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Thread: Keurig and K-cup research
- 02-16-2012 12:06 PM #11
I LOVE my Keurig. It saves so much time and is so easy to use. I use it daily. I purchased it last year, and without a doubt have used it 6-7 times a week since then.
- 02-17-2012 07:59 AM #12
I get these Link to Donut shop 50 pack k-cups becuse its 50 for $30 (most other places its to expensive). sometimes I use Refillable K-Cups becuase they are cheaper, I can use my own beans, and there is less waste... The only down side to the refillable ones is it takes a extra step... To me the whole reson for the k-cups is fast and easy.
- 04-07-2012 10:25 AM #13
Last edited by littlesigh; 04-07-2012 at 10:27 AM.
- 04-08-2012 02:23 AM #14
I have a Keurig machine and I brew 2-3 times a day for my daily intake of coffee. It hasn't really change as compared to the past year. And usually I'd like to try something new if any by the K Cup selections. Else usually I'd just stick to my usual selection of roast and most of them are from Green Mountain range.
- 05-04-2012 01:28 PM #15
A couple of months ago, I decided to invest in a Platinum Keurig machine for the sake of wasting a pot of coffee, and the time it takes to brew each morning. I brew one cup every day, and it's super convenient! However, I've noticed that Kcup prices have been rising so I am looking for less expensive alternative options. Has anyone tried San Francisco Bay OneCups? They sound like they would work on my machine, and cost less on my wallet. I'm looking at the French Roast in particular, OneCup French Roast | Single Serve Coffee | Gourmet Coffee. Any thoughts?
- 05-04-2012 01:37 PM #16
You can always buy the refillable k-cup baskets to use any coffee you like.
- 05-05-2012 06:18 AM #17
If you do a "Google" search for K-cup filters, you find lots of information about a variety of products for your machine. There are ways to use your own ground coffee, and make it how you like it with much less expense. You can even buy disposable paper filters for your K-cup basket (or make your own) to help make the cleanup chore easier.
- 05-08-2012 01:44 PM #18
Thanks for the insight, lw and Rose! I'm usually rushing out the door in the mornings, and don't want to revert back to grinding the coffee beans, refilling the filters and cleaning up. I take it that you guys haven't tried the SF Bay OneCups yet.
- 12-10-2012 07:17 PM #19
Rose, I do have a Keurig and it is so much easier to fix a cup of coffee before work that I wouldn't have it any other way. And the coffee is really good.
- 03-02-2013 03:27 PM #20
I have one myself and I really love it a lot! Its so much easier to brew coffee with it. I don't even have to worry about putting too much coffee beans and too little water, or the other way around. Makes life alot simpler. Anyhow i was doing a google search and seen this site called fixthatkeurig.com. don't know much about it, but its suppose to be all about keurigs, both home and business versions. not alot of info on there, but it has some things on there.
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