August 4, 2006

Refill a Used K-Cup With Your Own Coffee

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If you really want to learn the art of refilling K-Cups - we've got an amazing find in the SingleServeCoffee.com Forums. You'll need some Glad Press and Seal, along with some patience, but overall it looks pretty straightforward. We like the fact it can be done and also that it's very eco-friendly. Thanks to forum member "roxie" for coming up with such a cool interesting single serve coffee idea.

What do you think about refilling a used K-Cup? I've tried it and the following method works fine, and I didn't notice any negative impact on taste by refilling one time. The following method allows me to set up many K-Cups with different types of coffee in advance. Let me know what you think?


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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 4, 2006 8:12 AM
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Cut a square piece of foil and place on top of cleaned used K-Kup enough to go around lip of kup a bit extra so you can form around K-Kup .After ready alot of ideas .I put my thinking cap on & did this just awhile ago and for me It works.Try this & would like to hear this worked for you too :)


Posted by: GramBug at January 23, 2011 8:51 PM

"Or.... you could just buy the reusable cup & filter for under $10 at Walmart and not need to screw around like this."

Lol.

My wife recently bought one of these machines and now our coffee tastes worse and is at least ten time more expensive. Also, we generate more waste as well.


Posted by: jcampb at March 18, 2010 2:19 AM

Or.... you could just buy the reusable cup & filter for under $10 at Walmart and not need to screw around like this.


Posted by: Java Guy at February 19, 2010 3:47 PM

Has anybody thought of making a tasimo refill you could use the existing plastic container take of the foil put you own coffe in and reseal the tasimo pod put the bar code lable on. The problem would be is what to reseal the pod with any suggestions


Posted by: alanhar at March 24, 2007 8:30 AM
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