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Cafe Bustelo - Espresso & 100% Colombian K-cup Combo Pack for Keurig 2.0 - 48 Count/24 Per Box reviewed by Skillet Director
Grand Havana Cuban Style Espresso K-Cup Pod for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, 40 Count reviewed by Skillet Director
McCafe Medium Dark Espresso Roast Keurig K Cup Coffee Pods ,4.12 oz (Pack - 6) reviewed by Skillet Director
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Cafe Bustelo Espresso & 100% Colombian K-Cup Pods Combo Pack for Keurig
Grand Havana Cuban Style Espresso K-Cup Pod for Keurig K-Cup Brewers
McCafe Espresso Roast Coffee K-Cup Pods
Brand
Cafe Bustelo
Grand Havana
McCafe
Prime Benefits
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Price
$39.95
$29.99
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Cafe Bustelo - Espresso & 100% Colombian K-cup Combo Pack for Keurig 2.0 - 48 Count/24 Per Box reviewed by Skillet Director
Title
Cafe Bustelo Espresso & 100% Colombian K-Cup Pods Combo Pack for Keurig
Brand
Cafe Bustelo
Prime Benefits
Price
$39.95
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Preview
Grand Havana Cuban Style Espresso K-Cup Pod for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, 40 Count reviewed by Skillet Director
Title
Grand Havana Cuban Style Espresso K-Cup Pod for Keurig K-Cup Brewers
Brand
Grand Havana
Prime Benefits
-
Price
$29.99
Checkout
Preview
McCafe Medium Dark Espresso Roast Keurig K Cup Coffee Pods ,4.12 oz (Pack - 6) reviewed by Skillet Director
Title
McCafe Espresso Roast Coffee K-Cup Pods
Brand
McCafe
Prime Benefits
-
Price
Price not available
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Reusable K-Cup Pods Test Review

and in today’s video we’re taking a look
at reusable K Cups for your single cup
coffee maker and we got these two single
cup coffee filters for under $10 and
depending on the manufacturer you can
get two you could get for under $10
we’re gonna leave links on the
description of the video if you’re
interested in getting something right
off the bat we can tell they have a
special color that make them easy to
find wherever you put them out they’re
BPA free and are compatible with any
single cup k-pot style coffee brewer
it’s a plastic and metal mesh built that
feels very sturdy for the job at hand
the advantage of these cups is that you
can take your everyday coffee that you
buy in bulk or on packs and transform it
to a single K cup hot which depending on
where you buy your coffee can save you a
couple of bucks so this is gonna make
your wallet and pocket very happy on the
top it already has a hole for the needle
that usually penetrates the K pot on the
top and at the bottom only having two
slots where the bottom needle could go
that means you have to place the pot on
a specific place we also have a max fill
line so you can control the amount of
coffee strength that you want which is
an additional plus compare it to the
regular pot and when compared it to the
regular ones that they’re about
identical as you can tell you can’t even
tell them apart except for the pink for
the lettering the construction the cost
one is full one is empty but if you can
look past that and look in their heart
and personality you’ll see they get the
job done a pro tip when filling your
reusable k pod it’s a good idea to fill
it right over your coffee so if you have
any spills it would go back in your can
or container now that we have it full we
look for the arrow on the power point it
to the machine straight and we insert it
in if you don’t place it correctly
you’ll know right away you’ll notice it
go down all the way and then after that
it’s just a piece of cake you do what
you always do let that machine know
who’s the real boss and tell it to make
you a cup of coffee right away
once you’re done you can empty out the
grounds either on the garbage on your
compost on the soil for your plants and
trees or flowers and then from there we
can take it to the sink and wash it and
then it’s ready to use again don’t
forget if you liked the video please
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A product price updated on 2020-04-05 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate a Skillet Director team earns from qualifying purchases.

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.