Our entire family likes to drink coffee. It’s very common for us to start our day sitting at our dining table having our breakfast with matching cups of coffee. It’s also more frequently that late in the evening sitting on our porch with matching cups of coffee.
You can pretty say that I’m somewhat of a coffee addict.
If you take a quick look at my kitchen counter tops or the basement, you will find stuff related to coffee such as Milk frothers, dual blend coffee pots and single mug makers.
Hera are my 5 things to look for when buying a new Coffee Maker
#1 - Temperature
People who love coffee know that temperature is very important when it comes to brewing coffee. Generally, it should be between 195 F and 205 F (The closer, the better). If you go for the higher boiling point you will end up burning your coffee. If the water is not enough hot, it will not properly extract the coffee from the ground beans. However, once you brew the coffee, the temperature is just a matter of taste.
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#2 – Speed
For a moment, I used to have an espresso maker in my kitchen and thought it would be my thing of dreams. I would wake up on Saturday’s morning, and make cups of cappuccino and we would sit and enjoy our drinks. I never found the time to grind beans, steam milk, or press coffee. I just need coffee, and I need it fast. Even many of coffee brewers can take up a lot of time just to brew a pot.
This coffee maker is a lot faster for those mornings when you just can’t get out of the bed.
#3 – Easy, Useful Controls
I can list a ton of options that you can find about coffee makers. Honestly though, it’s all about finding the options you need without going overboard. The more complicated the coffee maker, the more it will cost you. Important on my list:
· a 24 hour brew start timer
· a self-cleaning option to control calcium build up
· a 1-4 cup settings
· an auto off button
#4 – Brew Strength
While technically this is a control, I weigh strength as a category of its own. Depending on the time of the day it is or what day of week, I will frequently change my mind on the strength of coffee that I brew.
#5 – Filtering
Filtering is very important for many reasons: First of all, the coffee that we drink is mostly made up of water. This means that the water purity impacts the end cup quality. A water filter will help you to reduce flavor altering impurities that might be present in your water. Coffee filter is the second important filter. Disposable coffee filters are not much expensive but the cost can add up.