Coffee Maker

Taste is the biggest differentiator when deciding which kind of coffee maker to buy because the choice will be much different for those who prefer black coffee and those who are espresso fans. There is yet another factor to consider – whether to buy an automatic or a manual coffee maker.

However, the most remarkable difference between coffee makers arises from the techniques of brewing that contributes to the taste and flavor to a great extent.

For the purpose of this article, we will discuss some coffee makers based on the brewing techniques.

Percolator

Percolators are metallic jars that became very popular in the 19th century and is available throughout the world. The jug like apparatus has a special design suitable for brewing coffee and comes in varying capacity from 4 to 12 cups.

Aluminum, copper and stainless steel are the metals used for constructing the apparatus that comes in two sections. One section is filled with water while the other section is for ground coffee.

On heating the percolator on a stove or by using the in-built heating device, water starts boiling and moves upwards passing through the channel and soaking the grounded coffee before dripping back to its place.

The process keeps repeating until you are satisfied with the aroma when it is time to serve the coffee. Similarly, the kind of coffee like Bonini coffee capsules and coffee beans and the pattern of consumption or usage are the other determinant factors for the right kind of coffee maker.

French Press

The French Press was a relatively new coffee maker having made its first appearance in France in 1958. The coffee maker is a favorite in Northern Europe, and there is nothing better than the self-contained and portable device for brewing super-strong coffee in less time.

The easy to use apparatus makes coffee making so simple that it has become a household name in many countries. The brewing process starts by pouring hot water and ground coffee into the apparatus. After stirring and marinating it for 3 to 5 minutes slowly press the plunger affixed to the wire mesh to complete the filtration. Once completed, you are ready with dark coffee with great character that leaves you asking for more.

Espresso Coffee Maker

Italy is the home for Espresso coffee maker that made its first appearance in the 19th century. It is still a choice for many coffee lovers who love the taste and flavor.  This coffee machine comes in three varieties – semi-automatic, automatic and fully automatic. It is highly popular in its native country as well as in the US.

The semi-automatic machines use the pump method for making coffee while the automatic machines are pressure driven. The machine forces boiling water at high pressure through grounded coffee to fill the cup that is brimming with skimmed milk to give your choicest Latte or Cappuccino.

The better you are aware of your choices of coffee, the type of brew and flavor you prefer, the easier it becomes to select the most suitable coffee maker.

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