If you’re reading this, I think it’s safe to say we can all agree how great coffee is. With a wide variety of beans and endless ways to prepare, serve, and enjoy them, coffee is easily the most diverse and cultural beverage in the world.
Coffee originally popped up in European markets during the 17th century and wouldn’t become a popular drink in the United States until after the Boston Tea Party. Today, we can bring the world’s best coffees to our own kitchens with a good coffee maker and a few ingredients.
Maybe you're strapped for cash but still want to have great coffee and espresso on hand. Or, perhaps you're simply a savvy shopper, it doesn't matter; there are a ton of often-overlooked equipment that come in way under budget. In fact, we've got the best-kept secrets right here; and, they all retail for under $100!
In-between espressos the coffee experts at Whole Latte Love down a fair amount of the drippy stuff. Find out which drip coffee maker we use in the office. Hint: It's one of only a few certified by the Specialty Coffee Association of America and is a Cook's Illustrated Best Buy.
A fusion of convenience and flexibility, the innovative Saeco Minuto Focus HD8775 is both an espresso machine and a single-cup coffee brewer. It's all thanks to the innovative dual pressure level, which is used to transition the machine from one brewing mode to the other.
Whole Latte Love showcases the Capresso CM200 coffee maker. Efficient and affordable, the Capresso CM200 Programmable Coffee Maker can make a full 10 cups of coffee in less than nine minutes. But, if you only expect to make a few cups a day for personal consumption, the CM200 can deliver as well. When brewing a smaller volume, this coffee maker has a dedicated setting to preserve the flavor and aroma of your beverages.