By Justin Shepherd, foodcoffeelife.com
Tuesday, January 8th, 2012 8:00 AM CST
Do the math. Turns out that “convenient” little cup of preground coffee isn’t cheap. In fact, it’s more expensive than the very best beans we sell. Add in the fact that the K-Cup coffee was likely roasted months (or even years) ago, and that it went stale as soon as it was ground, and it’s a no-brainer. So just to clarify: You can purchase a commercial-quality coffee grinder, any number of high-end brewing devices, filters for those devices and our finest, priciest coffees (roasted just days before) — and still save money as compared to K-Cups.
Want to know more about buying and brewing great coffee? It’s cheaper, and easier, than you think. Just ask Spencer’s owner Justin Shepherd how to make coffee the frugal way. No reason you can’t have high quality coffee and continue brewing fabulous coffee at home.