It's even smart enough to brew coffee the way you like it, whenever you'd like it, with an option to build a "flavor profile" that's saved in the system.
Bottom line: at the very reasonable price point of $250, this is a brewer worth investing in. It's ostensibly a one-touch system contained in a sleek counter-top unit. Never suffer through your Keurig again.
Wil Fulton is a staff writer for Supercompressor. He considers himself to be expertly brewed. Follow him @WilFulton.
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