Java Factory K Cup Review & Giveaway

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Java Factory K Cups 6 Varieties Java Factory carefully hand crafts each of their specialty roasts with an obsessive attention to detail because they love coffee as much as you do. They labor over every flavor, note, and aroma to bring you coffees that are so smooth and flavorful; you’ll want to drink them all day long. Included are a light roast, medium roast and dark roast along with several wonderful flavored coffees.

When they asked me to review their products for free I was thrilled! The links to purchase these K cups are Amazon Affiliate Links.  As soon as the box arrived I couldn’t wait to get started! I knew I wanted to try the Choconut first! Java Factory Review - K cups and Keurig

Here is a little more information about each of their 6 types of k cups:

Wakey Wakey – Light Roast

Even if you’re not a morning person, a cup of this coffee makes the wee hours—dare we say—enjoyable. Perfect for waking up your taste buds, this roast packs a bright, crisp taste without the slightest hint of bitterness. Our light roasts is delicious and subtle blend that delivers floral, crisp tones paired with full bodied texture.

Tony and I both felt the need to add a little bit more sugar to this one then we do with our regular light roast k cups, but overall, not a bad taste, we would probably purchase this flavor again.

Da Bomb – Extra Bold Double Caffeinated

Yes, this coffee comes with a warning label. Exploding with flavor and with double the caffeine of a regular cup of coffee, this extra-bold brew will leave you buzzing. Unless you plan on pulling an all-nighter, this brew is best for your morning rush. This extra-bold, dark roast coffee contains double the amount of caffeine found in a regular 8 oz single serve cup of coffee.

While we don’t mind extra caffeine, we do not like bold, or extra bold coffees so we couldn’t honestly review these. We actually traded some away at work, and kept some for when we have company.

Smooth Caffeinator – Medium Roast

When we set out to create a coffee that could win anyone over, we came up with this one. Bold yet mild, full bodied and mellow, not too weak and not too strong—if we gave this flavor profile to an online matchmaker, we’d score a lot of coffee dates. A good medium-roast coffee should be robust yet mellow, bold and full bodied, and at the same time silky smooth. We captured the perfect balance for a rich, even flavor in the Java factory Roasters medium coffee.

Like the Wakey Wakey we found we had to add a touch more sugar than usual, but still not a bad flavor.  You can tell it is a little stronger than the Wakey Wakey blend.

Vanilla Dream – Vanilla + Butter Toffee Flavored Coffee

Who said that vanilla was boring? Infused with smooth vanilla flavor and the tongue-tantalizing taste of butter toffee, this dreamy brew offers vanilla’s naysayers a much-needed reality check. Slip into the sublime with this gently flavored light roast.

This one is one of my favorites! I love Vanilla and Butter Toffee flavors and together they created a wonderful cup of coffee.  While the cup is brewing my whole kitchen smelled wonderful!

Dark and Handsome – Dark Roast

One mug of this velvety, bold coffee and the rich aroma, sultry smoky notes, and oh-so-smooth flavor will have you humming your favorite slow jam. To achieve the perfect dark roast, the dark and handsome beans are removed from the roaster right before they reach their peak roasting point so they retain their mellow smokiness without any of the burnt aftertaste.

Like Da Bomb we didn’t try these because we knew we didn’t like Dark Roasts.

Choconut – Chocolate + Coconut Flavored Coffee

Peanut butter and jelly, salt and pepper, apple pie and ice cream — some things were just made to go together. That’s why we’ve blended chocolate, coconut, and coffee into one decadent combination. Whether you’re nuts about chocolate or crazy for coconut, these luscious flavors will satisfy your cravings.

This is hands down my favorite K cup!  It smells wonderful when brewing and the taste does not dissapoint. I happened to have some Coffee Creamer that was Girl Scout Samoa cookie  flavored (I think they are called Carmel De-Lites in some regions) and it took this coffee to the next level.  It was not overly sweet but you could taste both the chocolate and Coconut.


Currently their K cups are NOT COMPATIBLE with Keurig 2.0 brewers so  please be aware of that when ordering, or entering our giveaway below.


One winner will receive a 40 count Variety Pack of Java Factory K Cups!Java Factory Giveaway Button New

Disclosure: I received a free 40 count variety pack for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

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