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I ordered the Starbuck's House Blend coffee like I have several times in the past
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2016
Some people know their wine, I know my coffee. That said, this is not a review for the coffee, but rather the seller Sapir. I ordered the Starbuck's House Blend coffee like I have several times in the past. Normally, I get it at Costco, but was running low with no trip to Costco planned, so I ordered it here. I knew something was off the first time I used one of these pods. The coffee was pathetically weak...NO flavor at all. The product arrived as pods in a box. No box in a box, if you know what I mean, and I noticed some loose coffee grounds in it. After enduring this daily for two weeks, I decided to buy another box from Costco. I decided to sacrifice a Costco pod to compare the contents. The photo clearly shows the difference. The pod on the left, Costco. The right is the pod from this seller. The pod from Costco is FULL and the coffee is a very dark brown, with a beautiful aroma. The pod from this seller, not full and the coffee is a much lighter brown with virtually NO aroma. Don't know if they are selling OLD pods, or filling them with some cheap, generic coffee and passing them off as Starbucks, but the flavor (or lack of) is VERY noticeable. I love this coffee, but will never purchase from this seller again.