- Great aroma
- Great packaging
- The pods are not designed to fit any of the K-cup storage racks
Updated on July 08, 2020
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Kauai Coffee Single-serve Pods
Are you someone who struggles to get the right quantity of coffee but need a cup to kick start the day? In such a case, coffee pods are a big help. Capsule like structures filled with fresh ground coffee for a single-serve, the pods have redefined the coffee experience completely. Coffee pods keep your coffee clean, and the taste consistent for a long time. They are convenient and perfect for one-time use.
If you have a non-pressurized machine, go for soft pods. As the name suggests, the pods are flexible and soft to achieve maximum drip extraction. The size ranges from 50 to 70 mm, and a single pod can hold up to 12 grams of coffee.
The hard pods work well with pressure-brew espresso machines. They are firm and fit tightly inside the portafilter. They are available in a single size of 44 mm and contain 7 to 14 grams of coffee. Hard pods offer a more consistent taste than a single pod.
They are small vessels covered with aluminium foils at the top. The capsules fit inside any machine but generate more waste. They are comparatively more expensive than the other pods.
Even after starting with a great batch of beans, you can go wrong with grinding, dosing or tamping. In this situation, your coffee won't taste as delightful as you want. Pods make brewing a hot cup of coffee easy and faster.
Your pod will preserve the aroma and freshness of the coffee until you use it. It is sealed and packed correctly to keep the essence alive.
With a pod you no longer have to clean the coffee grinds off the kitchen slabs. There is no spillage and absolutely no waste around.
The pod machines are fully or semi-automatic, which means no specialized training is required to make coffee. The pods and the system they work in need very little maintenance and are relatively easy to clean.
Pods contain ground coffee, which rules out the need for getting a special grinder. You are left with extra bench space and a noiseless kitchen.
Is the bean from Arabica or Robusta? Is it a blend? Knowing the quality and origin of your beans is essential. You do not want to buy pods that will not suit your taste or are not worth the price.
If the coffee gets exposed to moisture or extreme temperatures, it spoils. If roasting, pounding and packaging is done at locations far off from each other, the taste and quality will suffer.
Oxidation and transportation can damage the pods. Make sure the packaging is airtight and waterproof so that your coffee is preserved for a long time.
Your machine will decide what kind of a coffee pod you will need. Unlike traditional methods, coffee pods offer optimal extraction. Drop a pod into the machine, press the button and watch your favorite beverage drip out.
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