Keurig B70 Brings Some Variety to our Kitchen
Variety is the spice of life, right? Well then our lives have gotten a lot spicier then since we got the Keurig B70 in our kitchen a few weeks ago. I thought I would share some unintended consequences of getting the B70. So, if you’ve been reading my posts you know that we’ve really liked having the B70 in our kitchen for the shear variety of coffee that you can enjoy. I have been running through several types of coffees that I can enjoy as an espresso drinker. We have also bought some Timothy’s Green Tea and Timothy’s Peppermint Tea K-cups to enjoy when you are all coffee-ed out (yea it actually can happen in our house). With all the talk of the healthy effects of green tea, I have found that it’s a lot more inviting to brew up a green tea K-cup than dig for a tea bag and brew it, because I can control the strength and thus the flavor of the tea. I also like the larger size setting on the B70 because I have found that while I like strong coffee, I don’t like strong green tea. So, I go for the 9.25-ounce size cup on tea, and then the brewer reverts back to our pre-programmed 7.25-ounce size for the next brew (which would usually be an extra bold coffee anyways). So there you go, 2 more reasons we are enjoying the Keurig B70: 1) A wide assortment of teas, especially for us the Green and the Peppermint, and 2) Variable brew sizes to get the strength just right.
Also available is the Timothy’s Green Tea Decaf.
All of these are about $16 for a 2-pack (50 K-cups total). If you spend more than $25 - you get free shipping, and more than $49 you also get $10 off your order.
For a Review of the Keurig B70 brewer, see our sister site, SingleServeCoffee.com.
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Posted by Scott Martin at October 31, 2006 8:00 AM