General Coffee Maker Information Why is water important? Bottled or spring water works best when brewing with your Keurig. The most common concern with water for brewing is the "hardness" of the water. This refers to various natural minerals found in water such as magnesium, calcium, sodium, potassium, bicarbonate, sulfate and chloride. The number of grains of dissolved minerals changes the level of soluble solids extracted from the coffee and tea.
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Guests and employees can brew the perfect cup of coffee, tea or cocoa with the simple touch of a button. You can choose from 4 oz, 6 oz, 8 oz and 10 oz. The expansive selection is great for large offices with employees who have different preferences. Quick Brew: Experience quick brewing functions.
Users of the BSE can choose and brew their favorite blends within 15 to 30 seconds. The final brew is hot with no discernible loss in the delicious flavor. Automatic Ejection: After each brew, the K-cup is automatically ejected into a storage which can be emptied after a dozen brews. This increases the office brewing time.
The inclusion of a garbage bin also eases the process of waste disposal. This reservoir is constantly kept primed, providing ready service when required. This is a great feature for reception areas where the volume of coffee and tea drinkers is high.
The multi-lingual instructions offer a convenient solution to employees or users who are not familiar with the brewing controls of the unit. The 1. The BSE measures The Keurig BSE is a superior option for the office. Its functionality, speed and easy design makes it ideally suited for large offices with high needs.
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