What are the 10 best coffee makers of 2009? The 10 top coffee makers of 2009 are (in no particular order):
1. Keurig B30 Mini
2. Keurig B40
3. Keurig B60
4. Keurig B70
5. Nespresso C100T
6. Aeropress Single Serve Coffee Maker
7. Bosch T45 Tassimo Suprema
8. Hamilton Beach Brew Station
9. Bosch T65 Tassimo Suprema
10. Breville BKC600XL Gourmet K Cup Brewer
Do you know what these coffee makers have in common? Apart from the Hamilton Beach Brew Station, 9 out of the 10 best coffee makers of 2009 are single serve coffee makers.
This is truly a testament to how the single serve coffee maker has become the most popular among all the types of coffee makers available in the market today.
More and more people are jumping on the single serve bandwagon nowadays. In the past, we’ve been severely limited in our choices of coffee makers. Whenever we want to enjoy a cup of coffee, we have no choice but to brew a whole pot of coffee, which is quite frankly, very excessive and wasteful.
Coffee maker companies started to take notice of this and have begun designing what is today called the single serve coffee maker, or a coffee maker that is designed to brew a single cup of coffee at a time.
And this is the main advantage of the single serve coffee maker --- brewing a singlecup of coffee at a time, which requires less time and effort to make compared to multi-cup coffee makers.
There is absolutely no risk of having an excess amount of coffee, and if you happen to want more, you can brew another cup in a relatively short amount of time with little to no effort. In other words, with a single serve coffee maker, you always end up with enough coffee that you can actually finish in one sitting.
Furthermore, most of the single serve coffee makers listed in the 10 Best Coffee Makers of 2009, make use of a revolutionary system which makes the brewing process easier than the traditional method.
This revolutionary system makes use of coffee pods or its other variants (K Cups and T Discs), which are basically small packs of pre-measured coffee grounds that come with their own coffee filter.
If you’re familiar with some DeLonghi coffee makers and espresso coffee machines that make use of E.S.E. (Easy Serving Espresso) pods, the concept is very similar.
Simply insert the coffee pod, K Cup, or T Disc into its respective coffee maker, brew your cup of coffee, and then simply discard of the used coffee pod after brewing. There is no longer any need to grind your own coffee grounds, and there is virtually no clean up involved after brewing.
In addition, coffee pods come in many varieties with each one containing a unique blend roasted by world-renowned coffee roasters, such as Douwe Egberts, Folgers, and Melitta, among others.
In fact, K Cups come in over a hundred varieties; therefore, you can get to enjoy a different coffee experience with every cup.
Ease of usage, quick brewing time, and unparalleled convenience --- these characteristics make single cup coffee makers very popular among millions of coffee lovers around the world.
Now, can you see why 9 out 10 Best Coffee Makers of 2009 are single serve coffee brewers?