For coffee lovers, there are few things more appealing than being met in early a.m. hours by a perfectly brewed pot of coffee. That first cup sets mood for your entire day, doesn't it? If it's brewed up right, you'll feel that extra zing in your step from morning till night. However, if that first cup is too strong or too weak, too hot or not hot enough, you quickly find yourself spiraling into a first-class coffee crisis.
So, how do you avoid a coffee catastrophe? It's simple, buy best coffee maker on market made especially for your coffee-drinking needs! Sounds simple enough, right? But, who makes best coffee maker today? In other words, who is All-Time Champion of Coffee Makers?
Ladies and gentlemen, we'd like to welcome you to our title bout of day where two mighty coffee making titans - Mr. Coffee and Bunn-o-Matic - will meet in kitchen to crown undisputed coffee making champion of world.
Introducing The Coffee Maker Contenders
In green corner, we have Mr. Coffee - long-recognized as undisputed champion of home coffee makers. Affordable with many models to choose from, Mr. Coffee currently has over a dozen models on market retailing from between $24.99 to $89.99. With makers serving up between one and twelve cups, he'll be hard to beat. In fact, Mr. Coffee is in great shape with an amazing array of features and settings, including single serve, speed brew, switch, programmable, and thermal models.
In red corner, we have Bunn-o-Matic - king of commercial coffee making market. Found in restaurants and chosen by baristas around world, Bunn-o-Matic is known for his professional-grade machines. With a limited variety (e.g., currently seven models, with one single serve and 6-10 cup models), judges will need to pay close attention to details to see what kind of punch Bunn-o-Matic packs. One thing is for sure: with a starting price of $89.95, Bunn-o-Matic definitely tips scales as a higher-priced option for home consumers.
For those of you who are new to clash of coffee makers, here's what judges will be looking for during brew-off:
Cup size How many cups can your coffee maker cook up (say that five times fast)? Most brands today have single-serve and multiple cup models, with 10-12 cups being upper limit for most home coffee makers.