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K Cup Review

Updated on February 26, 2010

What is a K Cup?

The K Cup is single serving in the best way possible. Keurig has created a new way to satisfy those avid coffee drinkers among us by creating a disposable and clean way to make coffee in 60 seconds. We all know that coffee is one of the biggest motivators to get up and get going, but it could be an easier process. The K Cup is an all inclusive brewing system that comes in several sizes so you can choose how much you want to brew on the go. There are several flavors to fill your breakfast needs such as dark roast, hazelnut, and lover's collection.

Why Choose the K Cup

Keurig has designed the K Cup to give convenience to us coffee addicts out there. The complex design of the single cup does most of the work, and saves you money. The coffee filter and grounds are kept safe and tight in the cup, which means no more coffee grinders or filters. Also the coffee is brewed inside of the cup, so no more dirty coffee pots that you have to spend time washing out. Not to mention you can choose the size and brewing strength. The K Cup makes it easy, and fast to make your coffee and get on with your life. Don't take this K Cup review for granted.

How to Brew

I'm sure you're wondering how this works. Its rather simple actually. The first step is to place a K cup of your choice into the Keurig Coffee maker. The coffee maker then punctures the foil lid on the top of the K cup and forces boiling water through the filter system and into a mug. That's all there is to it. In this same process you can brew a cup of tea, hot chocolate, or another wacky invention Keurig decides to come up with next.

Have your cocoa and drink it too.

For the non-coffee drinkers, they have just released Green Mountain Hot Cocoa. A new way to make hot cocoa like they make in cafes but for a fraction of the price. Also because it is made with water, rather than milk, it contains fewer calories. Green Mountain has flavors such as traditional milk chocolate, white chocolate, and dark chocolate.

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See also: My K Cup - A Reusuable, Environmentally friendly, Coffee filter for Keurig Coffee makers.

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    • zaureny profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      My apologies for the delay. Thanks for reading.

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      Dan Rowe 

      7 years ago

      great tips and helpful, Zaureny


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