Vue(TM) Pack Barista Prima Coffeehouse Vanilla Latte Frother for Keurig® Vue Brewers -16 Count
Enjoy a fresh cup of coffee or tea anytime with the Vue pack single serves, for exclusive use with the Keurig® Vue brewers. Each Vue pack contains the precise grind and quantity of coffee, tea or cocoa, sealed in an airtight package with a built-in paper filter. The brewing process takes place right inside the disposable cup with no messy grinding, dripping or cleanup. This specially-designed Cafe Beverage variety requires the use of two Vue packs for each brew. Each box of 16 Cafe Beverage Vue packs includes 8 coffees and 8 frothers.
Vue(TM) Pack Barista Prima Coffeehouse Vanilla Latte Frother for Keurig® Vue Brewers -16 Count 6 6
VERY Little Froth Although the Vanilla has a nice flavor and no aftertaste, Keurig could have worked a LOT harder to get the "Frothing step" to actually produce FROTH... BEFORE releasing the new VUE coffeemaker. It is weaK at best. Try putting a small amout of creamer in the cup before you start the frothing process, it produces a tiny bit more froth, but is still minimal. July 30, 2012
I think this coffee is GGGRRREAT! This particular flavor of coffee is both enjoyable and affordable. It leaves a pleasant taste on the palate and could compete with the much more expen$ive coffees served at the coffee houses which have popped up at every corner in the past couple of decades. Give it a try. All you have to lose is is twelve bucks! June 29, 2012
Yuck It makes no sense that the frother is first. By the time the coffee is done brewing, the froth is gone. I have not tried making this in 2 seperate cups and then adding the froth on top, but it may work. Sounds like too much of a hassle to be honest. I will not buy this again. Note, you also can make this in the higher ounces. If I recall correctly, 8oz is the max. June 1, 2012
Way too sweet, no froth And why would you put the frother in first, then pour the coffee on top. Shouldn't it be the other way around. You end up with a cup of coffee with sweet milk and no froth. Not good. March 28, 2012