I am not even close to what one would call a coffee drinker, let alone a connoisseur, typically having one cup once every three or four months. However, I am finding myself drinking more frequently of late, and was considering getting a single-serve machine. I don't have the preferences that many have: I am not looking for a machine to make super-strong coffee, for instance. I understand that the price is very high per cup with the single-serve cups, but it seems that for me, when I might have only one or two cups a week--if that much--it will still come out cheaper than buying a pound of ground coffee, which I might have around for months. It would allow me to have a variety of flavors, which appeals to me as well.
Given these preferences, can anyone comment on whether a machine like the Mini-Plus Personal Coffee Maker by Keurig would be appropriate for my specific needs/desires?