A Keurig Mini single-serve coffee maker will run you around $80 -- maybe $65 if you happen to catch a sale (like ). Do you really need to spend that much to brew a single cup of coffee? And what if you want to use your favorite grind instead of a K-Cup? (In my experience, the Keurig makers do not fare well with those BYO-coffee inserts.)
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This compact brewer can accommodate either ground coffee or K-Cups. Then just fill it with up to 14 ounces of water and hit the power button.
Here's the key limitation: It's not large enough to accommodate most travel mugs -- anything taller than 5 inches. You could brew into a standard mug and then dump it into your Yeti or Contigo, but that's kind of a hassle.
Still: $20. And I'll note that I recently started using a larger version of this very product, one that does have room for a travel mug. (I'll let you know the next I time I see that for less than $55, the current price.) It's been working well, and in fact it's now my go-to choice for ground coffee. (I'm kind of done with K-Cups; quality beans taste so much better -- and produce so much less waste.)
This could be a great option for all kinds of scenarios: Dorm rooms, tiny apartments, work sites and so on. While you're mulling it over, check out our roundup of.
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