The Keurig MINI Plus Personal Brewer is ideal for gourmet coffee, tea and hot cocoa drinkers who want a brewer that is compact and easy-to-use in the home or even home office. The Mini Plus allows you to brew 6, 8 or 10 ounces to get the strength you desire in your cup of single serve coffee in under 2 minutes with no water left in the reservoir. You can read our full review of the Keurig MINI Plus B32 brewer here.
Straight from the Single Serve Coffee Forums (thanks JBViau) we've gotten news of these new K-Cups from Caribou Coffee called Obsidian. Obsidian K-Cups have floral nuances and fruit sweetness that can be obscured in many dark roasts. This coffee is smooth to the finish, and heavy with flavors of juicy, luscious wild berries. It finishes with a decadent, bittersweet chocolate flourish.
Green Mountain Coffee and Celestial Seasonings have added two more brew over ice K-Cups to the line of Iced Tea K-Cups - Sweet Berry Lime Green Iced Tea K-Cups and Sweet Tropical Breeze White Tea K-Cups. You can brew both of these K-Cups using your Keurig brewer direct over ice. With the ability to brew over ice you get icy cold tea in seconds instead of minutes.
Both are perfectly sweetened with all-natural cane sugar and created to satisfy the growing consumer interest in green and white teas. We'll have a full review and sampling of these new iced tea K-Cups soon.
Brew over Iced Coffee K-Cups and Brew Over Iced Tea K-Cups are available for summer, and it looks like we're not the only person crazy about them. In the video Amy's having one of those days. Thankfully, she has her go-to Brew Over Ice iced coffee and iced tea from her Keurig to help cool down her meltdown of a morning, afternoon, and night.
Watch and learn how to brew your own iced coffee or iced tea with your Keurig single-cup brewer and Brew Over Ice K-Cups. It's simple:
Whether you want to call them kcups or K-Cups, or K Cups, you need reviews to tell you want to drink in your Keurig single cup coffee maker. We have lots of reviews and feature K-Cup reviews almost weekly here at single serve coffee. You can check out our Keurig and K-Cup reviews section, and feel free to send in your reviews and what you think of the Keurig coffees you're drinking.
Sometimes we forget to update our numbers, and this year the BKC600XL was replaced with the BKC700XL by Breville. What's the difference and what are all these strange numbers? The Breville Gourmet Single Cup Brewer features a 1500-watt single-cup coffeemaker with quiet pump technology and "showerhead" spray. The quiet part is new and welcome, as the older model was pretty noisy (you can read our full review of the Breville Single Cup brewer here).
The Breville Gourmet Single Cup Brewer also features an LCD control panel; digital clock with auto on/off; 5 brew strengths; variable brew temperature, and a removable 60-ounce water tank with charcoal water filter. And as the name implies, the iced-beverage function can be used for iced tea or coffee. The brewer also includes a sample variety pack of K-Cup coffee pods, a reusable My K-Cup, and a measuring spoon.
Timothy's Sweet Summer Raspberry K-Cup Coffee is a seasonal limited edition K-Cup, so if you even want to try this coffee you'll need to act fast. We've yet to try it, but the raspberry flavors coupled with the exceptional smoothness of Timothys coffees in general, makes us think this might be an amazing iced coffee.
We simply couldn't wait to do a formal larger review of all the Wolfgang Puck K-Cups, so we decided to do a lightning review of one our favorite Wolfgang Puck K-Cups so far - the Wolfgang Puck French Roast K-Cups. This coffee is truly bold and intense as advertised, with a spicy chocolate note to each cup. We've been drinking this over the past week, and we can safely say 1 box is not going to be enough.
According to Coffee People's website, they got their start at the Saturday Market in Eugene, Oregon back in the early '80s, selling small batches of roasted specialty coffee to market goers. Soon after in 1983, they opened their first coffeehouse in Portland, Oregon. Later in 1999, they were acquired by the Diedrich Coffee Family who in turn took over the roasting duties of their beans from them. The rest is history and has formed the Coffee People brand (now headquartered in Irvine, California) many people have come to know & love today.
We decided to revisit "the holy grail of K-Cups" which just about everyone & their grandma appear to adore (based on various forum comments & other site reviews): Coffee People Original Donut Shop K-Cups. Yes, before many competitors started releasing their own imitation versions, Coffee People were one of the 1st companies to release a donut shop coffee in K-Cup format, so they can be considered the pioneers in that sense and it's likely why their website shows "The Original" added to this K-Cup's name (the K-Cups we purchased didn't have this printed on them).
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