Single Cup Coffee Filter | Reusable K-Cup Filter

I am very happy to announce that CoffeeForLess is carrying the best single cup coffee filter on the market today: the K-Cup.

Okay, okay, you knew that, but now, CoffeeForLess is carrying the refillable K-Cup, and this means that you can enjoy single cup coffee convenience without sacrificing that obscure Turkish cat poop coffee roasted by Middle-Eastern eunuchs during the Autumnal Equinox. Now, put all that personal preference goodness into your own K-Cup and enjoy it a single cup at a time! Just imagine how happy the eunuchs probably are to stay in business!

Look, I’m usually excited about things. I blame the caffeine for that, but here’s the thing about this new product in the CoffeeForLess line up: it’s awesome. It’s just plain awesome. It solves the only problem that I have with the Keurig brewers.

Personally, I rarely brew a pot of coffee without adding a little espresso to it. This boosts the flavor, the body, and that all important caffeine content. So, when I started using K-Cups, I lost the ability to make my personal house blend. Not anymore, folks!

I’ll mix up my regular coffee and my espresso roast in advance and keep it in a quart canning jar on my counter. This means my house blend coffee is ready to go, and with this single cup coffee filter that fits in my Keurig machine, I’m just a scoop or two away from a filled K-Cup. That’s it. One step more than a regular K-Cup with a bit of forethought.

Now, I enjoy my K-Cups for variety, but when I want my coffee exactly how I like it, I use the refillable K-Cup. This is quite simply the best single cup coffee filter on the market today, and it works in the best machines!

Best Tasting Coffee | Make the Best Tasting Coffee

 

How to Make the Best Tasting Coffee
When you’ve been in the coffee business as long as we have here at CoffeeForLess, one question that often comes up is how to make the best tasting coffee possible. We have put in the time and practice necessary to consider ourselves expert on the subject, and in this entry, we hope to give you great advice on how to get the absolute most out of your beans. Follow the advice below, and you will have the best tasting coffee possible.

Use Good Equipment for the Best Tasting Coffee

There are usually two devices between you and your cup of Joe: the coffee maker and the coffee filter. From there, coffee goes in the mug and in the belly. This makes an excellent coffee maker our first line of defense against bad coffee.  Regularly cleaning your coffee maker and your coffee carafe will ensure that you are not consuming stale, burnt, or sediment-riddled coffee. Any adulterant in an unclean coffee maker or carafe can add off flavors. Your coffee filter is a potential source of off flavors too. We recommend that you use a reusable gold tone coffee filter. These more inert filters are significantly less likely to add unwanted flavors. Don’t forget to clean your filter regularly though if you use a gold filter! This sort of proper maintenance of brewing equipment will ensure you the best tasting coffee possible from that equipment.

Use the Best Ingredients for the Best Tasting Coffee

Coffee, at it’s heart, is just two ingredients: coffee and water. We figure it is probably common knowledge that grinding your own whole coffee beans is always going to make better coffee than ground coffee if you’ve got the time to do it. Some people are going even further and roasting their own green coffee beans at home. This is a bit much to many coffee drinkers, but if you have the time to try it, even for novelty, you might just have some of the finest coffee you’ve ever had. Think store-bought bread compared to homemade bread. We aren’t kidding.

The most overlooked ingredient in coffee is the water. Using freshly filtered water or even bottled water makes for the best tasting coffee. Everything in your water, which can be such vile-tasting chemicals as chlorine, ends up in your coffee mug. So start with bottled water or even a point of use water dispenser’s water, and you will note a cleanness and clarity of flavor in your coffee.

Though some of our suggestions might seem over the top to you, they are par for the course to many coffee drinkers. The best tasting coffee comes from using clean, quality equipment with excellent ingredients.
 

Buy K-Cups | Why Do I Buy K-Cups | CoffeeForLess Blog

I get asked this often: why do you buy K-Cups? Well, the answer is usually a lot more complicated than most people prefer to hear, so I thought I’d blog about it. You see, I buy K-Cups because I love coffee, but not just because I love coffee, also because I love life. Silly, right? Why would the fact that I buy K-Cups result in a discussion of existentialism? Coffee, to me, is an expression of life, and in everything in life, I try to experience it, enjoy it, and savor it to the fullest.

Buy K-Cups for Bliss?

Will I attain bliss if I buy K-Cups? No. That’s silly, but when it comes to the things in life that you enjoy, you’ve got to reach. Don’t just settle for the low-hanging fruit in life. Reach for the best, and how are you going to know what the best coffee is if you don’t try as many as possible? One of the major reasons that I buy K-Cups is that I can avoid the coffee rut. A rut is something you get stuck in, a pattern you repeat lazily because you think it’s good enough. Let me tell you, folks, life’s not in the rut but in all that space outside the rut. K-Cups let me drink a different coffee every day if I want, and now, thanks to CoffeeForLess’s build your own K-Cup box K-Cup singles, I can completely control my coffee adventure.

Buy K-Cups and Learn

Did that sound silly? Maybe your coffee is not an adventure, and you should be asking yourself why. If you make an adventure of the things you enjoy in life, you become an aficionado. Wine drinkers understand this, craft beer drinkers, cheese appreciators, and fine art collectors too, and I can’t help but think coffee should be the same. You become an aficionado of something by experiencing it. By buying K-Cups, you can learn about coffee from all over the world without fear of committing to a pound of beans that you don’t like.

So, if you were wondering, that is why I buy K-Cups, friends. I’d love to hear why they’re your favorite too.