The drip coffee maker is the most popular and easiest device for making black coffee, but it doesn’t brew the best-tasting coffee.
If coffee is just a drink to help you wake up in the morning and you do not pay attention to the taste, then a drip coffee maker will be the easiest and most familiar option.
We have researched several drip coffee maker models for you that can still produce good cup of coffee.
Grind size: Coarse
Coffee to water ratio: 1:15. The dosage is determined by the standard rule 60 grams (2 oz) of coffee grounds per liter of water (30 fl oz). For example, to prepare 500 ml (15 fl oz) of coffee, you will need 30 grams (1 oz) of ground coffee.
P.S. Technology is rapidly developing. Our biggest find has been pour-over coffee makers. This is exactly the event we have been waiting for, because they can become a complete replacement for the usual drip coffee makers. They even look the same. But they make a higher-class drink than any drip coffee maker models.
Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System
You want something really cool? Then this Ninja best drip coffee maker is for you.
Its functionality is superior to standard drip coffee makers. It makes many different kinds of coffee, including black coffee and iced coffee. It can also brew tea and other herbal infusions.
Additionally, you can adjust the size of the drink from a small cup to a large jug. In total, the Ninja drip coffee maker provides 6 possible brewing sizes.
This coffee maker is very easy to use. The controls are intuitive and all necessary buttons are on the front panel. The Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System is the best coffee maker for your home.
Mr. Coffee 4-Cup Drip Coffee Maker
Is your budget limited? Then take a look at the Mr. Coffee 4 Cup Coffee Maker with glass carafe.
This is the classic drip coffee maker you’re used to seeing. To use it, you don’t need to have any specialized coffee knowledge. Just pour in coffee grounds and fill the water reservoir, and turn the coffee maker on. You’ll get a standard black coffee.
But the coffee maker does have some useful features like the Grab-A-Cup function. If you need coffee right now, you don’t have to wait for the coffee maker to finish brewing a whole pot. If you grab the carafe to pour a cup of coffee, the brewing process will stop until you replace the carafe.
The drip coffee maker only makes 4 cups of coffee at a time. This is not as much as the other models, but it has its advantages too: the Mr. Coffee coffee maker doesn’t take up much space, so you can easily fit it in your kitchen or office.
Cuisinart DCC-3200P1 Perfectemp Programmable Drip Coffee Maker
Programmable drip coffee makers have more flexible settings for coffee preparation.
Imagine this: you wake up, go to the kitchen, and your drip coffee maker has already brewed you a coffee. With the Cuisinart Perfectemp Coffee Maker, this imagination becomes reality. The coffee machine allows you to program the coffee brewing time up to 24 hours before you need it.
You can also set the programmable coffee maker to prepare between 1 and 4 cups of coffee. And you can see the coffee thanks to the glass carafe. This is convenient because other drip coffee makers always prepare several cups of coffee at once.
There is a light indicator that tells you when you need to clean the coffee maker. Even better, there is a self-cleaning function.
As for the coffee itself, you also have the option of adjusting how strong it will be.
Automatic Pour Over Coffee Makers
The main problem with the drip coffee method is that you have little control over the coffee preparation process.
So, what’s the difference between a drip coffee maker & an automatic pour-over coffee machine?
The pour-over method allows you to control the temperature of the water, the rate at which it flows through the ground coffee, the extraction time, and the strength.
Coffee lovers prefer this method because it allows them to control the taste, texture, temperature, and strength of the drink.
Automatic pour-over machines perfectly reproduce the manual pour-over method and require almost no effort on your part.
Grind size: Medium-Coarse, Medium
Coffee to water ratio: 1:17 for regular, 1:15 for strong
Breville BDC450 Precision Brewer Coffee Maker
This really is a discovery in the modern coffee-brewing world. James Hoffmann (World Barista Champion 2007) has been using this coffee maker for over two years and loves it.