Houtte, Wolfgang Puck, Gloria Jean’s, Tully’s and Caribou. These brands also offer many flavors of coffee, such as Green Mountain Mocha Nut Fudge and Gloria Jean's Butter Toffee. Those interested in trying different beans can choose from varieties such as Timothy’s Rainforest Espresso, Green Mountain Kenyan AA and Tim Hortons Arabica.