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also coffee maker  (kô′fē-mā′kər, kŏf′ē-)
An apparatus used to brew coffee.
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He was very excited to hear that the most expensive coffee makers in the world are coming to the Gulf region.
com, the renowned name in kitchen appliances reviews and kitchen decor has recently published their list of Top 15 Coffee Makers with Grinders for 2016.
Contract notice: Purchase and delivery of coffee makers and coffee machines to the municipal units.
Located at Sharaf DG's store in Times Square Centre, coffee lovers are able to get an in-depth look into the different types of coffees that can be made at home using De'Longhi's collection of coffee makers.
Fortunately, there are dozens of tabletop coffee makers, depending on one's budget, that can replicate the coffee-shop experience in the privacy of one's home.
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Summary: Keurig, a wholly owned subsidiary of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, manufactures single-brew coffee makers which have escalated in popularity over the past several years as .
The most basic coffee makers make at least a decent cup.
Typhoon (above) and Top Moka make colourful stovetop coffee makers
Scientists led by Javier Santos, a professor at the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Barcelona said in the journal <em>Food Chemistry</em> that higher concentrations of furans are found in espresso (43a[euro]146 nanograms per mililitre) than in coffee made in drip coffee makers, with normal coffee getting higher readings (20a[euro]78 ng/ml) than decaffeinated coffee (14a[euro]65 ng/ml).