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I thought it was an extension of the "Peter Pan's flight" ride - now going over Damaskus as well...
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Keurig believes that the optimal temperature for brewing coffee, tea and hot cocoa is 192° F. This is the internal temperature of the water in your brewer. However, once your coffee, tea or hot cocoa is brewed, the dispensed temperature can vary greatly. In-cup temperature depends on the cup temperature and material. When brewing into an insulated container, such as a foam or paper cup, 180-185°F in-cup temperature is typically attained. In addition, dispensing into a cold ceramic mug will cool the coffee significantly. Please note that stream temperature of the first brew after turn-on or after an extended idle period can be a couple degrees cooler.
Several Keurig brewers and Keurig licensed brewers are designed with an adjustable internal brew temperature. Models with this feature include the Special Edition, Ultimate, Platinum, Select, Cuisinart, Breville and OfficePRO® Premier. These brewers allow you to adjust the pre-set temperature of 192°F down by 5 degrees for a temperature range of 187-192°F.
Get a thermometer and check it - but I'm guessing you're just used to coffee less hot than most.
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