“I don’t want your Buzzbox Coffee. I have a Keurig!”
This is what a friend of mine told me recently. I told her, “Great! But, did you know your Keurig is being held hostage by Gangsters?”
“What! What are you talking about?”
Here’s what I told her. . .
1. Big Coffee’s Gangster Tactics are Shackling Your Keurig Cost Per Cup
It’s not really who you know, it’s who you pay. A variety of big coffee companies have paid to have the exclusive rights to produce K-Cups. This has created a ‘coffee monopoly.’ Why does a ‘coffee monopoly’ matter to you?
Well, with a ‘coffee monopoly’ the Keurig cost per cup is astronomical. Around 80 cents per Keurig cup. Compare this to around 25 cents for a cup of organic, shade grown coffee. To give yourself the best Keurig cost per cup keep reading!
Also, these coffee companies roast their coffee in big batches, pre-grind the coffee and then store it for months in prepackaged K-Cups. These K-Cups can be upwards of 12 months old by the time you pop them into your Keurig. Since coffee goes stale around 10 weeks after it has been roasted (and even sooner after grinding ) these pre-packaged K-Cups contain stale coffee.
2. Use a Solofill Filter to get the Best Keurig Cost Per Cup
How do you beat big coffee’s stale and pricy cronyism? Make your own K-Cup. Keurig makes the My K-Cup filter. Simply purchase fresh coffee from a local independent roaster and batta-bing-botta-boom you’ve got yourself a quick and easy, fresh and flavorful, K-Cup. Keurig’s My K-Cup filter also helps to alleviate the environmental burden on local landfills since prepackaged K-Cups aren’t recyclable.
We specifically recommend the Solofill reusable filter for the best Keurig Cost Per Cup. The Solofill does a great job of providing convenience with less mess. Plus with the Solofill your cost per cup is at 25 cents cost per Keurig cup instead of 80 cents. Give yourself the best Keurig cost per cup!
3. To get the best tasting K-Cup use only freshly ground Coffee
Why let big coffee companies extort you for K-Cup convenience? A stale, prepackaged K-Cup cost per cup is around 80 cents. For around 25 cents a cup give yourself fresh coffee from the local roaster of your choice. At a local roaster you can buy coffee that is hours young not months old. Coffee that’s fresh is the most important factor in brewing the best tasting cup of coffee. So combine the convenience of K-Cup with the great taste of fresh coffee with the Solofill reusable filter to give yourself the best Keurig cost per cup!
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