COFFEE MADE SIMPLE

Guides, Reviews and Tips to enjoy a great Home Made Coffee Experience

Type of Coffee Brews

There’s no perfect, right method. All these brews are — and will stay — part of coffee culture because each person likes something different. Each of these brews brings out something different from coffee grounds.

Espresso

Espresso is made from pressure-brewing finely ground coffee beans. It is usually served in a pre-heated demitasse cups, white small cups that can hold 2 - 4 ounces of liquid.

Drip Filter Coffee

This is one of the oldest, classic ways of coffee brewing. You’re probably used to it since many households have been using it for years. You can place any type or flavour coffee in one of the machines, so you can always make exactly what your taste buds desire. 

Stovetop Brewing

On the stove top you’ll add water and coffee grounds together. After boiling and stepping you can then filter it when pouring it into your cups. A Moka pot uses a similar process but will filter the coffee. In both cases, what you’ll be left with is flavourful coffee and because it’s easy to make it’s accessible to all coffee lovers.

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SoloEspresso Reviews

There are many types of Coffee Brews ​and each one comes with its own dedicated equipment.
The best advice we can give you is: 
"Get to know what you buy before you buy it!"

Best Espresso Machine

Figuring out which one is the best espresso machine for your needs is a huge step toward a great espresso experience. In this section we have reviewed all the different types of espresso machines to provide you an overall understanding on what is available on the market.

Best Drip Coffee Maker

Drip coffee makers are a mix of versatility and programming features. You can set the machine before going to sleep and wake up with a fresh cup of coffee. Check out this review section to pick the best drip coffee maker for you and your family

Best Single Serve Coffee Maker

Single serve coffee makers simply produce enough coffee just for one cup at a time. They are smaller in size, fairly simple to use and come with a number of benefits. If you want to go for the easy way just find out the best single serve coffee maker for you.