Okay, it is quite obvious that you mean business and you want the largest cup you can possibly get from a Keurig. No, problem…
Keurig’s Serving Sizes:
For a long time, the largest brewing size a Keurig could produce was only 10 oz. But the great thing about Keurig is that they listen to their customers. So they introduced a number of brewers that can brew up to 12 oz of coffee, which is perfect for either a large mug or a travel mug.
Keurig K-Duo – Versatile Keurig Brewer with 12 oz Serving Size:
If you want a Keurig that does it all, we can right away recommend you look into a Keurig Duo Brewer. And here’s why:
K-Duo and K-Duo Plus machines are two versatile coffee makers from Keurig that allow you to brew a single cup or a full carafe. When brewing a single cup, you can use your favorite K-Cup pod or a refillable pod. For carafe brewing, use your favorite coffee ground.
For single-serve brewing:
- Choose from 4 cup serving sizes – 6, 8, 10 and 12 oz.
- Select the Strong Brew button if you want to your coffee to steep longer.
For Carafe brewing:
- You can brew 6, 8, 10 or 12 cups.
- You can use the programmable clock for setting up brewing up to 24hrs in advance.
- Pause and Pour allows you to pause the brew cycle to pour a cup, then resume brewing.
The machine has a 60 oz water reservoir that is shared between both single-serve and carafe sides.
Classic Keurig Coffee Makers with 12 oz Cup Size:
If you prefer a classic Keurig, here are the two models that make the largest cup, which is 12 oz:
Keurig K-Select has four cup sizes with 12 oz being the largest.
And K-Elite comes with five cup sizes including 12 oz.
The great thing about K-Select and K-Elite is that they’re classic Keurig brewers, which means they use old-school K-Cup pods and refillable pods. On the down side (not necessarily though), you can’t brew a full carafe… it shouldn’t be a big deal though if it’s not something you need.