knows the price of convenience, and it charges accordingly. The company makes the biggest-selling line of single-cup brewing machines on the market, and the vast assortment of Keuring-branded coffees capsules that go inside them.
It hasn’t stopped single-cup coffee from becoming one of the worldwide. But Keurig foresaw a thorny problem that would turn the cash hurricane of K-Cup capsule sales into a drizzle: the patent for its K-Cups expires in September 2012, and a shiver of profit-seeking sharks are circling, waiting to pounce with cheaper generic versions. Around the same time, Starbucks will release its own competing single-cup coffee and espresso maker, the . What to do?
Yes, there is a lot of difference actually. The only thing they have in common is the fact that both are single-serve espresso makers. But each of them uses totally different coffee capsules. Nespresso machines use their own capsules exclusively which are made by Nespresso themselves. On the other hand, Keurig’s Rivo uses capsules made for them by Lavazza, which also only work with the Rivo System.
Everyone gets their own favorite drink and flavor and there is or the worry that you will start a fire by leaving that pot of coffee on at work if you use the Keurig brewer.