This year we flirted with disaster and decided to mess with one of the most sacred and coveted processes; the making of the mighty cup of COFFEE. It began with an instant double volley. Debbie bought me a Keurig Mini B30 one cupper, and I got her the larger B60 model. Dualing Christmas presents if you will. I was skeptical, since we're both sort of Coffee-Snobs. While we don't (yet) roast our own, but we DO grind our own beans. The price of the individual K-cups is not cheap, but there are deals to be had, and the clincher for me was when I discovered the My K-Cup reusable filter, meaning no more total reliance on those oft-pricey K-Cups. It's only been 5 days so I'm not sure if it's a novelty thing, but we sure love these things. I had both coffee and English Breakfast tea this morning. Yes there are Tea K-Cups, as well as Cocoa / Hot Chocolate. The cost is in the 40 cents per cup range; not cheap but with our regular pot, I notice we throw lots of coffee down the drain so I'm not sure we were getting off much cheaper. One thing I can say though, these things make a consistent cup of coffee at 192 F. The larger model can adjust the temperature, as well as cup size (no bra jokes please). Anyway, drop by for a cup...
|The B60 for the Kitchen|
|The B30, for my office :)|
|How a K-Cup does it|
|The reusable filter|
|I haven't tried the Kahlua yet...|