Best single-serve brewers according to redditors

We found 211 Reddit comments discussing the best single-serve brewers. We ranked the 61 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Single-Serve Brewers:

u/lotsoluck · 23 pointsr/personalfinance

> Pod things

How so?

While ground coffee is definitely cheaper, you can get k-cups for less than $0.40/ea on Amazon. Cups of coffee from 7-eleven/Starbucks/Brew HaHa! are ~$2.00.

Even the cost of the machines ain't bad

u/r3drocket · 17 pointsr/Anticonsumption

So about a year ago I realized how silly it was to pay for k-cups, and moved to this, which is arguably the anti-keureg machine, it has no waste products other then used coffee, and is single serving:

So it uses two stainless steel filters and that is it, I'm extremely happy with it as an single cup coffee maker.

  • Only waste product is used coffee grinds
  • Single cup
  • Cheap (~49$)
  • As easy to use as k-cups just scoop / spoon your coffee into it and fill it with water
  • Infinite coffee choices!
u/TheRealDudeMitch · 12 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

coffee makers are very common kitchen appliances. Just about everyone who drinks coffee has one like that or maybe one like this

Tea isn’t very popular in the US.

Edit: just looked it up and you can also make tea in a coffee maker, so I’m sure some people who do like tea use one for that purpose.

u/TheCheeks · 11 pointsr/mildlyinfuriating
u/helicopterrun · 10 pointsr/Coffee

This is not a straightforward answer. Sorry.
It really depends on what you want to get out of the cup:

  • Do you want a full body? Kalita wave is more temperature stable than other brewers because the wavy filter keeps the coffee away from the brewer. The flat base allows more even extraction.

  • Do you want a really clean cup where you can taste all of the subtle notes? The Hario V60 is a Classic, brews a clean balanced cup. It has a thinner filter and is great for fruity floral coffees.

  • Do you want a clean cup for more people? Chemex has a thicker filter and brews a really clean cup. It also makes it easy to brew for multiple people at once.

  • Do you want the ability to do immersion and pour over? The Clever is really easy to use and is more forgiving than the other methods. You don't necessarily need a gooseneck kettle.

    I personally use a V60. The others are all fantastic, you really can't go wrong.
u/shwabob · 10 pointsr/talesfromtechsupport

I also have an appreciation for fine coffee, having invested in a rather nice Keurig K75 for my office which provides me with my initial burst of energy to start work at 7am daily. I generally tend to stick to Starbucks blends, but Green Mountain does have some good stuff that I sample from time to time.

Also, within my first week at $AWESOME_CORP, I discovered that the whole 'no alcohol on the job' policy was openly flouted by all of upper management and most of the IS department (IS also seems to be exempt from a great deal of other rules/regulations as well). I was rather shocked the first time $DirectorOfIS pulled me, $SeniorDeveloper, and $PartnerInCrime into his office, pulled out a bottle of Glenlivet XXV and stated:

> We're all going to need a drink here, because X department has dropped a super-b-tch upon us and it's FUBARd all to Hell.

Since then, I've discovered that just about everyone in IS has a bottle or two stashed somewhere in their offices. I've got the aformentioned JW Blue and a flask of Fireball in the unused PC tower compartment of my desk. While I'm rather partial to the Glenlivet and Glenfiddich, I've also got an appreciation for Crown Royal Reserve and a fine Cognac when I get access to Cubans on vacation.

u/DarkwingDuc · 10 pointsr/Frugal

Yeah. I have one of these now. But all the hate against Keurigs over price is kind of stupid. The cheep-one-upsmanship on /r/frugal is pretty ridiculous.

u/Spirckle · 8 pointsr/todayilearned

Had a Keurig for years (ok, since 2011 when I was gifted one) and recently switched to a single cup drip maker,, couldn't be happier. It's quick, makes great coffee, as weak or as strong as I like, and works without special filters, super quick cleanup. No more stupid kcups staring back at me in the trash. The waste is 100% compostable.

u/cassie-pants · 8 pointsr/blogsnark

Do you mean the Chemex?

Chemex 6-Cup Classic Series Glass Coffee Maker

u/michaelwentonweakes · 8 pointsr/Coffee

Ok. There's been some great advice in this thread and I don't want to step on anyone's toes. But I went through a similar process when I wanted to stop drinking shit coffee a couple years ago, and this is my current setup.

The Grinder. You want a conical burr grinder. You can do this without breaking the bank: I got a Breville for less than $100 and it kicks ass. Grinds like a boss, whisper quiet, and it looks like a robot.

But why, you ask, should you splurge on the grinder? You could get a little Krups grinder for $15. And that would be great -- if all you wanted, ever, was to drink french pressed or drip coffee. But if you ever want to make espresso, then you need a conical burr grinder. And it sounds like you are going to want to do some experimenting.

The Brewer. My personal thing is this: I don't brew coffee through anything that plugs in. There's just no reason to.

Get yourself a kettle for your stove - I like this one, because you can see that there's nothing growing inside. And you avoid the mineral-y crust that you would have to scrape off of an electric kettle.

Use filtered water. It makes a difference.

Get yourself a simple drip cone or, if you want to be a little fancier, a Chemex carafe. You put a filter in the top, you grind the beans, you put the beans in the filter, you pour hot water over the top of it. The beans get thoroughly steeped and you end up with an even, smooth coffee with little to no bitterness.

Because you've saved so much money on coffee makers, splurge a bit. Get yourself a French press for when you want something with more oomph. And get yourself a little Italian stovetop espresso maker. You put fine espresso grinds in the top, you put water in the bottom, you put the whole thing on the stove - voilà.

There. If you wanted all this shit to plug into the wall you would have spent $1000. But you can get all of this for less than $200.

The Beans. Here's the dirty little secret about coffee beans: freshness matters more than brand. You could get the finest quality beans shipped to you from halfway across the country if you like - but they're going to be stale by the time they get to you.

Here's what you do instead: find a cafe that roasts their own beans and buy from their cafe. They'll have been roasted within the last few weeks. The beans will have this great oily sheen to them - that's how you know they're good. Buy them one package at a time and keep them in an airtight canister. And for christ's sakes, never freeze coffee beans.

There you go! With this setup you can make almost any type of coffee drink available at your local Starbucks, for cheap. There'll be no gunk to clean out of the musty interiors of a complex drip coffee maker. And a lot of this stuff has a great aesthetic, so your kitchen will look fantastic.

Edited for spelling.

u/spetstnelis · 8 pointsr/Frugal

I've been using Black and decker single serve coffee maker (link). It's pretty much a typical coffee maker, so I have to fill it up with water every time I want to brew coffee, but it saves me a step because it pours directly into a cup.. And it comes with a reusable coffee filter. I like to pretend it's a cheap version of a keurig machine.

u/DammitDan · 6 pointsr/mildlyinfuriating

This is why I simply bought one of these for my desk. My coworkers drink Folgers and Maxwell House anyway. That shit tastes like cigarette butts.

u/nukyew2 · 5 pointsr/classicrage

As amazing as they are, Keuring machines are expensive.

u/ThatAdamGuy · 5 pointsr/nespresso

Nespresso Essenza Mini: $76 on Amazon:

u/MidgetRodeoClown · 5 pointsr/Coffee

I feel ya on the whole process during the week thing. If you can't bring yourself to streamline the process here's a great, cheap single mug/cup machine

For under 100 you aren't going to find much the enthusiast crowd will accept for a machine, but that one I linked it's fantastic for a quick go in the morning.


  • You can do wire basket brew for fuller flavor or filter if you want less oil.

  • uses the same filters as an aeropress

  • dirt cheap

  • easy to clean

  • small amount of temp control with 2 settings


  • it's an automatic coffee maker
u/sumfish · 4 pointsr/HelpMeFind

It doesn't get more vintage than Chemex. I have one that's over 50 years old and the coffee it makes tastes superior to pretty much everything.

It might not be the specific one you're looking for, but it's an option.

u/ciscoiv · 4 pointsr/LawSchool

I keep it in a separate locker, and I keep the coffee and half/half in the fridge nearby our lockers.

$24, I paid $0 thanks to Lexis points. Link to the specific model I bought:

u/limac333 · 3 pointsr/keurig

Almost all of the Keurigs and other K-Cup brewers will dispense just hot water, you just press the brew button without a K-cup in the brewer.
This is a reusable K-cup for using your own coffee.

Some other things to consider, is cup sizes and water capacity. Most brewers have more options on how much water to dispense for a cup of coffee. Which is handy when you want to make smaller or larger cups of coffee. Along with that, some have larger hoppers that hold water before it gets heated for making a beverage. The only real benefit of a large water tank is you don't have to fill it as often. If your boyfriend is only a light coffee drinker, the tank size wouldn't matter too much as it wouldn't get drained that often anyway.

All that being said, This is probably the least expensive one, only does 8 ounce cups, only holds enough water for one cup.

Something like This is your typical Keurig, 3 cup sizes (6,8,10 oz), 48 oz water reservoir

Personally, I have a model very similar to This one except I bought it from Costco. You can set it to automatically turn on and off in the morning on a timer, 5 cup sizes (4,6,8,10,12 oz) and a 72 ounce reservoir.

I would recommend looking at Costco, Bed Bath and Beyond, Target, etc. because you occasionally run into some deals. Good Luck.

u/AmNotLost · 3 pointsr/Coffee

I don't have one, but if I was going to go on a limb, I'd probably buy this one if she's the only coffee drinker in the house.

u/SHOW_ME_YOUR_PUSSY_ · 3 pointsr/financialindependence

The between class meals and caffeine trips can have such a huge impact on your cash reserves, and it's easy to miss it until you sit back and do the math. As a fellow college student, I got a single serve coffee maker (great for making tea, instant oatmeal and others in addition to coffee) and I usually make chai with a caffeine shot in the morning. My caffeine fix is now nearly free.

You should also pick up a few more shifts at work if you can, but don't fall behind on school work. It's better to work hard in school and finish as soon as possible than have to pay for an extra semester because you lagged behind in your work.

u/klukins · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I haven't been gifted.

I would like this or this if I'm dreaming

My word is: guguoplug it is the feeling you get just when things start to turn from bad to good

u/SnarkDolphin · 3 pointsr/Coffee

Just an FYI the V60 is a pretty finicky pourover, it has a pretty steep learning curve and it'd be tough to get a proper grind consistency with a hand grinder (go with the Hario Skerton or minimill btw).

If you want a pourover and are making batches, I'd look at this chemex, it has enough real estate to brew in 700+mL batches, is more forgiving techinique-wise than the V60, and hey, it's sexy.

Or, go for a French Press, they're great if you like your coffee big, bold, and rich. The metal screen getting pushed through the brewed coffee emulsifies the oils instead of filtering them out like a paper filter would, and gives the coffee a really rich, soft, velvety mouthfeel.

You also mentioned the Aeropress: great device, would definitely pick one up at some point (they're cheap), and eight years on I still use mine multiple times a week, but if you only want to buy one brewer right now, I'd avoid it since you can only brew one cup at a time, if you're making coffee for multiple people everyday it gets to be a huge pain in the dick if all you have is the AP (personal experience)

u/Testiculese · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

Dedicated coffee makers. Many people here drink a shitload of coffee, so they have the 10-cup makers.

I barely drink coffee, so I have a single cup maker, which is basically an electric kettle that pushes the water through a coffee filter and into a single cup.

There was a trend to use these things, which you would need an electric kettle for.

u/thecolbra · 3 pointsr/Coffee
u/user3928aKN · 3 pointsr/ECAHInCanada

My opinion is simple is best. No one I know with the expensive machines with timers etc. uses them. The coffee they make isn’t any better.

Over the years we have bought many fancy coffee makers. This one makes the best coffee

For espresso and cappuccino you want this and this

u/holyvinyl · 3 pointsr/minimalism

These are great, but I've recently moved onto the Chemex beaker because cleaning it is incredibly easy and it makes better iced coffee than any cold brew I've had.

u/MeechPeach · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Pizza

One of my most valued presents ever was my Keurig Home Brewer (It magically went missing when my ex moved out...)

I was an avid coffee drinker but switched to tea in the recent. There are sooooo many different coffees and teas out there for you to try. I've even had apple cider! Especially with the winter coming up, why wouldn't you want a warm cup of goodness at your disposal? The k-cups are available at grocery stores and online. No need to set it up the night before... it's so quick! I LOVED mine!

Happy Birthday!

u/rogue780 · 3 pointsr/Coffee

if this thing is tall enough for a chemex, then I'm all over it. Can you confirm it will fit this product?

u/nonconformistnugget · 2 pointsr/college

Swiffer's are pretty great for cleaning floors and they aren't expensive. Also get a small vacuum for any carpeting. If you like coffee, definitely get a Keurig. If you're in an area that has cold winters, a comforter for your bed will be important (there are some really cute ones at Target). For when it's warmer out, having a small fan will help the air in your room circulate better. As for LED light strips, this one from Amazon worked really well for me.

u/Prefix-NA · 2 pointsr/The_Donald

I buy maxwell house for $7 for 2 pounds.

Hamilton Beach has a better version of Kuerig with no cups just a scoop for only $35. There are also alternative with & without kcup support.

You put the coffee in the scoop and press go and it does a cup at a time.

u/zofmayhem · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Nothing like a nice cup of tea or coffee to start your day!

u/offchance · 2 pointsr/Coffee

Bodum Coffee Solo Personal 10-Ounce Drip Brewer Set with Cup and Filter

u/rufusadams · 2 pointsr/food

Have these got big elsewhere? Maybe it's because I'm not far from where the company is HQed but this brewing system is becoming pretty popular...

u/bwalbs · 2 pointsr/macsetups

It's a Chemex.

u/lantech · 2 pointsr/gadgets
u/sehrgut · 2 pointsr/Coffee

What I did in your situation was get a Bonavita kettle, used Zassenhaus, and Chemex. There's no way to make good coffee for an office without hiring a barista.

u/ShadySkins · 2 pointsr/daddit

The one in OP's pic looks like a Hario Skerton

There is lots of info at /r/coffee ..... my recommendation based on my research and my use is the Hario Mini. The Skerton has some downsides as compared to the mini which swayed me to the mini. It's been almost 2 years since I researched so I don't remember exactly the differences.

As for the Aeropress in OP's picture, it is a very fine coffee maker and I highly recommend it. I also highly recommend a Chemex. I use my Chemex daily and the Aeropress frequently.

/r/coffee should have all the info you need.

u/Vitreus_ · 2 pointsr/tifu

Being an American, yes I just boil the kettle to drink my instant coffee. Its not good coffee but its not that bad either; it is just really really mediocre. I drink it because it is cheap, easy, fast, and I drink a lot of coffee so I don't have time to make a good cup 5 times a day. It is more of a habit than a "pick me up."

So there is no misunderstanding, no restaurant or fast-food place, at-least that I know of, serves instant coffee. Its just an at home, low end, inferior good.

Starbucks does sell a line of instant coffees in stores too (at a ridiculous price). They taste better than the "Folgers" or "Maxwell House" instant coffees, but, overall, they're all pretty bad.

Not sure if I speak for typical americans, most of us, I think, use these Keurig K-Cup Home Brewer to make their coffee at home. Either that or the Mr. Coffee drip coffee maker

Do they not have instant coffee in Australia?

u/TeresaLyn · 2 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Awesome Contest!! Keurig

Today I will Kick Ass and make dreams happen..but first COFFEE because a yawn is a silent SCREAM for Coffee

Thanks for the contest!! =)

u/ElDochart · 2 pointsr/CasualConversation

I like dark roasts, and prefer African coffee beans if I get a choice in it, they have a nice deep and spicy flavor. I get them as whole roasted beans from a coffee shop in town, which roasts them fresh every couple of days. If you are looking to get into it, you can just search for coffee roasters in your area, and if there really aren't any I'd look for roasters who sell single origin beans online. In a pinch, Starbuck's single origin beans are good too, just really expensive for what they are.

I use a hand mill grinder, a gooseneck kettle, and a Chemex coffee maker and filters. It sounds like a lot, but all that together is still cheaper than a decent drip machine. You grind the beans with the grinder (I use 3 heaping tbps of grounds), bring the water to a boil and then let it sit for a minute (letting it come down just a little in temp keeps the coffee from being acidic, the gooseneck also helps with that). Pour a little on the grounds in the filter, and let it sit for about 30 seconds wet to bloom. Then pour the rest and just let it drip through.

The chemex makes the smoothest, best tasting coffee I've ever had, and I've tried quite a few different methods. If you like it stronger, a french press might be better for you.


Chemex Coffee Maker


Hand Mill Grinder

Goose Neck Kettle

u/OmgitzAbel · 2 pointsr/CasualConversation

You can't go wrong with a Keurig machine, since mostly everyone loves coffee. There's other newer versions, but they cost more.


u/mixmastakooz · 2 pointsr/Coffee

It's not that important to have a .1g scale if you already have a 1g scale for just starting out: especially with the three coffee making setups (aeropress, clever, and mocha) I mentioned. A 1 gram scale is fine. Instead of a scale and Clever, you could spring for a Chemex and the chemex filters. Chemex's are beautiful pieces and make very clean coffee since the filters are thicker than normal.

u/Blais_Of_Glory · 2 pointsr/Coffee

It all depends on what your husband likes. The vast majority of coffee drinkers love Keurig machines as they're super easy, quick, single serve, no mess, and there are unlimited options of different K-Cups.

If he likes regular coffee or flavored coffee, get him a Keurig machine like this K55 on Amazon or check out the Best Selling Single Serve Brewers. Keurig machines are quick, easy, and no mess. I use mine every day. Yes, I have other machines for fancy drinks but the Keurig is the best for regular, every day coffee, especially when I'm busy. I prefer iced coffee so I have a Keurig that makes hot or cold coffee, but most machines are hot only. There are thousands of different kinds of K-Cups out there and some that serve beverages other than coffee like hot cocoa, chocolate milk, cider, all different kinds of teas, and I think I even saw some lemonade or some type of lemon drink. If your husband likes mocha Frappuccinos, he would probably like Starbucks mocha latte K-Cups and Gevalia mocha latte K-Cups. Keurig works well for all different types of preferences.

If he likes lattes, espresso, mocha, or other flavored coffee-based drinks, check out the NesCafe line of Nespresso and line of Dolce Gusto machines like the Dolce Gusto Genio. The Dolce Gusto line is much simpler than the Nepresso machines and has more flavored drinks. If your husband likes mocha, you could get these. I have the Genio along with my Keurig and a few other coffee machines. The Dolce Gusto machines are great but they are more for fancy drinks, not regular coffee. I should also add the cups for Dolce Gusto machines are far more expensive per serving than K-Cups, there are far less flavors/options versus K-Cups, and they don't sell them in stores so you have to buy them online.

If he already has a Keurig or wants something a bit fancier, get him a French press like these on Amazon.

If he likes cold/iced coffee, you could get him a cold brewer like this.

Remember, whenever you buy anything on Amazon, always use the Amazon Smile link and select a charity to donate to. To learn more abour Amazon Smile, click here or go here to learn how to change your charity. I personally use the Doug Flutie Foundation for Autism as my charity and it's worth checking out.

u/johnson567 · 2 pointsr/espresso

Hey guys, thank you so much for all your responses, really appreciate this!

Just found out about the Aeropress and French press method haha, sorry but I should’ve been clearer with my initial post. I’m hoping to get an automated coffee maker, since I’m mainly using it for breakfast for work each morning, so the less time it takes the better.

Although I just found out there also exists a special coffee maker called “single-serve brewer”, basically the pod ones. Because I’m just making a single cup each morning, would this be more suitable for my current situation?

I understand the cost of capsules is high, and I’m planning to put my own coffee ground inside the reusable filter to make my own pods. How’s the quality of the coffee made this way? Such as using this one here:

By the way for the automated coffee makers, how is this one here which seems really popular on Amazon:

And how does it compare to the Bonavita BV1900TS which seems to be another popular product?

Thank you all for these warm-hearted responses, it definitely is amazing the coffee community, can’t wait to get started with my first brew haha.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

I got one for my mom for Christmas, and it's pretty good.

It hasn't malfunctioned at all so far in the 3 months since, and my mom says it's pretty good (I don't drink coffee so I can't say). She says it's on par with Starbucks.

The cups are expensive, but if it's 75c for a cup vs $5 for a starbucks, you might as well go with the keurig. Also, every now and then, my local supermarket has the kcups on sale for like $5 a box of 20, so you might get lucky.

I got her the B60 at Sam's for $90 and it came with a variety 72 pack of K-cups, so she liked it.

She was also looking at the cheaper B30, but she felt that the push-button to open mechanism felt too cheap since it was on a spring. After trying the push-button vs. the handle, the handle-to-lift definitely felt more solid.

The largest coffee cup it can make will fill up a standard coffee mug, but it won't fill up one of the tall travel mugs.

Overall, she likes it, and said it makes a good cup of coffee, so I'd say get it :)

u/brokenantler · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Starbucks is shit. Buy her a Chemex, some filters, a cheap yet decent burr grinder and a nice bag of freshly roasted beans. You'll be out about $100, but your mom will thank you and will stop wasting her money on burnt swill.

u/cruisegirl1023 · 2 pointsr/keto

Here is what I would suggest on the coffee. Do you have an aversion to coconut? If not, make your coffee (you can get a single serve coffee making on Amazon for $19, and it works great... make your coffee, add 1 tbsp of heavy cream and 1 tbsp of coconut milk (buy a can of decent coconut milk, probably around $2 but will last you a little while... buy full fat, Thai Kitchen has a decent one, when you shake it you shouldn't hear much if any liquid), add 1 packet of sweetener (preferably stevia, better yet if you have Erythritol). Eventually you can stop adding the sweetener. Add some ice cubes and shake (this works better if you make the coffee the night before, refrigerate and do this in the morning). A very inexpensive snack (you've gotten a lot of good ideas already) is celery doused with hot sauce, dipped in ranch or bleu cheese dressing... VERY good and easy to carry with you. Wishing you lots of luck!!!!

u/Juts · 2 pointsr/CrappyDesign

Just going to plug this here:

Got it to replace my original keurig and it's very nice. Support pods
& loose grounds. Only complaint is that with short glasses it has a bit of spray at the end of the stream.

u/MikeWaz0wski · 2 pointsr/coffeestations

I usually am brewing Kicking Horse 454 Horsepower mixed with some heavy whipping cream (shoutout /r/keto) and a drip of Irish Cream flavoring., but currently trying some Kona coffee given to me by a friend. (it's smooth!)


Cuisinart DBM-8 - ok-good burr grinder, variable grind size, even grind results, kind of loud though.


Hamilton Beach 49981 - great drip brew for single cup (or thermos, in my case).


Bean storage


u/DeplorablyDeporable · 1 pointr/antifa

lmfao you bought pizza for a couple that has a $500 keurig you can tell because the star on the drip tray.

tell me about that cuck life is it enjoyable?

u/Generoh · 1 pointr/NursingStudents
u/Mural_ofaMexicanGirl · 1 pointr/Coffee
u/sleepwizard · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

French Press is how I started down the rabbit hole. But coffee is ritual with that I take great pride and joy in making an excellent cup of coffee. I purchase coffee from Counter Culture Coffee and they ship me 2 x 12oz bags every month. I freeze one while working my way through the first bag, I defrost the second bag from the freezer in the refrigerator 48 hours ahead of time then move to storage.

Now I own:

Baratza Encore Grinder which I purchased refurbished from Baratza Link

Chemex link A really beautiful pour over, looks great in your kitchen.

Kalita Wave Link IMHO the best pour over money can buy.

Aeropress link My ride along for any trip and work.

Hario Gooseneck Kettle for Precision Pouring link

Storage; I own two different types This and This

A cheap electric kettle, A kitchen scale, and all my mugs.
I have a Bakers Rack in my kitchen that most of these are displayed. When I make a cold brew after the brew process I store it in a glass milk carton from a Straus Family Milk purchase. (I think the deposit is $3?)

Not all of this is necessary but I love my coffee and I am not afraid to show it. I say for every beginner you owe it to yourself to at least purchase an aeropress, it makes fantastic coffee thats almost foolproof.

u/takkun88 · 1 pointr/Advice

Single serving. I bought mine 2 years ago, use it every day, and it still works fine.

u/smoothcam72 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This plus this plus this

u/ladyhallow · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

With dogs and cats you need totally need This my friend has one, because her dog was always eating the cat food, so she mounted this up high at her cat stand. it was pretty awesome!

Also, a good friendly door mat that you can wipe your feet on, its always the first thing I buy for a new place, one... that doesnt say welcome, otherwise the vampires can just waltz right in (if your into that sort of thing lol) And a pretty door mat always makes me smile when I come home. I dont know what your style is but This is one I lust over lol

And a Keurig I really cant live without mine. Instant fresh coffee in the morning, tea with lunch, and hot coco before the bed (for me and the littles!) Seriously, it is amazing, its the one thing that I didnt put in storage when we moved in with family!

Moving is exciting, congratulations on your new place (even though you have to wait a while to get in it!)

u/cats_and_vibrators · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am going to make the change from working out 0-1 times per week to eight times per week. This is to accomplish two simultaneous goals that I have: run races again and become a dance aerobics instructor. I will be making a Excel spreadsheet to track my workouts. I'll also take before and after pictures, even though changing my body is only a secondary goal. The primary goal is just to do it.

My cheerleaders will be /u/cheeseburger_humper (because he and I made this plan in January but winter got in the way), /u/Marsandtherealgirl (because she is already on my case not to nap), and /u/bunnysoup (because she was so encouraging when I was running in the fall).

I want this if I were to win

This song motivates me, no matter what I am doing

u/chocolatemeowcats · 1 pointr/TopMindsOfReddit

I don't keep up with coffee maker news but I think it was just the keurig 2.0 that had DRM. We have an older model without any drm crap.

If this one ever dies I'm going to get this one:

I don't buy kcups anyway. I prefer my coffee fresh and we have a huge variety of locally roasted coffee.

u/The1ridley · 1 pointr/homeautomation

I bought this and plugged into a GE zwave switch. I put the coffee grounds in and fill it with water then push the switch in. I then have a flow in Stringify to turn on the switch for 10 minutes then shuts it off.

u/browneyedgirl79 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy Birthday, but really, on a Monday?

  1. Check!
  2. Check!
  3. Third thing!
  4. Drinking Item! (Although I know if I win I probably wouldn't get it.)

    Thank you for the contest!
u/utopianfiat · 1 pointr/funny

3-Cup Chemex // Aerobie Aeropress

Mini Ceramic Conical Burr Mill // Electric Burr Grinder (Faster than manual, but inferior grind quality and life)

Immersion Water Boiler // 1 Liter Gooseneck Kettle

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u/Dfsiegel · 1 pointr/Austin

In full disclosure I work in the Specialty department at Whole Foods, so I get a lot of good coffee! My favorite locals are Cuvée and Third Coast. I prefer the flavor, variety and one-off seasonals from Cuvée, but really respect that Third Coast is organic and not much more expensive.

I recently got this coffee machine and have been pretty happy with the results. It's convenient like Keurig, but you use your own beans.

u/SereneWisdom · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Q1: The Keurig K-cup Home Brewer

Q2: As the only coffee drinker in the house, I usually go without drinking it most morning as I can't drink a whole pot of coffee. I tried once... I was constantly having to pee. blushes

Phrase: Saving Private Ryan

Thank you!

u/morales1212 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Just finish my freshman year in college the best investments I made where these.

u/tehDevil · 1 pointr/technology

Where in the article does it say that?

Nowhere, it doesn't even imply that. Even the two articles this article references don't say that.

Here's an official Keurig self-refill cup (

All this means is that the Keurig machines will no longer brew unlicensed single-serve cups.

It would be absolutely stupid of them to remove the self-refill option when every single one of their competitors has it.

u/eileensariot · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Annnnd here we go again, another crazy but fun contest =)
Thank you!



























u/monkkbfr · 1 pointr/gadgets
u/thefaith1029 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I was thinking of this.... I'm really tempted to get it even though we already have a regular coffee maker and espresso machine.....

u/smellmyface686 · 1 pointr/santashelpers

Chemex coffee maker? That's what I'm giving my mom this xmas. All glass, no BPA or plastic stuff she's paranoid about, and supposed to be a really tasty cup of coffee.

Chemex 6-Cup Classic Series Glass Coffee Maker

u/drnick5 · 1 pointr/personalfinance

You need to accurately track your purchases. is a pretty handy tool, will automatically categorize your spending so you can see where its actually going.

If you're eating out for every meal, you're likely spending $40+ a day on food. Thats around $1200 a month.

Some suggestions:
Do you buy a coffee every morning? If so, get a $40 coffee maker like This One and make it at home to take to work.

You mention not being able to go to the grocery store often. Is it possible to get groceries delivered through pea pod or some other service? This will likely save you significantly on lunch and dinners instead of ordering out all the time.

Is your cell phone still under contract? Take a look at switching to a prepaid service such as Net10, Straight Talk or Google fi. Plans can be had for $50 or less in some cases. Even if you are under contract, look at the early termination fee, depending how far along in the contract you are it may be worth to to pay the fee to be able to cut your bill in half.

What home security system do you have? Is it under contract? You could look to switch the monitoring to another company like Alarm
I recently installed a Honeywell wireless security system and self monitor for $10 per month. Full monitoring can be had for $15.

You mention buying new light bulbs from amazon. Try calling your electric company and see if they offer an Energy audit. In my area, you can get an audit every few years. During the audit they will replace your bulbs with LED's for free. They will also look at ways you may be able to save energy further (blown in insulation, air sealing, etc) which may help even more. Any suggestion they make are done at a deep discount, and can be financed on your electric bill. I had my crawl space sealed for $700 when it would have cost me $3k. It also saved a good deal on my heating bill.

Not sure what you have for a bank, but consider opening a high interest savings account at and transferring a percentage of your money there. So its out of sight, out of mind. If you "see" less money in your main account, you may spend less.

u/AMW1011 · 1 pointr/Coffee

For Chistmas I would like to upgrade my Father's coffee game. Currently he uses a cheap electric bean grinder and old french press (I think).

I know he is interested in a Chemex, and I've read that a good burl grinder is a big upgrade over electric grinders. Here is what I'm considering buying:

I assume I'm on the right path. My issue is that I do not know what type of beans to buy him. That part I'm completely lost on. He currently buys 8 o'clock beans, but I've no clue what to buy to expand his horizons.

u/Supervisor194 · 1 pointr/technology

That's why I ditched Keurig's stupid shit and got the Hamilton Beach single serve machine. Keurigs break after a year anyway. I've had this bad boy for well over a year and it's going strong.

u/mohojo · 1 pointr/AskAnAmerican

I use a chemex everyday. Its a pour over, I wanted to suggest it. Love that thing.

u/azaadeh · 1 pointr/Coffee

Hamilton Beach 49981A Single Serve Scoop Coffee Maker

Also a better price than a keurig

u/LiquidColors · 1 pointr/minimalism

Ah, gotcha—it's a good question.

A few thoughts:

They exist but they're insanely expensive. Which is obviously prohibitive for most small shops. If I had to guess, I'd assume they're so expensive because they're essentially speciality products and because they need to be as good as a human, which isn't the easier thing in the world.

Pour over brewers are pretty affordable, which is part of the appeal for a lot of folks.

One of the benefits of pour over coffee is that you have a few minutes to chat with the barista as she brews the cup. You lose that with the machine.

I think I mentioned this someone above, but more expensive beans are used for pour over coffee than drip roast, so the savings from a machine would only be the time in labor and probably wouldn't make things at all that much cheaper.

One of the major benefits of pour over is that it's not prepared ahead of time, so there's only so much a machine could speed up the process.

And, finally, people tend to order pour over when they're planning to stay in the cafe for a bit and drip roast to go. There's not really a point to speeding up the process because people order pour over when they're already sticking around.

u/kewlbewbz · 1 pointr/netsec

Nothing stops them, Bunn is already doing it.
I'm sure a 2.0 version is in the works.

u/JimmyKillsAlot · 1 pointr/gadgets

The DRM, as I understand it, is because they went the "sell at cost, make it up with consumables" route, like most printers. It's a shitty model but it does make sense. You can either spend $200 on a coffee maker with DRM or you can spend $500 on a coffee maker with no DRM. The lowe up front is what draws idiots in.

u/choodude · 1 pointr/Coffee

We got my daughter a Bunn MCU for her dorm room a couple years ago. She really likes it. It has a stainless steel water tank that heats the water before making your coffee, tea, or hot water (soup cups anyone?). It has 4 Interchangeable Drawers: Cup Drawer, Ground Coffee Drawer, Pod Drawer, Hot Water Drawer. so it's pretty flexible.

It's more money than the Hamilton Beach's you were looking at though.

u/Kay1000RR · 1 pointr/Coffee

Such as the Nescafe Dolce Gusto or Bosch Tassimo. Or this versatile Bunn that takes several different single serve pods.

u/WeaponsHot · 1 pointr/videos

Mr. Coffee. This one. or This one.

u/Klynn7 · 1 pointr/todayilearned

I think he means like this.

u/G0ATLY · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) My tea/coffee mug. This little fellow is Miss Nanny. I found her on an auction site called Listia and had to have her. I won her and I only use her for plain cold tea and plain cold coffee because I am afraid of hurting her. She's sturdy, but I worry about getting liquid in the holes on the inside where her head is. This is my favorite because she is a goat! My very first goat mug and I love her. :3 She may not be shiny and new, but shes beautiful.

2.) So fancy.

Of all the silly nonsense, this is the stupidest tea party I've ever been to in all my life.

u/TheEngy_ · 1 pointr/Coffee

Yeah, I've been seeing a lot of positive reviews on B&D machines. This one has piqued my interest specifically...

u/reinking · 1 pointr/Coffee

If you want a little more versatility I have a Bunn MCU I purchased for my morning rush out of the door coffee.

It uses "drawers" and allows single brewing for Kcups, pods, tea and ground coffee. I gave away my Keurig after purchasing it because it is super fast since it keeps a reservoir of water preheated. Clean up can be a little bit more involved that Keurig if you use ground coffee but it allows for a lot more selection and taste better. Really, it isn't much more than rinsing out the brew drawer but that is more clean up than Keurig. Here is a link to it on Amazon.

*edited to remove Keurig. It made no sense to recommend it and then go on about what I replaced it with :)

u/ameoba · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Under $80 on Amazon right now. If you're OK with a non-Keurig branded one, you can get it for $55

u/Saints2Death · 1 pointr/Coffee

I don't know your budget, but I would look into a Bunn MCU. I'd stay away from espresso machines unless your mother is already grinding her own beans with a high dollar grinder.

The great thing about the MCU is it comes with a lot of accessories that allows for brewing grinds, k-cups, and pods. The negative is it's single server, but the quality of coffee is generally better if you make it one cup at a time.

u/Azattyq · 1 pointr/Coffee

Yep, it's exactly that. It's what you call a "pour-over". I use a Chemex like this one myself, but it's a bit more expensive. The filters are also a bit pricey.

u/throwinshapes · 1 pointr/Coffee

Chemex Classic+Kettle+Hand Grinder+Scale = ~$120

The benefit of this setup is that you get two multi-tasking tools (kettle and scale) for other culinary uses, and that you can scale up over one cup of coffee if you need to.

Here is an overview of how to make pour over coffee.

u/zdiggler · 1 pointr/environment

That thing sucks. Leaks all over the place.

When my Kurig dies I'm getting this one

Only reason I got Kruig was I wanted to get rid of the pot and there wasn't any other option than.

u/gehzumteufel · 1 pointr/LosAngeles

There is a place called Keurig and here is your menu.

u/Picrophile · 1 pointr/cigars

Well this is gonna get kinda long and will only scratch the surface but I'll break down the pros and cons of some of the most popular entry-level gear in as un-confusing of a way as I can. First up, let's look at grinders.

First off, you want a burr grinder, particularly a conical burr grinder because those blender-y blade grinders they sell at wal-mart for $5 don't get any kind of a consistent grind. Varying sizes in a grind means varying levels of extraction in the cup and that means off flavors. Because burr grinders are more expensive, hand crank conical burr grinders are commonly recommended to beginners because of their lower price point compared to similar quality electrics. They're cheap and work well but do have some drawbacks beyond the extra effort involved in grinding. First, most of them don't have actual grind settings and you adjust the grind size by twisting a wheel until it looks as fine/coarse as you want it to. If you use different brew methods and switch grind size a lot, this can be a bit of a pain. Second, most hand grinders aren't ideal for french press because of the way the burrs are stabilized; they'll give fantastic fine/medium grinds but the coarse grind is a tad inconsistent. That said, I use a hand grinder for french press all the time and am relatively happy with the results. A few common ones are:

The Hario Skerton. I personally have one and love it. As I said, not perfect for french press but it's a durable daily driver that never lets me down and can do an espresso grind damn near as well as a $300 baratza

The hario mini is essentially the same grinder in a different, smaller package. Perfect for travel

The porlex JP-30 is a tad more expensive but has grind settings that, while unmarked, do "click" into place making adjusting grind coarseness a bit easier

If you wanted to go the electric route, I've seen refurbished Baratza encore grinders for around $100. This will give you a mediocre espresso grind but a perfect and much easier drip and french press grind

Next up: preparation methods

French presses use a metal mesh filter, which gives you all of the oils in the cup and lets a tiny bit of really fine coffee solids through, which gives the cup a rich, full-bodied, velvety character They're also very easy to use as there's pretty much one accepted way to brew in them. And here's Philly's own Todd Carmichael demonstrating it. As far as which one to buy, they're all pretty much the same: a glass tube with a stick in it and some mesh on the end of the stick. I like my sterlingpro a lot but the bodum chambord is hugely popular and looks just as nice. Even a cheapo will do the job just as well, though, even if it doesn't look as nice.

pourovers do essentially the same thing as a drip coffee machine just with a lot more input from you, which is good because all but the most ludicrously expensive drip machines are very inconsistent and don't work as well as just doing it your own damn self. With a pourover, you're going to use a kettle or measuring cup with a spout to pour the water over the grounds in a set amount of time (3-4 minutes depending on the grind size) and usually in a very specific manner. Because these use a paper filter, there are no oils or insoluble solids in the cup so the coffee is clearer, tastes cleaner and usually a bit brighter than french press coffee. Popular models include the Hario v60 which is one of the more finicky models. If you decide on one of these, be sure to use a gooseneck kettle like Mr. Carmichael was using in the french press video above. Slightly more forgiving are the kalita wave and the melitta both of which would work fine with a normal kettle so long as it has some type of pour spout. If you want something with very thick filters, so as to produce a very clear cup, and also looks very nice, the chemex is a beautiful thing that produces great coffee, has a built-in carafe, and can make more than one cup at a time. Really more of a replacement for a large-volume drip machine than most pourovers.

The Aeropress is an absurdly popular, extremely versatile, and very well priced coffee brewer which is essentially a huge syringe with a paper filter instead of a needle. There's a thousand recipes online with different ways to use it, all of which produce a different cup.

Also worth noting is that you may want a kettle with temperature control, coffee should be brewed at 195-205F, so knowing what temp your water is helps reduce a lot of the headaches of cooling off boiled water for a vague amount of time. This bonavita is a little on the pricey side but has temp control and a gooseneck, which is always useful

u/hailtheface · 1 pointr/Frugal

Three excellent options:


I'll probably end up getting #3 one day soon.

u/CobaltMoon98 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

If you're a coffee drinker, then this might be something you'd like. My sister got one and has really enjoyed it.

Go Ben!

u/vanillawafercaper · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Those are gorgeous!! So Fancy! I have been wanting this for a little while now, but I just can't justify spending the money on it, plus like you, I prefer to gift others as opposed to spending lots of money on myself.

Thanks for the contest! :D

u/rycla · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Having used multiple K-Cup compatible brewers, I feel very confident in this recommendation.

Go with the Bunn MyCafe MCU. It's cheaper than other single-serve brewers that make K-Cup coffee, and it also has interchangeable brewheads, also allowing you to brew a single cup from fresh grounds, a pod, or a tea bag. Very rugged, high-quality build from a trusted brand, and you can get it for $128 on Amazon.

u/BuffHagen · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This, This, This, This, This, This, This, and This

I didn't check your makeup list...I assume there are no matches there.

u/jojewels92 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is the one I want the most but i'd be happy with #2/#3 too! :). I needs a new wallet, mine is falling apart.

My most wanted Amazon item is probably this coffee maker. I love that it is single serving size. I just don't have time in the morning to make coffee or tea or hot cocoa so it'd be SO nice to just push a button, go about my business, and then grab my coffee on the way out the door.

u/DrunkenDave · 1 pointr/kratom


It works. But I wish I had gotten another, because it's flimsy. Good thing about it though is that it does not require the purchase of filters. It has a permanent filter in it.

u/iamcarleighp · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Amazon prime you say? What a wonderful notion! I REALLY want one of these. Let's do this!! :)

u/jollylar · 1 pointr/Coffee

This is Chemex. They come in a few different sizes but most of them brew quite a few cups. It's basically for drip coffee but the special part is how the it's designed as well as it's filters.

u/jaydengreenwood · 1 pointr/Coffee

I love the Bunn Mcu. If you only need one cup at a time, that would be my recommendation. I use one at the office and you can get a good cup of coffee in ~5mins including loading the ground coffee drawer. If you find yourself in a real rush, you also have the option of pods.

u/ReisaD · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You are not an idiot! These are examples of K-cups! they are used in Keurigs for hot coffee, tea, cocoa and many other drinks! <3

u/a1icey · 1 pointr/Coffee

i'm using a light roast blend, locally roasted. and a burr grinder. i've used large machines with a integral grinder but never seen one designed for single cups.

I was looking at this: thoughts?

u/spankymuffin · 1 pointr/Coffee

There are some very affordable burr grinders out there, and it's worth the investment. You'll use it pretty much everyday. Hand grinders can be very cheap, and work great. Hario Skerton is a popular choice (I've seen it around for cheaper, but this is at least what's on amazon). Plenty of options, all varying in price. There's a pretty decent burr grinder from Kona I've used before, which I got for like $20.

But manual grinding can take some time. And if you're like me, and you want some quick coffee in the morning, then it's worth investing in an electric. There are some pretty decent electric burr grinders out there. You really don't have to pay a fortune. Here are a few cheap options:

Capresso Infinity

Bodum Bistro

Baratza Encore

But you can get far snobbier than just grind...

What kind of water are you using? Hopefully filtered, not tap. And definitely not distilled, since you want some of those minerals for flavor. Now, if you want to get even fancier, try using these mineral packets. I think each packet mixes in with 1 gallon of distilled water. I haven't tried it myself (I just use a brita) but I've heard good things. The quality of water makes a huge difference. This was the first "eureka" moment for me, when I moved from tap to filtered.

Next, how are you making your coffee? There are some great, cheap equipment out there. In this sub, here are some pretty cheap and popular choices:




French press

We're getting pretty deep in the rabbit hole, right? Not yet! How about measuring the weight of the coffee? Consistency is important. You need the same, proper coffee-to-water ratio for the best cup. You can find people debating over the best scales, some costing hundreds. I'd just get a cheap one if I were you. You can find some decent cheap ones from like $10 to $30. If you want the best bang for your buck, look into American Weigh Scales.

I guess I can mention temperature of water as well. You can get thermometers or even electric kettles with built-in thermometers (like this). I think temperature matters so much more for tea than coffee, but it's something you need to keep in mind for coffee as well.

Here's probably the most important thing, in my opinion: where are you getting your coffee? What is the roast date? Unless you're buying your coffee directly from the roaster, you're probably not buying freshly roasted beans. It makes a world of difference. Try finding a local roaster and getting your beans from them, freshly roasted.

I'm sure there's plenty of other ways you can splurge money on coffee, but I'll let you figure it out!

(edited to fix the links)

u/meerkat2 · 1 pointr/Frugal

Frugality is relative. He can either walk to Starbucks every day and spend more money and waste more time, or get a keurig with the exact same coffee and waste less time and spend less money.

Edit: here is 96 kcups for $36, or the 1/5 the cost of Starbucks. A $70 machine plus one 96 pack is still cheaper than going to Starbucks 96 times

u/CaptainCoral · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this is the exact model we have. The little piece the coffe cup is sitting on just slides out, and you can put a tall travel mug perfectly under the spout!
this is the filter you need to use ground coffee, it is easy to clean, and it won't leak grounds.
I love ours, let me know if you get one!

u/wdmc2008 · 1 pointr/funny

There are hundreds of single-cup coffee makers out there. I've been using a Hamilton Beach one for years without any complaints or waste.

u/innocent_bystander · 1 pointr/technology

Or an in between. I bought this single-serve coffee maker instead of a Keurig because I don't like weak, expensive coffee. This one cranks out a full sized travel mug in about 4 minutes of whatever ground coffee I like, and it's strong and hot, with easy cleanup. It's clearly not as pop-and-go as a Keurig, but the advantages well outweigh the small convenience factor.

u/priper · 1 pointr/technology

Thing is the ones made by Cuisinart with Keurig license comes with its own refillable K Cup

u/ZeldaZealot · 1 pointr/skeptic

This is the one I'm currently using. It's not perfect, but good for a single cup.

u/DaltonG · 1 pointr/Coffee

For the price of that baratza encore you can get a porlex hand grinder, which is wonderfully durable and extremely consistent for a hand grinder, a Chemex, and this scale. I apologize in advance for the ugly links - I'm on my phone. This is the setup I use at work and I love it.

u/wakawakamoose · 1 pointr/Coffee

Props for not immediately supporting drinking all the coffee. It's tasty, but sleep is too.

Also, I would recommend a chemex and an electric kettle.

u/Guepardita · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas
u/_breadpool_ · 1 pointr/mildlyinfuriating

I have not bought this yet because my old keurig is still going strong, but it's what I will buy in the future. Fuck Keurig for even making that decision in the first place.

u/Jakemaf · 0 pointsr/Coffee

Chemex, Bonavita kettle, skerton grinder, knock off scale

So you def pay a little bit for the Chemex aesthetic, but I think it makes a pretty smooth cup and is somewhat forgiving to beginners.

The skerton pro is an excellent hand grinder, when my electric broke I used the hand grinder every day for a semester and had absolutely no problem (I honestly enjoyed the process for a while).

The scale will feel like a knockoff because it is, I got a very similar one (but payed extra for a reseller to put a fancy label on it because I’m not the brightest) and while it works, you’ll def want to invest in something more if you catch the coffee bug

u/scswift · 0 pointsr/technology

The only difference between this and a Keurig, aside from paying 50% less for your coffee and having a larger selection, is that you have to empty the filter into the trash bin instead of throwing the old k-cup out.

u/scantid · 0 pointsr/hearthstone

Hey I think I might help you out.

The last time my gf had her birthday I gave her a weekend in a hotel, has to be in another city ofc, with a hot chocolate massage, wellness, candlenightdinner and champagne included. She said it was better than anything she imagined. And a had a great weekend with her aswell.

But if you look for something material, don't go for something extraordinary, dessous are always good (you get something from it as well), some jewellery (which might be to expensive..) or her perfume.

Two tickets for her favourite band are good as well if you live in a bigger city.

But last but not least ALWAYS write a card with that, make a funny joke inside or whatever, this is a must.

edit: if she likes good coffee, get her a coffee machine, always useful i recommend this

u/Eaeelil · 0 pointsr/Coffee

Thanks for a reply.

I understand the freshness part, but i'm simply wanting something that will go off with an alarm to wake me up and to give me something to drink in the morning before work. I live by myself so a big coffee maker would be pointless.

So far the closest i'm seeing is a 180$ Keurig Which looks nice, but is way more then i want to spend on a single serve coffee maker ... though it is tempting.

u/Lophje · 0 pointsr/Coffee

I have the Keurig which I highly recommend. My husband got this for me last year after I had tried it at a friends house. I enjoy having a fresh cup of coffee (any flavor) without the worry of cleaning a pot.

u/KittenAnne · -1 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

YES! I got one of these only when they were on a big sale at target.

u/agent_of_entropy · -1 pointsr/minimalism

I'd go with the Keurig. You make one cup at a time (although I usually get three 8 oz cups and throw them all into a 24 oz cup). It's a smaller footprint. Get an aftermarket filter and buy your favorite coffee to use. I'd be surprised if I spend more than a quarter on a big cup of coffee.

Links: Keurig K130/B130 Brewing System, Ekobrew Stainless Steel Elite Cup, Refillable K-Cup For Keurig K-Cup Brewers.

u/gonesquatchin85 · -1 pointsr/Coffee

Coffee for Plebs regular folk don't appreciate good coffee, but just buy them alot of assorted flavors/teas and you'll be the hero of the office. Bonus points with this