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March 08, 2012


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It just sounds like a very expensive Keurig.


@Tom... it's NOTHING like a Kurig. It's more like a french press on steroids.

When I left Starbucks in 2010, it has been 2 years since Clover was purchased by starbucks, and it looked like it was dead. they spent a ton of money buying that company to have it as an exclusive only to not roll out more of them or promote it well. Which is a shame, because indie coffee houses were buying them up before they bought the company.

I'll take a clover brewer, any day.

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