Let us all just face this right now: my human is a coffee addict and that's all there is to it. She once confessed that she sometimes dreams about sucking on coffee beans.
But let's move on.
She has expressed a desire for a Keurig-type coffee maker to use in her trailer when she travels. The idea is that she can make one very good cup of coffee, brewed directly into her stainless thermal flask, and can then sip on that said beverage without having the mess of a pot to deal with or a filter to throw away.
But the drawback is the expense and environmental consequences of those plastic K-cups. Ever notice how even the most squeaky of enviro-types manages to fly *their* private jets while critiquing others about their carbon footprint?
None of THAT for MY human. It's either figure out the sensible way to do it, or not do it at all.
To that end, to meet her coffee bean sucking... I mean, coffee drinking goals while traveling, she has ordered the "Caffe Verde Reusable/Refillable K-cup Filter Starter Kit" offered by The Friendly Barista.
The filters are stainless steel for longevity, and top-rack dishwasher safe. Ah, so. No more paper filters to throw away.
Environment, you're welcome.
My human is still shopping for the perfect coffee-maker. She does not want a huge system for her travel trailer, and has been tempted to try the more compact knock-offs advertised at discount stores. While she explores reviews and feedback on these machines, she would appreciate any comments or insights those who have experienced the smaller coffee makers might provide.
We will report back once we've been able to make use of these charming little items, which we received at a discount in return for our thoughtful review.
In the meantime, stay out of those personal jets and take up bicycling.
Easy for me to say, writing from under the bed. But that's just what I do, so get over it.
Miss Emmy Dickins
Premier Lifestyle Consultant