Posted by Charles Waisbren on February 06, 2016 at 9:43 AM
Say it ain't so! Although convenient, the "K" cup (Keurig) coffee system has some issues. The internal tank and tubing of the brewer can't be drained and hence is a perfect environment for mold and bacteria to grow. Additionally, when the lid of the K cup is perforated to allow for the hot water to drench the coffee, the lid's polyethylene coat is leached into the coffee as well. I think that I will stay with the old fashioned filter system.
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