Yes, coffee is addictive. Seems Keurig brewers are too.
by Nick (Coffee Detective)
I have had a Keurig brewer myself now for years. And yes, it makes brewing coffee a lot more convenient.
So I get the fact that people rave about their Keurig coffee makers.
But if you browse Twitter, Facebook and a few other social media sites, you’ll quickly find Keurig owners who love their brewers a LOT...and sometimes maybe a little too much.
I guess that’s what happens when you combine an addictive drink with a super-easy way to make it.
Here are some of the raves from Keurig owners.# I think someone mispelled Keurig on my new coffee maker, should be spelled "KRACK" because it literally is coffee "krack" and I need to stop drinking it.
# i got a keurig for my birthday and now I can't stop drinking the coffee. If I stop drinking coffee, I stop the walking, the breathing and the words-putting-into-sentences doing.
# for the love of God, every child in this house has been up since the crack o' dawn. sucking down coffee from the keurig;)
# will not be able to sleep...I just tried every flavor of coffee that came with my new Keurig:)
# What I love most about my Keurig Coffee Maker: My kids think it's fun and offer to make my coffee. Win!
# is obsessed with my new Keurig Plus Personal Coffee Brewer. I can't stop drinking Coffee! Coffee Coffee Coffee! I think I drank a little to much today...I need to come off my caffeine buzz!
# Keurig where have you been my whole life? In love with my coffee maker!
Keurig owners gone wild?
If you want to join the party, you can choose from a few different models of Keurig brewers here