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I own a Tassimo and a Keurig. Now I use this coffee to save the environment and money.
June 24, 2015
PROS: Skip ahead three paragraphs.
You've stayed in hotels enough times to enjoy, loathe, or grow to accept in-room coffee.
This is that coffee.
If you've stayed for one or two nights, you've either liked the coffee or made it too strong (not enough water) or too weak (too much water). After a few days you adjust the water level to your preferences and start looking forward to your morning coffee and wish your boyfriend understood you so well. Sometimes it doesn't take much to make me happy--this is one of those times.
PRO: This coffee goes in the compost when it's done! My Tassimo and Keurig pods don't (yes I own both). These look like slightly oversized round tea bags. They cost less than 25 cents each which is far less expensive (less than half) the other plastic and foil and coffee pods. After one month it was less expensive for me to buy a new coffee maker (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B003GW873G/ref=sr_ph?ie=UTF8&qid=1435192385&sr=1&keywords=49970) and this coffee.
Note that it will take you a few tries to figure out how much water to add.
If you have a Keurig or Tassimo, think for a moment how much space 30 pods takes. Now think of how much space 30 tea bags take (a jam jar). Buy this coffee, buy a coffee maker that uses it, and save counter space, save landfill, save money.