Coffee Filters have become a very important part of making the perfect cup of Joe and they have developed a lot over the years. The very first coffee filter was created way back in 1908 by a German housewife named Melitta Bentz, who become frustrated by the bitter taste you get from boiling those loose … Read moreCoffee Makers with Permanent Filters
A phenomenon in hybrid coffee-makers is here! Internally brewed, heated and stored, large quantity single-serve coffee-makers (also known as brew-stations) combine the convenience of pod-style single-serve machines with the quality of freshly brewed drip or pour over coffee. Store up to 12 cups inside your machine for hours on end without the need for a … Read moreCoffee Makers Without Carafe
In a previous post I wrote about the importance of water temperature when brewing coffee and how the perfect temperature ranges between 195 ℉ and 205 ℉. Knowing this is a great help because you can use this information when you are looking for your next coffee maker or for when you are boiling water for … Read moreCoffee Makers With Temperature Control
Do you work in an office where you current coffee maker just doesn’t cut it? Are you constantly filling the water reservoir in order to keep up with demand? Are your colleagues about to revolt? Perhaps you need a coffee maker with a water line. Although I review 5 coffee makers with water lines, for … Read more5 Best Coffee Makers With Water Lines- Ditch The Water Reservoirs!
If you have read more than one K575 vs K475 review before, then my comparison will disappoint you. And you know why? Because most of the other popular reviews that compare the Keurig K575 and the K475 have got several things wrong. For instance, one of the biggest mistakes that I have seen is that … Read moreKeurig K575 vs K475