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Types of Coffee Makers

Drip Coffee Maker
Drip Coffee Maker

An automatic drip coffee maker is the most common type of coffee machine, and the one which most Americans have, whether at home or in the office.Countless coffee drinkers prefer the speed and convenience of brewing a pot of drip coffee.

Espresso Coffee Maker
Espresso Coffee Maker

For a high-quality, easy-to-use and affordable coffee and espresso machine, your best bet is the Nespresso VertuoLine Evoluo Coffee and Espresso Maker. This product uses Nespresso pods to quickly brew delicious coffee and/or espresso, making it easier than ever to enjoy specialty coffee in the comfort of your own home.

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French Press
French Press

Best French Press Coffee Maker Picks 2018 Last Updated: 8th January, 2018 A French press, (also called a coffee press, press pot, coffee plunger, Cafeteria, or cafetiere), is a piece of coffee brewing equipment patented by the Italian designer “Atillio Calimani” in 1929.

Moka pot
Moka pot

Learn how to brew coffee with a Moka pot coffee maker. We offer step-by-step tutorials to make brewing with a Moka pot simple and easy.

Percolator
Percolator

A coffee percolator is a type of pot used for the brewing of coffee by continually cycling the boiling or nearly boiling brew through the grounds using gravity until the required strength is reached.

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Thermal Coffee Maker
Thermal Coffee Maker

Buy "Thermal Coffee Makers" products like Cuisinart® 12-Cup Programmable Thermal Coffee Maker, Capresso® ST300 Thermal Coffee Maker, Cuisinart® 12-Cup Stainless Steel Programmable Thermal Coffee Maker, Cuisinart® Perfec Temp® 12-Cup Programmable Thermal Coffee Maker, Cuisinart® Extreme Brew™ 10-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker

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Vacuum Coffee Maker
Vacuum Coffee Maker

The long answer - a vacuum coffee maker is a full immersion brew system that uses a constant heat source to create a vacuum in one chamber by forcing water up into another chamber, where the coffee grounds are steeped, and then allows the brew to drain back down into the bottom chamber.