The One Cafe
The One Café is a solution to having to choose between brewing an entire pot of coffee or investing in a one cup style coffee maker. Instead, you can now use one coffee maker for all your needs. It works by allowing you to place the One Café within your regular coffee maker, which allows you to make single serve coffee. Thus, you will never need to worry about making too much coffee when you only want a single cup. Additionally, single serve cups can be tailored to your specific strength needs. You can make a mild, moderate or strong of coffee with One Café.
If you have ever wanted to make just one cup of coffee, but only have an ordinary coffee maker - then you know how much coffee can be wasted. Now, instead of wasting entire pots of coffee, you can opt to just make a single serve cup - even if you do not have a single serve maker. You simply need to place the One Café into your regular coffee maker and choose your strength. Your coffee of choice will then brew through your regular coffee maker, making a cup that is your preferred strength. Thus, the One Café is a solution that helps you get rid of kitchen clutter without sacrifice.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of The One Cafe is $14.99 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $21.98.
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- Strength Options
Unlike many coffee makers, the One Café allows you to choose between three different strengths for your coffee. So, you can adjust your preferences based on your cravings for that moment instead of settling for the same type every time.
- Refillable Pods
Single serve coffee pods can be expensive when you add the total of how many are needed within a month. The One Café includes reusable coffee pods, so you do not have to keep replacing them after every use. Instead, you can use your coffee of choice to fill a pod, brew it, clean the tiny container and reuse it as needed.
- Easy to Use
This product is easy to use and does not require much effort. You simply place the One Café into your existing coffee maker after choosing your strength. After the coffee pod is placed into the One Café, you press start and watch as your single serve coffee brews.
- Fits Most Regular Makers
The One Café fits most regular coffee makers. This means you can use the One Café at home, or with the coffee maker in your office. You no longer need to worry about wasted coffee needing to be poured down the drain. Instead, you can simply use the One Café whenever you desire only one cup of coffee.
- Still Needs Pods
While this system is a convenient way to make single serve coffee, you still need to have pods handy. If you lose the ones that were provided for you, you’ll need to purchase additional pods. Thus, if you are unable to conveniently find reusable pods - you might have to resort to more expensive options - such as disposable, pre-filled pods.
- No Adjustable Size
You do not get to choose the size of your cup. Thus, if your cup is normally a large mug, you might have to brew multiple times to fill it. Since there is no option to mention the size of your cup - you will get the exact same amount of coffee in your single serve brewing session every time. This might be a hassle for those that prefer large or much smaller coffee portions per serving.
How It Works
The One Café requires a filled, reusable pod ( which is included ) to be placed inside of this provided. It is then shut, allowing the One Café to pierce through the pod. Once that is complete, the user then chooses their preferred strength for their coffee. After that, the One Café is placed into your regular coffee maker’s basket. Water needs to be added in the usual container before pressing the start button for the coffee to begin brewing. Your brewed coffee will vary in taste according to the preferences you input by turning the One Café knob to mild, moderate or bold tasting coffee.
Tips & Tricks
- Rinse Pods Asap
After each use, make sure to rinse your reusable pods immediately. If you wait too long, the grinds inside the pod will begin to mold - which will become a breeding ground for bacteria. Avoid this by treating your pods just as you would treat the basket / filters of your coffee maker.