One thing I forgot to mention in the video is that you can also brew any of your favorite iced drinks, such as coffee's, tea, lemonade and Vitamin waters. Whether ...
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TIDBITS: Coffee to the rescue For some, nothing can replace it. Without it, the day doesn't begin properly. Some need multiple cups. Some need it throughout the day. Some go home and drink more of it. It's safe to say Americans have an affection for this beverage. In fact, we [...]
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The Difference Between Iced Coffee, Cold Brew and Nitro Brew Even if you're not considering an espresso drink or a something-ccino, you'll have to decide between iced coffee; its pricier cousin, cold brew; and maybe even a nitro brew. Don't get me wrong: Iced coffee costs more than the hot stuff because of [...]
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Love craft coffee and beer? This local Kickstarter is for you But, unlike their past products, which focused solely on brewing beer, this one can make almost any brewed beverage you can dream up, from coffee and tea to kombucha, horchata and dry sodas. The base is about the size of a coffee and soaking time [...]
What's the Difference Between Iced Coffee, Cold Brew, and Nitro Brew? Iced coffee costs more than the hot stuff because of the extra materials involved—like straws, ice (not to mention the ice machine required), and plastic cups, which can cost up to two times the price of their paper counterparts. It's typically the [...]
The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.AmazonLike many people I know, I prefer iced coffee. Especially for the summer (and in my opinion even in the winter), it’s more refreshing.But it’s not something I can confidently make at home. And because of that, I’ve settled for hot most mornings, since throwing a reusable pod into a Keurig and hitting a button is about as much...
In 1998, Keurig introduced a way to take a fairly simple task — brewing coffee at home — and make it even easier. The company’s single-serve coffee maker was a hit among individuals who didn’t want to take the time to dump grounds and water into a percolator or think in advance about how many cups of joe they might want to drink. Ever since then, established companies and start-ups alike have been trying to recapture the magic of making a ton of money off a device that is hardly necessary...
(GMG) - Whether it’s your life-blood and you can’t even think about starting your day without a cup, or you’re just a casual sipper, coffee can mean a lot of different things to different people. For Stefanie Smith, the owner of a small coffee shop inside the Flint Farmers Market, which is about 70 miles north of Detroit, coffee reminds her of the warm cups she’d share with her mother as a little girl. Or, a toasty drink will transport her back to her grandmother’s house, which sits...
Why it matters to you Have your coffee ready when you arrive home with Smarter Coffee, which links up to your smartphone.Eggs and bacon are delicious, but we all know coffee is the real hero of breakfast. The marriage of coffee and the tech industry has come a long way since the days when Keurig K-Cups were king; there are now ways to ensure you have the freshest coffee beans out there, plus a device that can brew your cold drink in five minutes. Next week, you can expect a...