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dslasvegas wrote:I've had the displeasure of trying this product from Daily Chef sold at Sam's Club. The 1st few k-cups worked without fail and had a rich / good flavor.
However, soon after that we began to experience problems when trying to brew a cup and have been unsuccessful since. After beginning a brew cycle everything appeared normal until the end, at which point coffee grounds would begin to flow into the mug. After lifting the lever to remove the k-cup, we noticed the hole at the top in the foil was much larger than other k-cups and is where we believe the grounds would overflow out of and into the brewed cup. One k-cup looked as though the top (for better words) exploded open during the brew process which caused grounds to flow into the brewed cup.
Now, I'm all for a thick / rich cup of coffee, but I haven't had to chew my coffee since I tried a Turkish blend coffee served at a German restaurant.
Just my 2 cents.
dsharp88 wrote:Good review! What others have you tried? What have you liked? BTW, I've tried to make turkish coffee in an ibrik, too. I don't get it, either. At least a press pot gets you most of a very rich cup before you're down to the sludge at the very bottom. With Turkish coffee, it's sludge almost from the start.
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