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Single-Cup Coffee System for Your Home
Want a fresh cup of great coffee without having to run to Starbucks in the middle of the afternoon? Don’t need a whole pot, but really need a little caffeine fix before you dig into the evening activities? Consider a single-cup coffee system for your home and find out how easy it is to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee, anytime, with no waste and no clean-up.
Single-cup brewers are not new to the market. It’s been many years since the first single-serve coffee pot was introduced to consumers. But many of the first single cup systems were not really any easier than the standard coffeemaker and even came with a few disadvantages over a traditional coffeepot. It’s tough to gauge how much coffee is needed to brew a single cup of coffee. You have to have a different size of filter than the standard coffeepot takes. There’s just as much cleanup with a regular single-cup brewer as there is when you brew a full pot.
Today, though, there are new methods of brewing single cups of coffee. Some still use regular coffee, but simply have bean and water reservoirs and brew directly into your cup. The Hamilton Beach Brew Station and the Mr. Coffee Home Café are examples of this type of system. These are great alternatives to traditional coffeemakers and are widely used by consumers for convenience and ease of cleanup.