Helping Coffee Lovers Brew a Better Cup of Coffee and Save Money at the Same Time

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Internet single-cup coffee retailer, outlines how brewing coffee at home can provide great savings during troubling economic times. Co-Founder, Joe Simonovich explains the real savings of the Keurig K-Cup brewer versus buying a cup of coffee every morning.

Internet Keurig K-Cup retailer, wants the coffee-drinking public to know they have found a way to help them save some money in these very tough economic times.

"It's very simple," said Joe Simonovich, Co-Founder of "Brew more coffee at home."

The cost of brewing a cup of coffee at home, even when using a Keurig Brewing System is a huge savings from buying a cup at your local donut shop or coffee shop.

"People sometimes ask me, why would people buy $60 or more worth of coffee from each month?" said Simonovich. "They don't realize that the $60 spent at will buy them about 150 cups of great coffee for everyone in their family." uses the figure of $1.80 per cup as the national average for purchasing a medium-sized coffee at a donut shop or coffee shop.

"If you use our figure of $1.80 per cup, which I personally feel is a little low," said Simonovich. "That same $60 will buy you about 34 cups of coffee. That's a huge difference."

In these uncertain economic times, when people are looking for ways to save money, simply brewing your coffee at home can literally save you $100's per year.

"We're all looking for answers right now," said Simonovich. "We are happy to be able to give people a money-saving alternative to their regular morning routine."

When it comes to brewing coffee at home, an often-heard concern is about the quality of the coffee.

"In years past, people would often say that the coffee from a Keurig Brewing System just couldn't match the taste they enjoyed from their regular coffee," said Simonovich. "With all of the new technology in both brewers and K-Cups, that is no longer the case."

Coffee People Donut Shop Coffee, which has become the most popular Keurig K-Cup offered at is a coffee designed to appeal to those who regularly frequent one of America's most popular donut and coffee shops.

"If you ask me Coffee People Donut Shop Coffee is a better cup of coffee than you get at that place (the aforementioned donut and coffee shop)," said Simonovich. "To be honest, I stop there from time to time, and consistency is definitely an issue."

With the Keurig Brewing System, available at, the user gets a constant cup of coffee every time, brewed the way they want.

"I'm not saying that once you buy a Keurig Brewer your financial situation will instantly improve," said Simonovich. "But over time, trust me, you will see the savings add up."


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