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I'm in Love

with my new Keurig Coffee Maker!


How have I gone this long without one? I was not convinced that a single cup brewing system would work for me, due to the amount of coffee I consume in a day. All I need is a new $10 a day habit! But I finally figured out, that with the little filter thingy, I can also still use ground coffee, and just use one or two k-cups a day.

So far that has not happened. When Santa dropped off the coffee machine, he also got me quite an assortment of 80 or so k-cups to try. To make matters worse, after Christmas, EVERY store I have been in has had k-cups on sale, so another 60 have been purchased. I've been averaging 8 k-cups a day, and Brad is in for at least 4! A whole area of my kitchen has turned into a coffee bar.


Santa also brought me a Nepresso Areocino. How did I live without this wonderful instant frother for an afternoon cappucino? The foam is amazing and quick! I am a barista in my kitchen.



There's more... Brad asked Santa for a new burr coffee grinder. Now I can use all the wonderful beans I have been hoarding. I am in coffee heaven! It's ALMOST like being in Roma!


Comments (3)

Enjoy! I love mine and it is almost worn out! Lots of great flavors and blends to try. Best of all you can get some great deals on Kcups at Shoffee.com


Well that Nepresso Aeroccino certainly makes my little hand milk frother look pathetic. I think it will be top of my birthday list!

Shelagh (SJ):

Happy New Year Palma and Brad!
I love your little foam-thingy-machine!
We got a small Krups espresso maker, with a foaming attachment , at Christmas; I didn't realize that so little milk made so much froth and foam!! Eek!
I'll be searching for great coffee in Italy to bring home in May.

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