Wake Up And Smell The Coffee
Do you start your day with a heady cup of coffee? It may be the perfect time to gift yourself the perfect coffee maker!
It was discovered in the Highlands of Ethiopia in the 9th century. Since then, coffee has become he favourite brew of choice foe many of us. While it’s true that today you can easily grab a cup from coffee joints and kopitiams, why not concoct your unique blend effortlessly with these easy-to-use yet stylist coffee machines?
Bosch espresso Machine and Coffee Maker TCC78K750A
Espresso, coffee, cappuccino, latte, café mocha – whatever your passion, this built-in gourment coffee machine from Bosch gets it right. Its revolutionary brewing technology extracts more flavours from the coffee for a tastier sip. The sophisticated on –screen display lets you choose from a wide range of options, and you get to make your coffee just the way you like it – you can adjust the grinding, strength, temperature and cup size. Plus it auto cleans itself!
Cuisinart Coffee on Demand Coffeemaker DCC-2000
Wake up to a fresh cup of coffee that’s already brewed and ready for you, thanks to Cuisinart’s hassle-free 24-hour advance brew start. The double-wall reservoir holds up to 12 cups of coffee – and the easy-to-read Coffee Gauge on the front counts down the cups remaining. It also features a programmable auto shut-off for a worry-free day.
Electrolux Eloisa Coffee Maker ECM3130
If you like having some friends over for breakfast, this stylist coffee maker can brew up to 15 cups of coffee. Featuring an anti-drip system and removable filter-holder, this compact little machine weighs only 1.7kg.
DeLonghi Drip Coffee Machine ICM65T
The heady smell of coffee is an important as its taste. Knowing this, DeLonghi has included an aroma button which activates the brewing process to enhance the flavour and aroma of coffee according to your taste.
TIPS FOR TASTING COFFEE
SMELL IT FIRST – Much of our sense of taste is created through the nose, not the mouth. The tongue is only capable of distinguishing four tastes; salty, sweet, bitter and sour. The nose however, can detect thousands of subtleties. So when tasting coffee, smell first.
SLURPING MAKER SENSE- By slurping coffee, you spray it across your palate, enabling its subtle aroma and flavours to reach your nose.
FEEL WITH YOUR MOUTH- As you taste coffee, think about where on your tongue you are experiencing the flavours. Does the coffee hit you on the tips and side of your tongue? How dose it feel in your mouth? What is the weight of coffee on your tongue?