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These fragrant Starbucks Pike Place K-Cups are blended with subtle notes of rich cocoa and tempting toasted nuts. Designed for use in all Keurig K-Cup Brewers.

About this item

  • Starbucks Pike Place is available in stores every day
  • Pike Place K-Cups are made for use in Keurig Brewers
  • Packages contain 72 pods for long-lasting enjoyment
  • Brews a balanced and rich cup of coffee
  • All beans are 100% Arabica coffee
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Description

Starbucks® Pike Place K-Cups (72 ct.) offer a smooth mouthfeel and unique flavor that is one of the favorites of fans of the brand. This coffee has a medium roast, which makes it a balanced and smooth beverage every time you drink a cup. In K-Cup form, you can make a cup in an instant any time you get the craving for a caffeine boost.

What Flavor and Aroma Does Pike Place Coffee Have?

When you take a sip of the coffee from Starbucks Pike Place K-Cups, you may notice a blend that is supremely well-rounded. It's made using an assortment of Latin American coffees and features notes of toasted nuts and a dash of cocoa. The aroma has a similar vibe and may smell similar to chocolate with a hint of smoke from the roasting process. All in all, it's not an intense brew, but something more low-key that accommodates nearly everyone.

The Versatility of Starbucks Pike Place K-Cups

This coffee was designed to be appropriate no matter when you take a sip. It's fantastic in the morning, but it isn't out of place as a dinner or dessert coffee either. Starbucks Pike Place K-Cups comes with 72 pods, so you can enjoy it whenever you want with no fear of running out too soon. Enjoy it at home, at work or anywhere else that offers access to a Keurig brewer.

Where Did Pike Place Roast Get its Name?

Starbucks Pike Place Roast has been around since 2008 and was created as a coffee option that could be drunk the whole day through. Long before that, in 1971, Starbucks opened the very first store. It was located right in the middle of Pike Place Market in Seattle. Naturally, this coffee was named after that original location as a way of showing appreciation for Starbucks history.

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