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Coffee Machines - Brewing the Fuel for Humans.

Coffee Machines - Brewing the Fuel for Humans.

Coffee is undoubtedly one of the world’s most popular beverages and just In 2020/2021, around 166.63 million 60 kilogram bags of coffee were consumed worldwide, this might not be a surprise since you could also consider coffee as the fuel that many people need in their lifes to keep going, so, whether its just one cup each morning, or various cups through the course of the day, these particular individuals would hate the idea of waking up and not being able to enjoy the smell and flavor of a good cup of the caffeinated beverage.

Studies have also discovered that a good percentage of coffee consumers, made coffee at home, which makes the presence of a coffe machine in any kitchen a really common sighting, but with a huge variety of machines available out there, it can get a bit difficul to choose one for you.

There are many types of coffe makers, from manual ones, to electrical ones, to stovetop ones, so its good for you to get to know the qualities and downsides of some of them.


Drip Coffee Makers (electric)


Traditionally, drip coffee makers have been a popular staple of households due to a combination of ease of use, affordability, durability, and the ability to quickly produce coffee for one to four coffee drinkers at a time.
Drip machines are one of the most popular types of coffee makers in the world.

Pros Cons
  • Affordable.
  • Easy to use.
  • Reliable.
  • Warming plate “cooks” coffee sitting in the pot.

 



Espresso machines (electric)


One of the more expensive types of coffee makers is the electric espresso machine. While home espresso machines can cost a little more than other types of household brewers and can tend to be more finicky and labor-intense, it can be worth it to the die-hard espresso lover if you get your technique down pat and are able to successfully extract the rich, delicious shots of brew like your favorite coffee shop.

Pros Cons
  • Can produce great espresso.
  • Can aerate (froth) milk.
  • Expensive.
  • Technical.
  • Labor-intensive.

 




French Press Coffee Makers (manual)


The French press, also known as a “press pot” or “plunger pot,” is easy to use, easy to clean, and can even be taken with you when you travel. The press uses a mesh metal filter. This allows all the coffee’s flavor oils to make it into your cup, as opposed to getting trapped in a paper filter during brewing. Travel-friendly versions also exist.

Pros Cons
  • Easy to use and clean.
  • Glass pots are fragile.

 

 

Moka Pot Coffee Makers (stovetop)


The Moka pot is a simple and cost-effective alternative to a full-blown home espresso machine. It produces a thick, rich and flavorful brew that goes great with creamers, flavored syrups or frothy steamed milk. The Moka pot is also a favorite brewing device of campers who enjoy brewing on a camping stove or over the fire. This type of coffee maker brews quickly and produces an espresso-like kind of coffee.

Pros Cons
  • Affordable alternative to espresso machines.
  • Consistent.
  • For use on stovetop only.
  • Multiple parts to assemble and clean.



But don’t let the options overwhelm you, instead, take some time to take a look at our collection of coffee machines and accessories and don’t ever worry again about missing a single cup: Coffee Machines - Irwins Megastore

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