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bucfanmike
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Posted Mon Jan 22, 2007, 12:20am
Subject: Re: keurig
 

i am a regular member of singleservecoffee.com and a confessed junkie for single serve coffee machines. Let me say that i prefer french press coffee to other methods. But i started in single serve for convenience, when i only need a cup or two and work a different schedule than my wife. Hence i started trying different single serves. I have dumped all my lower end units and i currently have a keurig b50, a bunn mcp, a tassimo, and a grindmaster opod. I prefer the pod coffee to the keurig as IMO i get a better cup (taste, mouthfeel) from the grindmaster opod machine. Now keep in mind i buy all my coffee pods online and dont settle with the store crap. I know espescially on this site that there are coffee snobs who simply wont accept that anything from a pre-made pod can taste good, but i gotta tell you its better than any drip coffee i ever had and its ready in 30 seconds. I can go from having a cup of tanzania peaberry to my next cup of ethiopian sidamo.

I would however lean more towards the grindmaster OPOD for ease and convenience over the keurig. There just currently arent enough extra bold kcups available to make the keurig that great.

Oh and about the my-cup device that lets you use your own grounds.. well its finicky, but when you get the grind right, kinda between an espresso and drip then it works really well. But likewise in the bunn pod machine and the grindmaster you can put those grinds in a tsac and it brews even better.
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Posted Wed Apr 10, 2013, 11:55am
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Yea I have the my k-cup and there definitely is a difference in the coffee taste based on how fine the grinds are. In fact if you open up a k-cup you'll see how finely the coffee is grounded inside of the k-cup.


bucfanmike Said:

i am a regular member of singleservecoffee.com and a confessed junkie for single serve coffee machines. Let me say that i prefer french press coffee to other methods. But i started in single serve for convenience, when i only need a cup or two and work a different schedule than my wife. Hence i started trying different single serves. I have dumped all my lower end units and i currently have a keurig b50, a bunn mcp, a tassimo, and a grindmaster opod. I prefer the pod coffee to the keurig as IMO i get a better cup (taste, mouthfeel) from the grindmaster opod machine. Now keep in mind i buy all my coffee pods online and dont settle with the store crap. I know espescially on this site that there are coffee snobs who simply wont accept that anything from a pre-made pod can taste good, but i gotta tell you its better than any drip coffee i ever had and its ready in 30 seconds. I can go from having a cup of tanzania peaberry to my next cup of ethiopian sidamo.

I would however lean more towards the grindmaster OPOD for ease and convenience over the keurig. There just currently arent enough extra bold kcups available to make the keurig that great.

Oh and about the my-cup device that lets you use your own grounds.. well its finicky, but when you get the grind right, kinda between an espresso and drip then it works really well. But likewise in the bunn pod machine and the grindmaster you can put those grinds in a tsac and it brews even better.

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