iCoffee Review and Giveaway

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iCoffee Review and Giveaway @EclecticEveryday

I recently had the opportunity to review a new coffee pot called the iCoffee Opus Single Serve Brewer. I was so excited to try it because you can use any k-cup in it, including other single serve pods. Before we had the Keurig Vue, which I liked for it’s performance, but didn’t like that you could only use specific Vue cups, which are becoming harder and harder to find. I have a feeling Kuerig may completely discontinue Vue cups in the near future because they don’t even sell a Vue machine anymore.

In our quest for better coffee, we’ve found the hotter the brew, especially when there’s a steam or pressure assist, the better the coffee. We loved the Kuerig Vue because you can raise the brew temperature to 197°, which is higher than any other regular coffee pot with a carafe. The k-cup brewers, including the new Kuerig 2.0 don’t go over 192° for a single cups of coffee, which doesn’t seem like much, but in terms of coffee it makes a huge difference.

iCoffee Review and Giveaway @EclecticEveryday

iCoffee doesn’t have a specific temperature claim, but the rep told me they try and calibrate the machines to be as close to 200° as possible. When we compared side-by-side with instant read thermometers, the coffee coming out of my Kuerig Vue, which is set at 197°, was identical to the iCoffee Opus. In blind taste tests we both thought the coffee that came from the iCoffee (compared to our Keurig Vue which is IMO a thousand times less bitter than a K-cup Keurig) was noticeably less bitter and had a more full aroma.

In addition to a high brew temperature, iCoffee Single Serve also features SpinBrew™ technology, which uses a patent-pending needle to spin, steam and stir the coffee inside the single-serve k-type cup, creating a French Press effect that virtually eliminates bitter or acidic aftertaste.

Check out the video below to learn more about iCoffee Opus.

We’ve tried many different coffee and tea varieties over the past month while we’ve been trying out the new iCoffee Opus. It is compatible with all k-type cups, including K-Cup®, RealCups®, OneCups™, and private label cups. I love how much variety there is, there’s so much to choose from tea to coffee to hot chocolate and so much more.

I also love the way the machine looks. It’s a beautiful coffee pot and the blue lights as it brews and in the light reservoir make the machine look so modern and pretty.

iCoffee Review and Giveaway @EclecticEveryday

The controls are also simplified It features the world’s first Dial-a-Brew™ technology to allow users to customize strength and taste. For stronger taste, brew a small size cup. For a more mellow taste, brew a larger size cup.

If you’re looking for a single-serve coffee maker for yourself or a loved one this holiday season, be sure to check out iCoffee® Single Serve. They retail for $139.99 and are available at Bed, Bath and Beyond nationwide.

Find out all about iCoffee Opus, plus where to buy at their website here. Check out more buzz on Coffee’s Youtube channel too!

Be sure to also connect with iCoffee on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

Time for the giveaway!

Ready to win one of these amazing machines for yourself? Of course you are!

For a chance to win your very own iCoffee® Single Serve, just leave a comment below telling me your favorite hot beverage whether it’s Coffee, Tea, Caramel Macchiatos, hot chocolate or whatever!

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Giveaway ends December 5.

This post sponsored by Remington. All opinions 100% mine.

118 Responses to “iCoffee Review and Giveaway”

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  1. 101
    Sandra+Watts — December 4, 2014 @ 11:33 am

    I love chai as a treat but coffee is my favorite.

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    denise low — December 4, 2014 @ 11:38 am

    I would love to win this coffee maker. My favorite drink is coffee. But after morning coffee we like tea and hot chocolate.

  3. 105
    Robin @ Simply Southern Baking — December 4, 2014 @ 6:47 pm

    Coffee with flavored creamer.

  4. 106
    Anonymous — December 4, 2014 @ 6:52 pm

    I LOVE coffee during the day and tea at night

  5. 107
    tara+pittman — December 4, 2014 @ 6:53 pm

    I love coffee with cream and sugar.

  6. 108
    Colleen Boudreau — December 4, 2014 @ 8:40 pm

    Vanilla cappuccino.

  7. 109
    Colleen+Boudreau — December 4, 2014 @ 8:41 pm
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    Julie — December 4, 2014 @ 9:05 pm

    I do love my coffee in the morning!

  9. 111
    Annette — December 4, 2014 @ 9:05 pm

    My favorite hot beverage is coffee.

  10. 112
    Annette — December 4, 2014 @ 9:05 pm
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    Julie — December 4, 2014 @ 9:07 pm
  12. 114
    sarah k — December 5, 2014 @ 11:13 am

    I love coffee with hot chocolate mixed in:)

  13. 115
    Meg — December 5, 2014 @ 4:54 pm

    Coffee!

  14. 116
    Ash L. — December 6, 2014 @ 2:37 am

    I love hot cocoa!

  15. 117
    Lauren Singer — December 8, 2014 @ 2:35 pm

    I used to work in a French restaurant, so I made lots of coffee drinks as the bartender. I always loved Mochas, but I generally prefer my drinks iced, or at just above room temperature.

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    COFFEE!! — March 13, 2015 @ 5:23 pm

    I love coffee and drink between 10 and 15 cups per day. I like bold and decaf. I read your review and the coffee maker sounds great. We are getting ready to move to a new location and get a new coffee maker. This coffee maker provides a lot of the flexibility that I like. I frequently buy locally brewed coffee and use it in making my coffee. I also have used the single cup brewer at a friend’s home and enjoyed the additional flexibility with one cup per time. Sounds great and I hope I win the coffee maker.

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