Robinson Meyer:

Later this year, the company will release its “Keurig 2.0” product. It will use a whole new type of K-Cup that affords customers “game-changing functionality” and “excellent quality beverages.” To achieve all this quality and game-changery, the company will also stop supporting “unlicensed pods.”

Won’t be long now before AeroPress models will refuse to brew any beans not purchased from Tonx.


Posted by Ben Brooks