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Instant Coffee with iCoffee by Opus

Who here is a coffee lover? That’s what I thought. If you landed here, you are among coffee loving friends and are curious about the new iCoffee Single Serve Coffee Machine.  I’ve had mine now for several months and wanted to give it a rigorous workout before I tell you all how it performs.  Guess what. I LOVE it! I never thought I’d replace my Keurig but this one is a winner and has lasted and works as good as day one. 

Why do I like it better than my Keurig at this point? It is very comparable, but the iCoffee has one feature that makes it a win.  My husband and I like different size coffees and I like mine different depending on the kind of beverage I’m drinking.  Instead of a small, medium or large cup size, you have a dial that moves up from a 4 oz – 12 oz cup sizes in 1/2-ounce increments.  That means I can pick a 4 oz for my teas or hot cocoa and a 10.5 for my strong brewed coffee.  It makes the flavor just perfect, not just close. 

Outside that feature, the iCoffee functions much like the Keurig. The iCoffee has a large 75 oz. water tank that is easy to refill, a removable drip tray and works with K-Cups or use your own ground coffee in a special adapter cup.  

The coffee is spun while brewing to ensure good flavor during extraction giving you a nice full flavor that your coffee deserves. 

The machine has held up very well and so far we are impressed.  If you are looking for an alternate single serve coffee system, give the iCoffee a chance! 

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Tracy Iseminger

Tracy is a busy mother and social media junkie. Her adventures in cooking led her to create Daily Dish Magazine. She has a passion for travel and wine. You can find her writing at Back Porch Somm as well. She works with a local digital marketing agency and as a Dental Hygienist, but her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family.

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