We love coffee makers that look like they're from a future we thought would have arrived by now, and the Wilfa Svart Presisjon automatic coffee machine delivers on this ideal. The Wilfa Svart Presisjon automatic coffee machine is the result of a collaboration between the leading barista Tim Wendelboe and Denmark based Designit.
The Wilfa Svart Presisjon Automatic Coffee Machine features:
Advanced patented heating system that delivers optimal water temperature between 92°C and 96°C to get the most flavor from the coffee
Unique Italian pump that allots the right amount of water at the right time
2.2 kW coffee machine features detachable tank that ensures fresh water
Precise flow control valve that lets you regulate the amount and strength of the coffee
Sure we are a single serve coffee site, but we also have to give props to awesome ground multi-cup coffee brewers when their in hot pink. We really love the Cuisinart DCC-1200MP Brew Central 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker with it's brilliant metallic pink finish and classic design that comes with a 12-cup carafe with ergonomic handle. The dripless spout and knuckle guard will also make getting a cup of coffee a breeze.
24-hour programmability with programmable automatic shutoff 0 to 4 hours and 1- to 4-cup feature
Brew pause feature lets you enjoy a cup of coffee before brewing has finished
Charcoal water filter and permanent gold tone filter, measuring scoop and instruction book
The pour over dripper is one of those coffee methods that if done correctly yields amazing results. You use a paper filter and slowly pour water over a bed of dry coffee grounds while the brewed liquid drips out of the bottom.
Tons of coffee snobs rank the Kalita Wave higher than other pour-over brewers because its flat bottomed filters allow for a more even extraction. You've also got to love the way it looks with it's Art Deco styling and how it comes in a variety of styles.
The KM9000 from Krups dispenses piping hot coffee at the touch of a button, and best of all it's one cup at a time. The compact 12-cup coffee machine is factory programmed for a large or small cup. The Krups Cup On Request coffee maker features the dual heating system with positive temperature coefficient to ensure unvaried coffee temperature for constant taste from the moment coffee is brewed and up to 4 hours after.
Countdown timer to show how long its been since your coffee was brewed
Programmable angled control panel - aroma selection for more intense extraction
Front facing water window - 3 level removable drip tray for multiple size cups and travel mugs
If you're into single serve coffee you'd think owning a grinder would be a thing of the past - but you'd be wrong. There are just too many great micro-roast coffees out there to try and there are various ways to use ground coffee with your single cup brewer. The Kyocera Ceramic Coffee Grinder is ideal for those of us who want to put a little muscle in our coffee grinding. The multi-purpose grinder prepares fresh coffee, salt, pepper, green tea, and even sesame seeds - so it's not just for coffee. The ceramic grinding mechanism never alters flavor of grinds, resulting in fresh, flavorful, and pure ingredients. The advanced ceramic is close in hardness to diamond - so don't even worry about it breaking when you get those harder than hard coffee beans. The reusable glass container stores up to 100 g of coffee grinds and is dishwasher safe.
Looking like an alien spaceship more than a coffee maker, the Jules Espresso Coffee Maker will also set you back more than a ticket to Mars at 1,300 CHF ($1388 USD). It's made with a round, polished stainless steel shell, and supported by stainless steel legs.
The Jules espresso coffee maker from CB Industries employs Saeco system for ground coffee
15 bar high performance pump
Removable 1.4 liter water tank under the upper half of the sphere.
There's also the lights inside the sphere that change depending on the machine operation
We received the Eco-Fill Reusable Coffee Filter for Single Serve K-Cup Coffee Brewers just over a week ago, and the resulting coffee and ease of use is excellent. The Eco-Fill allows you to use your favorite coffee with your Keurig, Cuisinart, Breville, Mr Coffee and other single serve Brewers that use K-Cups, by allowing you to fill the Eco-Fill filter with any coffee you choose.
Over at Businessweek there's a great article on the future of coffe and it's a bit lousy. Another Reason to Hate Global Warming: Lousy Coffee has informed the entire staff here at Single Serve Coffee that by 2080 we'll need to switch to another hot beverage to enjoy in the morning. What's the deal?
A recently published scientific study concludes that as much as 99.7 percent of wild Arabica coffee—the bean that accounts for 70 percent of the global market—may fall victim to rising temperatures by 2080. Farmers will still be able to cultivate Arabica coffee—at least for a while—but the bean’s genetic pool will be severely reduced.
Well perhaps they can somehow keep up the genetic diversity and maybe over the next 60+ years make the coffee tolerate the rising temperatures. Who knows but I'd like to think our kids will make the coffee choice over taste and not because it's just lousy.
We're impressed with the Impress Single Serve Coffee brewer. The Impress is a 2-piece nested coffee press with a to-go cup lid that brews a full-flavored great cup of coffee in 3 minutes or less.
How does it work?
After placing fresh grounds in the outer cup and pouring in hot water, you let it brew to your taste. Then, simply push the inner cup (reverse-flow filter inspired by the portafilter) all the way down, and clean full bodied coffee flows up into the vessel as the grounds get pushed down. That's it - you're done! Put a lid on it and go. The grounds stay at the bottom and out of your coffee until you are ready to pull the inner cup filter back out to clean it. The filter technology keeps the grounds from brewing any further after the coffee is pressed, so you only get the 3 minute brew you intended, even if the coffee stays put for a while longer!
Innovation is the game over at Kickstarter, and you can back this project which is over it's funding budget which means it's going to hopefully get made and in a timely fashion.
Pour over brewed coffee for some is the best single cup of coffee you can make. This German designed pour over coffee brewer takes the mess out of the process, and is also very colorful. With the Unplugged coffee maker all you need is a filter, ground beans, and hot water. Price is just under € 28.
We like the reusable part because we're eco-friendly here at Single Serve Coffee. We also think the fine ultra-fine mesh and results from it look good to us in the video after the jump - so good in fact we're going to be a backer.
Over in the Single Serve Coffee Forums there's a great post featuring a couple of Aeropress tips. We love the Aeropress (read our review here), and any tricks and tips are always welcome. Besides making a great cup of coffee the Aeropress itself is one of many inventions from Alan Adler inventor of the Aerobie flying disk. Yep - not only did Alan invent a great coffee press, he's got 40 other patents and lectures at Nasa. Okay back to the tips...
The Coffeebrewer is a disposable French press. Inside the pouch is a filter with 26 g of freshly ground specialty coffee. To brew 3 cups of coffee, all you need is to open it, pour 1/2 L hot water into it, and let it brew 5-8 min. Now we know we're all about single serve coffee, but we think this coffee in a bag hits the mark. It's contained, portable, and makes a great cup of coffee.
Toward the end of our unboxing post we promised more detail on the Trifecta's features, ease of use, and effectiveness in terms of single-serve brewing. Now it's time to deliver. We'll do so in two parts: (a) today's step-by-step walk-through of how to make a cup using this machine, highlighting important points along the way, and (b) a summary post next week discussing pros and cons. Let's start 'walking through' already!
Step 0. Wake up the Trifecta, if necessary
After 6 hours of inactivity, the Trifecta's heater drops from 200 degrees F to 140 to conserve energy. A quick press of the brew button or movement of the latch (with brew chamber in place) will start the roughly 1-minute process of getting the machine back to its optimal brewing temperature.
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