Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur or just someone who loves a good cup of java to start the day, the right coffee maker will be an invaluable asset to your kitchen. Let us show you the different types of coffee makers so you can find the one that’s right for you.
Traditional Coffee Makers
A traditional coffee maker brews a classic cup of Joe. They come in a variety of sizes, making up to 12 cups at a time, and some of them are programmable, so you can prep your pot the night before and wake up to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee.See Traditional Coffee Makers >
Single Serving Brewing System
Single-serve machines work with a variety of pods, widening your options and allowing you to customize each cup of coffee. Try a flavoured brew, a latte, cappuccino or espresso, all with one convenient click of a button. This is a time-efficient, grab-and-go option.See Single Serving Brewing Systems >
If you enjoy the ritual of making craft coffee in your own home, a specialty brewer that allows you to make old-school espresso is probably what you’re looking for. Some of these machines also include a milk frother, for lattes and cappuccinos.See Specialty Brewers >
Hot Water System
Hot water available for instant coffee, soup, tea, and hot cocoa.
Indicator for Water Refill
A light indicates when it's time to add water to your coffee maker.
A digital clock allows you to set a timer for your coffee or program an auto shut off.
Most coffee makers have pre-programmed functionalities for different coffees.
Charcoal and Gold Tone Water Filters
Charcoal and gold tone water filters remove impurities that can alter the taste of your beverages.
Non-stick Carafe Plate
A carafe plate ensures the coffee stays hot.
Dual Pot & Cup Brewing Option
Some coffee makers can brew coffee for a pot or just a single cup.
Brew Strength & Temperature Control
Optimal brewing temperature and brew strength selector lets you make the exact cup of coffee you want.
Some coffee makers have an automatic self-cleaning feature.
Bars of Pressure
The gauges on the front panel of an espresso machine display the pressure in the boiler and the pressure of the hot water.
A part in an espresso machine that steams milk for your cappuccinos and lattes.