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Coffee has played a very important role in human societies for hundreds of years. The earliest known evidence of people drinking coffee dates to the mid-1400s in the shrines of Yemen. From that point, coffee drinking spread out to India, to Italy, and then into Europe and the Americas.

These days, a coffeemaker is as important an appliance in many kitchens as a refrigerator or oven. However, there are thousands of them on the market, so it can be a challenge to determine which one you should buy.

We narrowed down our picks after many hours of research and many cups of coffee. Each of these coffee makers represent high-quality devices that can be counted on to produce great coffee reliably.

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Technivorm Moccamaster 59616 KBG Coffee Maker

$300? Are you joking? Hear us out - there's a good reason why the Technivorm Moccamaster is considered the gold standard of coffee makers, even factoring in the price. Let's start with what the Moccamaster does not come with: in stark contrast to many consumer-grade coffee makers, the Moccamaster lacks multiple brewing modes, programmable settings, or even a timer to automatically start brewing (though it does come with a 100-minute automatic shut-off for safety purposes). There are two physical controls on the base plate - one switches the device on and off, while the other adjusts the hot plate temperature between 175°F and 185°F. Instead of buttons and gadgets, the primary focus of Technivorm's timeless Moccamaster is to brew the best possible pot of coffee. The copper heating element alone is worth the cost of entry. Beyond heating water quickly and efficiently, it allows the Moccamaster to brew coffee at the ideal temperature range between 195°F to 205°F. Unlike the aluminum heating element found in cheaper coffee makers, the copper element is notably more resistant to corrosion that will eventually render lesser models inoperable over time. The outlet arm stretches over the entire filter basket and is designed to evenly drip water over the grinds, and the basket itself features a shut-off device to prevent drips if you want to pour a cup during the brewing process. Nearly every single component of the Moccamaster can be removed and replaced, giving it a real-world edge in terms of longevity and service life. The Moccamaster remains hand-built in the Netherlands, and Technivorm backs up its product with a 5-year warranty. It's a lot of money for a coffee maker, but between the unparalleled build quality, longevity by design, and its ability to consistently brew amazing coffee, it's easily the last coffee maker you'll ever need to buy.



市场上的许多预算型咖啡壶均遵循一个简单的公式;结果,几乎没有区分各个模型。Hamilton Beach Bucks与46310型号的趋势,这是我们最喜欢的咖啡壶低于50美元。对于初学者来说,摆动过滤器篮子释放机器顶部的空间,用于水填充片。虽然这似乎乍一看似乎似乎是一个很大的交易,但是能够加入水的额外便利,而无需从机柜下方从柜子下方出来,这对于任何只想享受一杯咖啡的人来说都是一种宝贵的便利在早上。篮子元件可拆卸,旨在接受标准一次性纸质过滤器或可重复使用的网格,并且有一个弹簧加载的关闭,如果拍摄循环处于活动状态时卸下玻璃水瓶,则防止滴落。有多种酿造模式来适应个人偏好,如果您喜欢咖啡在早上醒来时,定时器允许自动酿造。2小时后加热板将自动关闭,并且屏幕本身将在每30个酿造周期后显示一个提醒清洁/拆下机器。其中一个值得注意的缺点是玻璃水瓶内部内部的锋利表面的数量,在使用后尝试清洁时可能会很麻烦(我们发现了艰难的方式)。 Otherwise, the Hamilton Beach 46310 punches above its weight, and we find that it's well worth the sub-$50 price tag.

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Sometimes, the simplest way of brewing a cup of coffee is still the best way. Though the Chemex coffee maker looks like it could have been released yesterday, the design actually dates back to 1941 and is rooted in WWII-era material shortages. This instantly recognizable design combines a glass flask with a two-piece wooden collar, the latter of which is held together by a simple tie. The secret of the Chemex coffee maker is its filter - unlike many disposable coffee filters, the Chemex paper filters trap more solid particles and oils in order to turn out a pure cup of coffee. There are no other tricks or gimmicks to be found here; all it takes to extract a good pot of coffee is a single filter, properly-ground coffee, and hot water (preferably around 200°F) carefully poured over the grinds. While the Chemex will work with regular disposable filters in a pinch, not using the Chemex-specific filters defeats the purpose. There's a good reason why this classic design has remained unchanged for the 8 decades it's been in production - it excels when it comes to brewing coffee and does so without fuss or a learning curve.

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