The Keurig C K-Elite is the exact same brewer as the regular Keurig K-Elite.
So, what does the "C" mean?
The "C" stands for Costco as this version is specially-packaged for sale at the big box wholesaler.
The only difference between the K-Elite and C K-Elite is the included accessories:
Essentially, it's an all-included starter kit.
And though it's designed to be sold at Costco, you can still kind the C K-Elite online on certain marketplaces.
With that out of the way, let's take a second to talk about this K-Elite machine, which is Keurig's top-of-the-line home brewer.
Equipped with a 75 oz water reservoir and encased in a modern brushed metal exterior, the K-Elite looks the part of a premium coffee maker.
It acts like it, too.
We've already named the K-Select our pick for best bang-for-your-buck Keurig because of its combination of price and performance.
But when you pit the K-Select vs the K-Elite feature-by-feature, there's no doubt which is Keurig's best model.
Aside from the reservoir size and brushed metal design, here are the K-Elite's other notable advantages:
With the K-Elite, Keurig has taken yet another leap forward in their quest for total pod-based coffee supremacy.