Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker Review

Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker
Overall Rating
77
Coffee Quality (40%)
75
Design & Features (20%)
80
Durability (20%)
75
Ease of Use (10%)
90
Brand Reputation (10%)
70
The Bottom Line
A low-cost version of Keurig's name-brand brewers, the Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker uses Keurig K-Cups to brew 4-12 oz coffee. Its 45 oz reservoir and durability are decent, but that's to be expected with a 3rd party model.
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Key Features of the Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker

Key Features of Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker

Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker Overview

Complete flexibility brewing unlicensed, Keurig 1.0, Keurig 2.0, and reusable K-Cups, the Mixpresso Single Cup Brewer is my top choice for budget K-cup coffee maker.

Does it brew good coffee? Yeah, I’d say it does. I’m more of a “keep pouring…keep pouring…why aren’t you still pouring?” coffee drinker and found the Mixpresso brewed a little weak on the larger sizes.

For convenience this unit does have programmable sizes, so you can set to whatever size and strength you like. The 45 oz water reservoir is mid-range size for single-serve brewers.

Pros
  • Full K-Cup compatibility
  • Convenient orange water level indicator
  • Auto-Off after 15 minutes
Cons
  • Directions are very tough to understand
  • Not compatible with softened water
  • Only works with mugs up to 6.5″ tall

Is the Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker for you?

Is Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker for you?

Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker Review: An In-Depth Look

Check out the Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker!

Check out Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker!

Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker
A low-cost version of Keurig's name-brand brewers, the Mixpresso K-Cup Coffee Maker uses Keurig K-Cups to brew 4-12 oz coffee. Its 45 oz reservoir and durability are decent, but that's to be expected with a 3rd party model.

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