August 31, 2013

Coffee Your Way

Coffee can be very personal – you want it just so and you want it the same way each and every day. Surprisingly, isn’t all that easy to consistently craft a great cup of coffee each and every time because there are so many variables involved in making good coffee. With an on demand coffee maker that uses K-Cup® Decaffeinated Coffee inserts you can control all of the variables – the result is great coffee, guaranteed.

Proportion of water to coffee

To make good coffee the coffee must be fresh and the grind must be suited for the brewing methodology. The proportion of water to coffee is critical; this is where it is most difficult to get it right on a regular basis. The final component is the water – it must be cold and the water should be a top quality tap, bottled or filtered water to ensure the best results. Getting all of this right every time is a lot to ask but with an on demand brewing system all of the hard work is done for you – your biggest challenge will be to decide what type of coffee you would like to drink.

Old miniature coffee pots

A one cup on demand coffee maker brews one cup of coffee at a time but the water reservoir can hold anywhere from one to 12 cups of water. These machines should not be confused with the old miniature coffee pots folks used to use in the office, in fact on demand brewing systems don’t even have a coffee pot – instead they brew the coffee one cup at a time into a cup, glass or mug. The machines use coffee pods which are available in both regular and decaffeinated versions in a variety of flavors, roasts and blends.

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