Are there Brazilian Keurig Coffee Options?

Is there such a thing as a Brazilian Keurig coffee option? Can people drink the fantastic mojo from South America in their K-Pod machines?

Brazilian Keurig Coffee OptionsTo drink the quality Brazilian product on Keurig machines, you have three basic methods that expand to a greater variety of quality options. Let’s see which they are:

Keurig makes numerous different types of K-Cup pods that can be used in their brewers.

Unfortunately, going to the supermarket will not help you find obvious, out-of-the-shelves Brazilian Keurig Coffee options.

Let’s see what you can do.


My K-Cup Reusable Filter

Some models of their machines use filters like the Keurig 5048 My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter.

(read review)

These filters allow us to buy and use the coffee we prefer on those machines. Tea is also possible in Keurig coffee machines.

This option is very convenient if you run out of single coffee serves; Simply pack the filter with the coffee of your choice, put it into the basket, and then put it into the Keurig in place of a coffee pod.

The small compound substitute fits exactly in the coffee basket.

Things you have to pay attention here:

  • use coarse ground Brazilian coffee
  • rinse filter well after use
  • make sure that you have, or buy, a compatible machine like the best seller Keurig K55 Coffee Maker (read review)
  • I don’t recommend buying used filters, but, if you decide to, check them very carefully beforehand.


Disposable Coffee Pod Filters

Sometimes machines are not fit for the solution above. Nevertheless, there is another solution that can help you enjoy your own Brazilian coffee.

You will just need to buy disposable coffee pod filters or empty coffee pods like the  Disposable Cups for Use in Keurig® Brewers. (read review)

Just fill them up with your favorite Brazilian Coffee observing the same care listed above.

They are generic pods and are not manufactured by the machine’s company.


Brazilian Coffee Industry Made Pods

Industrial solutions are also available to ease your way into drinking Brazilian coffee from your Keurig coffee machine, but you won’t be able to use your own brand.

You can purchase K-Cup Pods filled with the Brazilian origin goodies like:

Peet’s Coffee Brazil Minas Naturals K-Cups (read review)


Brown Gold, 100% Brazilian Coffee, RealCups (read review)


In conclusion, if you are the owner 0f, or are planning to buy a Keurig machine and want to enjoy the best mojo in the world, Brazilian Keurig-coffee options are available.

Just don’t forget to observe compatibility since some devices can’t use the adapters, some use one type, and others use another. No biggie, the customer just needs to check that out.


Please leave a comment about Brazilian Keurig Coffee Options.


16 thoughts on “Are there Brazilian Keurig Coffee Options?

  • 2016-04-23 at 8:01 am

    I like your page. I have never been much of a coffee drinker all though I have been told over the years I would eventually become one. There are so many different kinds of coffee and so many different coffee pods. I will have to let my sister, who is an avid coffee drinker, know about your Brazilian coffee website. I am sure she would love it. Great Job!

    • 2016-04-23 at 8:36 am

      Hello, Jody,
      Thank you for your words and input. I was not much of a coffee drinker myself when I moved to the countryside to take care of my mom’s farm. Being more closely connected with the coffee business gradually improved my relationship with the mug. haha. It would be an honor for me to have your sister stop by every now and then.


  • 2016-08-12 at 8:25 pm

    This is a great guide for all coffee lovers out there. I am not a big fan of just pure coffee myself, and rather have hot chocolate any day. However, one cannot deny the benefits of caffeine in coffee.

    Disposable cups are definitely something worth looking into, especially if you are not going to be brewing Brazilian keurig coffee everyday. I guess it’ll save you more money?

    Thanks for the article!

    • 2016-08-16 at 2:35 pm

      Hello, Farhan,

      Thanks for sharing you impressions.

      The disposable-cup options is great for saving cash, but I think the Reusable-Cup option will help you save even more. Both are good, and another difference is that you will have to take care and wash the “reusables” while you just throw the disposables away.


  • 2016-08-24 at 12:56 pm

    Hey CJ,

    I just want say: Great coffee website!

    I love coffee and my day doesn’t have a good start until I drink a cup.

    I used to own a similar coffee machine and used regularly but I never got the same taste as the sold in coffee shops, tried a lot different way but never got the same taste.

    Is these something special done by the coffee shops?

    • 2016-08-27 at 8:58 pm

      Hello, Yaser,

      Thanks for sharing your opinion.

      It is very difficult to give a precise answer to that since I do not know what machine and which pods you used, but, in general, good coffee shops tend to have machines and baristas (operators) better than what usually homes have. Anyways, near to professional coffee can be achieved at home, but it depends on quality of equipment and operation.


  • 2016-09-15 at 10:49 am

    Hi CJ,

    Great review, I was absorbed by the reading!
    I love coffee, and I can’t imagine me without a good cup of coffee in the morning. I have a machine, but I am not so happy with it, it makes a lot of noise, and it really bothers everyone here. So I am sure you guess what is my question:) Does Keurig machine make noise?
    Thank you for this excellent post!

    • 2016-09-19 at 10:55 am

      Hi, Daniella,

      The noise aspect of coffee machines is very subjective. I’m never bothered by any coffee machines and there is no real technical information about it, as far as I know. One thing I could say about pod machines in general is that they brew singles very fast and the noise ends very quickly. Another information that might help you is that I think the Keurig machine I have tried seems to make less noise than the Nespresso small models that I’ve had and have. Anyways, the comparison is not fair since they make different types of brew.

      You best bet is a demo, in my opinion.

      Thanks for sharing your impressions and I hope to have helped at least a bit. Cheers!

  • 2016-09-16 at 10:05 pm

    I believe when the Keurig style machines first came out you could only use their coffee. Great from a company standpoint, but as far as from the consumer standpoint I never liked the idea. I steered away from them because of that. Now that you can use your own coffee I like the idea more. That being said, why not use a standard coffee machine? I personally like using a coffee press for my coffee or an espresso machine.

    • 2016-09-21 at 1:28 pm

      Hello, Marc,

      Yes, it is nice when your options are wider. I try to run away from questions that inquire which method of coffee brewing is better. I find that is really personal and experimenting is usually the wisest choice for an advisor, in my opinion.

      My personal preference are the Drip Coffee machines that run alongside with the Moka Pots. Nespresso home espresso machines come right after that. We have all three at home. We would buy a Keurig, like my cousin’s in NJ, but the pods aren’t so easy to find here and we already have the Nespresso for fast-coffee. So, that plan is for the future.

      Thanks for sharing your impressions. Cheers!

  • 2016-09-18 at 10:18 am

    Hello Cj

    Great coffee site with so much info.I have been a faithful coffee drinker for more than half of my life,not a day goes by without a cup of coffee.

    Miss a cup of coffee one day and l feel like something is missing in my body.

    Now to your post.

    Although coffee has been a big part of my life,must admit i never heard of those Brazilian coffee options for Keurig machines.

    Personally, l prefer the reusable filters as this gives me the option of choosing the exact amount of ground coffee l need unlike portioned coffees.Not only that,reusable makes it,more environmentally friendly unlike the one dime disposable filters.

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge about Brazilian Coffee,really enjoyed.

    • 2016-09-23 at 7:02 am

      Hello, Roamy,

      Thanks for sharing your impressions. Cheers!

  • 2016-09-20 at 9:01 pm

    Thanks for this great information. In just a few minutes I learned a lot about Brazilian coffee.

    I had never heard of the Keurig machines before and they sound like absolute quality to me.

    I believe that the reusable cups and the disposable coffee pod filters would be a great asset, especially when there are coffee ‘addicts’ like myself around.

    I enjoyed visiting your website. It is a great place to learn about making quality coffee for friends, family and work mates.

    • 2016-09-25 at 2:05 pm

      Hello, Valerie,

      I like the pods when I’m lazy to wash things and also when I’m in a hurry. Thanks for sharing your opinion. Cheers!

  • 2016-09-23 at 1:10 am

    In the article you mentioned that some machines aren’t fit for the solution (which I think you meant the coarse ground Brazilian coffee). I guess my question is are there certain Keurig models that you can’t use this type of coffee with? If you know which ones? Or is it more along the lines of certain reusable filters you can’t use with that solution? Thanks!

    • 2016-09-27 at 11:38 am

      Hello, Jeremy,

      Some machines can’t use the adapters, some use one type, and others use another. No biggie, the customer just needs to check that out.

      Thanks for sharing your doubts. Cheers!


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