1. Annie

    I recently went back to coffee after giving it up in favor of green tea 4 years ago. Can you believe I actually gave up yummy, satisfying coffee? I read some stuff that said it was bad for you…then I read some stuff a few months ago that extolled the benefits of good ole coffee. Now I am back. I have a French Press which I like a lot, since it does not take up much counter space, has no waste and makes a fantastic cuppa! Here’s to coffee-lovers everywhere!

  2. Daniella

    Hi Saad,

    Great article!

    I have a coffee machine, called Essenza. It comes from Italy. It’s a great machine but it’s way too small, and it doesn’t heat the milk. So I am looking for a bigger machine with more functionalities. I really like the last one on the list. The Gaggia. It seems to be of high quality. Since I love vivid colors, I would like to know if this machine comes in other colors apart from metal?
    Also, is it possible to know what is the warranty lifespan?

    Thank you for this excellent post!

  3. Sharon

    A good coffee machine can be very costly and some are hard to maintain too – the cleaning part. I use a percolator because I find it the easiest to wash. Moreover, it is only I that drinks coffee in the family.

    However, I do like to have a pod coffee maker for its convenience. No doubt limited to the coffee variety offered by the manufacturer, their variety range is pretty good.

    You have written a good review indeed, explanations are straightforward and easy to understand.

    Will check out those pod coffee makers. Perhaps it is time for me to get one.

    • I completely agree with you there are very expensive coffee machines on the market.
      however, when I decide to buy one.
      I will choose the one which easies to use, clean and maintain with cheap price, But the taste of the coffee will be the first priority for me.

  4. Kevin

    I Love Coffee and it makes me happy too lol

    I didn’t realize there are so many options to make coffee. This post help me a lot to figure out what is what I’m looking for

    I’m looking for a portable espresso machine that I could travel with.

    From bring it with me to work or to my meeting at night.
    Can you point out where can I buy a Portable espresso machine?

    Thanks and have a great day.

  5. Courtney

    Awesome thanks for the guide! I am definitely a picky coffee drinker and love a good cup of strong black coffee. I am commonly traveling and have found that buying coffee at a cafe or coffee shop adds up very quickly. It seems like the best option you have listed here for travel is the percolator. Seeing that it is hard to clean, would you recommend something else? I have a french press but some kind of story. What about a pour over or airopress? Thanks for the suggestions.

  6. Robert

    I drink both coffee and teas.

    I enjoy coffee in the morning with a French Press and vary the coffees to change things up. I also use the press for Yerba Mate as well.

    Which one of the choices would you suggest for the best tasting Mate that I could use for coffee as well?

    I have had good luck with Cuisinart over the years.


  7. Colette Cole

    I love that there is a site dedicated to coffee! I am one of those people whose life is made so much better by the beverage. I don’t drink it in excess, but I look forward to that first sip in the morning and that time with friends over a cup.
    In my younger days I loved all of the specialty machines and lived for the fancy ways to make my brew. However, at 40 and with children and work chasing me every day, I am satisfied with my standard filtered coffee perk. It’s fast enough, it’s fresh tasting and I can have another cup without waiting for it again.

  8. M Anand Kumar

    We use a coffee filter which is just a stainless steel can with 2 compartments and a filter. The ground coffee powder is put at the top and boiled water is poured on it. The coffee percolates in about 15-30 minutes.

    The percolators described by you eliminates the need for separately boiling water. The electric or stove version boils the water and it is forced through a tube onto the coffee. It appears that percolators are good to have for a nice cup of coffee even though cleaning it is not a breeze.

    Good website with concise and clear information.

    • Midooo000ooo

      Thank you M Anand Kumar for your comment and yes i agree with you percolates is good choice and give you strong cup of coffee i love to use it when i go camping with my friends 

  9. Bobby

    Thanks for the educational information on this site.
    I do drink lots of coffee myself and would love to have a new type of machine.
    Do you use one of these? What is the bean to cup machine like? Seems like this would be the best option for me to use. Sure would like to try one like that in my home. Which one would you recommend?

  10. Win Bill

    I have a friend who drinks coffee five times a day. You have read that right. Most people drink around one to two cups and they are good to go. It goes to show how much he is in love with it. One of his favorites is espresso. Personally, I can’t handle the “strength” of espresso, but he can. He even has TWO expresso making machines. One is at home and one at the office he works at. I doubt he would get a third espresso machine until I read about your piston driven espresso making machine. It sounds difficult to use for an average joe like me. However, for a pro like him, this would be like the best holiday gift ever. By the way, do you have espresso everyday also?

    • Midooo000ooo

      hhhhhh, i do the same thing I drink coffee 3 to 4 times every day.
       But not only espresso maybe one or two Turkish coffee and one espresso and cappuccino I have espresso machine (Nespresso)  it’s the best way to make espresso, 
      and another portable one for traveling and site work due I’m project architect, and I have to drink at least double shot  espresso in the morning before the work 

      Merry Christmas 🙂

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