Many way exist to create a single cup of coffee. You do it with French Press
unit. Pour over units, and even with drip-coffee makers if you measure the
ingredients correctly. However, when you want a quick single cup of great
coffee, those methods pale in comparison to the single serve coffee makers
that were designed for that singular purpose.
A single-serve coffee maker gives you the convenience of making one cup of
coffee at a time just the way you like it. Pop in your favorite coffee pod, press a
button or two, and you are ready to go. If you like the convenience and speed
of brewing coffee directly into your cup, you want the option of brewing
different types of coffee, or maybe your family or co-workers have particular
preferences for coffee, a single-serve coffee maker is for you. there is no
wasted coffee since you are brewing one portion at a time, and you are always
guaranteed a fresh and hot coffee right when you want it.
These days, the Keurig single-cup coffee maker is likely the best-known name
in the industry. But there are other machines that were designed for you to
use your own freshly ground coffee beans to make a single cup O’ Joe rather
than a pre-ground cup that is been getting stale on a supermarket shelf.
The big name in single-serve:
In addition to the Keurig company. Some of the top-notch products in the
single-serve category include Cuisinart-which can utilize any type of coffee pod
including Keurig’s – or Hamilton beach, which makes a dual-system coffee
maker that has two built-in options side-by-side. One of them makes a single 8-
ounce cup of coffee while the other side makes a full pot of coffee.
Some machine come with a design that drips the freshly brewed coffee directly
into an insulated 12-ounce coffee cup with a lid. The cup is designed to travel-
to perhaps take in your car or maybe in the backyard while you trim the
The price range for single-serve coffee makers runs from about $30 to $250.
Dependent upon various features, warranties, brand names etc. overall, the
single-serve coffee maker is a great gadget for people who live alone, or for
coffee lovers who may opt for a quick afternoon cup of fresh decaf without the
time required to make a single cup’s worth of coffee using a machine built to
make a full pot of coffee. Features ofsingle-server brewer:
• Water reservoir consider how often you brew coffee. For two or more
servings per day. You would benefit from a large water reservoir which
means less refilling. When it comes to refilling, some water reservoirs
are removable and have handles that make it easy to refill and clean,
while others are permanently attached to the coffee maker. Others lack
a water reservoir altogether and require you to measure and add the
amount of coffee you want to brew each time.• Brewing options while some single serve coffee makers brew only one
size of a cup, some models provide more brewing options from single
espresso shot to 16 ounces with choices ranging from basic to fancy.
• Speed one advantage of single-serve coffee makers is getting a cup of
coffee quickly. Some models have a powerful heating mechanism that
can boil water and brew coffee in about one minute. Others require you
to heat and pour your own water over the ground coffee.