As a gourmet single serve coffee manufacturer, we know the ins and outs of everything it takes to brew a great cup of coffee in your Keurig® - including what to do when things go wrong. That being said, we’ve been paying attention to the questions and problems you, our dear customer, has regularly been experiencing; And, at the end of the day, it’s our goal to make your brewing experience as enjoyable as possible. So, we put together information and answers to your top 8 most asked Keurig® machine questions. Take a look below - you might find the solution to your problems!
No matter how you brew your coffee, water is going to have a significant effect on the end results - Your Keurig® is no exception. Running hard tap water through your Keurig® can leave a tough-to-clean trail of mineral deposits. Alternatively, softened water can leave hardened salt deposits behind that can prevent your coffee and tea from brewing correctly - This can even ruin the taste of your coffee. Your best bet is to use filtered water for coffee brewing. Water that’s been filtered of minerals and other elements will not only give your single serve machine a longer life span, but your coffee will taste even better.
Have you been finding floating coffee in your cup lately and been wondering where they’re coming from? There’s a good possibility that the needle that penetrates the single use cups has become clogged and needs to be cleaned. Luckily, there’s a quick fix for this. Just follow these steps!
Once the steps above have been completed, you should have a much cleaner brew!
When you’re expecting a steaming hot cup of coffee, and instead are met with only half as much as you expected, it could be due to a few different reasons. Here are the most common (and easily fixed!):
Definitely not. Running milk through your Keurig® is a quick way to clog your machine. Instead, try using milk pods or heat and froth your milk separately. Keurig® even has a new K-Cafe® that has a built-in frother!
In short, yes. Your coffee pods can be affected at higher altitudes, resulting in an inferior brew. Keurig® recommends that you pre-puncture the bottom of your plastic cup by pushing down on the pod slowly after placing it in the holder and before brewing - this helps prevent your pods from rupturing. Lowering your brew temperature can also ensure a more even brew when you live at a higher altitude. The Keurig® 2.0 series has a high altitude setting that can help.
According to Keurig®? None. They recommend all parts are hand washed for best results.
Over time, your Keurig® can build-up a large number of mineral deposits, which can affect your brewing and your machine’s overall performance. It’s recommended that you descale your machine every 3-6 months. Depending on how hard your home or office’s water, you may need to perform this function more often. You can find everything you need to know about descaling here.
Your Keurig® uses the most power upon starting and performing initial heating - about 1,500 watts. Following the initial start, it maintains about 200-400 watts in usage while managing heat.
Do you have a maintenance question we missed? We’d be happy to help! Email our incredible customer service team at email@example.com or call 888.407.0889.
*Our single serve cups are compatible with Keurig® original coffeemakers. Keurig® and K-Cup® are registered trademarks of Keurig® Inc. Angelino’s Coffee has no affiliation with Keurig® Inc. or K-Cup®.