September 9, 2005
For hundreds of years, if someone ordered a cup of coffee, there was no question about what kind. Now, many Americans prefer their coffee decaffeinated. The ability to make that choice comes from the work of Ludwig Roselius, a coffee merchant in Bremen, Germany. In the early part of the last century, he developed a process that removed 97 percent of the caffeine from coffee beans, without altering their taste. He described the new coffee as "sans caffeine," which he shortened to "Sanka." Today, there's not only a decision to make about regular and decaf, but latte, cappuccino and espresso. Specialty coffee shops are increasingly popular. There are about 7,000 of them, selling $2 billion worth of coffee a year.
Thanks to Steven Johnson for sending this in!
At U.S. Newswire
September 2, 2005
We're pleased to announce Leah Stapleton has won the Bunn My Cafe single serve coffee brewer from CoffeeWhiz.com.
From Jim Evans at CoffeeWhiz.com:
"On behalf of myself and the staff here at CoffeeWhiz.com I would like to congratulate this month's mailing list winner Leah Stapleton. Please keep us in mind for all your coffee POD needs."
From our winner Leah Stapleton about Single Serve Coffee.com:
"I particularly like the coffee pod reviews, so I know what types of pods to try next, as well as the machine reviews. The forums are coming along well, too. Thanks for such an interesting site."
All mailing list members subscribed are eligible each month for the mailing list prize. As long as you continue to receive the mailings at the time of the giveaway you might win! We will be giving away more items this Fall, so remember to sign up.
August 29, 2005
Like we didn't know a perfect cup of coffee didn't produce some key benefits (including piece of mind). :-)
"When the Ink Spots sang "I love the java jive and it loves me" in 1940, they could not have known how right they were. Coffee not only helps clear the mind and perk up the energy, it also provides more healthful antioxidants than any other food or beverage in the American diet, according to a study released Sunday."
At Yahoo! News
August 19, 2005
It's vacation time at Single Serve Coffee.com. We'll be off the ether for about a week (not the coffee), taking some much needed R&R on the beach with friends.
The fall is shaping up to be a great season for Single Serve Coffee.com. We will have an exclusive review of the new Tassimo from Kraft when we return, along with more coffee pod reviews than you can handle.
A great way to keep up with Single Serve Coffee.com is to sign up for our mailing list. If you sign up right now you will be eligible to win a Bunn My Cafe from CoffeeWhiz.com
Also, if you haven't checked through the site here are some other categories that might interest your coffee needs: Bunn My Cafe, Coffee Gadgets & Accessories, Coffee Pod Reviews, Coffee Pods, Coffee Tables, Espresso Pods, Home Cafe, Keurig & K-Cups, Nespresso, Reviews, Senseo, Single Serve Coffee Machines, Super Automatic & ESE and Tassimo & T-Discs
And finally one more thing. If you like kitchen, shaving, poker, tennis, TV, fashion, and gps stuff you may want to check out some of our other sites.
Editor, Single Serve Coffee.com
August 17, 2005
Senseo is launching their new Forbidden fruits range. There will be 3 blends of coffee infused with fruit including in the picture - RAVING Reds! From what we can tell the flavors look to be Raspberry (Raving Red), Orange (Buzzer?) and one other fruit flavor. I hope we can see these stateside soon.
I was able to find a German site with some more info: Douwe Egberts SENSEO offers to you with "Forbidden Fruits " a completely new and daring coffee experience. Experience, how surprising taste can be, and can you from the unexpected combination of freshly gebruehtem coffee and intensive, fruchtigen and spicy flavours be enticed.
Thanks to CafePods for sending this in! If you know of more cool happenings in other part of the Single Serve Coffee world beside the US - !
August 16, 2005
We are very proud parents. Ummm...wow. Kitchen Contraptions.com comes in at 280. Single Serve Coffee.com comes in at 357. TV Snob.com comes in at 495. Can we get a bumper sticker for this kind of thing?
August 13, 2005
We wanted to let you know the Single Serve Coffee BETA Forums are open and there are a ton of really interesting threads you'll want to read.
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August 9, 2005
Tassimo has arrived! If you aren't familiar with Tassimo, Tassimo is a new single serve coffee brewer & system from Braun and Kraft. The Tassimo does not use coffee pods or K-Cups, but a new hot beverage brewing system in the form of T-Discs. Each T-Disc has a bar code on it to tell the machine how the hot beverage of your choice needs to be prepared. Tassimo is also the first single serve coffee system to have liquid milk instead of powdered milk to make cappuccinos and lattes. Tassimo can make single serve coffee. single serve crema coffee, espresso, lattes, cappuccinos, tea and best of all - HOT CHOCOLATE.
Update: You can now order Tassimo at Amazon.com.
Tassimo will launch at the end of this September with a SRP of $169.99 with coffee T-Discs in the $.50 per cup range and lattes and cappucinnos in the $1.00 per drink range. You can sign up on the Tassimo web site to be notified when Tassimo will be available.
We will be testing the machine over the next few weeks and will let you know how the Tassimo fares.
Update 12/07/2005: Read our full review of the Tassimo from Single Serve coffee.com
On this past Friday, we visited Green Mountain Coffee Roasters in Waterbury, VT. We aren't going to report all of our findings just yet, but we can tell you there are more K-Cup flavors coming like Fair Trade Wild Mountain Blueberry (Blueberry was a seasonal, but now will be permanent addition), a new French Vanilla, and others. The new flavors will be available September 19th.
Also, the Keurig B40 will be available in September at Green Mountain Coffee's web site, and that's just in time for you to pick one up for the holidays or back to school. Best of all, it should be priced at under $100.
On the visit front, I did get to participate in a cupping with two of Green Mountain Coffee Roaster's cuppers. It was a daunting amount of sniffing, coffee crust breaking, and slurping. We also have pictures of many of the machines that make those famous K-Cups.
Stay tuned for the article on the entire visit!
It's back to school time once again and many of your returning college students or college students themselves will need coffee that's quick and easy to make in their college apartment or college dorm. We recommend the following options when buying that college dorm room coffee maker in the single serve coffee arena.
Continue reading: "Best College Dorm & Apartment Single Serve Coffee & Espresso Makers"