Coffee Making Equipment

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Coffee Making Equipment

Postby snurky » 22 Feb 2010, 05:37

Which coffee maker do you prefer? We used a cafetier for ages than bought a drip filter machine and it makes really good coffee. It's a lot easier than the cafetier as you just fill it with water and filter coffee and leave it. It will keep the coffee warm for a couple of hours too and you can even program it to have coffee ready when you wake up in the morning! :d
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Re: Coffee Making Equipment

Postby caffeine82 » 23 Feb 2010, 01:05

That's cool! I should acquire something like that too since my coffee maker is getting really old...
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Re: Coffee Making Equipment

Postby ginga » 23 Feb 2010, 01:10

I know what I want! I want this:

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Re: Coffee Making Equipment

Postby paulina12 » 25 Feb 2010, 03:03

What a device! Something that would definitely ineterest Steven Spielberg or James Cameron ;)
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Re: Coffee Making Equipment

Postby LoriL » 03 Mar 2010, 16:49

Wow, that looks pretty cool! :ymblushing: I love our Senseo pot, you can make 1 cup of piping hot coffee and it's delicious. It's quick too but the only downside is the pods are pretty expensive.
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Re: Coffee Making Equipment

Postby Nicky » 04 Mar 2010, 00:45

ginga what is this???

UFOcoffee ???
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Re: Coffee Making Equipment

Postby maria » 05 Mar 2010, 02:31

it's something I have never seen before and will hardly see in future but that's an art which should be showed somewhere in museums where people and their offsprings could look at the beauty and admire the art of craftsmen who created this wonderful thing. +%1000 :-)
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