Written by admin | Posted February 2, 2009 – 2:51 pm Keurig Elite B40 Single Serve Coffee Brewer

Ideal for entertaining, this 1500-watt single-serve home-brewing system brews a fresh cup of gourmet coffee or tea in less than a minute. The unit uses Keurig’s patented K-Cups, which offer over 70 varieties of pre-measured gourmet coffee and tea from a variety of premium brands.

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Single Cup Coffee Makers
comment Comments Off Written by admin on January 22, 2009 – 7:45 pm
single cup coffee maker

single cup coffee maker

People absolutely love coffee and tons of coffee makers are manufactured and sold each year. The problem with most coffee makers is that they are usually designed to make ten to twelve cups of coffee per brew. Whilst this is fine for the office or restaurant, it will all be enjoyed, but a casual coffee drinker doesn't need all that coffee. Its a big waste of coffee and resources. With an average coffee maker, if you only drink one or two cups a day, you are wasting between eight and ten cups. That's a lot of coffee, over time! Whats more if you buy the big cans of coffee, it will most likely get stale after a while. These are all great reasons you might want a single cup coffee maker.

Single cup coffee makers are perfect for individuals that just want a better cup of coffee than a normal coffee pot offers. Single cup coffee makers give you a higher quality cup of coffee because it is designed for just that. One premium cup of coffee brewed quickly. Other regular coffee makers will brew more at a time but they are designed for speed not quality.

Single cup coffee makers tend to be a bit more expensive than multi-cup coffee makers. This is because normally the only coffee you can use in them is sold in a "pod" form. This is basically a self contained package that has coffee inside little flat oval shaped filters, or specially make discs or cups. If you browse your grocery store aisles, you should be able to see what sells and what doesn't. It is good to keep this in mind so you don't buy a new coffee maker only to have it obsolete and useless in just a few months. There are a few name brands such as Tassimo, Keurig, Senseo and Mr. Coffee that you can't go wrong with but you should definitely shop around and read some coffee maker reviews and comparisons before making your purchase.

Each single cup coffee maker will be unique. Some will let you adjust the strength you desire or if you want four or eight ounces of coffee. Some will let you put foam or froth on top of each cup. There are many different options available to you, do your research to find the one that suits you. Consider asking your family and friends for recommendations, even go round and try a cup or two!

There are many places you can purchase a single cup coffee maker online and offline. The most obvious choice is a retail store that has many different types lined up on a shelf. This lets you see what they look like, what they do, the quality and what they offer. Appearance is important because if your entire kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a black plastic pot may not fit the theme of your kitchen. Price is always a factor because if something will do the exact same thing for $50.00 less, you might want to give it a shot and upgrade if necessary further down the road.

One very small drawback with single cup coffee makers is that they can only make one cup at a time. If you have many guests you will have to run back and forth, replace coffee pods, and make individual cups. Your guests might appreciate the higher quality, and the choice of blend, so that is a choice you will have to make.

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