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Mr. Perfect Cup

A coffee maker with settings for how much cream and sugar you want in the pot
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Why wait for your sugar to dissolve in you coffee or tea when you can have the water percolate through that as well?

Fill up the sugar in the back and add the cartridge of condensed cream and select the lightness and sweetness of your coffee or tea.

sartep, Jun 06 2003

Gold-Plated Coffeemaker. http://www.royalcof...om/deluxe-gold.html
Doesn't add cream & sugar, but it is on sale! [Amos Kito, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       It would definitely save you time in the morning before work. -Hit button to start coffee pot, take shower while coffee's percolating....TaDa! Done and ready to walk out the door with!   

       Of course you'd have to have something like a Brew N Go.
Teydrian, Jun 06 2003
  

       Put the sugar into the pot before you brew. By the time the coffe is done it is dissolved. I don't know if that also works for creamer.   

       Cartridges mounted to the coffeemaker are a good idea though, so I don't have to search for the sugar and creamer every morning.
kbecker, Jun 06 2003
  

       Thanks, yeah usu I put the cream in the pot and the sugar in the grounds but there has to be a better way.
sartep, Jun 06 2003
  

       It costs me .60 and takes about twelve seconds to make. All hail vending machines.
k_sra, Jun 06 2003
  

       I just mix sugar, and even things like cinnamon or ginger, right into the grounds. I've done this for a long time. Mixing them the night before means I can make the coffee just right, without even being legally awake yet.
ironfroggy, Mar 23 2007
  
      
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