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Stanley Mountain Coffee System

1 hour agoHobbies / Fishing : Moldy Chum

Vacuum Insulation keeps drinks hot or cold for hours18/8 Stainless Steel won't rust; naturally BPA-freeIntegrated pot + press, Brew a bottle's worth of coffee then nests to save spaceLeak proof + fully packableLid separates into two cups for sharing

The world is finally buying less Keurig Krap

Keurig Green Mountain -- maker of throwaway coffee pods in myriad tempting flavors -- is in the middle of a sales crisis.

If You Can't Control It, You Can't Own It

When Green Mountain Coffee Roasters announced its quarterly financial results last week, the news was bad for the company—but good for people who believe that when they buy something, they should decide how to use it. Here's what happened. Show More Summary

Damascus VA to Atkins VA

Day 31 Did 14 miles out of damascus to Lone mountain shelter. Started out around 9:45 from town after a massive breakfast at MoJoes right on the trail. Went there both mornings in Damascus. Great coffee and atmosphere for a small town coffee shop. What a great town damascus was. I don’t plan on coming back for......

Keurig CEO Sort Of (But Not Really) Apologizes For Company's Ridiculous Foray Into Obnoxious Coffee DRM

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

You'll recall how last year, Keurig Green Mountain created a surprising, negative public relations tsunami with the news it would be using a form of "coffee DRM" in its latest Keurig 2.0 coffee maker. The new technology basically prevented...Show More Summary

The Market is Souring on Keurig's Bad Coffee and Awful Environmental Impact

Things aren't looking good for Keurig Green Mountain. The little Keurig coffee pods have become something of an ubiquity in American offices and homes over the last six or seven years, due primarily (ok, exclusively) to convenience.Show More Summary

Meet the Adults Who Love to Color

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

On a frosty Thursday evening in mid-February, a blogger named Jenny Fenlason collected her favorite art supplies and headed over to a cozy coffee shop called the Mountain Mudd Espresso in New Hope, Minnesota. Fenlason was hosting the second-ever meeting of the Ladies Coloring Club, a group of like-minded women... More »

It's official: Customers hate Keurig's newest coffee machine

Keurig Green Mountain's newest coffee brewer is hurting sales. The company cut its outlook for the year on Wednesday after reporting second-quarter profit and revenue that missed Wall Street's expectations. Keurig blamed the performance on lackluster interest in its new machine, called the Keurig 2.0. "Our top-line growth... Show More Summary

Essential Make or Break Level Brewing in Keurig Green Mountain Coffee GMCR

“Will it break or will it hold?” That is the key question facing traders as Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) sets up a major “make or break” support bounce or bearish short-sell liquidation play off a critical support reference level. Here’s the level clearly highlighted – along with a Descending Triangle – on the Daily Chart: After a negative [...]

Starbucks terminal outage stirs up a whole latte trouble

Many coffee drinkers across North America rejoiced last night as Starbucks handed out free drinks. But whatever the reason, it’s probably not good news for the coffee giant or its customers. Confirmed by a mountain of celebratory Tweets, Starbucks locations around the U.S. Show More Summary

Erebor Mountain Gold Coffee - You Won't Be Dragon After Drinking This Brew!

last monthHumor / odd : Neatorama

Erebor Mountain Gold Coffee by Warbucks Design If you're looking for a smooth, smoky cup of caffeinated evil first thing in the morning then reach for a mug of Erebor Mountain Gold Coffee, the only coffee endorsed by a dragon. Erebor...Show More Summary

The Healing Power of Awe

The mountains. The stars freckled across the sky. A fiery sunrise. A rich cup of coffee alongside a piece of flaky pie: These things are awesome. Though I’ve seen a million sunsets and stared at the oceans for hours, I’m still moved by their wonder and mystery, touched by their beauty, and profoundly grateful that […]

Camera Work: Manzanita

I was sitting with a cup of coffee, not looking at the ocean because it was dull. Clouds to the east blocked the sun, as well as the bulk of the southern edge of Neahkahnie Mountain, a dominant feature of this part of the North Oregon Coast. Show More Summary

Trappist Monks Are Trying to Save Venezuela’s Dying Coffee Industry

The monks who live and roast beans at the Roman Catholic Trappist monastery in the mountains above Mérida face shortages like anyone else in the country, but manage to navigate the lawless world of the dwindling coffee industry ther...

First Days of Trail Life

3/15/15 We got up before sunrise and headed up to the Springer Mountain parking area after picking up a cup of coffee at McDonald’s. We skipped the approach trail, because who really needs to add 8 more miles to a 2189 miles hike? Just sayin’. We were finally on our way. We found out the...

Keurig Goes for a Slam Dunkin' With Coffee K-Cups

dunkindonuts.com It's going to be a lot easier for fans of Dunkin' Donuts coffee to get their java fix. Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) last week expanded its partnership with Dunkin' Donuts parent Dunkin' Brands (DNKN) and its coffee distributor J.M. Show More Summary

Coffee That Makes You Lose Weight

It’s called “butter coffee“. Dave Asprey, an American entrepreneur, came up with the idea after trekking in Tibet and drinking tea laced with yak butter. The drink gave him extra energy to venture across the mountainous terrain. After brainstorming, Asprey developed a high fat, low carbohydrate diet that provides protection against lethargy, fat and disease [...]

Unsurprisingly, people didn't like Keurig's DRM-protected coffee makers

Keurig's coffee machines have done great business for its owner Green Mountain Coffee. Making coffee in combination with pretty expensive capsules has made a lot of money for the company, but its latest 2.0 machines have left (excuse me) a bitter tas...

New Brewer Platforms To Drive Keurig Green Mountain’s Growth In 2015

The year 2014 proved to be an important year for the company, as it remained busy in adding several coffee and retail brands to its list of licensed brands. Moreover, the company released its next generation brewer system in the U.S.: Keurig 2.0, in August. Show More Summary

Is It Time To Kill The K-Cup, Before It Kills Our Planet?

Your Keurig coffee pods have a dirty little secret. Actually, make that a big secret. In 2013, Keurig Green Mountain produced 8.3 billion K-Cups that were brewed on millions of machines around the world -- enough to circle to globe 10.5 times. Show More Summary

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