The short answer is, no.
Some time ago, for different reasons I looked this up and found the
following information (excerpted from a previous post):
When attempting to find some temperature specifications on the Keurig
B60, the manufacturers website contained the following paragraph:
"You can also vary the brewing temperature down five degrees from 192
F. You can adjust it down and see what you think, although most coffee
drinkers prefer there coffee at the hottest setting."
I have not used a Keurig, but I have used a Senseo and I found the cup
severely lacking; it was more like tea and yes, I did use home-roasted
coffee. If you are at all interested in my notes from the Seseo
(which had a similar brewing temperature) they can be found here:http://www.homeroasters.org/php/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id6&thread_id31A gentlemen at work, and his wife, have a Keurig which they really
liked; they extolled all of its virtues. They have been enjoying my
home-roasted coffee for some time now. Recently, his wife called him
at work and said, "Thanks a lot! I hate the coffee out of the Keurig
I hope this is helpful ...
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Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/On Dec 14, 2007 8:12 AM, wrote: