If you're looking for a versatile one-cup coffee maker, the Capresso Coffee a la Carte might fit the bill. It offers you the ability to brew a single cup of tea, single cup of coffee or a whole pot of coffee, with programmable water dosages for the single cup versions.
Watch as Gail walks us through their features and then demonstrates each of the brew options.
A variation on their direct-to-airpot brewer, the D500, Curtis' D60 gives you the tools you need to deliver coffee like Flo down at the greasy spoon! The only difference is that your coffee is going to taste much more amazing because you made it using Curtis' excellent brew technology.
Watch Gail walk through the programming interface and functionality, then we make a pot of coffee, sit back and gossip with the best of them.
Here's the story: Your cafe's swingin' into high gear and while you want to serve up delicious, fresh, hot drip coffee, you don't have time to pour out each cup. So why not brew directly into an airpot, put it out on the counter and have your customers serve themselves? The D500GT by Curtis allows you to do just that.
Watch as Gail goes through the features, interface and programming of this easy-to-use commercial coffee brewer, then demonstrates making a batch directly into an airpot.
One of the most venerable names in the coffee business, illy is credited with creating the machine that eventually led to the espresso machines we know and love today. They've also been roasting coffee in Trieste, Italy, for a heckuva long time, mostly focused on their tried-and-true blends for espresso, drip and stovetop coffee.
They recently released a series of single origin beans, however, and so we wanted to see how they measured up! Check out this review and tasting video featuring their Ethiopian, Brazilian and Guatemalan offerings.
When we saw this gorgeous, candy-apple red version of our much loved Technivorm, we couldn't wait to bring in a few for the holiday season! Functionally identical to the polished silver KBG741, this eye catching Technivorm is a saucy little homage to both form and function.
Watch Gail talk to us about specs and then brew up a batch o' java for our enjoyment.
Designed for busy cafes, large office kitchens or just seriously addicted coffee lovers, Curtis' G4 TP15T Twin ThermoPro Brewer is a serious piece of kit.
Featuring programmable brew options, an intuitive touchscreen interface and dual, large capacity thermal dispensers, this is the coffee maker you need if you're looking to sling large amounts of java in a short period of time.
Watch Gail take us through the features and specs, then brew up up pot for us to sample the brew. Delish!
During Seattle's edition of Coffee Fest, we were lucky enough to meet with Brant Curtis, who showed us the ins and outs of their new single cup brewer, the G4 CGC. Designed for gourmet brewing tailored to your roaster's specifications, this coffee maker enables you to brew delicious drip coffee on demand -- an excellent option for businesses that don't want to brew up a full pot.
Watch as Brant leads us through the features and specs, then demonstrates functionality by brewing a cup for Gail to enjoy.
When Breville's YouBrew was first released, we weren't in love with the grinding functionality. Of course, we're crazy when it comes to high concentrations of coffee particles suspended in our water, so a ton of people loved its grind and brew functionality without issue. With the recent release of their glass carafe version, Breville has tweaked the grinder and improved the consistency and dosage functionality to produce a stronger cup. So, of course, we had to put it to the taste test!
In this video, we brew up batches of java on the Technivorm and on the YouBrew, then ask our trusty crewmates to taste them and give us their opinion on which they prefer. Find out which coffee maker -- if any -- prevailed!
We love innovations in the coffee makin' world, so when Joe Behm talked to us about his new Brazen coffee maker, we were super excited to test this baby out against our tried and true: The Technivorm!
Watch as Gail brews up batches on these two coffee makers, then our trusty crew mates give us their opinion on which they prefer. One thing's for sure: Yummy coffee was definitely had by all.
Brewing one delicious cup of coffee at a time is all the rage today, and Jura's Ena Micro 1 is their take on the best way to produce a single cup of gourmet java at home.
Watch as Gail talks to us about the Micro 1's features and functionality, how it differs from other models that Jura produces and then demonstrates a looooooooong coffee, pulled directly into her to-go cup. Awesome and delectable!