April 10, 2015

Contigo SnapSeal Vacuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug

Contigo snap seal mug

The Contigo SnapSeal Vacuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug can hold 20 ounces of your favorite single serve coffee. The SnapSeal lid features a 1-piece leak proof lid that allows for easy, one-handed use. The mug itself is a double-wall vacuum-insulated stainless steel wonder that keeps beverages hot for 6 hours or cold for 12 hours. The mug is also 100% BPA Free, and fits most single-serve brewers and car cup holders. The mug is top-rack dishwasher safe.

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April 9, 2015

Joey Kramer Rockin’ & Roastin’ K-Cups

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AB on a recent trip to Shaw’s in Bangor Maine came across Joey Kramer Rockin’ & Roastin’ K-Cups.

Shaw’s had in stock:

  • Ethiopia Organic Medium-Dark Roast - the taste of this coffee as a strong, earthy woodiness with hints of clove, chocolate and a great variety of fruit and citrus notes.
  • The Guatemala Organic Medium Roast -  the taste of this coffee as a mix of bright citrus with dark chocolate and dark char that has a pleasant woodiness, free of any bitterness.
  • Sumatra Whole Bean -  the taste of this coffee as earthy at the start, then evoking tones of chocolate, citrus and sweetness.

They run $7.99 for a box of 12. 

At Rockin’ and Roastin’ K-Cups

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April 8, 2015

MINIPRESSO - Hand Powered Portable Espresso Machine

Mini presso dual models

The MINIPRESSO is a compact hand powered portable espresso machine. It’s designed to allow you to take your espresso on the go, and is also reasonably priced at $49.

There are two models to choose from:

  • The MINIPRESSO GR - uses ground coffee and hot water
  • The MINIPRESSO CA - uses a variety of capsules based on the Caffitaly System and Tchibo Cafissimo.
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April 7, 2015

Stash Pomegranate Raspberry Green Tea Single Cups Review

 

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Stash is a brand of tea we’ve seen slowly yet steadily expand with its retail presence over the past few years. It seems that every few weeks when we do a grocery run, we notice a new Stash flavor or packaging redesign. A quick look on their website shows that Stash got their start in Tigard, Oregon (a suburb of Portland) back in 1972 and were even operated out of a Portland Victorian style house supplying loose herbals teas and bulk herbs to local natural food stores in their early years. 

This privately-held company then broadened their offerings in 1975 to include bagged teas as well as a full offering of traditional, specialty blend and herbal teas directly to restaurants and through mail order catalogues to consumers. We’ll allow anyone 20 or younger to Google the term mail order catalog for a minute. Stash tea products can now be found in many countries around the world and they’ve entered the single serve market recently with the introduction of Keurig-compatible (1.0 only, not 2.0) single cups.  Today we take a look at 1 of their newer flavors to pop up on store shelves… Stash Pomegranate Raspberry Green Tea Single Cups.

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April 6, 2015

Mysterious Keurig 2.0 550 Brewer Orange Disc - Solved

Mysterious keurig orange disk

Over the weekend we had a reader write in regarding a mysterious orange disk that they received in their Keurig 2.0 550 brewer. We think it looks like a shipping disk with some instructions on it showing how to set up the brewer. Are we correct?

From Steve:

I received a replacement Keurig 2.0 550 brewer and the attached disc was included. The code on the plastic bag is KPCS 500057121. Can you tell m what is is? Thanks

Update from Steve:

I found a video. It's the 2nd video under Keurig 2.0 Support. Titled - Keurig Brewer Maintenance Accessory.

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April 3, 2015

Harmony Bay Coffee K-Cups

Harmony bay k cups

On a recent trip to Shaw’s in Bangor Maine AB came across Harmony Bay K-Cups. These are the same great flavors and options you're used to with Harmony Bay, but conveniently packaged in a Single Serving Cup. Compatible for use with most K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0.

Shaw’s had in stock of the following coffee blends:

  • Hazelnut
  • French Vanilla
  • Decaf Hazelnut

They run $6.99 for a box of 12.

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April 2, 2015

Doctor Who Tardis Heat Reactive Travel Mug

Doctor who heat change mug

The Doctor Who Tardis Heat Reactive Travel Mug will allow your coffee to fly around in space and time, and of course this mug is bigger on the inside. The Doctor Who Tardis Heat Reactive Travel Mug is a durable 20oz mug that, when exposed to a warm beverage, will reveal the infamous call box. 

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April 1, 2015

Jevo - The Keurig For Jell-O Shots

Jello

You knew it would only be a matter of time before someone invented a Keurig like machine to produce Jell-O shots. The Jevo makes it possible to get a single-serving of your favorite jello shot in minutes. The Jevo cranks out 20 Jell-O Shots in just 10 minutes using pods and the accompanying machine. The Jevo also has a variety of Jell-O pod flavors you can enjoy including Maragita, Strawberry, Pina Colada, and Mixed Berry.

 The Jevo is mostly aimed at bars and parties, but we think it would sit right along side our current set of single serve coffee makers. That's provided we didn’t get too confused in the morning and start doing Jell-O shots instead of espresso shots. Maybe the two would go great together?

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Via Nerdalicious

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March 31, 2015

Panera Coffee K-Cups for Keurig K-Cup Brewers

Panera kcups fresh

Panera K-Cups are starting to show up at store shelves including Shaw’s grocery stores and other places according to AB. We haven’t tried their coffee yet, but we do know a few people who say Panera’s coffee is pretty solid.

Flavors include:

  • Hazelnut Crème - A nutty, creamy and rich flavored coffee with a light hazelnut aroma.
  • Colombia - A rich, nutty flavor with a smooth finish.
  • Dark Roast - Rich, bold and full-bodied with balanced layers of flavor.
  • Light Roast - Lightly roasted for a bright, smooth and lively flavor.

Panera K-Cups run $6.99 for a box of 12, and will work in all K-Cup Brewers BUT NOT Keurig 2.0.

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March 30, 2015

Robin’s Coffee Real Cups Review

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Robin’s Donuts may not be a brand many of you are familiar with and given the fact that the brand is a privately-owned corporation which is sparsely located throughout Canada, many of our readers up north may not be too familiar with them either. Despite this fact, a quick look on their website shows that Robin’s got their start in Thunder Bay, Ontario back in 1975 and have since expanded to over 130 locations across Canada. The chain is in direct competition with Canada’s coffee juggernaut, Tim Hortons and to a lesser extent, Starbucks. Their locations offer a variety of breakfast/lunch sandwich items and the obvious fare such as donuts and regular/iced coffee drinks as well as a variety of other menu items. They recently entered the single serve market and today we’re checking out their Robin’s Coffee Real Cups. 

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