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Coffee or Tea? An Eco-Friendly Way Start Your Day!

Although the k-cup phenomenon is now a staple in many households, my husband and I resisted purchasing a k-cup machine until more eco-friendly options became more widely available. We decided to try the EkoBrew reusable filters after I found them at my local Walmart.

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

An Easy & Eco-Friendly Way Start Your Day!

Buying the EkoBrew reusable filters helps you save up to 80% as compared to purchasing K-cup packs. Most importantly, in my opinion, is they help you be more eco-friendly. The EkoBrew filters are compatible with Keruig (1.0 & 2.0), Mr. Coffee, Cuisinart and Greville machines. The flat bottom design helps keep them from tipping when you’re filling it with your favorite ground coffee or loose leaf tea.

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

There are two the EkoBrew classic and EkoBrew elite. The classic EkoBrew filters are plastic and best used with a paper filter since coffee grinds are a challenge to clean out of the fine filter mesh. The EkoBrew elite is fully stainless steal and works great for brewing my loose leaf tea.

For both my husband and I, our days just can’t get started without a morning boost with coffee or tea. He’s the coffee guy in the house and I’m the tea lover. It’s great to have a single cup brewer that can serve both our needs. Using the EkoBrew reusable filters is super easy.

Here is the EkoBrew classic in action:

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

Next, take a look at the EkoBrew elite helping me make an awesome cup of tea:

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

eco-friendly k-cup with ekobrew reusable filters

My husband says the EkoBrew produced a fairly decent cup of coffee, but he wants to tweak his formulation of coffee-to-water ratio to get the best cup. I love how easy the EkoBrew elite helps me make my loose leaf tea without needing to use a filter ball or separate filtering tea pot. It’s like one-top-shopping for tea. Yippee!

In conclusion, I think the EkoBrew reusable filters are an innovative, eco-friendly reusable K-cup. You get to choose your coffee or tea (not limited to K-cups anymore!) and save money while having a fresh cup of your choice in the morning. Find EkoBrew reusable filter as your local Walmart. Here’s a way to get $2.00 cash back through too! Cheers! #EkoBrew

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  1. Eugene says:

    Hi Jenn! Have you ever heard about Ivan-tea? That is blooming sally, I guess. At least I’ve found out it like exactly translation. So, I know that it was economical war between East India Company and Russian export of Ivan-tea to Europe in 17 century. We lost that war, but recipes of preparation of tea were saved. I drink this tea every day at least for 2 years. I’ve never had any diseases during this period of time. Besides, I’ve written an article at the own blog, here Unfortunately it’s on Russian.

  2. Adina says:

    Great way to start the day. I mixed up my breakfast with my dietary supplement.

  3. Gabriel says:

    Coffee to start, then I switch to tea. Trying to break my sugar bomb drink habit.

  4. These sound like a great way to start the day! I know I am a much better and happier person after my morning coffee or tea!!

  5. gingermommyrants says:

    The EkoBrew classic would be perfect for our house. We are big coffee drinkers. I will have to pick one up to try.

  6. Lisa Bristol says:

    I love your mug. EkoBrew is a great way to enjoy coffee or tea. They would be a great gift for my Sister.

  7. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    I love to start my day with coffee and end it with tea. This would be perfect for me. I will hvae ot look for EkoBrew to try.

  8. Kathy says:

    I’m not a coffee fan, but I do like to have tea sometimes. I think it can be very helpful for many things. I love that there are so many different flavors too.

  9. I love this idea! I am always looking for new ways to be a more green household.

  10. Tara says:

    I could use one of these at my house. The possibilities are endless with all the different flavors of coffee and tea out there.

  11. Reesa Lewandowski says:

    I have a reusable k-cup pod as well for my brewer. I absolutely love it and wouldn’t trade it!

  12. I absolutely love this! When I heard that my K-Cups weren’t recyclable, I almost threw it out. Now I don’t have to!

  13. Jennifer says:

    Ohhhh…I’ve heard about these! My husband and I were worried about the k-cups when we got our coffee maker a few years go. Glad to know that there’s now a greener option. I’m going to have to try these. Thanks for the savings too!

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