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What do you mean by Extra bold coffee?


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bold = dark, so extra bold = extra dark. bold/dark refers to the body of the coffee, same as how you would describe whole milk (bold/dark) vs. nonfat milk (light) vs. 2% milk (medium)

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Yes, if by extra bold you mean dark roast. Caffeine is destroyed by heat, so the longer roasting reduces the caffeine content of dark roast coffee (contrary to popular opinion which thinks of dark roast coffee as "stronger" somehow). By the way, the darker roast also burns off many of the subtle flavors in good coffees, which is why a lot of mass-market coffee shops over -roast their coffee, to disguise the poor quality of the beans they are using. Ergo, dark roast coffee means less caffeine, less coffee flavor (but more of that delicious charcoal flavor) and thinner body.

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Green Mountain Coffee has a great variety of coffee to meet the needs of consumers. You can select from regular, decaf, flavored, seasonal, extra bold, iced, and organic. Also, you can even select the roast style ranging from light to dark roast.

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As of today an Extra Large Tim Horton's coffee is $1.72

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Using a K-Cup to make coffee is really simple and a tutorial can be found on YouTube or on the instruction manual that usually comes when you purchase the K-Cup. There are lots of flavors one can choose from such as Extra Bold, Breakfast Blend and more.


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