September 9, 2013

Mr. Coffee Single Serve Coffee Brewer Review - BVMC-KG2 Model


Mr Coffee BVMC KG2 KCup Brewer

As the only person in my household to enjoy a nice cup of Joe occasionally, I was on the hunt for a new K-Cup brewer that wouldn't take up much counter space, and also make a fresh cup of coffee each time I wanted one. The Mr. Coffee single serve coffee maker fit the bill.

I saw the Mr. coffee machine and it was smaller and more slim line for the counter top so I bought this as an upgrade for my coffee indulgence. A single serve brewer is ideal for me due to the fact that I want to enjoy the rich strong blends available without the hassle of learning where to get them and the correct way to make them.

Mr Coffee Kcup brewer BVMC KG2 put kcups in

The k cups range provide me the flavors and the ease of making, I mean what can be simpler you pop in the K cup add water and away you go.One of the other benefits of course is the hot cocoa no more boiling the pan of milk and getting the temperature just right the K cup cocoa is delicious even the kids enjoy it.

The variety available is amazing even my local coffee house does not offer me 200 varieties or blends of coffee and can you imagine the cost of getting all those blends in yourself? With the K cups my only problem is choosing which to sit and enjoy first. The precise measures create the perfect cup of coffee to satisfy anyone from the novices to coffee experts.

The lack of water reservoir can be problematic when you have guests but then if you have lots of coffee drinkers round you would probably use other methods, however the BVMC-KG2 Mr. Coffee Single Serve Coffee Brewer also works with the Keurig My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter (not included) for brewing your own gourmet coffee if you are entertaining. Price is great as it is slightly cheaper than the Keurig mini brewer machines available.

Mr Coffee KCup brewer push button BVMC KG2 model

Now some people may want a big cup of coffee and the Mr. Coffee machine produces an 9 ounce cup fine but if you add more water the flavor is affected again if you want the bigger cups get the bigger machine or support your local coffee shops. When I travel I use a 18 ounce cup and all I do is simply brew one cup pour into my travel mug and then brew another, since my mug is thermal its no problem thanks to the speed involved with Mr. Coffee machine. It does have a removable drip tray however so you can get it to brew straight into some travel mugs.

It can have its faults for example for regular coffee drinkers it would be more beneficial to use a bigger version with a reservoir a more traditional machine even but then if you drink coffee all day everyday you probably wont be considering a single serve brewer, And if you like weak coffee probably not the best to use as it does produce a strong blend.

I've had the Mr. Coffee Machine now for just over a month and really have never looked back I still have so many flavors to try I am positive I will be enjoying for many more months to come. Definitely a recommendation once you try you will agree it really is a great value for money bit of kitchen kit.

A special thanks to Tom Wilson for sending us this awesome review.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 9, 2013 7:47 AM
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Mr. Coffee sent us one of these as a replacement for the recalled KG1 machine that we had. We haven't used it a whole lot over the course of the last 8 months or so but it definitely seems to work better than the original. The Kcup lid closes, and probably more importantly, stays closed better during the brew process. The reservoir holds a little more water than the original which also helps prevent overfilling which always led to a water leak when the old one heated up.

Posted by: AO at September 9, 2013 8:12 AM
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