Before I get to the reviews, I have to say that Wolfgang Puck has beautifully-designed K-Cups! I mean, look at them. It’s a shame to have to poke a hole and throw them away.
These were all fun K-Cups to try, but I only had one of each, so I had to really savor them.
Breakfast in Bed is a delightful K-Cup. It’s a nice, basic medium roast–smooth, kind of nutty, simple, and unassuming. It is aptly named, and I could imagine having it on a tray alongside eggs and a croissant (are you reading this @dhollander?). It’s better than Nantucket and Donut Shop, but not as full-flavored as Caribou Blend or Tully’s Kona. Brewed at 8oz.
Vienna Coffee House has a rich, full flavor. It’s a good, hearty medium roast. It leaves a lot of flavor at the end, but not a bad aftertaste. I don’t think I’ll go out and buy a whole box, but I did enjoy this K-Cup. Definitely more complex than the Breakfast in Bed. Brewed at 8oz, but I think 10oz would work well too.
Wolfgang Sumatra Kopi Raya was my favorite of the three. I was given a sample out of the blue by @mjspantry–what a treat! This K-Cup is full-bodied with a really good flavor. It sparkles, has complexity, and is sweet, smooth, and dry. It is a bit sour at the end, but I didn’t really mind. The 10oz setting worked well. The variations in flavor make it more interesting than Breakfast in Bed and Vienna. Kopi Raya is like a cross between Barista Prima Columbia and Barista Prima House Blend.
I’ve also tried Wolfgang Puck Jamaica Me Crazy–more on that another time. Next on my list is Wolfgang Puck Chef’s Reserve Colombian. Anyone tried it yet?
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