Friday, January 2, 2009

Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate?


I am most excited about the Christmas gift my husband purchased for our family - a Keurig Single Cup Brewing System. We have been enjoying it immensely. With the Keurig machine, you can brew a single cup of hot or cold coffee, hot or cold tea or hot chocolate in less than 30 seconds! Simply pop in the "K-Cup" of coffee, tea or hot chocolate and hit the brew button! You can also brew your own coffee and loose tea in the reusable filter. It is so simple, the girls have been using it daily for their hot tea and hot chocolate. It is hard to find a clean coffee cup around here!



We (Hugh and I) like to put a shot of Dooley's in our coffee - it is most delicious!

5 comments:

Janis said...

Looks like a nice craptraption, but what is this "Dooleys" do I have to start worrying about a drinking problem??? Oh dear, Oh my!

{i}Post said...

I would love to try one of those, but aren't the individual brewing packs expensive?

Heather said...

I have been eyeing the keurig for a while now. I have a senseo which I love, but the ability to use the brew basket to make my own coffee is enticing. Glad you are enjoying it!

mycrzylife said...

Ihave one of those! My husband loves it becuase he can have fresh coffee whenever he wants. And I love it becuase I don't hve to make it or clean up after him. I don't really care for coffee. I use it a lot for just hot water for cup of soups! Makes lunch a snap.

As for the expense question, it averages out to about 50 cents per cup. I used to demo the machines and coffee for Kuerig and loved it.

Heather, we used to have the Senseo too and we definately love our Kuerig a lot more. The coffee tastes so much better and you have a bigger variety in the kinds and flavors you can get.

The Church Lady said...

It is definitely a girl's best friend! If you are worried about having to purchase the "K-Cups", you don't have to with the reusable filter in which you can use your own coffee or loose tea.

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