HOW TO MAKE KCUP COFFEE STRONGER

Posted on Wed, May 13, 2015


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Stronger Kcup coffee is a battle cry often heard from Keurig users. Everyone loves the convenience of one cup coffee brewing, the variety is second to none but, sometimes consumers find the coffee a bit on the weak side. If you belong to this school of thought, you have come to the right place.

I have three tips that will have you enjoying a hearty cup of joe each and every time with your Keurig.

1) Use a Keurig 2.0.

The Keurig 2.0 coffee brewers comes equipped with a "strong" option. Simply choose this setting and your brewer will work it's magic extracting an extra level of depth and flavor from your Kcup pod. This technology produces a coffee with a slightly darker appearance and a bit more bang for your buck when it comes to taste.

 
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Extra bold Kcup pods are a sure fire way to add a ton of depth and flavor to your morning cup of coffee. Extra bold Kcups contain about 20% more coffee grinds. The larger amount of coffee takes this line of Kcups to a whole new level with more depth, flavor and caffeine.  

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Feeling really daring? Brew an extra bold Kcup on the strong setting of your 2.0!

3) Shop where the variety is. 

The majority of Kcup coffees available in grocery and retail stores are chosen to appeal to the masses. This means flavored coffees, light roasts and medium roasts. Stronger and darker Kcups often scare consumers away. That leaves you with little choice in the way of strong Kcups. Authorized distributors on the other hand, we carry 'em all! 

The whole premise behind Keurig Kcup coffee brewing is personal choice.  Every person in the home or workplace gets their perfect cup of  coffee. This of course includes those of us that prefer a little more of a kick to our morning cup. Follow these three simple tips and you will never complain of weak Kcup coffee again!

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Topics: Keurig K-cup FAQ's

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