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Technivorm vs Bonavita – The Best Drip Coffee Makers

The quest to finding the best coffee machine probably lead you to the question: Bonavita, or Technivorm? There is very little doubt about the position of the two brands on the market, they are two of the best drip coffee makers, in fact, they are the leaders. The domestic specialty coffee machine market was lead … Read more

Quick Cold Brew Coffee – How to Make a Cold Brew Coffee in 3 Minutes

Cold pressed coffee, most commonly known as cold brew coffee, is the best way to brew coffee for people with sensitive stomachs. It is also the best coffee brewing method to make an iced coffee because the coffee is already cold. Many people enjoy more the cold pressed coffee than hot brewed methods because there … Read more

Cappuccino vs Latte vs Mocha, What Are the Differences?

There are a lot of different espresso-based drinks, sometimes this much variety can be confusing. I have a friend who admitted that she didn’t like to go to a coffee shop. She couldn’t choose between macchiato, latte, cappuccino, mocha, and many others because she didn’t know what they were. She was embarrassed to ask the barista what … Read more

Toddy vs Filtron vs Oxo – The Best Full Immersion Cold Brew Coffee Makers

Iced coffee made with oxo cold brew
Coffee from Oxo Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker

If you are looking to buy a large batch cold brew coffee maker, you have a relatively simple task; there aren’t too many options on the market. The few options available are relatively similar in functionality, features, and price. The three big names are Oxo, Filtron, and Toddy. You can skip to the second half of the article for the comparison.

Cold brew is a slow preparation method because uses cold steeping. In the absence of heat, caffeine and other soluble compounds in the coffee bean extract slower. Cold brew can take up to 48 hours to make, depending on how strong you want the coffee.

To solve this problem, coffee people invented the batch cold brew coffee makers. The concept behind these devices is that you prepare a large and concentrated batch of cold brew that you use for a few days. We store the coffee concentrate in the fridge, and we dilute it with water or milk when we drink it.

The large batch coffeemakers use full immersion for the extraction because it is the most convenient method.

Read moreToddy vs Filtron vs Oxo – The Best Full Immersion Cold Brew Coffee Makers

Impress Coffee Brewer vs Aeropress vs French Press

Impress Coffee Brewer – An Innovation Impress is a well designed, and easy to use coffee maker, that combines features from espresso machines and French press, and it reminds of the famous Aeropress. It is a hybrid between a coffee brewer and a travel mug, making brewing a great cup of joe a pleasure. Impress … Read more

Turkish Coffee Grinder – How to Choose the Best Grinder for Turkish Coffee

Brewing Turkish coffee is one of my fondest memories and reminds me of little gatherings at our house. I started drinking coffee very late in life, I was about 25, but I learned to brew it when I was a teenager. I would prepare a cup for my parents from time to time, or even … Read more

Burr vs Blade Coffee Grinder

Blade and Burr Grinders side by sideIf you are beginning to brew at home, and are looking for a good coffee grinder, or you are looking to replace the old cheap blade grinder, you find the right page. We will help you understand how the two compare, when you need to pay the premium for a burr grinder, and when is OK to stick with your blade grinder.

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Rancilio Silvia vs Gaggia Classic

Should I buy a Rancilio Silvia or the Gaggia Classic?

If you are looking for a semi-automatic espresso machine that will give you consistent shots and will look great on your kitchen counter, you probably have in mind the Gaggia Classic and the Silvia from Rancilio. There are other machines within the same price range, however, these two espresso machines are the best rated by customers.

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Krups Espresseria Fully Automatic Espresso Machine

Krups Espresseria

Fully automatic machines are very expensive, depending on brand and features, the price tag can go very high. Krups Espresseria is a nice compromise between price, level of automation, and reliability.

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Saeco Philips Intelia Super-Automatic Espresso Machine Review

Intelia is one of the best fully automatic espresso machines on the market. This is not a surprise for a Saeco product. With a long history in the industry, Saeco confirms even after joining Philips. Intelia automates all of the steps for brewing an espresso shot, or a cappuccino, and minimizes your work, and the risk of … Read more

DeLonghi Esam Magnifica Review

DeLonghi ESAM3300 Magnifica super automatic espresso machine
DeLonghi ESAM3300 Magnifica on Amazon

De’Longhi ESAM Magnifica is a super-automatic espresso machine on the lower price range, and it’s often compared to Krups Espresseria. The two offer about the same feature set at a comparable price. Each of the two has its strength and weaknesses and depending on your needs and preferences, you might choose one or the other.

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Gaggia Titanium Super-Automatic Espresso Machine Review

Gaggia Titanium makes a breeze the preparation of a latte, a cappuccino or brewing a cafe crema. Cafe crema, if you didn’t know, is a type of espresso more diluted than a lungo, but the shot doesn’t have water added to it as in cafe Americano, but the extraction is just prolonged a little bit. … Read more

Jura ENA 9 – One Touch

Jura Capresso Ena 9 – One Touch When Jura and Capresso, two of the big espresso equipment companies have merged, I was a little disappointed, because this means less competition. However, I realized soon that by joining forces, the two manufacturers could make espresso machines that will stand apart from the crowd. And this is what … Read more

Burr Coffee Grinder – How to Choose the Best Grinder

Freshly Grind Coffee Every-time Grinding coffee is one of the critical operations for making a good cup of coffee. Grinding coffee, besides brewing, is the only operation you can’t skip if you want your coffee to be perfect. It might be a boring thing to do every morning, and it might sound tempting to buy pre-ground, … Read more