Keurig Coffee Cups
K-Cups are standardly portioned ground coffee and filter cups for use with the Keurig Brewing System. Many coffee roasters are now producing K-cups filled with their particular blend of coffee.
The caffeine content of K-Cups is a bit tricky to narrow down because of the varied brands and blends available. However, we estimate that an 8 floz cup of coffee using the standard 2 oz K-Cup would yield between 75-125 mg of caffeine, which is what Keurig reports as the range.
There are 'half-caff' pods that have, well, half the caffeine of a regular pod.
The pod shown is the original Green Mountain Breakfast Blend (Green Mountain Coffee Roasters is the original name - by 2018 the owning company was called Keurig Dr Pepper).
K-cups consist of ground coffee, a filter, and other packaging material.
There are also "extra bold" K-Cups available and according to Keurig's website, they have 30% more ground coffee in them than the regular K-Cup. This would increase the caffeine content to around 150mg/ 8oz cup.
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Ingredients in K-Cup CoffeeVaried Blends Of Ground Arabica Coffee And Water
Is K-Cup Coffee high in caffeine?
K-Cup Coffee contains 100 mg of caffeine in a 8 fl oz cup.
This equates to 12.50 mg of caffeine for every fl oz and 42.27 mg for every 100 ml.