Clash of the Coffee Titans: Green Mountain K-Cup vs. Starbucks Via

After weeks of reasoned arguments, trash-talking, and poolside antics, the big moment is here: Which coffee tastes better? And can our teams even tell the difference?

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  • Report this Comment On August 26, 2010, at 7:38 PM, greedwhenfearful wrote:

    David Gardner who picked Green Mountain as a Rule Breaker and wakes up every morning to it picked the wrong coffee and no one called him out on it? COME ON (Arrested Development Voice)! ;)

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