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Keurig B60 Coffe Brewer Review

coffee maker and how it works the Keurig
is different from a regular drip brewer
because it uses these nifty little
things which called K cups so instead of
having to use loose coffee and put it in
the filter and measure it out and spill
some on the counter and then make your
coffee all you have to do is insert this
little doodad into the coffee maker so
what you do you lift this up drop this
in close it down and you’re ready to go
now we won’t make the coffee just yet
because there’s a couple of other things
I want to explain to you about the
brewer it’s it’s probably not the
smallest brewer you can find it has a
little bit of a footprint but at least
you’re not going to have to worry about
finding extra space for grinders or for
messing around with filters the water
goes in on this side here if you’re lazy
you just take the top off and pour some
water on the top or if you do it
properly you can just take the whole
thing out fill it with water at the sink
there’s a nice little blue light down
here which is flashing when you know
when the water gets down to a certain
level and you don’t have enough for the
next cut that little blue light will
flash and let you know on the right-hand
side here there’s a little bit of
electronics happening you can there’s a
timer there you can you can go through
cleaning cycles all kinds of stuff now
down here these little flashing lights
and they’re flashing because I’ve put
the tea cup in there and there I’ve
closed the lid I have a choice of three
different sizes I can do on this one
here a small cup of coffee that’s like a
six ounce cup it really is like a like a
like a cup this Center one is more like
a mug of coffee and that’s what we’re
going to make in a moment I just put the
mug there and this one here on the right
hand side is if you’re using a travel
mug and that’s why I compared to in fact
that our earlier model to be 40 there’s
a bit more height here so that when
you’re filling a travel mug there’s
enough space to fit it in the gap there
now keep in mind that when you use these
three different sizes
you’re using the same k-cup the same
amount of coffee for everyone which
means that when you make a cup of coffee
for the very small car you’re going to
get a stronger taste medium cup like
this you’re going to medium taste and if
you’re going to make a travel mug full
of coffee while you’re using the same
amount of coffee to fill you know with
something with a lot more water so if
you do use that right hand setting for a
travel mug then what you need to do is
buy what they call Extra Bold k-cup s’
and what happens there in fact you can
you can feel it if you shake the
different K Cups they just put some
extra coffee in there so that when you
make the travel mug size you still get
the same strength of coffee as you would
with a mug so this whole thing is super
simple super clean I’ve put it in there
I close it up I choose the mug size
press the button
and we’ve got a little bit of noise here
it doesn’t last for long and here we go
out comes the coffee now javis advantage
to using a Keurig k-cup coffee maker is
like there’s no mess at all there’s no
preparation
you don’t buy separate beans and grind
them or buy ground coffee and measure it
out into filters you don’t have to clean
up afterwards except if you spill
something you don’t have to handle and
throw away kind of wet down coffee
filters so so this is this is wonderful
if you’re feeling a little lazy or you
just appreciate the convenience when I
appreciate it most actually is it first
thing in the morning I set the timer to
to heat it up and get it ready to brew
you know by at 6 o’clock in the morning
so when I get out of bed at sort of 6:15
6:20 I can just walk over to the brewer
drop in a k-cup and they think the cops
come in you get a box of them like
there’s 18 per box so though we tend to
keep them in in a little pot like that
and like I say in the morning I just
come in and I just drop in the k-cup or
I can do that the night before close it
up press the button and bingo there you
got a cup of coffee so it’s super simple
if there’s a downside here it’s that
each cut because of the packaging
because the preparation each cup of
coffee you make is going to be a little
more expensive than if you use the drip
cup now a drip brew now that said this
is does it there’s a wonderful choice a
coffee isn’t it’s a wonderful tasting
coffee it makes really good coffee so
you just have to balance the the cost
issue it’s much less than you’ll pay if
you you know drop into your local coffee
store it’s a little more than you’ll pay
if your own if you make your own coffee
with a drip brewer or French press or
something like that
so that’s it for the for the B 60 that
there are others in the range there’s a
B 40 which like I say he doesn’t have
quite the same amount of clearance here
doesn’t have quite a number of options
in the electronics the B 70s little more
expensive has a few more bells and
whistles up here and the B 30 is a much
smaller unit which is ideal for
traveling or a few
in an RV or a boat in a dorm room in
some very you know where space really is
at a premium but all of them use
basically the same system the same
process you know you put in the k-cup
you pierce the cake up when you know
when this comes down there’s a little
hole you see the hole that’s punched in
the top of the cake up there that’s
where the water comes in there’s a
little hole punched in the bottom there
and the coffee’s in here and there is a
filter there’s a paper filter in there
as well so pressurized water is pushed
through here through the coffee through
the filter out the little hole down the
spot and into your cup very efficient
very time efficient and like so I’ve
taken this out now and you know if I
shake it I’ll probably get a drop a
coffee at the bottom but basically
they’re just now take this and and I
drop it in the garbage
so you know there’s there’s no mess no
hassle super candy

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.