Hills Bros.® Single-Serve Coffee Pods - Decaf Original Blend - Medium Roast
CRAFTED WITHOUT COMPROMISE FOR OVER 137 YEARS.™
Since 1878, coffee lovers have been starting their day with a taste of always great coffee from Hills Bros.® From the beginning, brothers Reuben and Austin Hills made an unwavering commitment to quality and Hills Bros.® Coffee was born. From the finest beans and most innovative roasting methods to our delectable blends, Hills Bros.® has been crafting delicious coffee without compromise to happy coffee drinkers worldwide. Grown in high altitude, our 100% Colombian Premium Arabica coffee beans are medium roasted to deliver a rich flavor with mild fruit notes. Blended and roasted the same way since we started, you are guaranteed to consistently get a great cup of coffee. Hills Bros.® coffee is gluten free and Orthodox Union Certified Kosher. Compatible with all K-CUP* brewers, including Keurig 2.0, our Evenbrew Filter Cup™ single-serve coffee pod is a convenient way to enjoy a delicious cup of coffee any time of day. From the finest beans and most innovative roasting methods to our delicious blends, Hills Bros.® has delighted customers, blending and roasting amazing coffee for over a century. Today, Hills Bros.® Coffee continues to be crafted without compromise. Whether it's your start to the day every morning, your afternoon pick-me-up or after dinner wind down, the authentic taste of always great coffee from Hills Bros.® will always be something to look forward to.
- PREMIUM ARABICA COFFEE - Hills Bros.® coffee contains a rich blend of premium Arabica coffee beans that have been roasted to perfection. Each cup delivers the consistently great flavor that Hills Bros is known for.
- 100% COLOMBIAN – Grown in high altitude, our 100% Colombian Premium Arabica coffee beans are medium roasted to deliver a rich flavor with mild fruit notes.
- KEURIG 2.0 COMPATIBLE – Our single-serve coffee pod, is the convenient way to enjoy a fresh-tasting delicious and aromatic single cup of coffee. Compatible with all K-CUP® brewers.*
- COMPOSTABLE FORMAT AVAILABLE - Our 20 ct. cartons are BPI® certified 100% compostable in industrial facilities. Pods are made of innovative materials that completely breakdown in commercial composting facilities in less than 100 days.
*K-CUP® is a registered trademark of Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. Hills Bros.® Evenbrew Filter Cups™ are not affiliated with Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.
This is an excellent supplies of my favorite brands of coffee. I'm very happy with their selection and delivery process.😊
A+++ seller would definitely do business with again!!
I ordered Decaf and received something else. I called the 800 number and left a message. I also sent an email. I have heard nothing from the phone message or the email. I'll be surprised if I hear anything from this review.
Great tasting decaf coffee. Flavor is spot on.
Our first pot in the morning is percolated. For the longest time (years) we just couldn't find Hills Bros original in the stores anymore. So we started using Chok full of. Very good coffee in a percolator.
After that we like coffee after dinner but we won't drink a hole pot, so we use those K-cups. Now K-cups don't make great coffee. It's worse than auto drip. Is not what brewing really is. It's more like blanching. Coffee was originally slow cooked like a stew with fresh beans. Starbuck coffee uses stale beans. But Chok doesn't make decaf in them that we can find. So we've found a certain brand to fill the gap.
I decided it was time not only to find Hills Bros online for the percolator, but see if they made K-cups too. I was pleased to see both. Oh how I missed HB, slow brewed in the percolator. Hands down the most smooth and full flavored.
I was pleasantly surprised when I tried the decaf in the K-cups. Mostly smooth and full flavored. As close to percolated as one can get! A bit better than auto drip too. We also like the way the cups are designed. 1/4 plastic on top of a biodegradable filter. I think this has a lot to do with the improved flavor from a standard kcup. Hats off again to Hills Bros.
HB coffee is a bit more expensive than most others. baI wish they'd sell it in stores though for several reasons.