Not all K-cups are created equally. You may know this already… Some typical coffee drinkers report their K-cup brands to hold high-acid profiles, leading to a host of health issues and dangerous consequences. Coffee’s amazing; we all love it. … but at what point does drinking high-acid liquid start to wear on your health, tear […]Read more
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Keurig is one of the more common household names in single-serve coffee. It’s been around for decades, with the introduction of the K-Cup in the late 90s making the Keurig the big hit it is today. Bringing a Keurig into the home not only promises delicious coffee with each brew, but offers convenience that other […]Read more
Keurigs aren’t perfect. They’re usually great, reliable machines that brew us our morning coffee at the single touch of a button! But they do have some occasional flaws and annoying occurrences. One of those experiences is your Keurig making weak coffee that tastes a bit watery or not as strong as you once remember. We’ve […]Read more
A natural question to ask after using your Keurig coffee maker for a while is: “Do K-cups expire? Will they go bad, and how should I properly store them?” It follows that shortly after you buy a Keurig and some K-cups, you’ll need to restock and want to try some different flavors and delicious roasts. […]Read more
It’s hard not to love a good Chai latte. They are caffeinated, creamy, spiced, and sweetened to taste. Unlike spiced cider chai tends to be a bit darker in favor and a lot creamier than coffee based lattes in my opinion. Making chai at home can be a slowish process on the stovetop as the […]Read more
Keurig has gotten way to complicated in recent years if you ask me. They used to be simple to understand, you pop in a k-cup and hit a button and you have a cup of coffee in a minute or so. These days the simple machines from other brands are forcing Keurig to make fancier […]Read more