Written by: Kiley Jacques
Do you require a good brew to get you up and at ’em? Do you like to keep things simple and make it snappy? If so, consider making the Keurig B60 Special Edition Home Brewing System a kick-starting kitchen companion. Not only does it allow you to make the quintessential cup, it is sleek in design and quiet.
With a choice of 6 oz., 8 oz. and 10 oz. cup sizes, you have the option to fill ‘er up or cut back on your caffeine dose by making a mugful or opting for a teacup. And it’s not only coffee we are talking; tea, hot chocolate, even oatmeal are possible – just add water to the 48 oz. removable water reservoir, punch the brew button and call it done.
The increasingly popular “K-cups”– specially designed, single-serving disposable coffee pods – are easy, fun and available in an ever-growing assortment of flavors by manufacturers like Starbucks, Tully’s, Green Mountain, Dunkin Donuts, and Newman’s Own.
Other features include:
- Removable drip tray (great for tall travel mugs)
- Backlit LCD display with digital clock
- Programming options
- Water temperature settings
- Energy saving mode
At a cost of $149.95, the Keurig B60 Special Edition Home is a moderate investment, but well worth the expense. Black & Decker makes the Brew ‘N Go single-cup brewer, but Kerig has the corner on this niche market; it offers a host of similar brewers, including commercial grade models.
- Makes excellent coffee
- Simple and fast
- No messy coffee grounds
- Widely available
- K-cups sold in most stores
- K-cups are expensive and not environment-friendly
So, if you are busy, caffeine addicted, and crave quick quality coffee, then the Keurig B60 Special Edition Home Brewing System may be something to add to the wish list.