Now there is the first capsule machine with which you directly Coca-Cola & Co. can rauslassen. the Keurig Cold Drink Maker now brings Limo from the capsule refreshingly tangy on the table. Granted, practically it is, that you do not have to buy a whole bottle and empty drink because of the freshness and straightway. A wide variety of capsules makes it possible, sipping a glass of cola, but to decide the next glass for lemonade. The unit cools the water refreshing 4 Degrees before and needs, unlike cognate competitors like the SodaStream, no additional CO2 cylinder, because each capsule provides everything necessary. So you can not just carbonated soda, enjoy but also iced tea. For the unit you have currently 370 $ shell out. So much for Sustainability…
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