Keurig is one of the great names in coffee services. The company introduced the single-cup coffee brewing system in 1998 and since then Keurig has made countless coffee drinkers happy and returning for a refill.
One of the problems that Keurig identified with coffee brewers was the staling factor. If you brew a 12-cup pot of coffee, then a good portion of that pot is going to sit awhile before someone gets around to drinking it. And if you brew a larger pot for a larger audience like in an office setting, you’ll still have some sitting around getting stale. The single-cup brewing system eliminates that.
You simply stick your cup under the spout and let the brewer drop a cup. When you’re ready for a refill, you return to the coffee brewer and do it again.
This is a unique system. It’s grown quite popular all over the world, especially in the U.S. where office managers are responsible for keeping a lot of employees happy, even with their coffee drinking habits. Single-cup coffee brewers still have a list of standard features that are available with Keurig coffee brewers.
For instance, you get a single-cup coffee brewing system with any of the following features:
- Adjustable temperature
- Digital display
- Energy saving mode
- Mug sensor
- Multiple language options
- Vending compatible
- Water filtration feature
- Programmable for automatic turn on
Keurig single-cup coffee brewing systems can brew coffee for an 8-ounce cup, 9-ounce cup, 10-ounce cup, or 12-ounce cup. You can also get them with a wide variety of reservoir capacity, from 8 ounces to 90 ounces. They also feature a few different styles of water sourcing for brewing coffee.
The first step to choosing the Keurig single-cup brewing system for your office is to determine how many coffee drinkers you have in your office. Once you determine how much coffee you drink in a given day, then you decide on how big a brewing system you need.