Angelino’s Coffee is a K-cup coffee delivery service. I ordered three variety packs to get a sense of the range of brews available — the complete Variety Pack and the Medium and Dark Roast Variety Packs, each containing 24 single serving brew cups. A 12-cup variety pack is available for just $5.95.
The cups worked well in my Keurig, and each brew cup was able to make about a cup and a half of coffee before becoming watered down; I use a tall mug, so I run the cups again on the smallest size to top mine off. There was some overlap between the variety packs, with the mocha java, donut shop, and others appearing in more than one of collections. The difference amongst the medium and dark blends are nice, and all the varieties produced a fine cup of coffee. The dark roast were bold, but not burnt or bitter.
I would recommend the Dark Roast Variety Pack assortment for those that like bold coffees, as all the varieties are dark — but not as dark as the ubiquitous gourmet coffee chain brew.
Medium Roast Varieties were good everyday coffee with some nice standard-bearer blends, and the all inclusive Variety Pack had the expected flavors (hazelnut, vanilla, etc) but also had some surprises, like a nice maple glaze flavor, as well as some regional varietal blends (Columbian and Kona blend were nice and a welcome member of this assortment for those not wanting a “flavored” coffee), and a few decaf were thrown in for good measure.
Any of the packs are a safe bet and very drinkable; there are no “acquired taste” blends in the bunch.
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