December 27, 2012
The National Coffee Association's latest research on National Coffee Drinking Trends indicates that 75 percent of adults in the U.S. drink coffee, with 58 percent saying they drink coffee daily. It comes as no surprise that a coffee maker is a must-have appliance in most homes. One-cup coffee makers are popular with today's consumers, thanks to their ability to brew a single cup of coffee at a time.
But there are two types of one-cup coffee makers: Traditional models, which like standard coffee makers, use filters and coffee grounds to produce a full pot (or mug) with each brew; and pod coffee makers, which use pre-packaged pods to brew a single cup. So which one-cup model is best? Here's how they fare in this "mud" slinging contest:
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