What Is The Largest Cup a Keurig Can Brew?

Okay, it is quite obvious that you mean business and you want the largest cup you can possibly get from a Keurig. No, problem…

If you want a Keurig that does it all, we can right away recommend you look into a Keurig 2.0 Brewer. And here’s why:

  • Keurig 2.0 give you a lot more options when it comes to sizes. It brews three types of pods: K-Cup, K-Mug and K-Carafe.
    • K-Cups which give you 10 oz to 12 oz max, depending on the model.
    • K-Mug pods, which can brew up to 18 oz of coffee (also depending on the model)
    • And K-Carafe, which can brew a carafe up to 30 oz.

So, in theory, the most you can make out of a Keurig 2.0 brewer is 30 oz using a K-Carafe pod.

But which Keurig 2.0 brewer will unlock all available sizes? It’s definitely the K575:

  • It can brew up to 18 oz using a K-Mug or 30 oz using a K-Carafe pod.
  • It has a generous 80 oz water reservoir, so you won’t need to refill the machine regularly.
  • It has the largest color touchscreen display of all Keurig 2.0 machines, making it the most convenient to use.

So, if you often like to brew a travel mug or any large mug, this is definitely your machine. Just make sure you’ll brew your large mug using a K-Mug pod, which contains more coffee ground in it and therefor results in a stronger large cup than a regular K-Cup.

Click here to read our review and comparisons of the Keurig K575.

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New classic Keurig Coffee Makers with 12 oz Cup Size (2018):

If you prefer a classic Keurig over a 2.0 brewer (not sure about the difference? Click here), 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.

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