Keurig coffee is fast becoming synonymous with single cup coffee makers. In fact, the Keurig K cup coffee brewer is one of the premier brands in the single serve coffee machine niche. The other one which you know I’ve written about extensively as well is the Senseo coffee maker. Either one will offer you great tasting inexpensive coffee with a large variety of flavors and roasts to choose from. Today we’ll coffee klatch about Keurig coffee and the Keurig coffee maker almost exclusively. Though to compare is often helpful so we might bring in our friend the Senseo pod coffee maker to help showcase differences and similarities.
Benefits of Keurig coffee for home use
For home coffee service, Keurig coffee can be relied on to get you going in the right direction if you’re looking for single cup coffee makers as well as fresh, inexpensive coffee each and every time. You’ll also have very little clean up too. And I say that the Keurig coffee pods are inexpensive because to suggest that they are cheap would perhaps color them in the tone of poor quality which is simply not the case. However, cheap in price are these Keurig K cups as well as Timothy’s K cups and the Green Mountain coffee that are all part of the brand and umbrella of Keurig coffee. If you want to dive right in and check out the full range of coffees available at Keurig coffee you can click here.
Timothy’s coffee is one of the premium brands that offer a full range of coffee pods. A couple of my favorite Timothy’s K cups, though I haven’t tried them all are the Cinnamon Pastry coffee K cups if you fancy a flavored coffee and the Breakfast Blend coffee K cups by Timothy’s if you fancy a lighter roast for breakfast or anytime for that matter.
I also mentioned that there are a variety of flavors in the Green Mountain coffee pods. The 10% Kona Blend coffee K cups by Green Mountain coffee are terrific if you’re looking for a hint of Kona coffee but don’ t want to spend the big bucks for 100 Kona coffee which can cost you an arm and a leg.
The wide variety of choices in Keurig coffee
One of the big pluses of the Keurig coffee experience is the large amount of choices available to you. There are over a dozen different coffee manufacturers vying for your attention, each one offering sumptuous and tasty coffee treats. Some of the better well known offerings are from the likes of Wolfgang Puck K cups, Newman’s Own Organics K cups, Caribou Coffee K cups, Coffee People K cups and Tully’s K cups. There are many others of course, but these are some of the heavyweight coffee K cups that are available and what make Keurig coffee such a hit in so many coffee circles, whether you’re looking for an office coffee machine or home coffee machines.
The Senseo coffee machine is similarly priced and has a similar amount of variety, however, they don’t seem to quite have the same number of premium coffee brands offering coffee pads for their single serve coffee machine, but they do have practically the same choices and varieties as are available with the Keurig coffee brewer.
The brewing units or the actual Keurig coffee makers are more expensive than the Philips Senseo coffee maker. You’re looking at around 100 to 200 dollars for a decent Keurig coffee maker. Though you only need the one and they should last you a decent amount of time. The coffee K cups, also available as K cup hot chocolate as well well as K cup teas, will cost you around fifty cents or less per serving depending on where you buy them. And don’t forget I’ve shown you how to reuse the K cup filter so you can try practically any coffee bean you like in your Keurig coffee machine. Fancy Brazilian coffee? Done. Fancy some espresso coffee beans? Done. This is the ongoing joy of Keurig coffee.