Yes, by my experience, you will be able to make a good 10 oz cup of coffee from a single K-cup of Black Tiger--unless you want your coffee strong enough to bench press the coffee maker!
Seriously, I love Black Tiger and use lots of it. Some days, when I want my second mug of the day to be not so strong, I'll actually use one Black Tiger K-cup to make 16 oz of coffee! I put one in the Keurig, press the 8-oz button, and when it is finished open and close the handle and press the 8-oz button again, to end up with one 16-oz cup of coffee made from one Black Tiger K-cup. Very few K-cups are bold and strong enough to do that.
Other days, I make a single 12-oz cup of coffee from a single Black Tiger K-cup, but a single 10-oz cup of Black Tiger from a single K-cup is a bit stronger than I prefer.
Hope that helps!
bjk Mar 15, 2013
If you like a nice bold coffee to get you energized for the morning this should do the trick! We switch between black tiger and jet fuel, but use the 12 oz setting. I would probably enjoy the black tiger a bit stronger, but not the jet fuel. I drink my coffee black. Hope it helps!
Amy Mar 15, 2013
This is one of my favorites due to its rich flavor and flexibility. I frequently adjust cup size depending on the flavor I'm looking for. A 10 oz cup will not be too strong.
Best, ken Mar 14, 2013
The smaller the cup size, the stronger the coffee.
The larger the cup size, aka, more water going through the kcup, the less strong. Mar 16, 2013
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