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Single Serve Coffee Maker For The Single, Perfect Cup!

Updated on March 20, 2011

The Single Serve Coffee Maker Is Extremely Convenient

A single serve coffee maker is designed to brew a single serving, or 8 to 12 ounces, of coffee at one time. There's no need to worry about shutting your single serve coffee maker off as there is no warming tray. The single serve coffee maker is great for someone who likes to drink their coffee on the go: Just pour it into your travel mug and you're on your way to work.

A Single Serve Coffee Maker Is Affordable

Prices of single serve coffee makers vary greatly. If you want something that will last a long time, your best choice will be something in the mid-price range. The price factor is determined by the features, design and color of each machine, so make sure you know what you want.

Cuisinart Cup-O-Matic Single Serve Coffee Maker SS-1C
Cuisinart Cup-O-Matic Single Serve Coffee Maker SS-1C

A single serve coffee maker is pretty simple to use in comparison with a conventional coffee maker. There's no need to measure coffee grounds or deal with filters. Just insert a special coffee pod and the machine does the work for you, forcing hot water through the grounds for an instant mug of coffee.

Most single serve coffee makers heat the water as it passes through tubing within the machine. This makes it useful for many other purposes. You can use it to heat water for a mug of tea or hot chocolate. You can even heat water for instant soup.

Breville Single-Serve Coffee Maker
Breville Single-Serve Coffee Maker

Infinite Variety Of Single Serve Coffee Maker

There are many types of single serve coffee maker which function as a pod coffee maker, such as the Braun coffee maker and the Capresso coffee maker. The single serve coffee maker has gained significant popularity lately due to the fact that more and more people are discovering that the smaller capacity coffee makers such as the 1 cup coffee makerand the 4 cup coffee maker are great for busy workday schedules! Without resorting to wacky contraptions like the vacuum coffee maker you can have great coffee every time. And if you like it that much, you might want to stock up on your coffee wholesale!

There are many major name brands of pod single serve coffee maker available today such as the Senseo single serve coffee maker, Bunn single serve coffee maker, Krups single serve coffee maker, Melitta single serve coffee maker, and the Black and Decker single serve coffee maker. Some people are surprised when they first hear of a Black & Decker single serve coffee maker as they expect to find an electric drill!

The single serving coffee makers utilize single serve coffee maker pods to make just one relatively small cup at a time. The single serving coffee maker can be considered a single serve gourmet coffee maker, as the coffee it brews is very special indeed!

Bosch TKP3017 Gustino Coffee Maker
Bosch TKP3017 Gustino Coffee Maker

A Single Serve Coffee Maker Is For Specialized Tastes!

 A single serve coffee maker may not be ideal for everyone, especially for someone who likes to drink several cups of coffee during the day. This type of coffee maker limits the amount that is brewed at one time which can become a hassle for a big coffee drinker. However this can be beneficial if you're trying to cut back on caffeine.

Coffee pods for a single serve coffee maker come in so many different flavors that you're sure to find one that you really enjoy!

Review Of A Cuisinart SS-1 Cup-O-Matic Coffee Maker

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