08-08-2017 10:16 AM
@Sonja I love coffee. I have a setup for the guests that is similar to the one I use. A Kuerig-type coffeemaker, single serve. It is very clean (coffee grounds are so messy, no matter how hard you try. They just are.) and I use San Francisco Bay compostible inserts for the machine. I buy these in bulk from Amazon, and I use them myself. I also have an electric kettle and a decent selection of good teas in he guest area. I also put out small half-and-half creamers that don't need refrigeration. These are called Mini Moos, I think, and are popular with guests.
08-11-2017 10:04 AM
I provide a Keurig with pods, a kettle for tea (and tea) and also a french press with ground coffee. I'm a big coffee drinker so I make sure coffee maker or press is in every unit. It's pretty important to me as a guest. But you don't need a full on machine. A kettle for boiling water is sufficient if you have a french press. I got the french press in my home for $9 US and it provides 2 cups. I also provide sugar but not necessarily cream. I used to provide cream but it went bad so often and the powder kind gets clumpy. So, I just stopped doing the cream.
10-14-2017 02:41 AM
10-17-2017 03:06 PM
Hello all :)
Coffee and tea makes everyday more wonderful!
I supply assorted selection of teas, coffee, sugar and sweetener :)
Nesspresso and French press are my favorite.
Usually when I travel I take some delicious coffee and teas with me but I`m always happy to see that host has been thoughtful :)
Good luck with choosing your favorite coffee maker :)
Happy & Sunny Regards from Riga :)