That's a pretty cool unit. Timely as well. I have always used a french press and got pretty good at using a small sieve and very little water to clean it. I would buy Dunking Donut coffee beans and grind them at the super market on coarse and be set. But recently, because of the Covid 19 stuff, the grocery store has turned off the store grinder, so that has created a problem, also when traveling I wasn't always able to find a store with a coffee grinder.
This Mojo press is pretty cool, I may have to explore it further. I suppose one could use the refillable K cups, to decrease storage, since a bag of coffee is smaller than a box of K-cups, but then your bag to cleaning. Currently, I switch to
Modern By Design Pack of 100 Premium Single Serve Food Grade Disposable Hanging Ear Drip Filter Bag, Portable use for the home, outdoor, travel, camping, office, and on the go (100, Coffee Filter)
The pack of 100 is $18.99 on Amazon, and you use normal ground coffee, no cleanup, but cost comes out to be about 19 cents plus coffee for a 24 oz mug. It takes a little longer, because you have to pour the hot water slowly, but if making two 24 oz mugs, with two bags, you can alternate pours and get two mugs in the same time as one. Will see about cost comparison of one time purchase of mojo and K-cups vs continue purchase of bags and bulk coffee. My guess is the Mojo probably wins.
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