I Cannot Live Without My Mini Keurig


1. I can make one cup at at time. Obviously, Kuerig has cornered the market on the one cup at at time market. I am all for it. I don't need a pot of coffee. Though, I pass no judgement for those of you who do.  Please, for the sake of the rest of us, indulge.  ;)

I think I love coffee more for the aromatic benefits, the cream and sugar sweetener and the routine of it than anything else. Is that so wrong, I ask?

2. When I do have more than one cup a day, I can change flavors easily. Raspberry chocolate truffle for one cup and green tea for the second.

3. And speaking of other hot drinks . . . My kids don't know it yet, but I can make hot chocolate with my new Keurig.  I'll whip out that little gem of a treat on a special day sometime soon.  It's even easier than the packets and the microwave technique.

4.  There's hardly any commitment.  I recently discovered that some flavors come in three packs.  I can try a new flavor and not feel like I am obligated to make an entire bag.

5.  Dunkin Donuts coffee.   Yes, they have DD coffee in K-cups.  Hey, America runs on it.

6. I can always find great deals online.  Try Coffee Outlaw.

7. The machine stores away easily.  Sure, this can probably be said by anyone who owns a coffee maker.  But that doesn't make it any less convenient for Keurig owners.  And space (or not taking up too much of it) is a deal breaker in my obsecenely small apt.

8. I don't generally like bold roast coffee, but I found that by brewing 2 cups of coffee from the same K cup, mixing them and then making iced coffee from it turns out pretty good.

9.  The prices on K-cups may be more expensive per cup, but they have come down in price over the last couple of years.  That is something to be joyful about.

10.  I no longer have such a great urge to splurge on coffee house coffee.  I get a great java brew right at home without the price tag.

(This is not a sponsored post.  I just love my Keurig!)

Counting it all coffee lover's joy,

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