India Monsooned Malabar AA 12 Pack K-Cups - Oceana Coffee Roasters
India Monsooned Malabar AA 12 Pack K-Cups - Oceana Coffee Roasters
India Monsooned Malabar AA 12 Pack K-Cups - Oceana Coffee Roasters
India Monsooned Malabar AA 12 Pack K-Cups - Oceana Coffee Roasters
India Monsooned Malabar AA 12 Pack K-Cups - Oceana Coffee Roasters
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India Monsooned Malabar AA 12 Pack K-Cups

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Now you can brew Oceana Coffee in your single-serve K-Cup brewer.

We roast our coffee fresh five days a week and make our own K-Cups in house right here in our Tequesta, Florida, Roasting Headquarters. Now you can enjoy Oceana Coffee quality and taste and K-Cup convenience at home and at the office. No co-packing, no stale low-grade coffee. Just pure Oceana Coffee flavor.

Each and every cup is nitrogen flushed to maintain freshness. We weigh each batch and check weigh our cups as they're being made to ensure you get a great cup of coffee every time.

Our cups deliver a good solid 10- to 12-ounce cup because we have correctly calculated the coffee weight ratio for flavor. Every box of K-Cups comes stamped with a roast date, so you know the freshness inside.

Oceana Coffee K-Cups are 100% recyclable!

We didn't forget. Because convenience shouldn't outweigh the health of our planet, Oceana K-Cups are recyclable. Select any one of our yearly coffees in single-serve cups. They come in lots of 12 cups per box, roasted, ground and packaged in-house for you to brew one fresh cup at a time.

Dark, big-bodied coffee, with a pleasant, mellow earthy flavor. One of the lowest-acidity coffees in the world

Monsoon Malabar AA gets its unique characteristics (heavy body, earthiness and low acidity) by mimicking the sea journey used centuries ago. Before the creation of the Suez Canal, coffee was shipped from India to Europe around Africa's Cape of Good Hope. The Indian coffee went from tropical humid heat to freezing sea air back to tropical humid heat to the European port over a one- or two-month period.

This caused the beans to bleach and swell. Europeans became accustomed to this different taste, and when shorter (and more airtight) means of shipment arrived, coffee drinkers missed the distinctive "Malabar taste."

Today, after careful hand picking (versus stripping in lesser harvesting regimes), these beans are dry processed only from Arabica Cherry Grade A. The dry beans are raked on the outdoor drying beds in India for 12-15 weeks to duplicate the effect of sea travel.