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Green Mountain Coffee Unveils Original Coffeehouse Beverages

Green Mountain Coffee Unveils Original Coffeehouse Beverages

WATERBURY, Vt.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Keurig Green Mountain, Inc., a personal beverage system company that has revolutionized the way consumers create and enjoy beverages, today announced the launch of Green Mountain Coffee® Coffeehouse, a new collection of beverages featuring café-inspired cappuccinos, lattes, and macchiatos. The specialty line of products draws upon the Green Mountain Coffee® heritage as a small-batch roaster and coffee shop combined with the ease and simplicity of the Keurig® hot brewing system.

The Green Mountain Coffee® Coffeehouse collection allows consumers to make a delicious, frothed café-style beverage at home. The two-step process is easy: simply empty the froth packet into a mug, brew the K-Cup® pod and enjoy! Coffeehouse two-step beverages are made with Fair Trade Certified™ coffee, sugar, skim milk, cream and sea salt and contain no artificial sweeteners, artificial flavors or preservatives. Coffeehouse is available in three irresistible flavors: smooth and flavorful Cappuccino, buttery and richSalted Caramel Macchiato and sweet and creamy Vanilla Latte.

“Green Mountain Coffee takes pride in its roots as a local Vermont roaster and coffee shop that created distinctively delicious coffee house beverages,” said Tom Ferguson, Senior Vice President, US Hot Beverages at Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. “With the new Green Mountain Coffee Coffeehouse collection, we drew on that longstanding coffee expertise and the innovation of Keurig simplicity to create the barista experience you love, at home, at the touch of a button.”

The Green Mountain Coffee® Coffeehouse collection joins the over 575 different beverages and 80+ brands in the Keurig Green Mountain family. For 35 years Green Mountain Coffee® has been a leader in specialty coffee, finding and roasting the highest quality coffee in the world while building strong, lasting relationships with the farmers who grow it.

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