Jura ENA Micro 9 Review: Is This The Machine To Answer Your Coffee Prayers?

Jura has been making appliances for the home since 1931. Jura originated in Switzerland and have since expanded into Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, the US, the UK, Australia, Spain, Sweden, and South East Asia. So Jura has genuinely become an International name....

Keurig 2.0 K200 Review – Our Comprehensive Guide To Keurig’s Latest Machine

If you're passionate about great coffee, then you’ll know the importance of getting a machine that not only produces the results you’re looking for but also compliments your kitchen and the style that you enjoy the best. With this in mind, you want to make sure that...

Keurig K250 Coffee Maker Review – Good Things Come In Small Packages

Since space is always at a premium in our kitchen, mainly due to our love of kitchen technology, acquiring a new gadget is a serious decision. And when it comes to coffee machines, it’s almost a life-or-death situation. Not only does the machine have to have as small...

Swiss Precision Brings You World Class Coffees – Jura J80 Review

There comes a point in every coffee lover’s life when, however well it’s done its duty, that standard coffee machine just isn’t enough any more. And until we reach the stage where we can ask Alexa (or Siri, or even Cortana) to bring us our coffee, automatic coffee...

Is Keurig K575 The Best Coffee Maker? Let’s Review And See If It Can Be A Great Buy

For most people in the world, there’s nothing as relaxing as sitting down for a decent cup of coffee, knowing that each amazing sip will make the daily work grind seem that little bit further. A good cup of coffee is tantamount to a little bit of heaven, especially if...

DeLonghi EC 702 Espresso Maker Review – Be Your Own Barista

Chances are if you're a coffee junky, you love a good espresso. Whether it's mixed into your favorite latte or Macchiato, or you prefer to drink it straight up, espresso provides an amazing taste and enough caffeine to kickstart your daily routine. In case you’re...

Technivorm Moccamaster KBT-741 Coffee Maker Review – Innovative Luxury in Coffee

Brewing your own coffee at home with ease is a relatively new experience. Drip coffee makers have only been around since 1954. Now, in today’s society, it would be almost unthinkable to live without these wonderful machines. (Unless for some strange reason you don’t...

Cuisinart DBM-8 Coffee Grinder Review – Perfection In A Petite Package

Since the 17th Century, grinding your own coffee beans has been an essential part of being a true coffee lover. The freshness and richness of recently ground beans are unequaled by most, if not all store-bought coffee. When freshly ground, the coffee is full of...

Cuisinart DCC-3000 Coffee Maker Review – Unusual And Unmatched

Sometimes, the perfect solution isn’t what we expect it will be. Weird, quirky home remedies have existed for thousands of years. How did someone find out that bathing in tomato juice is what it takes to get the smell of a skunk out of your skin? Or that brushing your...

Cuisinart SS-15 Coffee Maker Review – All-in-One Jack-of-all-Trades

There is a certain joy one feels in being prepared for any outcome. Whether it’s as minor carrying an umbrella in case it rains to something as serious as having a life insurance policy, the contentment of being ready is deeply satisfying. The same goes for our daily...

Cuisinart DGB-900BC Coffee Maker Review – Hot & Hipster

Walk through any Whole Foods Supermarket in the United States and you’ll witness firsthand the Organic Madness that has taken the country by storm. Fueled by a desire to eat food as natural as possible and worried by myths of the cancer-causing effects of...

Cuisinart DCC-3200 Review – Classy Caffeine for the Coffee Connoisseur

Since the 1970s, Cuisinart has positioned itself as the foremost American name in kitchen cookware. This is in no small part because of its contributions to the coffee maker market. The company has spared no expense in its research and development. As a result,...

Cuisinart SS-10 Coffee Maker Review – Smart & Sexy

Keurig changed the American coffee homebrewing landscape in 1992 with the invention of the single-serve coffee maker. Originally targeting corporate offices, the early iterations of their machines were unrefined and produced lackluster taste and coffee quality. In the...

Rancilio Silvia Review – Take Your Coffee Shop To The Next Level

Opening a coffee shop isn’t the easiest task, especially when you don’t know what to buy at first. This is why we review the coffee machines and look for the best options. We’ve asked around more baristas than we’d like to admit about which was their favorite machine...

La Pavoni PA-1200 Napolitana Review – Rise And Grind

Ever since the beginning of the 20th century, there has been a name which circulates the coffee world - that of La Pavoni. The founder of the company is the person who bought the steam-made espresso, actually. He started by making espresso machines in his workshop in...

Gaggia 14101 Classic Review – Simple Yet Effective

There are a few coffee machines which are as easily recognizable as the Gaggia 14101 Classic. The history of this machine dates back a few decades ago, although the reviewed model here is the newest version of it. It is better in some ways, and slightly worse in...

Delonghi EC685M DEDICA Review – Size Doesn’t Always Matter

Size - an aspect of modern products which is often overlooked. When choosing a coffee machine for a coffee shop or just for your own home, size should be one of the most important factors. It reflects on so many other features, such as sturdiness, boiler volume, and...

Breville BES920XL Oracle Review – Passion, Dedication, And A Lot Of Coffee

In the world of espresso machines, there is one name that is easily recognizable everywhere - that one is Breville. Even if we ignore their previous models (which were all some sort of a success story), the recent [amazon link="B00I6JGGP0" title ="Breville BES920XL...

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