Each K-Cup contains a measured amount of ground coffee and is specifically brewed for the Keurig Brewing System. Coffee lovers can choose from a wide array of roasts and blends, ranging from light to dark. K-cups are standardly portion-sized ground coffee and filter cups designed to fit into the Keurig brewing system. These are often made by companies like Nestlé or other large corporations. Coffee roasters are also making their own K-cups using a proprietary process. There are many different types of K-cups available. Most have varying amounts of coffee per cup. Some are single servings while others are multiple servings.
They brew single cups of coffee at once and have become increasingly popular since they were introduced in 1999. Many consumers like them because they are easy to use and quick to brew. They have an average strength of about 50 mg of caffeine per cup.
Does K-Cup Coffee have caffeine?
Yes, K-Cup Coffee contains 100mg of caffeine per 8 fl oz cup and 12.5mg of caffeine per fl oz (42.27mg per 100ml).
|Serving size||Caffeine Amount||Calories||Caffeine strength|
|8 fl oz cup||100 mg||0||HIGH|
|12 fl oz||150 mg||0||HIGH|
How Much Caffeine is in K-Cup Coffee?
- Caffeine Amount: 100 mg
- Caffeine strength: HIGH
- Calories: 0
- Serving size: 8 fl oz cup
Ingredients in K-Cup Coffee
- Varied Blends Of Ground Arabica Coffee
Compare caffeine in K-Cup Coffee
|K-Cup Coffee||8 fl oz||100mg|
|Decaf Coffee||8 fl oz||6mg|
|Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee||14 fl oz||210mg|
|Nescafe Gold||8.46 fl oz||66mg|
|McDonalds Coffee||16 fl oz||145mg|
|Peet’s Caffe Americano||16 fl oz||140mg|
|Starbucks Cold Brew Coffee||16 fl oz||205mg|