You can, but we certainly don’t recommend it. Instead, follow the tips and advice outlined in this article. It will be worth the little extra effort.
You sure can!
Most people make coffee with a Keurig for the speed and convenience
. Making a superb cup of coffee requires time, patience, and labor, so why not save your time… and sanity? After all, that is WHY you bought a Keurig, right?
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Absolutely! Using the K-cups you already have at your disposal is a quick and easy way to get a cup of iced coffee at a much lower price point compared to the $4 you would otherwise pay at Starbucks
It’s a far more illustrious idea to let Keurig do all the heavy lifting; less hassle for you in the end.
So, here’s a question that often comes up: does Keurig compromise on taste and quality?No, we don’t think so
, though that will largely depend on the k-cup you buy.I’m quite partial to the 100% Colombian Coffee by Kroger
(it’s actually just rebranded Green Mountain coffee), and if I’m being perfectly honest, this is my go-to if I’m short on time. It’s fairly priced to boot.
While making iced coffee with your Keurig, you need to be careful with the coffee-to-water ratio because the ice melting in the coffee can give you a weak and watered-down flavor. Don’t worry, we have the solution.
To follow is how you can make your Keurig iced coffee stronger, so it all perfectly balances out.