One-cup wonders may be the next big thing. I would have to agree. The main reason I got a Single Serve Coffee machine was the fact that I either drank the entire 12 cup pot - or - the coffee after the first cup wasn't really that good. I tried carafes - hot water machines - you name it.
"That's the prediction from many in the industry who say single-serve coffeemakers could brew the biggest revolution in homemade java since the advent of automatic drip in the early 1970s. The bold, new trend: One cup at a time."
I'm not sure how many of these promotions we'll cover - but Amazon does have a killer deal right now - essentially making the purchase of a Senseo and a thing of Pods about $70 bucks versus $90-100 (depending on where you would buy it).
"Receive a promotional certificate for $20 off a future Amazon.com purchase when you spend $99 on Kitchen & Housewares products. Offer valid through May 9, 2004. (Applies only to products sold by Amazon.com. Does not apply to products sold by third-party merchants and other sellers through the Amazon.com site.) Amazon.com : Spend $99 in our Kitchen & Housewares or Outdoor Living Stores, Get $20 off a Future Purchase at Amazon.com
We are very excited to offer everything and anything we can find about the new Single Serve Coffee craze finally sweeping the United States, Europe, and the rest of the world!
We will be covering the new Senseo machine in the US from Philips, as well as the Melitta machines and others.
We will also be covering anything we can find on coffee pods and great coffees for these machines.
- Jay Brewer