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Pros

Pike place is my favorite keurig coffee brew. Starbucks is quite flavorful. My most favorite decaf.



Cons

K cup too weak for my 12oz cup. Have to brew only 8oz at a time. Very disappointed with the decaf coffee. Some are past expiration or close.

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Quality


Great to mix with the regular i love (without loosing the pikeroast taste) in my work thermos as otherwise getting too much cafeine ;-)


I buy the k-cups to use in my keurig.

Price


Love this coffee and the price is excellent


I love the coffee and the price is great

Competitiveness


Happy we can easily order this de caffeinated pikes brand in a pod - not easily found in stores and certainly not at this price.

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  • This product had a total of 994 reviews as of our last analysis date on Jun 17 2022.
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Most positive reviewquestion

Very good as Pike Place is great & PPDecaf allows me to enjoy more often!

Most authentic reviewquestion

I usually don't like a medium roast, but this is very good.


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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    If i didn’t know this coffee is decaf, i wouldn’t be able to tell.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Not being able to find them locally she ordered on amazon.

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