Brewing coffee, cocoa, tea, etc in the morning, evening or at any time of the day is one of the things we can do to feed ourselves some nice drinks that will actually freshen up our body, especially after a long meal. It comes as no surprise that some people prefer doing the brewing themselves instead of going to a coffee/tea shop, hence the purchasing of home brewers for the occasional or regular brewing.
There are different types of coffee makers that you can purchase and some are more costly than others. Each of them serve different purposes so your choice of one over another should depend on what you plan to use it for. I for one prefer K-cup or single cup brewers because they are easy to use, and making a cup of coffee wouldn't take more than a few minutes. They also have a lot of useful features which make them more ergonomic, and gets them to do more work with little effort from you.
The most popular coffee makers are the "standard drips" which usually have anything from 4 to 12 cups. These are the ones you should purchase for general brewing. They don't have those special features that the more expensive brewers have so you can save yourself some money and opt for the standard drips. But if you know you need those features, i.e you need a coffee maker that will do more than brewing coffee for a few people, a guest, you, in a small household, then a probably better thing to do is shelling out extra money.
Single drip coffee makers come in different sizes so maybe you just have to buy the bigger ones with more cups instead of purchasing another type that has features you don't need. As I mentioned earlier, my favourite brewers are the single-cup brewers. They can only produce a cup of coffee at a time so you have to wait a bit if you want to brew several cups of tea, coffee, etc. The flavour of each drink produced depends on the K-cup used. Of course, each K-cup has different flavours.
We all have our choices to make and I've made mine. I'm currently using the keurig b70 platinum coffee maker. I just recently bought it and I'm glad I did. My previous coffee maker was giving me some problems so I thought it was time for a change.
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