PHowever, capsule or capsule machines are worth the investment if you’re on a regular basis in a hurry, as they heat up quickly and generally brew a range of coffee drinks (and teas!) Without hassle or mess.
Most, however, are only compatible with the capsules and pods sold by the machine manufacturer; if you want to get creative with your coffee, a capsule machine might not be for you.
Bean to Cup Machines
It’s the machine of choice for coffee purists and barista-worthy latte lovers. While bean-to-cup machines are more expensive, they are as fresh as it gets; just pour the coffee beans into the machine and sit back while they are whipped into your perfect cup.
The machines use a built-in grinder, many of which come with a variety of settings so you can decide how hard you want your beans to be ground, and automatically pour in your chosen beverage when done.
Most cup bean machines now include a steam arm so you can froth milk as well when needed.
Filter coffee machines
For people who aren’t too concerned with coffee creations and prefer a proven pick-me-up (or multiple servings of good stuff), a filter coffee machine is a fantastic option.
Filter coffee machines work by running water through the ground beans into a hot jug. They take a little longer than other coffee machines, but they allow you to brew great-tasting coffee for the whole family in minutes with full control over the grounds.
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This notice was published: 2021-03-10 12:47:46