Oh. Boy. Fresh. Sodie. Coming home to a Keurig Kold crisp Coke made to order is like waking up at 11 a.m. on the morning Daylight Savings Time ends and finding out you can sleep for another hour and still make it to Chicken & Waffles Brunch at the diner down the street. It's the small things in life that make for happy, happy days.
Keurig, the coffee pod people, now have a Kold method of helping you inject yourself with caffeine (and sugar!) Their drinkmaker system is similar to a SodaStream fountain, but probably way better because it has the abilities to create entire drinks from start to finish (SodaStream just carbonates water; you've got to add the flavoring afterwards) and produce drinks already perfectly chilled to about 39 degrees F (again, SS just carbonates water; whatever temperature the water goes in is the same it comes out).
Keurig Kold needs CO2 and, for flavored drinks, Kold pods to function. Beyond that it takes no more effort than positioning a glass and pressing a button. Available pods range from big names such as Coke, Dr. Pepper, Sprite, and Canada Dry Ginger Ale to craft sodas, iced tea, and sports drinks.