Recently, Keurig discontinued several of their product lines to simplify their product offerings. One model to get the axe was the Keurig Rivo, the company's lone machine designed to brew espresso and milk-based beverages like lattes and cappuccinos.
In its place, Keurig released the K-Cafe.
Like all Keurig brewers, the K-Cafe brews K-Cup coffee with this model offering 6-12 oz brew sizes using the standard K-Cup system.
However, the K-Cafe also has the ability to brew concentrated espresso-like beverages you can savor straight or use as a base to make lattes, cappuccinos, and other specialty drinks.
The integrated frother has 3 froth settings you use for your custom coffee creation:
Making any specialty beverage is as easy as pushing two buttons: Brew and your foam of choice.
And if a regular cup of Joe is what you're craving, well, that's as easy as it's always been.