Looking for large single-serving coffee maker.

by Andrew
(New York, NY)


I was recently at a hospital doctors' lounge where they had a coffee maker like I'd never seen before:


Single cup at a time.

Had about 12-16 different coffee types to choose from, all in convenient little brewing bags that fit right into the machine.

Simple to use -- all you had to do is pick the coffee, drop it in the slot, place your cup below, and hit start

I unfortunately don't remember the name or brand. Can anybody help me?


It's hard to be sure, but it sounds like you were using a coffee pod brewer.

Check out the OneCupCoffeeReviews site. It shows a few different types of single serve coffee maker. You may recognize the one you used.

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Feb 18, 2013
Suncana Machines
by: Anonymous


Maybe this is it? These brewers are great!

Nov 14, 2009
I know the one you mean...
by: Barb

it's called Flavia. We have it at our office and it's great. It has lots of coffees available, and will brew cappuccino, hot chocolate, and mochacinno as well.

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