Rated 4 out of 5Â by Dean777 I have two!
I've had my Keurig for 5 years now and it came with it. I've since acquired a second My K-Cup about a year ago. These work perfectly and I much prefer my own blends that I grind and spoon into the basket. I drink 2-4 cups per day and these are easy to clean in-between brewing. Tap the base against the basket overtop an old coffee can and rinse over the sink with cold water (not the disposal though!). Then I take the used grinds and dump them into the flower bed :)
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Hooked on Keurig My K-Cup Experience
My Keurig came with the K-Cup. And I was going to purchase one had it not. I am delighted with the K-cup. I love flavored coffee's and have not had any of the issues mentioned in the reviews. I get a perfect cup every time. I make sure to wipe the grounds from the outside of the filter before I input it in the cup to brew and I fill mine all the way up. I also make sure the lid is screwed on tight. I have noticed if I over fill it the lid won't screw on. I am extremely happy with my K-Cup and the money it is saving me to not have to go out and buy more of those expensive individual coffee's
Rated 4 out of 5Â by bey97 It needs a few cheap parts
You need to buy a 1/2" faucet washer/gasket with a 3/4 OD, and place it on the top to make it tight when closing the Keurig. They are $1.00 for pack of 5 or so at the hardware store. That way your coffee grinds don't fall into your cup or make a weak cup of coffee. You also need to buy another pack of replacement filters if you have more than one coffee drinker in the house so you are not having to wash out wet grinds all the time. Other than that it brews our coffee perfect. Not sure why Keurig didn't include washers/gaskets or just design the resuable cup without the slight indention at the top...
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Wendy Weak Coffee
I got a B70 brewer for Christmas & thought this filter would be the bomb, as I love flavored coffee & flavors are limited in the k-cups. My filter did not leak but it makes brown, hot water. There is no flavor in the brewed coffee at all, no matter how much coffee I put in the filter. When I emptied the filter, most of the coffee grounds were dry. So, obviously, the water is forced through the center of the coffee, unable to brew what is in the filter. I'm very dissapointed & am taking the filter back to the store. K-cups are expensive when you drink 2 or more cups a day. Not happy at all.