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The K-Café coffee maker does not brew espresso - it brews espresso style beverages. It does not use pressure to brew the K-Cup pods. It brews the K-Cup pods the way any other Keurig brewer brews them, but since it only brews at a 2oz size, it is a more concentrated, stronger cup of coffee that resembles the flavor and … see more The K-Café coffee maker does not brew espresso - it brews espresso style beverages. It does not use pressure to brew the K-Cup pods. It brews the K-Cup pods the way any other Keurig brewer brews them, but since it only brews at a 2oz size, it is a more concentrated, stronger cup of coffee that resembles the flavor and roast of a classic espresso beverages. We hope this helps! see less The K-Café coffee maker does not brew espresso - it brews espresso style beverages. It does not use pressure to brew the K-Cup pods. It brews the K-Cup pods the way any other Keurig brewer brews them, but since it only brews at a 2oz size, it is a more concentrated, stronger cup of coffee that resembles the flavor and roast of a classic espresso beverages. We hope this helps!
KeurigCare
Manufacturer · August 20, 2018
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Thank you for your question. The mug clearance with drip tray is 6 inches. With the drip tray removed the clearance is 7.2 inches. Hope this is helpful!
KeurigCare
Manufacturer · October 26, 2018
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Thanks for your question. Keurig’s line of Espresso Roast K-Cup pods pair perfectly with the special features of the Keurig K-Café coffee maker however, the K-Cafe has the ability to brew coffee and make creamy lattes and frothy cappuccinos with the convenience and flexibility of using any K-Cup pod. The K-Café coffee … see more Thanks for your question. Keurig’s line of Espresso Roast K-Cup pods pair perfectly with the special features of the Keurig K-Café coffee maker however, the K-Cafe has the ability to brew coffee and make creamy lattes and frothy cappuccinos with the convenience and flexibility of using any K-Cup pod. The K-Café coffee maker uses low pressure and brews a 2oz coffee shot to serve as the base for a great tasting lattes and cappuccinos with any K-Cup Pod. Hope this helps! see less Thanks for your question. Keurig’s line of Espresso Roast K-Cup pods pair perfectly with the special features of the Keurig K-Café coffee maker however, the K-Cafe has the ability to brew coffee and make creamy lattes and frothy cappuccinos with the convenience and flexibility of using any K-Cup pod. The K-Café coffee maker uses low pressure and brews a 2oz coffee shot to serve as the base for a great tasting lattes and cappuccinos with any K-Cup Pod. Hope this helps!
KeurigCare
Manufacturer · December 11, 2018
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Thanks for your question. The SHOT button brews 2 oz. a concentrated shot of coffee which is perfect for making lattes and cappuccinos. The strong button can be chosen to brew a more robust, larger cup of coffee. For a cappuccino, the frother starts with 4 oz of milk, and froths it to be approximately 50/50 milk and … see more Thanks for your question. The SHOT button brews 2 oz. a concentrated shot of coffee which is perfect for making lattes and cappuccinos. The strong button can be chosen to brew a more robust, larger cup of coffee. For a cappuccino, the frother starts with 4 oz of milk, and froths it to be approximately 50/50 milk and froth. For a Latte, the frother starts with 6 oz of milk, and froths it to be ~20-30% froth. We hope this helps! see less Thanks for your question. The SHOT button brews 2 oz. a concentrated shot of coffee which is perfect for making lattes and cappuccinos. The strong button can be chosen to brew a more robust, larger cup of coffee. For a cappuccino, the frother starts with 4 oz of milk, and froths it to be approximately 50/50 milk and froth. For a Latte, the frother starts with 6 oz of milk, and froths it to be ~20-30% froth. We hope this helps!
KeurigCare
Manufacturer · July 23, 2018
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First of all, I have a Keurig Café and a Nespresso Lattissima, but did not purchase either of them on Amazon. I love both machines. The Nespresso is much louder than the Keurig because it is producing an actual espresso drink with pressure. The Keurig is almost silent because it is merely making a cup of drip coffee. S… see more First of all, I have a Keurig Café and a Nespresso Lattissima, but did not purchase either of them on Amazon. I love both machines. The Nespresso is much louder than the Keurig because it is producing an actual espresso drink with pressure. The Keurig is almost silent because it is merely making a cup of drip coffee. Some people claim that the Nespresso pods are far more expensive than the Keurig ones but for Keurig pods with good coffee (eg. Starbucks, Newman's Own, New England Coffee Company, and Death Wish Coffee) they are about the same. If you are a true espresso snob go for the Nespresso, but if you are looking for a versatile coffee maker, get the Keurig. One other plus with the Keurig is you can purchase reusable filters that can be use with any type of coffee (Nespresso has some, but they do not seem to get enough pressure to make true espresso). see less First of all, I have a Keurig Café and a Nespresso Lattissima, but did not purchase either of them on Amazon. I love both machines. The Nespresso is much louder than the Keurig because it is producing an actual espresso drink with pressure. The Keurig is almost silent because it is merely making a cup of drip coffee. Some people claim that the Nespresso pods are far more expensive than the Keurig ones but for Keurig pods with good coffee (eg. Starbucks, Newman's Own, New England Coffee Company, and Death Wish Coffee) they are about the same. If you are a true espresso snob go for the Nespresso, but if you are looking for a versatile coffee maker, get the Keurig. One other plus with the Keurig is you can purchase reusable filters that can be use with any type of coffee (Nespresso has some, but they do not seem to get enough pressure to make true espresso).
Kendrick Kramer
· January 7, 2019
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Thanks for your question! All Keurig K-Cup Pods are compatible with the K-Cafe Coffee Maker, including our many tea varieties. We hope this helps!
KeurigCare
Manufacturer · October 22, 2018
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Thanks for your question. Yes, the Strong button is an optional feature that can be selected for a stronger, more robust cup of coffee. We hope this helps!
KeurigCare
Manufacturer · September 12, 2018
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In my previous search for a good froth, I found that the fresher and colder your milk (soy, almond, whatever your choice) the better the froth will be. I had found this to be true back 10 plus years ago, I spent the money on a stainless steel froth pitcher when I had a machine that used the steam spout. I still use t… see more In my previous search for a good froth, I found that the fresher and colder your milk (soy, almond, whatever your choice) the better the froth will be. I had found this to be true back 10 plus years ago, I spent the money on a stainless steel froth pitcher when I had a machine that used the steam spout. I still use that expensive little pitcher today as the "mug" to my Keurig and then pour my ingredients into my too large mug that doesn't fit in the Keurig. see less In my previous search for a good froth, I found that the fresher and colder your milk (soy, almond, whatever your choice) the better the froth will be. I had found this to be true back 10 plus years ago, I spent the money on a stainless steel froth pitcher when I had a machine that used the steam spout. I still use that expensive little pitcher today as the "mug" to my Keurig and then pour my ingredients into my too large mug that doesn't fit in the Keurig.
jeana
· October 22, 2018
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High Altitude Brewing: To ensure your brewer works properly at higher altitudes (5,000 feet) please follow these brewing instructions and enable the High Altitude Brewing Mode on your brewer.
Brewing Instructions - While holding the brewer handle up, push down slowly on the K-Cup® pod in the pod holder until the botto… see more
High Altitude Brewing: To ensure your brewer works properly at higher altitudes (5,000 feet) please follow these brewing instructions and enable the High Altitude Brewing Mode on your brewer.
Brewing Instructions - While holding the brewer handle up, push down slowly on the K-Cup® pod in the pod holder until the bottom of the K-Cup® pod is punctured by the exit needle.
To enable High Altitude Brewing Mode:
1. Power the brewer off while it is plugged in.
2. Press and hold the STRONG and 8oz buttons for 3 seconds- both lights will blink 3 times to confirm that the High Altitude Brewing Mode has been enabled.
To disable High Altitude Brewing Mode:
1. Power the brewer off while it is plugged in.
2. Press and hold the STRONG and 8oz buttons until the lights are no longer illuminated. see less
High Altitude Brewing: To ensure your brewer works properly at higher altitudes (5,000 feet) please follow these brewing instructions and enable the High Altitude Brewing Mode on your brewer.
Brewing Instructions - While holding the brewer handle up, push down slowly on the K-Cup® pod in the pod holder until the bottom of the K-Cup® pod is punctured by the exit needle.
To enable High Altitude Brewing Mode:
1. Power the brewer off while it is plugged in.
2. Press and hold the STRONG and 8oz buttons for 3 seconds- both lights will blink 3 times to confirm that the High Altitude Brewing Mode has been enabled.
To disable High Altitude Brewing Mode:
1. Power the brewer off while it is plugged in.
2. Press and hold the STRONG and 8oz buttons until the lights are no longer illuminated.

Angie B.
· June 23, 2018
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Hello and thank you for your question. The Keurig K-Café coffee maker can be powered by a 120 VAC source. The current UL rating is for 1,470 watts. When powered on, the K-Café coffee maker keeps the water in the internal tank constantly heated, and uses between 200-400 watts. The coffee maker has an auto off feature an… see more Hello and thank you for your question. The Keurig K-Café coffee maker can be powered by a 120 VAC source. The current UL rating is for 1,470 watts. When powered on, the K-Café coffee maker keeps the water in the internal tank constantly heated, and uses between 200-400 watts. The coffee maker has an auto off feature and is programmed to automatically turn off 2 hours after the last brew for energy savings. We hope this helps! see less Hello and thank you for your question. The Keurig K-Café coffee maker can be powered by a 120 VAC source. The current UL rating is for 1,470 watts. When powered on, the K-Café coffee maker keeps the water in the internal tank constantly heated, and uses between 200-400 watts. The coffee maker has an auto off feature and is programmed to automatically turn off 2 hours after the last brew for energy savings. We hope this helps!
KeurigCare
Manufacturer · August 9, 2019