September 17, 2007

Zevro Sugar and More Dispenser for Coffee

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Tired of that sugar mess all over your counter? We are too. Zevro has designed the Indispensable Sugar 'N More to alleviate said mess. The Indispensable Sugar 'N More was designed to let you have sugar and other powders conveniently on hand and dispense with just one hand too. The Indispensable Sugar 'N More Dispenser's lets you choose the amount dispensed to either ¼, ½ or one teaspoon by changing to another of the 3 measurement accessories included with each dispenser. These measurement tools enable the Indispensable Sugar 'N More Dispenser to dispense a measured and consistent amount each time.

  • Dispenses a measured and consistent amount each time
  • Easy to use and refill
  • Keeps out moisture and air
  • Can change amount dispensed to either ¼, ½ or 1 teaspoon
  • Handy settings: sprinkle, pour and closed

At Zevro EMY100 Indispensable Sugar Dispenser

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August 3, 2007

Single Serve Bistro Mug French Press

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We don't think you can get any more single serve coffee than this tiny little french press that fits inside a clear coffee mug from Bodum. Sure you'll have to use ground coffee and perhaps a little elbow grease, but we expect the results will be worth it.

Via at Bistro Mug Coffee Press By Bodum

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July 13, 2007

Fuel Cell Beverage Heater Keeps Your Single Serve Coffee Hot


We like our single serve coffee hot, and if it starts to slip below a certain level of hotness, we often resort to horrible measures like the microwave or just brewing another cup (okay not so horrible). In the future it looks like we'll all benefit from this little device that hangs on the side of your coffee cup and keeps your beverage hot. The Portable Beverage Heater is a molded plastic, single-use device that can be clipped to the side of a mug. It creates heat from solid and organic body form using fuel cell and its thermographic ink changes color to indicate when the beverage is hot.

So far this new coffee mug heater is just a concept from designer Seungheon Lee, but one can hope that in the future this device gets produced to keep all of our coffee a little hotter.

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July 3, 2007

Senseo Presso Espresso Coffee Pods and Holder Arrive for Review

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We just received our Senseo Espresso Starter box from Germany. Yep - this is only available in Europe and that's a bummer, but if you can get one (try ebay), you can make Espresso with your Senseo coffee maker. This kit will only work in your Senseo Standard editions.

From the site:

Enjoy type Espresso with Senseo® It a small cup of strong, qualitatively high-quality coffee with fine Crema - and in the hand turning! But Douwe Egberts and Philips developed a completely new technology - consisting of the special Senseo® type Espresso Pads and the special Senseo® type Espresso PAD owner. Simply strongly.
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June 14, 2007

Smart Lid Protects Idiots Against Hot Coffee


This is a great idea for people who just can't seem to remember that coffee is REALLY HOT - make the the lid of your single serve coffee grow a bit more red if the coffee is really hot and then make it a nice maroon if it's cooler. Seems like a no brainer and something that McDonald's and other restaurants should look into for those hot coffee - sue the restaurant type of customer.

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May 3, 2007

Review: Java Wand - The Single Serve Coffee French Press Glass Straw

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We've spent over two weeks with the Java Wand. What is a Java Wand? For us, it's basically a mini-french press on the end of a large glass straw. You can take your Java Wand just about anywhere, as it comes with a travel case that holds the want and 2 tablespoons of coffee. We didn't travel that far with our Java Wand, but we did have some really amazing coffee using it.

The Java Wand is also not a single serve coffee maker per se, but it is a very nice alternative to making a cup of single serve coffee from a machine. The Java Wand is also very transformational in how it makes you sit back and relax a bit more with your coffee. So as you can see - we do like the Java Wand...but do we like the entire experience of drinking hot coffee through a glass straw?

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April 23, 2007

Cream and Sugar In One Coffee Gadget


Want to put your milk and sugar into one container instead of two? The Newton milk and sugar set from Finnish company Tonfisk Design allows you to put the sugar and cream in the same container, so you don't have to fiddle with multiple containers when you're fixing your coffee. The Newton always keeps the sugar bowl component level, as the milk container is tilted to pour out the cream. We're not sure how well the Newton will work with granulated sugar, or if this is a sugar cube-only device. We'd be willing to try out some cubes just to see the look on someone's face at a dinner party when they ask for cream or a little sugar.

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April 19, 2007

Java Wand - The Single Serve Coffee French Press Glass Straw

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We've just received the Java Wand to review here at Single Serve Coffee. Having read endlessly about it, and with a little more time on our hands we've decided to try out this interesting single serve coffee straw. What is a Java Wand?

The Java Wand™ is a mini French Press filter attached to a hand crafted glass straw that brews and filters coffee, tea leaves, herbs, and infusions in the convenience of an ordinary cup. The Java Wand is packaged in a lightweight, indestructible carry case that contains a special compartment to transport your favorite coffee or tea.

We've also received a bunch of different ground coffee from Justin at to try with our Java Wand, since we really try and stick to only coffee pods, k cups, t discs, and the like. We'll give you our impressions and review very soon. But just from using the Java Wand this morning, it's an interesting and one could say - magical coffee experience.

At Java Wand and Java Wand

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April 13, 2007

I Pod...Do You? Coffee Pod T-Shirts

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"I Pod...Do You?" and Baronet coffee have teamed up to create the ultimate coffee pod t-shirt. For the true "POD" people, you can now order an extra large or large sized single serve coffee shirt. The shirt comes packed like a giant coffee pod in a an individual wrapper and it's even vacuum packed.

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April 4, 2007

A Coffee Cup “Rim Roller”


We don't have Tim Horton's here in Boston (Tim Horton's is a coffee and donut shop and they have some soups), but we do have them where we grew up in Northern Maine. It seems each year they have a roll up the Rim to Win contest, which means millions of people need to roll up that coffee rim to see if they won a prize. In what can only be called the most single use single serve coffee gadget we've ever seen - we give you the Rim Roller.

So, if you're too lazy to roll that rim with your fingers or with a little bite and roll in the mouth, we suggest you get one for the upcoming Roll the Rim to Win season.

Via Toolmonger at Lee Valley

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