Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Selecting common coffee machines

Executive summary about How To Brew Good Coffee At Home By Arrais Abdellah

Below are some of the common types of coffee machines :

Drip Coffee Makers

Drip coffee makers are relatively an economical product compared with other machines. The most popular size for drip coffee makers is the 10-12 cups. However, most hotels and small families find the 4 cups model as ideal for them.

If you are buying a drip coffee machine, you may select between the glass and thermal carafe. You may also choose a style that can directly drip into a travel mug. These coffee machines are very common and some non-coffee drinkers are oftentimes using them particularly for entertaining guests.


Percolators years ago, used to be the standard type for coffee machines. Some individuals claim that it brews richer and tastier coffee than the drip models. However, percolators come in limited designs and sizes. The typical design used by people who want to perk up their coffee are the glass type stove-top percolators.

Single-Pod or One-Cup Coffee Makers

With this type, the tea and coffee pods are arranged in a basket. The water coming from the tank drops through the pod, and then to the mug. Even if this coffee machine is fantastic for preparing clean specialty teas, coffees, lattes, and herbal beverages; the amount of beverage it produces may not be enough for a big family.

Specialty Brewers

Espresso machines that can produce flat whites, espresso, or cappuccino are usually more expensive that the regular coffee makers. These coffee machines are effective in providing the real café experience in your own home.

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