Over the two years we’ve reviewed coffee makers, we’ve brewed hundreds of cups of coffee in 12 different machines, sampling the results with a blind-tasting panel of coffee roasters and interviewing numerous coffee connoisseurs—from roasters to baristas—to find the best. Depending on your priorities, we found the best …
Not content with only enraging coffee connoisseurs, Keurig will soon be expanding its K-cup empire with a new line of instant soups that are sure to have foodies shaking their heads in disgust too. First to the market will be an instant version of Campbell's chicken and noodle soup, using a combination of a K-cup for…
With most people content to just pop in a cartridge, push a button, and accept the caffeinated lighter fluid that comes forth with open mouths, it's easy to forget that coffee-making can be an art. Which is partially why Tonx's fun and monstrously informative infographic on cofeee-makerless coffee-making is such a…
At first glance this beautiful espresso maker from CB Industries looks like a proposed NASA spacecraft design from the mid-1950s. But instead of dropping astronauts on the moon, it's only designed to drip coffee into a cup, while looking sleek in the process.
This is a great Ariete coffee maker with an awesomely retro design. It would look even better under my Christmas tree.
If you're stuck with a small kitchen, you can usually save space with multi-purpose appliances that embody the jack of all trades, master of none spirit. Or, you can wait until October when Princess' brilliant Compact4All stackable kitchen appliances finally hit the market.
If you're into the whole pour-over coffee thing, and are looking for a brewer that fits into your kitchen by looking suspiciously like a standard drip-brewer, the Unplugged Coffee Maker is right up your alley.
There are plenty of ways to make coffee. The Yama Cold Brew Drip Tower is certainly among the most stylish. It's also a bit expensive, it's a moderate hassle, and it looks a little like it belongs in a lab. Can your kitchen handle it?
For fancy caffeine, you can't just use any old espresso machine. The latest coffee maker from Siemens doesn't only look slick and expensive but has a €1,500 ($2,050) price tag to match too.