March 20, 2014

Remington iCup - Keurig K-Cup Compatible Single Serve Brewer

Icup k cup brewer with steam brewer technology

Remington iCup will be the first single-serve coffee brewing system to use rotational SteamBrew technology. iCup is a breakthrough technology for the single-serve brewer industry, providing a superior tasting cup of coffee as compared with your favorite Keurig K-Cup or K-type equivalent.

iCup uses iCoffee's patented rotational SteamBrew technology to steam and stir the coffee grounds in all Keurig and K-type compatible cups. This rotational brewing technology creates a brewing environment that extracts rich, smooth flavors without the bitter-acidic aftertaste often associated with drip and single-serve coffee brewers. We’ve never used the iCoffee drip brewer but we have read many reviews saying how amazing it is.

The iCup will accept all K-Cups - including the new Keurig 2.0 cups. How does the iCup work? The iCup uses a patent-pending rotational jet inside the K-Cup that steams and stirs the coffee at the optimum brewing temperature to release maximum flavor.


The iCup brewer is also the first to use a patent-pending Dial-a-Brew cup size selector that provides the user with any brew strength between 6- and 18-ounces depending on the configuration. iCup will be produced in four models and comes loaded with different features to accommodate every coffee lover's lifestyle. Some models will include a built-in storage space within the brewer that conveniently holds eight coffee pods.

Given that Keurig has announced a 2.0 interactive K-Cup reader system requiring consumers to use only Keurig licensed interactive K-Cups this Fall, the iCup give you a choice to be able to brew any K-Cups including non-licensed Keurig 2.0 K-Cups. With the iCup you will have the ability  to use your favorite Keurig K-Cup or K-type equivalent from makers including Kraft (Maxwell House, Gevalia), Rogers Family Coffee, Sturm Foods, Kroger and Safeway. iCup will be available at retail by third quarter 2014.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 20, 2014 7:32 AM
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I purchased a opus coffee maker and liked the sample coffees that were in the new box. Where can I find those mountain fresh K-cups? Tks.

Posted by: Jim at December 7, 2016 5:17 PM

Steam is much hotter than the ideal water temperature for coffee extraction. Steam literally destroys volatile and fragile components of coffee. This iCup thingy is a stupid idea. It should go down in flames.

Posted by: david bogie at May 3, 2014 5:31 PM

good question AB. maybe KGM doesn't understand they no longer have patent protection and that there are other companies out there that will bring to market coffee and brewers that consumers want rather than having a big corporate entity tell them what they can and can't have.
k2.0=new coke?

Posted by: Robert at March 26, 2014 12:37 PM

Why role out a new edition to your brewer that will only use licensed K-Cups if you are going to allow other makers to use both? I do not get it. Why buy the 2.0 if other makers can use both?

Posted by: AB at March 20, 2014 9:04 AM
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