For use by owners of Keurig K-Cup machines (except Vue brewers). A rich and creamy blend of vanilla, caramel and coffee liqueur flavoring. Craft roasted coffee. Rainforest Alliance Certified: 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified. A tribute to nostalgia & good times past. Verena Street Coffee is named after the quiet neighborhood nestled in the Mississippi River valleys of Dubuque, Iowa where we grew up. Erased by the progress of modern development, the narrow lane called Verena Street now survives only in our memories. Today, countless cars pass over the spot where we once played on the swing set our grandfather built. Hoping to recapture the excitement of our childhood, Verena Street now lives on as the namesake of our craft roasted coffee. Although we can no longer walk down Verena Street, it is a place we can once again call home. Rainforest Alliance Certified: This coffee is made with 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified beans. Coffee from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms is sustainably grown to benefit farm families, wildlife and the environment. To learn more about the Rainforest Alliance, visit www.rainforest-alliance.org. We would love to hear from you! For contact info, or to learn more about us, please visit verenastreet.com or www.facebook.com/verenastreet. Certified 100% recycled paperboard. Minimum 35% post-consumer materials.
12 - 0.35 oz (10 g) cups [4.23 oz (120 g)] x 6
Store the single serve cups at room temperature. Choose 8 fl oz setting to brew. Do not remove the foil seal as the cup will not brew properly and could result in hot water burns. When finished, the single serve cups are very hot and may drip. Avoid dripping by tilting the single serve cup while removing from the coffee brewer. Potential for exposure to very hot liquid.
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