May 11, 2009

Kalorik Coffee Maker - 4 Cup Coffee Maker with Built-In Grinder

Kalorik 4-c. Coffee Maker with Grinder

Sure it uses actual coffee beans to grind, and brew up to 4 cups of coffee at time, but you can still make a single cup of coffee with the Kalorik Magic Bean Personal Burr Grind & Brew Coffee Maker. A special patented burr grinder automatically grinds the beans before brewing to ensure the grounds are as fresh as possible. A grind control dial lets you program the amount of coffee to grind, can make from 1 to 4 individual cups, while a strength selector offers a choice from strong to mild coffee flavor. Once brewing is complete, the fresh coffee is delivered into a 9 oz stainless steel cup.

The brewing process can also be interrupted with the so that you can taste the cup before brewing is finished. This specialty coffee maker also features permanent stainless steel filter, coffee ready signal, safety photo censors that will stop brewing process if detected that the jug or the filter holder are not well positioned, removable grinder for easy cleaning, and includes a travel cup base attachment to fit into you car cup holder, when you need it on the go.

We're going to see if we can track one of these down. It looks like instead of spending over $1500 for a super automatic - this brewed coffee slim down of a machine at $199 could be an interesting alternative.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 11, 2009 8:13 AM

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