Dorm Room Coffee – dorm rooms are messy, single serve coffee makers are not.

When you’re living and studying in a dorm room, you don’t have a lot of space to spare.

So if you want your own coffee maker, your best bet is to use a single serve coffee maker.

That way you have no mess, no filters to buy, and no wet, yukky filters to throw away. You just place the K-cup or pod in the machine, close the lid and press one button.

These machines are compact and very easy to use. And you can store the K-Cups or pods in a drawer until you are ready to use them.

All of a sudden your dorm room coffee-making is simple, fast and mess-free.

Which kind of single serve coffee maker should you get?

Well, there are two main formats to choose from. Either will work just fine for your dorm room.

Keurig single serve coffee maker

Well, there are two main formats to choose from. Either will work just fine for your dorm room.

Coffee K-Cups are like small yogurt pots filled with ground coffee. And for them you’d probably want to buy one of the Keurig coffee makers.

Coffee Pods are like large, round tea bags. Your best bet for a coffee pod machine would be one of the Senseo models.

Senseo single serve coffee maker

Either format works just fine. Both make coffee-making simple. So whether you want a quick brew first thing in the morning, or a fresh coffee late at night, you just put water in the reservoir, add a K-Cup or pod and press one button.

Where to get a single serve coffee maker for your dorm room...

You can find out more, and buy the Keurig K-Cup brewers here.

And the Senseo brewers here.

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