December 6, 2011
Powered by Keurig brewing technology, the Mr. Coffee KG2 K-Cup Single Serve Coffee Maker is compatible with Keurig K-Cup portion packs. It features a removable drip tray, and has an On/Off Indicator Light.
Other features include:
- Personal Brewer Choice of 1 cup size (9 oz.)
- Single-use water reservoir
- Energy Savings Mode – Auto Off after 90 seconds
We like the look of the KG2 over the KG1 model. It just feels a bit less Star Trek and more from the future of single serve coffee. Like the KG1, this brewer is also perfect for on the go and the single-use water reservoir keeps each cup of coffee fresh the first time. Read our review of the KG1 from Mr. Coffee to get an idea of how this brewer works.
December 2, 2011
Over at the SSC forums there's word on a new single serve coffee maker dubbed the Scoop from Hamilton Beach which allows you to use ground coffee with no pods or special filters required. You simply scoop up some coffee in the special filter, and then close the brew head. There are two metal scoops included for precise measuring ensuring the perfect cup of coffee, and you can can brew up to 14oz in as little as 1.5 minutes. The Scoop also fits a travel size or regular mug.
Continue reading: "Hamilton Beach Single Serve Scoop Coffee Maker - Use Any Coffee"
November 30, 2011
Black Luk is a single serve coffee maker concept that is driving us and it up the wall. Black Luk requires a bit of wall plumbing, and then you're off to the single serve coffee races with everyone who wants a cup from your stuck on the wall coffee maker. Black Luk, a wall mounted coffee machine that dispenses a cuppa java at a time is sure to impress if it ever comes out.
November 29, 2011
Bunn has created a new single serve coffee brewer for baristas called trifecta. Aimed to take on the Clover market, the Bunn Trifecta automatic single cup coffee brewer allows your barista to unlock the nuances of each individual coffee ground. The end result is a unique, full-bodied coffee experience that your customers are sure to love! The Bunn Trifecta automatic single cup coffee brewer is ETL and NSF Listed. It requires a 120V electrical connection for operation and comes with a cord and NEMA 5-15P plug.
Note the trifecta is currently only available in a cafe version and it not for home yet, but we're not sure there's anything stopping you from purchasing the $3000+ trifecta either.
Continue reading: "Bunn Trifecta - The Single Serve Brewer for Baristas"
November 28, 2011
You can save up to $67 bucks on the Dolce Gusto Genio Coffeemaker right now. The Dolce Gusto Genio Coffeemaker allows you to easily prepare a variety of hot and cold drinks with the single serve system, and it uses the Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee capsules. You can produce gourmet coffees, lattes, cappuccinos, iced drinks and more, and it even produces authentic espresso with crema using 15 bar pump pressure. You can also quickly customize beverage strength and preparation with the 7-level LED display controls, and no preheating is required with the special thermoblock heating system. There's even an energy-saving automatic stand-by mode after 5-minutes of inactivity.
We love this design, and we think it looks like a Tron Penguin. Whatever you decide, the savings and amount of drinks you can make with the Genio from Dolce Gusto is pretty amazing.
October 12, 2011
There's a new Tassimo in town dubbed the Tassimo T55. Well - maybe not in a US town just yet, but they are launching this machine in Germany this Fall. The Tassimo T55 will use the T-Disc system which makes a perfect drink every time by using the Tassimo bar code scanner built into the T55.
Other features like the +/- button let you set the coffee strength to precisely match your taste. And the integrated BRITA filter in the water tank of this Bosch coffee maker ensures an enhanced quality of drink, while the transparent water tank allows you to see through the machine as if looking through an archway.
Continue reading: "Bosch Tassimo T55 Espresso and Hot Beverage System"
September 13, 2011
The Latissima Plus single serve coffee maker is from Nespresso and Delonghi. As with the previous Lattisima this machine makes cappuccinos and lates with ease. Just pop in a nespresso capsule and touch a button—one-touch ease and patented technology deliver a perfect coffee experience every time, and the programmable buttons give you a perfect drink in the size you want.
Continue reading: "Nespresso Latissima Plus Single Serve Coffee Maker"
September 12, 2011
The Creativa from Delonghi.
The Single Serve Coffee Forums has word that Delonghi is now making the Creativa Dolce Gusto single serve coffee machine, and also the Genio single serve coffee maker from Dolce Gusto. These machines have a variety of features not seen in earlier models, and there's even speculation they would use their own ground coffee - however this rumor is false.
Let's start with the Creativa from Nescafe and Delonghi:
Continue reading: "Delonghi Dolce Gusto Creativa and Genio Single Serve Coffee Makers"
August 8, 2011
Not too long ago I reviewed four different espresso capsule systems. One system that was not included was the Tassimo, so here is a look at the Tassimo Professional T-300 Office machine.
If I was reviewing steam locomotives then this would be the "Allegany 2-6-6-6" of the series, the biggest, heaviest, hardest working one of them all. If you have a larger office then this machine should be near the top of your list.
As mentioned, it is a BIG machine, 16.5" tall, even deeper at nearly two feet, and 8" wide. This machine has a serious foot print and the size and weight of this machine also makes it exceptionally stable and quiet. Only the Lavazza came close to the size of this machine.
Continue reading: "Review: Tassimo Professional T-300 Single Serve Coffee System"
July 21, 2011
The TRU Digital Single Serve Coffee Pod Brewer produces café quality gourmet coffee, and features a touch pad control system. Like it's ECO Brew cousin, the TRU Digital uses 1 or two coffee pods to deliver coffee or tea. The TRU Digital comes with 108 Supremo regular coffee pods.
The Ultimate Brew System uses a pump feature enabling it to extract the coffee extremely well from the pods unlike other pod brewers that simply boil and drip water through. The Unit has a slide-out POD chamber as well as a two-piece drip tray, along with a removable water tank. We like this design over the ECO Model only due to the removable water tank for easy refilling. However if ECO is your life, the TRU seems to not be as ECO friendly and you may just want to pay $50 for the ECO over $130ish for this model.
Continue reading: "TRU Digital Single Serve Coffee Pod Brewer"