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From local residents to tourists, the Green Mountain Coffee® Cafe and Visitor welcomes all guests to the Historic Waterbury Train Station. After a complete refresh of the interior in the summer of 2016, the landmark uniquely celebrates Green...more
This is not a factory tour. It is a great coffee shop that has different educational displays about coffee, their brand, and their partnership with Keurig. They also have a shop for Keurig machines/cups/etc. Attached is also a visitor center for the city with volunteers...More
The visitor center is conveniently located next to the Green Mountain Cafe. Lots of interesting facts about the area and very close to free coffee samples of Green Mountain brews in the cafe. We sampled all of them and were able to buy individual pods...More
My family and I, who are avid drinkers of Green Mountain Coffee, decided to visit the source. The building itself is very nice, but the exhibits are little more than placards describing how the coffee is made. However, there was a neat map there displaying...More
YOu can buy K cups here but they are not cheap. They have samples of coffee to try or you can get some and if you are interested in where the coffee comes from or to see the old train station then stop. Otherwise just...More
This is misleading. As many other reviewers below wrote, you would think this is a factory and tours would be available. Don’t be mistaken. It’s a normal cafe with no more coffee varieties or food options than any other. The coffee they serve is good....More
Response from ecpoteralski | Reviewed this property |
They had a small variety here. You could buy 12 different dingle brew pods for a decent price. Under 20.00. They also had larger packs, but you could only buy one variety. For example, I bought a variety pack, picked out... More
They had a small variety here. You could buy 12 different dingle brew pods for a decent price. Under 20.00. They also had larger packs, but you could only buy one variety. For example, I bought a variety pack, picked out the single cup k- cups that I wanted to try and paid for that. I also bought a box of breakfast blend that had 24 pods for 14.99. I had expected more from this place and was disappointed about how little variety there was. You can also buy a cup of hot coffee and they had some baked goods as well. I hope this helped.