Member’s Mark Colombian Supremo Coffee, Single-Serve Cups (100 ct.)
Make mornings memorable with Member’s Mark™ Colombian Supremo Coffee, Single-Serve Cups (100 ct.). These single-serve cups have been meticulously roasted to attain that traditional Colombian flavor you’ll love. Enjoy subtle notes of chocolate and hazelnut with each cup you brew.
- Brand Member’s Mark
Flavor Colombian supremo
Caffeine Content Caffeinated
Roast Level Dark_roast
Package Information Box
- Medium-dark roast
Sweet chocolate and hazelnut notes
100% Colombian Arabica coffee
With 100 cups in one box, this is a terrific option for offices, break rooms and coffee-loving homes. And because single-uses machines are so fast and easy, these would work well for parties and gatherings.
All you have to do is load one of these compact cups into your single-serve coffee machine. Within moments, you’ll have a cup of hot and delicious medium dark roast coffee.
Member’s Mark coffee comes from a range of cooperatives in Colombia. This coffee is purchased directly from a co-op of farmers and growers, ASOANEI, which helps them put food on their table, support their families, and invest in their communities. Each purchase aids the development of family farmers, ensuring their growth and progress for generations to come. Additionally, ASOANEI has invested $89,586 into projects supporting productivity and quality improvements.
Farmer Quote: “I wanted to join (ASOANEI) because they produce organic coffee and because of the benefits the association provides –such as stable coffee prices, access to credit, and social investments. The wet mill at my home was built using Fair Trade Premium funds and a loan I received. I ask all our buyers to please keep purchasing our coffee. It is organic, of the highest quality, and it helps us producers survive.”
- OU Kosher
- 100 – 0.40 oz. (11.5 g) single-serve cups
- Net weight: 40.21 oz (1.14 kg)
Gail D. –
I usually get McCafe pods (medium roast) but decided to try this one (medium-dark roast). It’s very good but a lot stronger than McCafe brand. I have to add a lot more milk /creamer (maybe 1/4th cup) to this one to get the strength I want–which just means I get more coffee–very good coffee and cheaper too.