- Traditional coffeemaker
Most Helpful Girl
The only good thing about Keurig/Nespresso is convenience, because in terms of freshness, cost and ecological impact (not many people actually recycle properly) those two are severely overrated.
I love my keyring but why is the water reservoir so fucking small? I swear I just "think " about making a coffee and the keurig is all "needs more water!"
generally, it costs 11 times as much to make coffee with a Keurig. Not a good deal if you drink a lot of it.
I rarely drink coffee
so a Keurig does it me when the mood strikes
however, if you're an avid coffee drinker or someone on a budget, I can see how traditional is better. It's also multi-purpose, unlike a Keurig
Can't vote. I have owned both. I loved the Keurig when I wanted a really good cup of coffee. Where I stopped loving it was the expense of the coffee pods. Its approximately $.70 per pod. Which in itself isn't that bad, but if you are a multi cup drinker (I am) It adds up.
A traditional coffeemaker reduces that cost, but you sacrifice quality with that. Even if you are buying really good grounds.
I do like that new machine they have out that has both the traditional and single cup brewing system. That way on days when I just want one really good cup of coffee I can make it. On the days where I know I'm going to be drinking lots o coffee, I can brew a whole pot.
Keurig that way I am not forced to drink half a pot of coffee if I don't want to.
I like espresso
Traditional coffee makers are cheaper and the coffee tastes more natural. And keurig feels like I'm cheating on real coffee. But keurig just has so many flavours!
Just bought a 525 , it has a carafe if I want a pot, but most of the time I do single serve. I dont waste as much coffee
Old school. Cheaper, better, less work involved. In a long term, faster.
Mr. Coffee for me. Old school!
French coffee press ftw.
traditional. Keurig likes to get political so I don't support them anymore.
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