ATLANTA -- Deanna is a flight attendant who loves her single-serve coffeemaker.
"I love it. It's so easy," she says.
That's why she is eager to try Cafe Cup, a product designed to replace the single-serve packets she usually uses.
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The packets usually come in bulk of the same type of coffee. Deanna likes variety, so she buys several different kinds.
"So you buy three, four different packs," she explains. "It's a pretty expensive grocery bill."
Deanna hopes Cafe Cup might save her money. She scoops coffee into the product and places it in her coffeemaker.
"If you like a certain type of coffee, like the Dunkin' Donuts or Starbucks brand, you could do that easily," she says.
Unfortunately, she tries the Cafe Cup with a different brand -- and she's not a fan. But she does like how the product works.
"Maybe with a different type of coffee it would be better," she says.
Despite the Cafe Cup being a great idea, the product is not perfect. It's messier than the packets Deanna usually uses, and it's not as easy to clean up. It also gets grinds into the coffee.
"It's a lot easier to just throw your little cup away," she says.
Deanna may not want to use the messy product for herself, but she does recommend it to others. She gives the Cafe Cup two thumbs up.