... My Wife purchased for me a Keurig Mini Brewer, model B31.....
Same here, a Christmas present a year ago. Used it last summer and loved it. (also have a bigger one at home) No grounds to mess with, DW can have her tea and I get whatever blend I feel like at the moment since I bring several different blends. It makes great iced coffee too. If I thought 50 cents a cup for coffee was too much to pay I couldn't afford to own a TT.
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We also have a Mini plus Keurig in the MH. We use a solofill cup with our own coffee instead of the My K cup. Found it at Bed Bath and Beyond. It fits into the Keurig just like a Kcup. You don't have to remove the K cup holder. It uses less coffee and tastes better. Of course we bring along Plenty of Donut shop coffee because we love it.
Me gonna stay with our two coffee makers and a coffee grinder on our trips...
Coleman 9-cup percolater
Cusinart DGB-600B Grind and Brew Coffee maker
Mr Coffee Grinder
8-Oclock Coffee Beans Columbia Ground
This covers both camping at sites with hookups and back in the woods... I run my Cusinart coffee maker off 120VAC at camp sites with power or off my Inverter/Generator setup at off the grid camp sites.. The Coleman Perc and coffee grinder is a back up..
Must have my good fresh ground bean coffee or go home...
The trick we learned along time ago is the water you use to make with coffee with. Try a few different bottled water brands and always carry some of that along with on the trips. Coffee will always turn out the same everytime...
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