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I'm not a fan of Kurig, but the stand is beautiful.. There's something to be said about a lifetime of scooping out coffee one scoop at a time at 5am.. I'm not sure what there is to say about it, but that's the way I do it and have for the past 45 years.. lol
Enjoy your coffee and keep at it..
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Keurigs are notoriously bad for the environment as you can't recycle the plastic and people go through so many.

The creator of it has openly admitted that he regrets ever building it as its now one of the largest producers of landfill plastics.

The stand looks neat though.
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Never have cared for Kurig. When I want a cup of coffee I want to go pour it then. Not have to fool with some package I have to insert into a machine and then have trash to throw away.

My coffee pot turns on 7 minutes before I get up. All I have to do is get a cup, pour and drink.

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Keurigs are notoriously bad for the environment as you can't recycle the plastic and people go through so many.

The creator of it has openly admitted that he regrets ever building it as its now one of the largest producers of landfill plastics.

The stand looks neat though.
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Never have cared for Kurig. When I want a cup of coffee I want to go pour it then. Not have to fool with some package I have to insert into a machine and then have trash to throw away.

My coffee pot turns on 7 minutes before I get up. All I have to do is get a cup, pour and drink.

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Keurig does have a re-usable cup that you fill with whatever grounds you want rather than using the k-cups. This is what I do. Its much faster than brewing a small pot of coffee and you aren't burning through all those plastic cups.

Neat stand too btw.

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I'm not a fan of Kurig, but the stand is beautiful.. There's something to be said about a lifetime of scooping out coffee one scoop at a time at 5am.. I'm not sure what there is to say about it, but that's the way I do it and have for the past 45 years.. lol
Enjoy your coffee and keep at it..
I think the reason I love the keurig so much is because I don't drink a lot of coffee, not even every day. But when I want a cup, I can brew just a cup
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