Kirkland Signature K-Cup® Packs deliver tremendous value and quality to the Costco member. They are designed specifically for use with the Keurig® Brewing System, are conveniently packed and fulfilled in 100-ct cases, and are crafted with 100% premium Arabica beans. They are the perfect combination of quality and value; the quality delivered by Keurig® Brewed technology coupled with the outstanding value members expect from the Kirkland Signature brand.
Dark roasted for the perfect balance of smoky and sweet, this robust brew lives up to its name. Intense, invigorating but surprisingly smooth, Pacific Bold is an exhilarating experience for those who like coffee with a little attitude.
Enjoy a cup of deliciously dark, robust flavor.
100% Premium Arabic Beans
200 Kirkland Signature K-Cup® Packs
Average Customer Rating:
(242 Reviews) 242
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Rating Snapshot(242 reviews)
219 of 242(90%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
"I love the Kirkland brand, so I took a chance on their Breakfast Blend K-cups when they arrived at our local warehouse. To date, it's been my only disappointment. It amounted to little more than brown water. I chalked it up to a preference for bolder, darker roast coffees. Since Pacific Bold is only available online, I took another chance and ordered some. This time the results were better. This K-cup yields a very bold and eye-opening cup of coffee without any bitterness. I find it very similar to Peet's Major Dickason's coffee. I'm not sure what market research led Costco to believe the East Coast only wants their bland Breakfast Blend. Maybe it has something to do with the number of Dunkin' Donuts establishments to be found in these parts. I'm pretty sure the people here partake in D and D for the convenience, not the flavor. Please Costco, get Pacific Bold in East Coast warehouses. We like the strong stuff every bit as much as those on the opposite coast."
Model Number: 100 Count Kirkland's Pacific Bold K-Cups
"We Washington state coffee drinkers consider ourselves to be coffee connoisseurs, with all of the great brands from our area; therefore we are quite picky about what coffee we drink. Combine that with the K-Cup experience, which leads one to keep looking for that perfect cup of coffee, and when one finds that "perfect cup", he has to talk about it. I have had that experience recently. I read other reviews about the Kirkland Pacific Bold K-Cups, and decided to take the plunge and try it, even though I was quite pleased with the Newman's Bold K-Cups that I had been drinking (also purchased from Costco). I agree with an earlier reviewer who stated "if you like Newman's, you'll like Pacific Bold." I fully agree! In fact, I like the Pacific Bold better, because it has a better "finish", and does not leave a bitter after-taste like so many other Arabica coffees do. I love this coffee and highly recommend it to others."
"I never write reviews unless I am really impressed or really appalled. Luckily, this review is because of the former. I was at Costco looking for the Starbucks Verona blend, to no avail, only House Blend which is not strong enough for my husband and I. We typically buy Starbucks French Roast, but it was just getting too expensive. So while at Costco, I pulled up the reviews on the Kirkland brand Pacific Bold and decided to take it for a spin and I have to say, it is really incredible. I did not expect this coffee to be this good. We went through many many bolds before we settled on French Roast, so it made me nervous to purchase such a large quantity without trying it first (that would be a good idea, samples in the store please!) I am really glad I went for it, this coffee is perfectly bold, no bitter aftertaste, and good until the end of the cup. Really happy we found this and took the plunge."
Cons: have to use 9 ounces rather than 10 but that's ok
"For six months I had been brewing Keurig's Barista Prima Coffeehouse Columbia Roast in my K cup machine, but sadly it seems as if they cheapened it and there was an unpleasant after taste. I then tried their French Roast and it had the same after taste. So, I tried Starbucks French Roast, and really enjoyed it; however, we all know how expensive the Starbucks is. I then ran across the Kirkland Signature Pacific Bold Coffee ad. I was initially afraid to try it because there were so many, and what would I do if I did not like it. But then I read about Kirkland's money back refund if the coffee did not meet my expectations. My first cup was OK, I think I was too analytical, but the next day I made a cup without thinking about which coffee I was using, and midway through I thought that this is a great cup of coffee. I have been satisfied with it ever since."
"This coffee has gotten a lot of good reviews. Maybe I just got a bad batch. I was only able to try one K-cup and could only drink 1/4 cup before having to dump it out. I swear it tasted like I brewed it using swamp water! (I use filtered drinking water to brew my coffee...) I then brewed a cup of Tully's French Roast, which is very good, to try and get that taste out of my mouth. But the bitter aftertaste of the Pacific Bold just won't go away and is ruining the flavor of the French Roast. Fortunately I purchased the Pacific Bold at my local Costco and only got the one box with 100 K-cups. I can't imagine forcing myself to drink even one more sip of this stuff. I am definitely returning this product."
Pros: best k-cup coffee for the price i've found. great!
"I have been using K-cups for several years. I love my coffee very strong. I used to purchase my K-cups through an online vendor who specialized only in coffee. Then I discovered Kirkland's Pacific Bold (brewed for Costco by Green Mountain Coffee Company). This is the best buy out there for a quality K-cup bold coffee. It is a fraction of the cost of anything even remotely comparable. When Costco runs a $5.00 off coupon occasionally, the net cost per cup is only 33 cents a cup when purchased at the warehouse. You just can't beat it. Pacific Bold is a smooth yet reasonably strong coffee with a delicious flavor and no strong acid residue. Just love it! Highly recommended"
"Keurig K-Cups are a blessing and a curse. The ease of brewing fresh hot coffee on demand is the blessing. The inconsistency of the coffee in the K-Cups is the curse--sometimes the coffee tastes just wonderful--and other times just awful.
The Kirkland Pacific Bold is probably the best K-Cup flavor I've tried. I like a strong, bold taste to my coffee, and this product delivers just that at a reasonable price. However, 1 out of 4 K-Cups is not going to taste as good as the rest in the box...the curse of K-Cups. However, I've had brands where it's 50/50, so Kirkland is an improvement in that regard as well. If you drink Keurig brewed coffee, give this a try"
Pros: great taste; great price, con (below) no longer a con now that i tried it!
Cons: minimum purchase = 200 k-cups
"Having a Keurig coffee maker, I need to purchase K-cups. This can become pricy and I'm very particular about my coffee. I like a bold, smooth, balanced (not bitter) coffee (I like Starbucks, do not like Duncan Donuts...too weak). Since I had to buy 200 K-cups without trying them first, I was a little skeptical. But the reviews on your Web site sold me. The coffee is excellent and at 1/3 the price of Starbucks/Paul Newman, etc., I am now a new fan of Kirkland's Pacific Bold coffee and will be a repeat customer! Like your other Kirkland products, you do not disappoint! Thanks for a terrific, value-priced product."
Pros: quick delivery w/in days of ordering. no tax/ship
Cons: storage of all this great coffee
"After reviewing online the 53 plus positive reviews, I ordered the 200-pack. The cost is phenominal, appx. $.44 per cup as compared to about $.80 per K cup at the store for other brands. It's four in the afternoon when my package was delivered (only days later) and I had to break it open. Yes this coffee was even better than high end brands I used to order from Seattle, as we just received the Keurig for Christmas, I was in a pickle as to which brand to keep and turned my nose up at the high per-cup prices. Thank you Kirkland for making a coffee supreme. Been a member since 2000 and you always set the bar."
Pros: great taste and not bitter, i can make a 12oz cup and the taste holds true
Cons: not sold in stores (yet)
"I had been enjoying Starbucks Verona coffee purchased at Costco, but they discontinued this item and replaced it with house blend. I tried the house blend and did not like it as much. After all of the positive reviews, I purchased the Pacific Bold and have found it to be very enjoyable. I highly recommend it. One thing I do not understand is that you cannot buy this coffee at the store, while Costco sells their lighter version that based upon the reviews few people really like. I also do not understand why Costco does not sample this coffee at the store. I believe that if they did, they would sell a bunch."
"I love full bodied and full flavored dark roast coffees. I can't do any that are watery or light. For that reason, I was mostly only using Starbucks' Verona K-cups. I figured I would try this Kirkland Bold variety - mostly b/c the price was so good. I must say - at 20 cents cheaper per K-cup - this is a great deal. Not only is it a great deal - I really enjoy the taste and fullness of the coffee. I'm really happy there is this option; this is my K-cup of choice right now."
"We wanted to try this and now having received it enjoy it very much. It can be made strong but it is not bitter. I will make one large cup and reuse the K-cup for a small cup to top off my travel mug. Of course the second cup is not as strong as the first one, but to top off the first full size it works for me. Will definitely be on my regular shopping list. Shipping was fast too, I had it delivered in 3 business days to my door. Awesome!"
Pros: great value wonderful flavor not light or weak
Cons: 200 cup minimum higher priced than in store
Model Number: Keurig B70
"I discovered this product around Thanksgiving and was extremely pleased. I've not seen it since at my local store so I came to the website. I'm wishing I had bought more than one box in November as the website costs more, which I'm confused by - perhaps it's shipping costs added in since no shipping is added to the order...don't know. I'm hoping to find it again locally and will definitely stock up as the value and flavor is fantastic!"
"I was reluctant to try this coffee after being hugely disappointed by the Kirkland Breakfast Blend, but I am glad that I did. The Pacific Bold compares favorably to the Newman's Special Blend or Starbuck's Verona. Although I wish this coffee were available in Costco stores (according to Costco customer service it is only available in stores in the Pacific Northwest), this will continue to be my primary coffee choice when using K-cups."
"Coffee is a very subjective. One person's bold may be harsh to another. As someone who usually enjoys a coffee that gets your attention, I just can't warm up to this one. I wanna like it, I've tried to like it, alas, we're not going to be friends. For me, this coffee is "harsh". Came as two boxes of 100. I'm taking back the 2nd box of 100. The coffee may be 1 star for me but Costco's Customer Service is still 5 star."
"At 45 cents/cup, this is first a great value. But what's even better is that the bold flavor ranks with far more expensive blends (such as Starbucks Verona). My wife and I are able to brew an 8 ounce cup (vs. a 6-ounce cup) and not sacrfice any flavor. Most of the other brands I wouldn't brew more than a 6 ounce cup, so factor that into the value as well. Don't get caught up in labels...Kirkland is really good!"
Cons: i will continue to buy only starbuck's k-cups.
"I bought this product hoping it would be just like the Kirkland 100% Columbian in the 3 lb. can. Disappointed in that the coffee is weak and the quality is variable. Some cups brew up reasonably strong while the next one is so weak you can see right through it. Why not use the same 100% Columbian in the Pacific Bold K-cup? That way you have a good coffee and do not have to deal with two separate coffees?"
"We were excited to see that Costco was going to be selling K-Cups... However, after purchasing 3 boxes of their brand, we will no longer buy it. Some of the K-Cups were filled fuller than others, sometimes the coffee, from the same box, tasted like old coffee, (you know what I mean, the "bottom of the pot" coffee. The reason we started using K-Cups!) Maybe, they'll do some quality control..."
Pros: nothing good to say about this kirkland k cup.
Cons: bitter acidic worst k cup i have tasted.
"Why this coffee has a good rating is a mystery to me. We usually love all the Costco "copy products" but this is an Epic Fail. We have been Keurig users since the beginning and have tried and like lots of the K cups, of course we have our favorites, mostly Tully's brand. This Kirkland Pacific Bold is terrible, very bitter, very acidic. Just don't buy it, any other K cup would be superior."
Pros: bold flavor as advertised, no bitterness, was on sale so was a great price
Model Number: Item #700044
"As a few others did, I felt like I was "taking a chance" by buying this brand & strength, on sale. This is excellent! It has the strong "bold" taste I wanted, and compares very favorably to Starbuck's medium roast, "lively and balanced." Now, if only Newman's Own could again offer a decaf as good -- like in the old days -- I wouldn't have to worry about the shakes after the usual 5 cups."