A coffee to begin your day is synonymous in most households. What differs is the type of coffee maker you own.
When you buy a coffee maker look for the various types, and are you in the UK by the way? Then for UK machines see Galla Coffee.
A drip coffee maker is made up of two chambers. The top one with a filter for loading ground coffee and the bottom jug to collect the coffee once brewed.
This works on electricity. All you need to do is pour water in the top chamber on top of the coffee grounds and switch it on. Water gets heated and brews fresh coffee which is then collected at the bottom. As simple as that and it just takes a few minutes.
In some advanced versions, you also have a grinder attached where you can grind coffee beans as per your taste. This way your coffee grounds are also fresh and aromatic. For a drip-type machine, a medium grind powder will suit. This can be easily done when you have the grinder attached.
As soon as you wake up just add the required quantity of powder and water and switch it on. By the time you sit on your breakfast table, piping hot cuppa will be ready. No waiting, no need to monitor, etc.
The drip machines can prepare more coffee than the traditional variety of machines. At a time it can make about 12 cups. You also have a thermal carafe that keeps the brew hot enabling you to have coffee any time of the day. You don’t have to worry about coffee becoming cold if made in bulk.
Since these machines are fully automated, they are very easy to use. The buttons on them are self-explanatory and anybody can make coffee easily.
The drip machine takes some time in cleaning as more parts are involved. It should be done carefully because if any part gets damaged the machine may fail to work.