May 25, 2006

Ball-And-Socket Coffee Mugs

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Both functional and a bit fashionalbe, these Ball-and-socket-handle mugs for retail for $50. the mugs feature a mug rack that allows you to put your coffee cup away by inserting the ball into the socket. Reminds us of someone around the SingleServeCoffee.com telling us we must have coffee mugs attached at the hip given all the coffee we drink. Well now at least we can simulate it.

Designed by one Chaiyut Plypetch they’re available from Gnr8.

Via OhGizmo! at Gnr8

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May 19, 2006

Brew-in-Cup Tea/Coffee Maker

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Our good friend Josh Spear found this gem over at the Moma Store. The Brew-In-Cup Coffee maker is fitted with a fine, stainless-steel mesh infuser. This glass cup and saucer set lets you brew a single perfect cup quickly and neatly using your favorite loose tea or freshly ground coffee. It's also dishwasher safe.

At MoMAstore via Josh Spear

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May 17, 2006

Palmers Caffeine Tights

SlimfitWho doesn't want to make a cup of single serve coffee and then put on your Slimfit Palmers Caffeine Tights for an extra caffeine injection for your legs? These Palmers "Slim Fit 20" Caffeine Tights are imbued with caffeiene "micro capsules" which are activated by body heat. The product claims to improve skin elasticity, burn fat and tighten leg tissue. There's even a claim that If one wears the tights daily for 28 days, they can expect a "reduction in thigh measurement of up to 2cm."

The "Slim Fit 20" Caffeine Tights run £26.90 ($51) pack for a 3 pair. The site doesn't mention how long you can expect a single pair to be effective...but we can bet it's longer than your cup of coffee typically stays hot.

Via Shiny Shiny at Product Page

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May 16, 2006

Preva xSport Portable Espresso Maker

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Portable espresso or making coffee of any type on the go seems to be coming of age. We've seen the Aeropress, in-car espresso makers, and now the Preva xSport Portable Espresso maker for camping, rv-ing, and backpacking.

This ultra-compact espresso maker will make espresso on the go and is compact, light, and durable. Preva has a pretty exhaustive FAQ for any question you might have about the xSport Portable Espresso maker. We could see this being a pretty good choice for a long weekend hike or perhaps making a double shot cafe Americano on the side of a mountain.

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May 11, 2006

Mountain Safery Research Hiking Mugmate Single Serve Coffee Filter

3176 LFor everyone here in the Northeast hiking season is upon us again. For making great coffee on the side of a mountain - well - you't don't have that many options. We think the Mountain Safety Research Mugmate Coffee/Tea Filter looks like it might be a great way to make coffee while hiking. We also think the Aeropress, though a bit larger, would also make an amazing coffee maker for hiking as well.

Great for grumpy mornings and chilly nights....Read More...No campsite meal is complete without a fresh-brewed cup of joe. After all, you didn't come to the mountains to suffer. Weighing in at under an ounce, and with no paper filters to dispose of, the MugMate Coffee/Tea Filter works with almost any mug or cup and packs away inside it.

At Mountain Safety Research Mugmate Coffee/Tea Filter

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May 5, 2006

In-Car Single Serve Coffee Maker from Audi

Audiwmf Imagine driving to work in the morning and firing up your in-car single serve coffee maker for a nice cup of coffee. Wow. This marks the second concept we've seen in less than two weeks surrounding getting a coffee maker into your car. Hey - we treat our cars like mobile music, entertainment, and works of art - why not treat them like a single serve coffee maker on wheels too?

The WMF espresso machine features in Audi's latest concept car (the Roadjet) and sits neatly in the central arm rest between the passenger. WMF claim their machine is "fully functional" and "provides fresh coffee at the touch of a button". Now presuming you'll have to top this up before you set off on a journey, I would be very worried about a spillage occuring during a traffic slowdown.

Via Tech Digest

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The Lock-Cup - Lockable Coffee Cup

LockcupWe're pretty sure we might want to lock the top of a coffee cup to keep people at a diner from pouring more coffee in and ruining the mix, however this lockable cup is more for people who share for instance a kitchen in a Company.

The cup has a hole, that can only be closed with a special key, so only the owner of the cup can use it with the key.

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May 4, 2006

Roast Your Own Single Serve Coffee

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We know everyone who visits here is in search of a single cup of perfect coffee and often times we forget that it doesn't just have to be coffee pods, K-Cups or even Nespresso Coffee Capsules. Sometimes here at SingleServeCoffee.com we take out our Eco-Pad reuseable coffee filter, K-Cup Reuseable Coffee Filter or our Aeropress and get some fresh roasted coffee at our local Whole Foods. It's a nice change and you feel really empowered to see what amount of coffee works and what method has different tastes and textures.

We have recently been introduced by friends to home roasting using a hot air popcorn popper. There is a great series of photos on Flickr that’ll explain and show you how to roast your own coffee with this method. We think this might be a nice addition to our coffee exploration here at Single Serve Coffee. Check out the photo expose and see what you think. We think we're up for it.

Via Lifehacker at Flickr

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April 21, 2006

Keurig My K-Cup Reuseable Coffee Filter at Amazon.com

The Keurig My K-Cup reuseable coffee filter is now available at Amazon.com for $15. We recently reviewed this little wonder and found it to be quite good. Plus if you need to convince someone in your household to finally bite the bullet and get a single serve coffee machine, then telling them they can use any coffee they want will help them get over their outdated drip coffee maker.

The Keurig My K-Cup reuseable coffee filter will work in the Keurig B-40 Elite, Keurig B-60 Special Edition, and Keurig B70 brewers.

At Keurig My K-Cup Reuseable Coffee Filter

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March 24, 2006

Start Stirring with the Whirl Wind Coffee Cup

Whirl Wind CupWe think we need a littlw "WHIRL" in our single serve coffee. Hong Kong's Gadget Store Brando just put on sale the ultimate coffee cup to get your morning "WHIRL" started! The Whirl Wind Cup stirs your coffee automatically by pushing a button.

Who really needs to stir your cup of single serve coffee using - what? A spoon? Coffee stirrer? Not for the staff at Single Serve Coffee.com - we're joining the future of stirring. The Whirl Wind Cup is powered by 2 AAA batteries and can also be used as a small stirring machine. The Whirl Wind Cup sells for $22 on Brando and Brando also has a video of the cup in action on the product page.

Via I4U News at Brando

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