I was thinking about how coffee manufacturers are now producing individual servings of coffee in those little sealed plastic containers, and it brought to mind Carnac the Magnificent. Remember? Johnny Carson and Ed MacMahon did that schtick on the Tonight show where Johnny was Carnac and he would put the envelop to his head and guess the answer. Every time they did it, they mentioned that the envelopes were “hermetically” sealed. ใบเจียร
Anyway, that’s what I think of when I look at the K cups or T discs. You can’t see what’s in them because they are hermetically sealed. The coffee is put into the container shortly after the roasting and grinding take place. Those coffee grounds never see the light of day, nor are they affected by the changes in atmosphere. That’s what helps them to maintain a consistently great taste.
Both K cups and T discs are similar in packaging and disbursement via the brewing process. A little protrusion pokes through the top seal from above, introducing the filtered water, and another spike creates a hole from below to allow the brewed coffee to exit into the waiting coffee mug.
Which is better? As far as the machine is concerned, the Keurig Single Serve Coffee Brewer has gotten slightly better reviews because it is made a bit more substantially than the Bosch Tassimo Single Serve machine. However, it depends where you look for users’ assessments of the final brew as to which one is actually better. Because it stands to reason that what goes into your mouth is what you will evaluate.
One thing to consider is that for the Bosch Tassimo you can find specialty brews like Latte, Cappuccino and Espresso, while the Keurig brand does not offer these. So if you want a home brewed Latte, choose T dics. If you just want a good cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, they both offer mostly the same brands of individual servings. Carnac says, “Choose either one for a heavenly coffee drinking experience.”