The first thing to note about Eight O’Clock Coffee The Original, Keurig K-Cups is that this medium roast coffee has a well balanced, sweet and fruity taste, which makes for a wonderful way to wake everyone up in the mornings. This is a wonder medium roast coffee that Keurig K-Cups has certified is a great coffee and is good enough to be included in their many varieties of coffees that they have to offer.
This is the oldest recipe and probably the most iconic of roasts that are offered by Keurig K-Cups and every batch of this coffee is always made with 100% Arabica coffee. A wonderful thing about Eight O’Clock The Original is that even though it is a pre-measured amount through Keurig K-Cups, you can brew it for a smaller cup and there still won’t be any kind of bitter taste coming from the brewed coffee.
This particular Keurig K-Cups brew is especially good for coffee drinkers who prefer milder blends of coffee, one that isn’t overly robust but still want an eye opener in the morning. Eight O’Clock then is ideal for this kind of discerning coffee drinker. If you are a coffee drinker that prefers a good French Roast then you will enjoy the flavor of this Eight O’Clock Coffee because reminds one of a French Roast but it doesn’t have that bitter taste you can often find with French Roast. Its overall flavor is much more subtle as well.
If you are a coffee drinker that prefers a coffee you can drink without adding any milk/cream or sugar, this Keurig K-Cups variety of coffee is a good one to choose because, again, it really has no bitter after taste like a lot of other coffees might have that do require adding a little something to them.
Not only does Eight O’Clock Coffee The Original deliver a good tasting cup of coffee for the drinker that prefers a milder taste, it also has not disappointed those who prefer a darker roast. Many have said that surprisingly enough this particular coffee offers a bolder taste than expected so this Keurig K-Cups variety of coffee attracts even those who are use to a dark roast because it has a similar taste as the darker roasts except that the bitterness and sour after taste you might get with a much darker roast is not present in the Eight O’Clock.
Another thing to note is that it comes at a reasonable price as well, in fact it can be found to be a lot lower than other similar coffees on the market.