May 8, 2008

Keurig Mini B30 Single Serve Coffee Brewer to Debut this Fall

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The Keurig Mini single serve coffee brewer will debut this Fall for $79, and be based on the Keurig B130, according to the information we received from this week's Green Mountain Coffee conference call.

Here's what we know:

"This fall we will be introducing a new consumer brewer at a new, lower retail price point of $79. This brewer will be called the Keurig Mini B30, and is based on our fourth generation brewing technology that is used in our current hotel in-room brewer. The brewer will heat water and brew a cup of coffee, tea or hot coca in less than three minutes. It's smaller than our other at-home brewers, and it will be offered in black, white and red. The Keurig Mini B30 has targeted consumers who want a Keurig brewer for occasional use in home offices, small kitchens, recreational vehicles, dormitory rooms and so forth. This will be a fun product, and we even plan to offer a tote bag as an accessory for the brewer and K-Cups."

We were so impressed with the Keurig B130 from our review, we basically called their bluff on debuting a similar brewer for the home and office space when we did our review.

From our review of the Keurig B130:

"The design is also really interesting. This Keurig brewer is the smallest Keurig available, and the footprint alone makes it perfect for your camp, camping, travel trailer, or at the office on your desk. That's if Keurig ever releases this brewer to the general public and not just hotels."

We'll have more details on the Keurig Mini B30 single serve coffee brewer as we find out. If you're looking for a Keurig single serve brewer now, check out the Keurig Elite B40 Brewer, Keurig B50, Keurig Special Edition Ultra Elite B60, Keurig B70 Brewer, Breville BKC600XL Gourmet Single Cup Brewer, and other Keurig K Cup brewers.

You may also want to read our review of the Keurig B130 single serve coffee brewer to see what the Keurig Mini may be like.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 8, 2008 7:34 AM

Recent Comments

Finally someone make a machine that doesn't use a water tank or leave water inside the machine after use. I never like the idea of having water inside the machine that might have a chance of growing mold. This way I can add fresh water at anytime I want a cup of coffee.


Posted by: C at August 9, 2008 7:20 PM

I have been carrying my Keurig (home size) on business and vacation trips sinceI don't like what the hotels have to offer in coffee. I will be one of the first in line for the new mini offered to the general public!


Posted by: k at May 11, 2008 4:30 PM

Nice, I had been holding-off getting a Keurig since the machines aren't widely available in Atlantic Canada and since the cost of K-Cups is $13-16/box up here, but since this is mainly for occasional usage, I might be tempted to pick one up if they keep Canadian MSRP around the same level as the $80 USD MSRP.

Any attempt by a manufacturer to make their products more affordable to their customers is always a big A+ in my books!


Posted by: SH at May 8, 2008 8:21 AM
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