Frank Liotti: Derek, do I have to remove the filter from the inside of the disposable
plastic cup? Also, how is everyone able to screw the grey cap on? Mine
won't screw on with anything but the black/gold/mesh filter the machine
Jeff Gilchriest: Can you zoom in? How do I do that? Funny!
God is One: good catch
Derek Price: Umm, no. My name is Derek Price and has been since 1972. But an awesome
sexytiprout: dereq, this is awesome, i ll try that right away... thank you
Derek Price: The less water used, the stronger the coffee. I have also found that if you
leave room in the filter, it will impart a better flavor. So scoop the
ground in but leave 1/4 from the top.
Derek Price: Glad I could help.
Rick Bilkhu: At what setting do you have to put it on in order to get a strong coffee? I
usually use the setting one below travel mug.. Also i have the platinum
version. Does it make a difference? Thanks for the video..
Randal Oulton: Derek, just wanna clarify for others that "cleaning out the used k-cup"
involves also removing the paper filter, or you won't be able to seat the
reusable filter in deeply enough to screw the grey lid back on.
Xxbadass101xX: Derrrr i have hillbilly pants derrr
Derek Price: You are correct, they mean using the filter basket and an unmodified K-cup.
By snipping off the foil from the used cup, you are forcing more water
through the grounds and then out the bottom of the basket.
Derek Price: @thezcguy No problem, glad I could be of help.
lBRAlD: The 30 min cup... I'd rather have 12 in 3 min. I have the 60 oz Keurig,
make the smarter choice get a Bunn. It costs $4 to make a pot of coffee
using K cups. Buy premium coffee use a Bunn, less wasteful + more bsng for
Derek Price: @Jenny. Yes, once you have the Kcup ready, it can be reused. Eventually,
the sides will rip, but you should get 20-30 brewer.
MsAuggie4: Hi Derek....can I ask if you've ever had any problems with your machine
from doing this? I tried it and it worked beautifully....Thank you!! I just
don't want to damage my new keurig considering how much they cost. In the
"my k cup" user guide it says not to use the filter basket with an
origianal k cup because it will cause too much pressure....but maybe they
mean a full one w/the paper. Just curious, your thoughts?
spongebobbies: For a strong cup of coffee I use French roast! For a even more stronger cup
I drink two cups! :) like the video, "keep it real" that's what I say!
tomslick34: I have had my Kuerig since it first came out and have not been happy with
the strength until now. Thanks so much for the idea!
KitchenandDiningify: Although shipping is a bit much, considering, the price of product was
excellent and much more cost effective than a local purchase. Now if
Governor Rick will keep his hands off of any taxing, I'd be happy! here is
the link to it in case anyone is interested: amzn.to\19fkCdU
19Bob57: Awesome video Bud. BUT, where MOE & LARRY??? Yike, Yike, Yike, Yike,
Yike!!!! All in All, nice video Bud.
Derek Price: Cool! Did not know that about the grounds. Agree to the stronger = flavor.
Apologies if I was unclear. Thanks for the feedback.
Donald Aguilar: You should patent that idea. Thanks for the tip. The coffee went from bland
Jerod Kuva: Wow, thanks man... I was just about to give up on that P.O.S. Kuerig
because it wasn't making it strong... I also found if you compress the
coffee with a shot glass or something flat in the filter it also made it
Derek Price: I saw your comment and was going to retort, but a quick look at your
channel and the other comments you have posted indicate that was the
pinnacle of wit for you. So. You have a very nice day. See the funny man
with the funny pants? He's silly. Yes he is. Yes he is. Silly, silly man.
Now eat your ice cream and don't stay on the Internet to long.
Cindy Lee: Thanks for the tip, I love the machine and love strong coffee!