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PODS AS REAL COFFEE...
drllama
The biggest issue with the reusable pods for us, and we went a couple of years with a Keurig and our home roast...

CLEANING. At one point I had about 40 pods, because I hated cleaning them so much that I'd let them build up before doing a massive round of cleaning...

and then I had so many that some started getting moldy before I got around to cleaning them....

and I ended up chucking the whole lot out and going back to my trusty Moccamaster.

pouring
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Started with FreshRoast+, moved through a Cafe Rosto, two Alpenroasts, iRoast, managed to set a Behmor on fire, a couple of GeneCafes and now my shiny new Hottop
 
MPSAN
The ekobrew is OK and not too hard to clean at all. It makes the best Keurig coffee from my roasted beans, but I do not do it very often.
"If it Ain't Broke, Fix it 'til it is"!
 
Mike0101
Hi Guys,who can advise the Keurig coffee maker?pouring
 
scienmy
Mike0101 wrote:

Hi Guys,who can advise the Keurig coffee maker?pouring


Maybe some true coffee experts would say that it’s a third-rate choice, but still it’s worth remembering that you’re going to buy it for your home and there’s no need in some super cool and expensive coffee machine. So, I would definitely say yes, it is a good choice for home. Easy in use, fast to clean, comparatively cheap. Considering the usage, the best thing I can do is share this article — https://homus.org...se-keurig/. They also include a small comparative list of the models.
 
ThomasCee
Mike0101 wrote:

Hi Guys,who can advise the Keurig coffee maker?pouring


What is your question about the Keurig? I'll offer advice carefully on the subject :)
Edited by ThomasCee on 04-17-2018 12:18
 
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