Coffee Maker Query

One of the medications I am on makes me continuously nauseous, so I had to give up drinking coffee because it is too acidic and move entirely over to black and green teas. While this is probably healthier for me, and I am a slave to your bog standard gunpowder green tea and my Adagio Masala Chai, it means that only Eric is drinking coffee in the morning. Making a big pot of coffee for one person is sort of wasteful and Eric would like coffee more on demand in push button format. I ask this question of yea olde list o’ friends:

* Does anyone have a pod-based coffee maker they recommend? Money is not really an object for the coffee maker. I am more interested in making a good cup of coffee over price.

* Is there a good service out there for coffee that is an analogue of Adagio? I would not be able to live without Adagio Teas and if there is a mail-order catalogue service for coffee, I would like to peruse it.

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  • etherjammer

    You may want to check out Keurig, at http://www.keurig.com. Eric Burns recommended them a while back, and I had occasion to try their coffee about two years ago and liked both the coffee and the maker, but I can’t say whether the quality has kept up over the years. Still, it’s worth a look.

  • etherjammer’s friend

    Peet’s Coffee & Tea (peets.com)… one-time or recurring deliveries of specialty coffees, and a good selection of coffeemakers. Their delivery service is excellent.