Introduction:Considering all the models, functions, sizes, prices etc., choosing the right coffee machine is becoming a very difficult task, yet, you need one and you need it soon. So what to do? Where to start? This guide is going to help you understand better how the coffee machines work and what is the coffee drink they produce, when you review the models. I hope you enjoy it and it helps you on your next purchase:
The typical American way of having the coffee, you put the water on top of the machine at its container, that put the coffee ground on its filter basket and switch on the machine. It will heat up and eventually start to heat the water that will go through the coffee basket into the transparent pot, dripping continuously. The pot is being kept hot from its plate, so you can enjoy large volume of coffee being hot for a long time. You can use any kind of ground with the filter machines, as it doesn't really make a big difference from one brand to the other.
These are pretty easy to use, to clean and to maintain as all you have to do is keep an eye on the water can and make sure it has enough water for your coffee and just place the capsule in its place and press the button or just put down the handle (depending on the model). Than the hot water will go through the coffee of the capsule right into our mug and eventually the process will finish by itself.
This is what Italians call "Mocha" and the machine is also very easy to use and the coffee is much tasteful and concentrated. What you need to do is fill up the bottom container with water, than place the coffee in the coffee compartment, which is a metallic element with little wholes in it. Than attach the two parts to each other and place on a heating machine. Some of them are electrical so in that case you will have to plug in the machine. When the water reaches the boiling temperature it goes up a metallic tube pushing the coffee too and that is how you get your coffee drink. Sometimes it comes out with a little nice foam, sometimes it doesn't, depending on the model.
These machines have a thermostatically boiler that needs t be filled up with water which will reach the max temperature of 80-90C. Than, the water will go through the coffee ground and push it out of the machine, giving you your espresso shot. Sometimes they include a steaming element so you can make cappuccinos or lattes.
These machines are just like the espresso ones, but in addition, they have a compartment for the coffee beans and added process of grinding the coffee beans.
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