December 2, 2011

Hamilton Beach Single Serve Scoop Coffee Maker - Use Any Coffee


Over at the SSC forums there's word on a new single serve coffee maker dubbed the Scoop from Hamilton Beach which allows you to use ground coffee with no pods or special filters required. You simply scoop up some coffee in the special filter, and then close the brew head. There are two metal scoops included for precise measuring ensuring the perfect cup of coffee, and you can can brew up to 14oz in as little as 1.5 minutes. The Scoop also fits a travel size or regular mug.

The Scoop single serve coffee maker brews hotter than the leading competitors per SCAA standards, and is made of a durable stainless steel construction. The Scoop will only set you back around $60 dollars as well.


The Hamilton Beach web site also has a video of the Scoop in action.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at December 2, 2011 6:33 AM
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I’ve been watching this one for a little while now. I think that the filter basket doubling as a scoop is a novel idea but it seems like you would be dragging a wet basket/scoop through your can or bag of coffee. So unless you rinse and dry the filter after every use and only use it once a day you may be better of leaving the basket in place and using a different scoop to get your coffee in there. I haven’t seen it up close but depending on the size of the filter you may even be able to drop a coffee pod in there and simplify the whole cleanup process.

Posted by: luvmycuppa at December 8, 2011 3:36 PM

This is awesome news!

Finally I can get my Single Cup Folgers Classic Roast Coffee again.

Folgers made me made as hell when they killed their pods for crappy no classic roast kcups, nasty freeze dried singles & classic roast coffee tea bags. Coffee in tea bags makes no sense at all, why?

Posted by: B. Moore at December 2, 2011 12:54 PM
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