Recently I found a great website and resource for my k-cups – Cross Country Cafe. They let me choose two types of K-cups to review. The only problem with this – they have such a large selection of k-cups it was hard to choose! Did I want bold, sweet, savory flavors? Or did I want to stick with my favorites? I took the jump and tried a couple of new flavors and I’m glad I did!
You can find the most popular brands of K-cups on their website, including Green Mountain Coffee, Caribou Coffee (one of my favorites), Gloria Jean,s Tully’s, Emeril and many more! The variety of selection is fantastic and you can find a flavor for almost every taste out there.
When you order on their site you have a flat $8 shipping rate, order one or several and it never changes. If you order more than 5 boxes they will ship free.
I love the variety of K-cups offered on the site, and they even sell Keurig Brewers, filters, and whole bean variety coffee (if you have a replaceable pod or a traditional brewer). But the one thing that stood out about Cross Country Cafe to me was the size of the boxes of K-cups. They weren’t the 8-12 packs you find in most stores, instead each box had 24 K-cups! And the prices are about the same as you would pay for a 12 pack at the grocery store. This is definitely my new go-to place for when my K-cups are getting low!
Cross Country Cafe is giving one of my readers two (2) 24 packs of K-cups in the flavor of their choice! Be sure you read how you can enter below!
Enter to win with the form below. The mandatory entry is leaving a comment on this blog post telling me what flavors you would choose if you won! If you do not do this entry – you will not win! So make sure you leave a comment and then enter using the form linked with the button below!Find Cross Country Cafe Online:
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