Member's Mark Donut Shop Coffee (100 single-serve cups)
Why We Love This
This coffee boasts a full-bodied flavor of red fruits, sweet caramel, and toasted almonds. The crisp acidity of the blend is nicely balanced with a sweet lasting finish that is perfect to enjoy throughout the day. This 100-count box is ideal for waiting areas, employee breakrooms, and households that love fresh, hot coffee.
About this item
- Boasts a full-bodied flavor of red fruits, sweet caramel and toasted almonds
- The crisp acidity of the blend is nicely balanced with a sweet, lasting finish that is fantastic any time of day
- 100% Arabica Fair Trade Certified coffee
- Compatible with Keurig 2.0® and single-serve machines
About Our Donut Shop Coffee: Member's Mark Donut Shop Coffee is the bestselling 100% Arabica coffee. This full-bodied, smooth cup boosts bright flavors of red fruit and chocolate covered almonds with a caramel finish.
Our Process: This blend uses two types of coffee: naturally processed and washed process. The washed process gives the blend a crisp, clean cup and purity of flavor. The natural process gives the cup a sweet, syrupy complexity. This coffee is roasted to a medium roast level to accentuate the caramelization and sugar browning of the blend, while also illuminating the intrinsic palate profile of the coffee.
Why Arabica Beans? This blend is 100% Arabica, indicating it is grown at a higher altitude. This allows for a longer maturation period, infusing the bean with sweet, flavorful notes.
Making a difference, one brew at a time: Every time you drink Fair Trade Certified™ coffee, you help improve the lives of farmers and workers by enabling them to create sustainable livelihoods, safe conditions and stronger communities. You're making a difference, one brew at a time. Thanks to your purchases of Member’s Mark coffees in 2017, farmers and their families earned over $2.7 million, which they reinvested towards new equipment, training, backpacks for students and more—all to create more sustainable and thriving communities."