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DisposaCups - Disposable Cups for use in Keurig® Brewers - 50 Cups, Lids, Filters - 100% Disposable
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*Free after the cost of an original K-Cup.
After using your K-Cup filled with coffee that you've purchased:
Take off the aluminum lid that seals the top.
Empty grounds into the trash or compost.
Rinse out the inside. You will see there is already a filter inside.
Fill with your own coffee.
Place a small square of aluminum foil on top and be sure to make it tight and sealed around the top edges of the cup.
Now reuse your cup a few times or many, it's up to you as long as the filter holds up. Just re-do all the steps for each cup you make.
1. No matter what method I use, I have learned to carefully reach in and pull the little washer/gasket down as far as I can on the upper needle. This will ensure a better seal and avoid overflow.
2. Just as importantly when I put the DisposaKup in, I press it down to make sure the lower needle has pierced the cup completely. This will make sure you have a flow of water that streams through the cup.
3. Fill it up and then tap the cup on the counter to settle the coffee grinds into the cup, do not press the coffee down or pack it in.
The key is take a couple extra seconds and these will work perfectly and you will save money. I love mine and will be ordering more once they are available again.
My K-Cup by Keurig
They products above ALL HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM.
You have to get the correct grind on the whole coffee bean.
And it's NOT what you think if you are familiar with grinding espresso.
If water is coming out the top, (of the products listed above) the grind is too small and/or too much volume.
The coffee is too weak and you jump to the conclusion it's because the grind is too coarse or you do NOT have enough coffee.
Wrong, it's because the water went over the top and NOT THRU THE GROUNDS is the reason it is weak.
Start off with about 1-3/4 tablespoons (do not exceed 2 tablespoons)
The grind will probably be MORE COARSE than what you typically use for BUNN type drip.
Once I got the right combination of grind setting and amount of coffee, ALL OF THESE FILTERS worked.
I have the capresso infinity conical burr grinder.
For Duncan Donut Whole Bean I use the
MEDIUM #4 position.
I use two tablespoons.
There are 16 grind settings
Extra Fine 1-4
Note that for Bunn drip coffee I use Medium #2
For espresso I used from fine #3 to other settings ... (adapted to get a 25 second draw)
Once you get the right RECIPE they all work.
Where this product comes in handy is NOT IN BREWING coffee, but in storing your recipe in an AIR TIGHT CONTAINER.
Grind a weeks worth of coffee and store it in these cups with the lid on and no holes in the bottom.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pain in the butt. Not worth the trouble. Counter productive to the whole idea of convenience; and isn't that what we are all looking for from this coffee maker in the first place?Published 16 months ago by Cris
I would never buy these again. Very difficult to use and hard to get the top on.Published 19 months ago by Jean Skora
Works well with my keurig machine. Relatively easy to fill once you get the hang of capping the k-cup [just don't smash the lid on] . Read morePublished on May 30, 2014 by Big Ed