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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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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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Have never used a Hamilton Beach coffee maker .
Betty Fontana
· February 5, 2018
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Coffee contains between 75 and 150 mg of caffeine per 250 ml (8 oz) cup, depending on the roasting strength and other factors. It is difficult to measure the nutritional content of coffee, because it varies according to many things. Generally, the darker the coffee is roasted, the less c… see more
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Thank you for your question
Coffee contains between 75 and 150 mg of caffeine per 250 ml (8 oz) cup, depending on the roasting strength and other factors. It is difficult to measure the nutritional content of coffee, because it varies according to many things. Generally, the darker the coffee is roasted, the less caffeine it contains.
Almost all decaffeinated coffees still contain some caffeine. The international standard by which decaffeinated coffee is characterized is by having at least 97% of the caffeine removed. Decaf coffee should fall somewhere in the range of 2 to 4 mg per 250 ml (8 oz) cup. For more detailed information, we recommend contacting the roaster directly.
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Hi
Thank you for your question
Coffee contains between 75 and 150 mg of caffeine per 250 ml (8 oz) cup, depending on the roasting strength and other factors. It is difficult to measure the nutritional content of coffee, because it varies according to many things. Generally, the darker the coffee is roasted, the less caffeine it contains.
Almost all decaffeinated coffees still contain some caffeine. The international standard by which decaffeinated coffee is characterized is by having at least 97% of the caffeine removed. Decaf coffee should fall somewhere in the range of 2 to 4 mg per 250 ml (8 oz) cup. For more detailed information, we recommend contacting the roaster directly.
I received this information from keurig.com

JavaFly
Seller · August 22, 2016
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If it is a Keurig it should work
Sherry Weers
· September 6, 2016
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I have no idea. I only use the pods with Keurig
rikki solomon
· February 5, 2018
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Sorry I don't know what the 2.0 model is.My guess would be yes-especially if other pods work.
Packerfan Gina
· April 17, 2019