Everyone likes coffee, and especially in the morning, a nice hot cup gives you the energy to get through the day. If some people make do with instant and soluble coffee, using a standard electric kettle, for those who are more demanding sooner or later the time comes when improvised solutions are no longer enough: if coffee is a ritual for you too, as an alternative to the traditional Moka pot the most logical choice is to buy an automatic coffee machine, to prepare it in no time and with no effort at all. But which coffee machine should you choose?
There are many different coffee machines on the market, and figuring out which is the bestone for your needs can be tricky; the choice has ultimately to do with your personal taste. Should you choose an espresso machine or a filter coffee machine? With a built-in bean grinder, or for use with ground coffee only? Do you usually use capsules or do you like cappuccino? In this case, having a milk frother that becomes essential. In short, the possibilities are many, and on Klarstein you will find a wide range of models designed to prepare coffee exactly your way, bringing out the best of the aromas and providing you moments of absolute pleasure while you sip your favourite drink. Visit our online shop, discover our range of coffee machines for sale, and don't forget to check also our coffee accessories page, to find useful items such as milk frothers, grinders, filters and replacement pots for our coffee machines.
Once you have decided on the type of coffee you want to prepare, it is up to you to choose the machine that best suits your needs. The best coffee machine is the one suiting your personality and, above all, your taste. These are the main types available on the market:
Each type of coffee machine, in addition to different results in terms of taste, differs in the way it is prepared and various other characteristics. In the table below, we provide you with some essential information on how coffee is prepared, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each category, to help you understand which solution best meets your needs.
The process of preparing coffee always involves grinding the beans and then boiling them in hot water to extract the flavour. What differentiates an espresso from filter coffee is the fineness of the grinding and the way the hot water mixes with the ground coffee (to grind it you need a coffee grinder, which your coffee machine often comes with), allowing you to make the most of the freshness of the beans. Here is a list of the different types of coffee.
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