Drip Coffee Maker – Bonavita BV1800

Posted by on Aug 1, 2013 in Reviews | 0 comments

Drip Coffee Maker – Bonavita BV1800

Drip Coffee Maker – Bonavita BV1800

I still keep a drip coffee maker around because there are days when I like to slow down and feel like I’m not in a rush to go anywhere. My favorite drip coffee maker happens to be the Bonavita 1800.

I remember when I first got it how impressed I was with it. The first thing I noticed was the Specialty Coffee Associate of America’s Certified Brewer Equipment award. The very first thing I noticed was the coffee that comes out of this machine is extremely HOT. I measured approximately 184* F freshly brewed. During the brew process you can be anywhere from 195* to 205*.

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Best Coffee Maker 2014 – Keurig Mini B31 Plus

Posted by on Jul 29, 2013 in Reviews, Under $100 | 1 comment

Best Coffee Maker 2014 – Keurig Mini B31 Plus

Best Coffee Maker 2014 – Keurig Mini B31 Plus

So I’ve been testing and using this Keurig for a couple of months now and I have to say it surpassed all my expectations. It’s another great option if you don’t need all the features on the more expensive Keurig machines.

So let’s get into the pros of this really nifty single cup brewer.

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Keurig K75 Brewer

Posted by on May 16, 2013 in Reviews | 3 comments

Keurig K75 Brewer

Best Coffee Maker 2014 – Keurig K75 Brewer

So as you probably know I’m a huge coffee person. When I was first shopping around for single cup brewing system I was amazed at the selection, but one stood out from all the rest and passed my taste test with flying colors. This was the Keurig K75 single cup brewing system. Easily our top pick for the best coffee maker 2012. After reading a few reviews I took the plunge and bought the unit, curious about all the hype.

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Best Coffee Maker 2013 – BUNN ST Velocity Brew

Posted by on Apr 15, 2013 in Reviews | 0 comments

Best Coffee Maker 2013 – BUNN ST Velocity Brew

Best Coffee Maker 2013 – BUNN ST Velocity Brew

The first thing to keep in mind about this particular brewer is they have an initial 15 minute setup, so if you unplug it at anytime you need to go through this 15 minute setup again. So once you fill up your reservoir you will need to give the machine 15 minutes while it preheats and gets setup. If you are the type of person that does not like to leave things plugged in when you’re not home then may need to look at another brewer.

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