Keurig is an American beverage brewing company that is best known for manufacturing the K-cup pod- single-serve coffee containers that let users prepare one cup of coffee at a time in Keurig machines.
Founded in Massachusetts in 1992
Introduced the first K-Cup brewing system in 1998
Became a subsidiary of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters in 2006
Acquired by JAB Holding Company in 2015
Currently headquartered in Vermont, USA
A premium coffee brand that offers high-quality coffee capsules, machines, coffee immersion products, and accessories worldwide.
A boutique tea company based in China that offers single-serve tea capsules, and loose-leaf teas along with teaware.
A global brand that produces high-quality coffee machines, kitchen utensils, and household appliances.
Single-serving coffee containers that allow users to prepare one cup of coffee at a time in Keurig machines, available in various blends and flavors.
Brewing systems that use K-Cup pods, available in various models to suit different needs and budgets.
A line of Keurig machines that can also prepare tea, hot cocoa, and other hot beverages besides coffee.
Keurig machines typically last for 5-7 years if properly maintained and cleaned regularly.
Yes, Keurig K-cups can be recycled, but some preparation is required to separate the plastic, coffee, and filter components.
Keurig machines do not make true espresso, but they can produce a concentrated coffee that resembles espresso.
Yes, some third-party coffee pods are compatible with Keurig machines, but it's best to check the packaging or manufacturer's instructions first.
To descale a Keurig machine, users should fill the water reservoir with a descaling solution and run the brewing cycle several times. It's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and clean the machine regularly to maintain its performance.