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The Keurig Rivo Cappuccino and Latte System

by Keurig
361 customer reviews
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  • Modern black housing
  • 15 bars of pressure
  • 2 espresso sizes: short (1.4 ounces) or lungo (2.8 ounces)
  • 3 frothing modes: cappuccino, latte, cold froth
  • Brew under 1 minute
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The Keurig Rivo Cappuccino and Latte System + 30 Count - Lavazza Sampler Pack for Keurig Rivo (3 Flavors, 10 Pods Each) *No Decaf* + Lavazza Espresso Classico for Keurig Rivo System (0.26 oz, Pack of 18)
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Keurig Black R500 Rivo Cappuccino and Latte Brewing System

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 10.8 x 11.4 inches ; 18 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00B4G6GAM
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: R500
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (361 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,872 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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1,058 of 1,095 people found the following review helpful By Alfred Closson on November 4, 2013
First off, I must say I did not purchase this from Amazon. My wife alerted me to the TV deal at $229.00 and I went onto YouTube and watched it and decided that deal was too good to pass on. That's my confession. I have made a great many purchases of many, many things here but, not this. That said, my path to the Rivo was a long one.
Let me explain a bit. I was prepared to plunk down a couple grand more than this machine costs for a "gourmet home espresso machine" I love espresso. I travel quite a bit. Been to Italy many, many times. Naples, Venice, Palermo, I lived on Sicily for a time, etc... In addition, I have lived in the Seattle area for 4 years. So, with that bit of background, I have grown tired of having to leave the house every time I want a good espresso or cappuccino. So, I began to research home systems. I was at a mall that featured Nespresso systems and was impressed by the quality of their mid level systems. Specifically, the Lattissima systems. I also tried the Citiz and Milk. And, truthfully, if I was on a budget I would choose that over Lattissima.
Then, as I said, my wife saw the Rivo infomercial. Told me about the partnership with Lavazza, whose coffee we both Love. And, I went to their YouTube video to watch their infomercial. We both decided to give the 30 days no questions asked money back guarantee a shot. At $229.00 with all the Lavazza coffee samples they include we thought what do we have to lose. So, we took Keurig / Lavazza up on their offer.
The thing about capsule systems is the consistency of coffee or espresso from batch to batch. The Rivo is not the best espresso you can possibly get from a talented barista. But, even from the best espresso cafe's you get variance in each serving.
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333 of 347 people found the following review helpful By G. Roberti on January 25, 2014
Let me start out by saying I have been a home coffee roaster for well over ten years, I have been drinking espresso for over 40 years, my normal coffee in the morning is a French press, and I also have a Faema commercial espresso machine in my home. I'm not saying this to make myself look like some sort of coffee snob, just to say I know both ends of the coffee tasting spectrum.

I also own a Kuerig K-Cup machine for over 5 years and use that daily, along with a vac-pot and Cappresso drip machine. My point being, you need to put each method of making coffee into it's proper perspective. For me, what I use to make my morning coffee has mostly to do with how much time I have. If I'm out very early, I grab a travel mug and put in 2 k-cups worth of coffee. If I have more time, French press. When I entertain, I grind up some beans and make a pot of drip or fire up the Faema to make espresso & cappuccinos, etc. Again, my point being, have the proper expectations of each way of making coffee and base your opinions on the taste of that method.

I've had the Rivo for about 2 weeks now and I think I have a handle on it's strong & weak points.

First off, the method by which they have designed the capsules to create the pressure is just short of genius. Piercing the top to inject the hot water into the capsule, to build up pressure, and then have it expand in size to then pierce the bottom prongs to then release that pressure to start the brewing process and create the crema is really something. Look at a spent capsule to see all the holes on the top and bottom. Numerous holes on top to make sure all the grinds are utilized and then releasing that pressure evenly from the bottom with a similar pattern of holes is an engineering marvel.
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324 of 360 people found the following review helpful By Elliott on September 26, 2013
I have had this machine since it came on the market. I enjoy Mocha Breeves made with half and half. A good frother is the key. I have had a good non-pod machine that finally died. I wasn't impressed with the other pod type machines frothers. This one is pretty good EXCEPT you are limited to a small amount of milk per froth. It does have a pump vs. steam so you can quickly make more.

I like the Lavazza espresso, and you better too because that's the only brand that will fit this machine. It my understanding that Lavazza is going to be the only pod supplier. There will be no fill your own pods. The pods for this machine do no not fit most of the K cup or Vue cup racks or drawers well. Hopefully we will see some other storage systems like drawers for the Rivo.

The machine is easy to use, easy to clean, and pretty fast.

The flavored syrups from Keurig are the worst I have ever tasted. I suggest Ghirardelli or Torani.

Pricing here is not as good as Bloomingdales for the machine. But Bloomingdales lately is making online ordering frustrating over credit card verification. I have found that buying pods through Keurig is the best price once you are a club member, promotions make pricing even better. Just make sure you plan far ahead or be prepared to pay for expedited shipping. Slowest shipping ever. Edit 4/21/14 Pricing is now much more competitive both on websites, and bricks and mortar stores. Look for sales.

So why 3 stars? I do have concerns about the plastic frothing cup. Even though I hand wash it, it is developing stress cracks. THESE ARE NOT SCRATCHES, they are stress cracks in the plastic. The plastic is getting cloudy near the bottom.
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