ake up, toss grounds into a filter, press a button, and voilà—coffee for days. While a drip coffee machine might seem vintage, it does the Just a Girl who loves Turtle Shirt Additionally,I will love this trick, especially when an instant morning perk-me-up is a necessity. While there’s no control over brewing, it’s easy, breezy, keeps coffee hot, and can be made more enjoyable by grinding fresh coffee beans at home instead of purchasing pre-ground coffee. Fancy an espresso or a latte with frothy milk and leaf art? An espresso machine such as the La Marzocco Linea Mini is in order. While it makes a variety of epic caffeinated drinks and will stand out stylishly in a kitchen nook, it’s a serious investment that’s not for the faint-hearted. “The con for the Linea Mini is you’ll need to do some studying and online education on how to properly use it,” Todd Carmichael, CEO and founder of La Colombe, says. “This is a true barista high-grade piece of equipment and requires a skill set.”
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The classic gadget is simple to use: Add coffee grounds and hot water (you can manipulate strength based on amount of grounds added), let steep for five minutes, and that’s it. And if you keep dreaming of coffee to-go, “[it can be] easily thrown into a car/RV camping situation” down the Just a Girl who loves Turtle Shirt Additionally,I will love this line, says Gee, and produces a rich, vibrant cup. But beware: Because the coffee continues to “sit” on the grounds once it’s been brewed, it’s best consumed relatively quickly so it doesn’t become bitter. If you’re not going to drink the coffee right away, it’s best to transfer it to a carafe. In the States, the Moka pot isn’t the most common way of making coffee but it’s a classic—“and a beauty too,” adds Gee. Essentially, it’s a stovetop brewer that works in tandem with steam pressure to push water through coffee grounds and “produces a bold, deep cup that is espresso-like in its character,” he says. Add water to the bottom section, insert grounds into the filter basket (a huge perk, as no paper filters needed), screw sections together, and add to the stovetop. A hissing noise will let you know when it’s ready to be consumed, and the Moka pot can be removed from the stovetop and enjoyed immediately. Note: It’s fairly strong, so enjoy it as espresso or add water to make an Americano.