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The Keurig K-Cup is the greatest trend to happen to coffee in America
But when I have occasion for a boost at work in order to get something done, I'm happy with the mug of Newman's Own that I made in the office kitchen in 45 seconds. After all, even the worst K-Cup gift is better than Folgers instant coffee crystals stirred into
What more could you ask for. We’ve had the Keurig for two months now, and there’s no turning back to Mr. Coffee. Pitiable, Joe DiMaggio. And we’re not talking about the Yankee Clipper’s 56-game hitting streak, a baseball record that never will be broken. We’re talking about the spokesman for Mr. Coffee in the 1970s and 1980s. When Simon and Garfunkel asked in “Mrs. Robinson,” “Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio. he was working on a come down with to be paid spokesman for the revolutionary Mr. Coffee brewer. So much for hitting streaks. Everything is available on the Incredible Internet, including clips of old Mr. Coffee commercials featuring Joe DiMaggio. Coffee was the “rigour coffee brewing system,” Joe DiMaggio said, with a filter that was “scientifically designed to extract only the finest qualities from your coffee” that would “filter out oils, sediments and bitterness. ” Which says a lot for a sincere paper filter. My first coffeemaker was a golden yellow four-cup percolator that I bought to take with me to college at St. Cloud State in Minnesota. I had not ever drank coffee before, but it seemed to be the thing to do to be able to stay awake late to study. I can’t forget that first cup of coffee. I filled the metal filter with coffee and let it brew. It may have been the strongest cup of coffee I have perpetually drank, even to this day. It was so thick and rich that a spoon could have stood upright in the cup. And it tasted like pure caffeine – rich, deep and dark. And when I tried to go to bed, it was as if my senior was floating on my pillow. The Keurig takes all the guesswork out of brewing coffee for a perfect cup every time in under a minute by packaging the coffee in disposable K-cups. And the varieties of coffees you can chosen are limitless. Everyone seems to have their own K-cup: Starbucks, Caribou, Folgers, Tully’s, Green Mountain, Newman’s Own, The Original Donut Shop and on and on. There are 60 brands and 400 varieties to settle upon from, including tea. But, so far, the best coffee is from The Original Donut Shop, which I had never heard of before. The Incredible Internet reveals it to be a shop in San Antonio, Texas, that goes by the name, The Primary Donut Shop and Tacos, and that’s got to be some kind of regional thing because in free association games, I don’t put doughnuts and tacos... I’m not sure what that says about me, but a taco is not a breakfast comestibles. Doughnut yes, taco no. Maybe I live too far north, and this could be the next best thing to get into as a startup business in these parts. But The Original Donut Shop makes a superior cup of coffee, whether it’s in San Antonio or not, unrivaled in the brands we have tried so far. Folgers is the most pathetic, delivering a Mr. Coffee taste without the crack of the bat from Joe DiMaggio. The Keurig model we have has three settings for the amount of water delivered: 6, 8 and 10 ounces. The 10-ounce fills my big Nebraska mug with room to spare for cream, which I need because the coffee comes out too hot, and I have a heat-sensitive mouth. I need to take the edge off the hotness. I really don’t like vehement my tongue or the roof of my mouth. We’ve discovered that you can get a 10-ounce cup of coffee at full strength, then re-brew the K-cup for a 6-ounce cup of coffee that’s a little weaker but still pretty good. So that way, you get two broad cups – a cup being 8 ounces – in the morning. When the doctor asks me how much coffee I drink, I say two cups, but really, that’s two large mugs, and because of Keurig, I know now that a mug is 10 ounces, so, really, I was drinking more than two cups of coffee. Now, with Keurig, I am drinking two cups of coffee in the morning – measure-issue, 8-ounce cups. That’s plenty of coffee for one day, although on weekend afternoons in the winter, a third cup of coffee tastes good. I didn’t know I could have high-end restaurant-fashion coffee at home until we came across the Keurig. Now, there’s no turning back. I’ve been spoiled. Good to the last drop. Sorry, Maxwell House.
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