Fair Trade Organic Signature Roast Single Serve Coffee - 100 ct

Keurig® 2.0 compatible

Combining sensational taste with social responsibility that ensures fair wages, decent working conditions and the support of local sustainability, Corner One's Signature Fair Trade Organic coffee delivers good vibes and rich flavor notes all around. Enjoy a smooth, clean finish, complete with a clean conscience. Each of these single serve coffee cups is nitrogen flushed to give you the freshest cup, every time you brew. Great for home and the office. 

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Also available in 2.5 lb Whole Bean.

SKU: A04479
Roast Level: Medium Dark
Bean Type: 100% Arabica
Certifications: Fair Trade USA, USDA Organic, Kosher


4 out of 5 (based on 5 ratings)
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Not strong enough.

It's ok if you don't like strong coffee. Even the dark roast is not very strong.
Posted by kim s, 2019 Mar 14th

Good buy.

This coffee is average in taste. What makes it such a good buy is the fact that it's fair trade, and organic for such a good price.
Posted by Andy W D, 2019 Jan 10th

A good smooth cup but not a medium or dark roast

I went through all 100 pods in my Keurig 2.0 without an issue. The Coffee was good but a little light to be considered a medium dark roast. I would buy it again if the price is right.
Posted by Derrick P, 2019 Jan 1st

Decent coffee for the price

This is my contribution to a communal staff coffee maker. It is a keurig, so it isn't the best coffee you have ever had. But it is decent and convenient. And these are a decent price for a large quantity.
Posted by Adam S, 2018 Oct 1st

Good coffee

This is a good, well-rounded coffee. It's flavorful and dark without tasting over-roasted and has a nice long finish without being bitter. And you've got to like the "fair trade" certification. I'm personally unconvinced of any health benefit to "organic" foods, but it does indicate less pollution and other environmental damage in the farming practices, so that's good too.
Posted by K Bunker, 2018 Aug 31st