Getting back to cup holder related info, here’s a coffee article:
What is a one cup coffee maker? Well, as the name might suggest, it is a coffee maker that brews one cup of coffee at a time. It’s a normal sized cup able to fit in any standard drink holder.
These days, not everyone wants to brew 10 or 12 cups of coffee all at once. There may not be enough people around to drink that much coffee, especially if you live by yourself or have a small family. In addition, these large coffee makers keep coffee warm for a long time, which means that if you don’t drink it in time, the coffee may burn and have a bitter aftertaste.
That’s why more and more consumers are turning opting to use a one cup coffee maker instead. These nifty coffee machines may not be considered wheelchair accessories, but are also known as pod coffee machines, due to the fact that they make coffee from a coffee pod. Of course, the next question is, what is a coffee pod? Well, basically it’s a specially packaged single serving of coffee grounds, enough to make one cup of coffee. Just place the pod in your coffee maker, press the switch, and voila! Your coffee is ready. No more messy grinding and worrying about grounds going off, the pods have it all taken care of.
Using coffee pods also means that you can try different varieties of coffee, since pods come in a range of flavours, from Viennese coffee to French Vanilla to hazelnut to… well, you get the idea.
Cleaning your one cup coffee maker is also a breeze. Just open the latch and throw away the used coffee pod. That’s it.
One cup coffee makers take about 30 to 40 seconds to make a single cup of coffee. This is great for those mornings when you’re in a rush, but you still want your gourmet coffee. Just serve it in a travel mug and head out the door for a great start to your day.