Keurig Green Mountain, formerly Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, is a specialty coffee and coffeemaker company founded in 1981 and headquartered in the U.S. It sources, produces, and sells coffee, hot cocoa, teas, and other beverages under various brands in portion packs for its Keurig brewing systems; and sells coffee beans and ground coffee in bags and fractional packs. It sells many of its beverage varieties in K-Cup single-serve pods, and as of 2015 offers Vue, Rivo, Bolt, and K-Carafe pods as well.
For this week's edition of Ask the Coffee Lab, we answers the question, "Why do cuppers slurp when evaluating coffee/" To find the answer, we asked some of the cuppers themselves - Ed, Stacy, Winston, Shannon, and Brent. Shot on a iPhone.
In October 2009, Green Mountain Coffee celebrated Fair Trade Month with a "Be Fair" campaign to promote the Fair Trade movement. Take a peek to see us online, in Burlington, Vermont, Boston, and at our Visitors' center. Most of all, hear what Fair Trade means to our employees, customers, and the coffee producers.
A brief overview of coffee from tree to cup, from Green Mountain Coffee.
Footage provided courtesy of the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Foundation. This and similar footage is available, on request, to all companies and organizations for educational purposes.
Nell Newman of Newman's Own Organics® travels to coffee growing regions with Green Mountain Coffee® to see how the coffee is grown and harvested, as well as how the Fair Trade and Organic certifications provide a fair price allowing growers to reinvest in their farm and their community.
This video was produced by the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Foundation for educational purposes.
Watch and learn how to brew your own iced coffee or iced tea with your Keurig® single-cup brewer and Brew Over Ice K-Cup® portion packs. It's simple:
1. Fill a tall (16 oz.) cup with ice and place under the brewer (No glass)) 2. Shake the K-Cup portion pack and place in brewer. 3. Choose the brew setting (6 oz. or 8 oz.) and press "brew." 4. Add additional ice (and cream and sugar for coffee) as ...