Answering the question, “What is the best coffee maker?” is a bit like answering the question, “How long is a piece of string?”
The answer is: it depends. It depends on what your needs and preferences are.
Different coffee makers have different combinations of features. Some people need certain features, whereas for other people, those features will not be useful.
However, if you are not sure where to start, trying to choose the best coffee maker for you can be daunting task. To help you get started, we have selected some of the best and and most popular coffee makers in today’s market. Keep reading to find out more about them.
Let’s start with the Capresso Coffee Team GS model. This particular grind and brew coffee maker is regarded by many to be the best of the best. It features solid steel canonical burrs that will give you perfectly ground up coffee beans. It operates very quietly, even for a canonical burr model. The sounds it does make are very gentle and pleasant, and they make for good background noise while you are waiting for your coffee to grind and brew. The burr grinding with this device is very slow, meaning that very little heat is imparted onto the coffee beans during the grinding stage. thus, the Capresso Coffee Team GS grind and brew will produce some of the freshest cups of coffee you will have ever tasted.
Another one of the great grind and brew coffee makers is the Krups KM7000. The Krups KM7000 has many of the same features as the Capresso Coffee Team GS, including steel canonical burr and automatic timing options. The Krups KM7000 is great for controlling aspects of your coffee such as the water to coffee ratio, the brewing temperature and the time spend grinding the beans. Both the Capresso Coffee Team GS and the Krups KM7000 are priced at around the $200 mark, but you get excellent value for that price. If you are serious about your coffee, then you won’t want to sacrifice taste and flavour for the sake of saving a few dollars.
Another popular option is the Cuisinart grind and brew coffee maker. This device includes a glass carafe for the purposes of serving. The Cuisinart model has a 12 cup capacity, and it includes options for setting your brewing cycle for just one cup or up to four cups at once. The Cuisinart grind and brew includes an in-built shower head that gently distributes water over your ground beans, thus minimizing any heat loss from the device. It also has a charcoal water filter to help add to the freshness and purity of your coffee experience.