We just overheard in the Single Serve Coffee Forums that Keurig is planning a new B70 Platinum At Home Brewer. Rumor has it that it will have a new shape, and offer 4 brew sizes... 6, 8, 10 & 12, and have a larger reservoir of 60oz compaired with the current 48oz reservoir available now.
We'll keep you posted as we find out more on the new B70 Platinum at Home Brewer and what features it will really have. We're really excited about the new shape and new size on the reservoir. Though we love the Romulan Warbird shape of the current Keurig B40, B50, and B60, something with a more slender footprint would be welcome. And a 60 oz reservoir would be nearly perfect, as we are tired of refilling our brewer nearly each day. Perhaps with 12 more ounces we would only refill our Keurig B60 every 1.25 days. :-)
In the mean time you can read our reviews of the Keurig B50 and our combined review of the B40 and B60 Keurig K-Cup Brewers.
Update:The Keurig Platinum B70 Single Cup Brewer is now available. Check it out here...
We've been hearing rumblings of several new machines debuting from Starbucks next month and one of the rumors is they may be coming out with their own line of Single Serve Coffee machines.
Everyone here at Single Serve Coffee.com thinks this would be a big win for everyone. If Starbucks sold the coffee pods exclusively (or whatever method the machine uses) then they could still control the distribution and you'd still have to go to their store to pick up some new pods and get a cup of coffee hot off the Starbuck's presses. We'd even settle for some real Starbucks coffee pods.
There's a very interesting thread in the Single Serve Coffee forums that alludes to just an item coming out.
i thought i would give you all a heads up. there are new coffee machines coming out at Starbucks in the next month and I have been given a small hint that one may be a single serve machine of some sort. When I get all the info I will post here for all you single servers to know!!
Sound off in the forums and give your thoughts on these new mystery machines.