Well, first of all, a number of the brands listed *are* available in k-cup form already. Agreed that you might get more useful feedback elsewhere (e.g. www.singleservecoffeeforums.com) IF you introduce yourself properly and make clear why you're asking people for this sort of info., what you plan to do with the results, etc.
Agreed. Refillable is the way to go. At work I use K-cups and actually think they're underrated here as a method to use when less convenient (and better) methods aren't available (like for me at work). However, I use refillable (Eko-Brew) and grind my own self-roasted coffee in the morning and put it in the Eko-brew cup. At home, I don't have a Keurig and would never consider getting one.
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