Excited about your new Keurig coffee maker? Keep the joy of your Keurig around by taking proper care of your machine.
According to the Keurig website, Keurig brewers are made to be used at elevations up to 6,000 ft. This means that if you live in the Colorado Springs area, your Keurig coffee maker may need a little care to stay working at its best.
Not sure if you can tell the difference between filtered water, bottled water or tap water in your home-brewed coffee?
We know our coffee and we know the secret to a great pot but nothing proves our point better than experiencing it for yourself!
Since we know that coffee's main ingredient is water, it's clear that the water you use to brew it will make a huge difference in how it tastes. This is true whether you use an automatic drip coffeemaker, single-cup brewing system such as the Keurig coffee maker or a French press.
The best way to see which works best for you and your coffee system is to do your own blind taste test of the coffee. So get some friends or family together for a coffee tasting party!
We all know coffee is an important part of life. Second only to water, most would say. While no one would ever deny their love for coffee, most don't realize that they may be brewing it completely WRONG.
Did you know you're probably brewing your coffee all wrong? Did you know their was a right and a wrong way to brew your coffee? Luckily your local Colorado Springs refreshment and water experts are here to offer you our quick guide to the dos and don'ts of brewing a perfect pot of coffee.