The K-cups will do, but like Scotch said, not the best. I'll use Keurig on Saturday when I'm probably only going to have a cup or two and don't want to hassle with brewing a full pot. (Sundays I usually drink tea when I'm home.)I lied about not driving for a few days. Publix has Gevalia K-Cups as a BOGO this week so I had to stock up. They are usually expensive at $9.26 for a 12 pack or $0.77/cup. With the BOGO it drops them down to $0.38/cup which is much more reasonable. I got 10 boxes so I should be good for awhile.
This one is my favorite:
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I'm a fan of the dark or bold roast K-Cups.
5 pounds a month? I think I go through about a pound a month.Perhaps that stuff is good, but in general, K-cups are the fast-food of coffee. We use the Cuisinart on-demand drip coffee maker. It does up to 12 cups, but the reservoir is internal, so you can pour single-serve cups without using a glass carafe. And the best regional coffee roasters are in a bordering town just north of us. We get a 5 lb bag every month or so.
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My father-in-law was a pipe smoker, that's a similar thing. Lots of non-smokers liked the aroma.I love the smell of coffee. As a kid I remember in the grocery store going down the aisle with the coffee grinder and just soaking up the smell (before they invented vacuum sealed containers). When I had my first cup I was expecting to be delighted and blown away. I was not. Can't stand it. Too this day.
Still love the smell.
We do a 10-cup pot every morning. And maybe one or two nights a week, people are over and we do a pot in the evening, although I don't drink it at night.That's a nice photo.
The K-cups will do, but like Scotch said, not the best. I'll use Keurig on Saturday when I'm probably only going to have a cup or two and don't want to hassle with brewing a full pot. (Sundays I usually drink tea when I'm home.)
We've got one of these Cuisinart's that I use during the week. You see this model in pretty much every TV show.
I brew 10 cups in the morning. I drink 5 while I'm grabbing a bite to eat and reading the DRC before I leave for work, and take a mug with the rest with me to work.
5 pounds a month? I think I go through about a pound a month.
I guess that's cost effective, but it's still a keurig brewed coffee. We get Peets when we can't get our local brand.