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Like many people today, we have a Keurig coffee maker in our home. Brian drinks coffee and I don’t (I’m a hot cocoa kind of girl) so it’s perfect for us – we can each use a K-Cup to make one cup of what we like, not making an entire pot and wasting some.
The only downside we’ve found is that the K-Cups can take up a lot of space. Our solution in the past has been to dump them in a basket on the counter, which looks cluttered and haphazard, but was the best option we could think of.
The CoffeeStack is a unique solution that holds 40 K-Cups in less than 6 inches of cabinet space. Of course, you can also use it out on your counter, which we’ve chosen to do.
You just slide a drawer out until it’s extended all the way, then lower it. It’s very easy to find which flavor you’d like – or more importantly, it will make it easy for guests to find what they want when they’re staying with you.
Now instead of a cluttered basket, we’ve got a slim, sleek, stainless finish CoffeeStack. It works just as well on our counter as it does in the cabinet, so it’s nice to know it’s got a little versatility to how you can use it.
The Coffee Stack would make a great gift for any Keurig owner. It’s priced at $34.95 which is slightly higher, but pretty comparable to the price of other organizers. This one has the distinction of working well in cabinet space so it’s easy to tuck away if you desire – you’re just not going to find that with other options.
Note: I received a CoffeeStack for review. All opinions are honest and my own. I was not compensated monetarily for this post.