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In my opinion , torrefaction is not even close to original Starbucks, the taste is much weaker, and its not as smooth, almost chalky after brewing, I will not buy torrefaction
Belinda
· April 14, 2017
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No, It's Coffee Like The Coffee You Get At Starbucks
wdplays
· August 28, 2014
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This question put me on a hunt. Methyl Chloride is a gas, slightly heavier than air, found in nature and soluble in water. Methyl Chloride is used in extracting caffeine from all Starbucks coffees except their decaf Sumatra coffee, which uses the organic Swiss water method. However, Methylene Chloride (note the differe… see more This question put me on a hunt. Methyl Chloride is a gas, slightly heavier than air, found in nature and soluble in water. Methyl Chloride is used in extracting caffeine from all Starbucks coffees except their decaf Sumatra coffee, which uses the organic Swiss water method. However, Methylene Chloride (note the difference between Methyl and Methylene) is a different beast entirely. Methylene Chloride is a PAINT SOLVENT, a carcinogen and is NOT USED IN EXTRACTING CAFFEINE FROM ANY COFFEE BEANS. So the short answer is - Enjoy your decaf brew. What's in your tap water is far worse... see less This question put me on a hunt. Methyl Chloride is a gas, slightly heavier than air, found in nature and soluble in water. Methyl Chloride is used in extracting caffeine from all Starbucks coffees except their decaf Sumatra coffee, which uses the organic Swiss water method. However, Methylene Chloride (note the difference between Methyl and Methylene) is a different beast entirely. Methylene Chloride is a PAINT SOLVENT, a carcinogen and is NOT USED IN EXTRACTING CAFFEINE FROM ANY COFFEE BEANS. So the short answer is - Enjoy your decaf brew. What's in your tap water is far worse...
Dan
· June 26, 2017
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Jan 22, 2016
Cynthia
· November 16, 2015
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I do not think it has any sugar, only coffee!!
Ducky's Shoppe
Seller · October 19, 2015
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I've tried both, and the pike place decaf just seems to taste better. It seems smoother, but tastes more full bodied. As someone already mentioned, it seems to blend really well with added flavors (e.g. dairy creamer or even a whole 30 / paleo substitute (e.g. Nutpods Dairy-Free creamer)).
MTR
· November 2, 2017
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Yes, I thought so.
Ross Anderson
· September 19, 2016
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Yes, I have a K450 & it works fine.
CynJo7
· August 26, 2015
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Hi Remmy, it appears that a third party seller is currently selling this item on Amazon, but I can still answer. You will receive 4 boxes of 24 pods for a total of 96 pods. The third party seller edited the product title so it doesn't currently read clearly.
Jen @Starbucks
Manufacturer · April 4, 2018
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Hi,
I just purchased this product and the freshness date is Dec. 6 2018.

Florence J. Gramm
· May 8, 2018