Kitchenaid Coffee Maker
The Kitchenaid coffee maker is an essential item in the house for all true lovers of quality coffee.
Kick instant coffee into the bin. You just cannot even compare a cup of instant coffee to the quality coffee that you get when you use a Kitchenaid coffee maker. Of course the end result is all down to the coffee beans you favor, but with the Kitchenaid at your side, you can rest assured that no matter what quality or brand of coffee beans you buy, you won’t get a better brew than with your Kitchenaid coffee maker.
As a company, Kitchenware was started up way back in 1908 by a guy named Herbert Johnson, and the first product that they launched for the American public was an 80 quart bread dough mixing machine. This was to be Kitchenaid’s sole product until the 1990s, and during that time Kitchenaid developed a well respected reputation for supplying quality products. A Kitchenaid mixer was on the wish list for millions of American housewives across the country. But in the 1990s Kitchenaid developed their by now well renowned Kitchenaid coffee maker among several other items of Kitchenware.
True to the company’s principles, the Kitchenaid coffee maker was a top quality product and gained steady recognition, (along with the coffee grinders that they launched at the same time), to become one of the most highly rated, and desired coffee making machines on the market.
Coffee making is an art. Don’t let anybody fool you, not just anybody can make a good cup of coffee. Instant, yes, proper coffee; certainly not. However with a Kitchenaid coffee maker by your side you stand a heck of a good chance.
The Kitchenaid coffee maker today, comes in many guises. There are various models which include: Proline coffee makers, Proline espresso coffee machines, Jave studio coffee makers, and ten cup coffee makers.
Just be a little bit careful about how much caffeine you take in. Caffeine is well known for its stimulant effect; great for keeping your awake when you need to be, but not so good if you need to get to sleep. You can of course buy decaffeinated coffee beans although coffee aficionados will tell you (and rightly so), that they don’t taste as good, even if you use them in you Kitchenaid coffee maker.
But there may be some good new on the way. Back in 2004, a variety of Ethiopian Coffee Arabica was discovered that is 100% caffeine free. It is the process of decaffeination that make the “decaff” taste different. Scientists are working on cross breeding this coffee plant with other types of coffee plant to produce a naturally caffeine free coffee bean. (The Ethiopian caffeine free doesn’t make great tasting coffee on its own). This research was due to take up to five years to complete, so any day now you may be able to grind a new type of naturally caffeine free coffee bean for putting into your Kitchenaid coffee maker to get a great tasting cup of coffee. Every coffee maker’s dream. Drink as much coffee as you like without the fear of caffeine overdose.