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K-Cup machines are all designed to quickly brew a single cup of coffee, tea, hot chocolate, or other hot beverage. The grounds (or other brew material) are supplied in a prepared, single-serving unit, called a "K-Cup". Once the machine has warmed up, the user inserts a K-Cup into the machine, places a mug under the spout, and presses the brew button; within 20 to 60 seconds, the beverage is ready. By omitting the K-Cup, users can also dispense a mug of hot water.
I like your new coffee maker, however there's a way to reduce the mold growing in your coffee, put it in the refrigerator.
Originally posted by boncho
In the old days I was torn from either making 2 or 4 cups in my coffee maker. I knew that sometimes I would drink more sometimes less, but I could never gauge how much I wanted when I first woke up. This led to a lot of waste and given the hassle of cleaning the pot out after during a rushed morning, sometimes it sat for a while.
Let that go a couple days and you end up with this:
I like being able to control the caffeine dose in each cup differently