Disclosure: I received these reusable Keurig filters from EZ-Cup for review purposes only. All opinions are my own. #Keurig #EzCup
I love my coffee. I tried to ‘quit the habit’ but I just love it too much. Especially now that it’s getting colder. A good, warm cup of coffee is the perfect way to start my day.
I also love my Keurig. Being able to make one cup at a time is perfect. But those little K-Cups can get expensive. Check out these great reusable Keurig filters from EZ-Cup.
Do you love your coffee but don’t want to pay the K-Cup prices?
Why EZ-Cup Reusable Keurig Filters?
Since it’s invention in 1908, paper filters are the most common and best way to brew coffee. They do the most thorough job in removing particulates and thus effectively traps bitter sediments for a smoother richer cup of coffee. In addition, paper filters allow you to use any type of grind while permanent filters require courser grinds. Finer grind coffees have a larger surface area exposed to the water so it provides a richer cup of coffee. Permanent filters also transfer foreign tastes and odors to your coffee.
- Use your own coffee in Single Cup Coffee Brewing Machines
- Extract a better, richer cup of coffee using our Self Tamping Spring
- It’s EZ to clean up
- ECO Friendly Biodegrable filters
- No coffee ground in your freshly made coffee
- Save up to 80% on Prefilled Coffee Capsules
I have tried other reusable filters. I had one that leaked coffee grinds into every cup of coffee and one that just leaked water all over the place. That was annoying. And I’ve had others that just don’t fit right in the machine.
Then I tried EZ-Cup. They have a couple different kinds of reusable filters for the Keurig and all have been great. They all work perfectly to give me a great cup of coffee every time I brew. Without the coffee grinds!
If you’re looking for a great Reusable Keurig Filters then check out EZ-Cup.
Stay tuned for a Reusable Keurig Filters Giveaway! One winner will receive:
1. 4 Pack Eco-Fill standard
2. 2 Pack Eco-Fill deluxe
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