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I have this coffee maker* . . . . stored in a cabinet. It's terrible. Consistently brews overly acid coffee, which means the grounds are under extracted.

*12-cup Savoy model with glass carafe
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For this price, I think it's worth trying
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You see the review on the Savoy where it caught a house on fire (amazon)?? fts! French Press!
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In 4 1 on Amazon with free Prime shipping. Going to return a Cuisinart we recently purchased on sale at Costco for $45. Krups is known for making delicious coffee using 180 degree water temp. Thanks OP, and repped.
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The turbo looks nice. I think I prefer insulated carafe though.
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Amazon reviews for this coffee maker are terrible. But it seems all coffee makers have their fair share of terrible reviews. I need a new coffee maker badly. How hard can it be to design one that is not a piece of garbage?
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You see the review on the Savoy where it caught a house on fire (amazon)?? fts! French Press!
Yes, but I think that's a fake review. Maybe his house was on fire, but it was due to faulty electricity.

The reviewer seemed happy his dog died also --- something doesn't seem right. And we all know here a coffee maker doesn't simply catch on fire. The government regulates electrical components and there are many safeguards in place.
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I have this coffee maker* . . . . stored in a cabinet. It's terrible. Consistently brews overly acid coffee, which means the grounds are under extracted.

*12-cup Savoy model with glass carafe
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I have this coffee maker* . . . . stored in a cabinet. It's terrible. Consistently brews overly acid coffee, which means the grounds are under extracted.

*12-cup Savoy model with glass carafe
What coffee maker do you recommend? Anyone else have a favorite coffee maker (brew style, not fresh grind)?
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What coffee maker do you recommend? Anyone else have a favorite coffee maker (brew style, not fresh grind)?
I've always used a Mr. Coffee (longevity is for s--t when it comes to these $20-$30 dollar makers) until someone really turned me onto the french press. Yeah, it's inconvenient time wise and the carafe doesn't produce 12 cups, but the flavor of those two (somewhat large) cups of coffee are just stellar once you learn how to make it the right way.
I do have a delongi for expresso but I stick to the french press. There's usually deals on them here so just put in an alert, if that's something you'd like to try.
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What coffee maker do you recommend? Anyone else have a favorite coffee maker (brew style, not fresh grind)?
You're not gonna' want to hear this, but pour-over is the way to go.
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French press if you don't mind spending 5 minutes. At least your coffee won't come into direct contact with cheap plastic parts.
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You see the review on the Savoy where it caught a house on fire (amazon)?? fts! French Press!
I prefer the American Press, AeroPress of course. Peace
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What coffee maker do you recommend? Anyone else have a favorite coffee maker (brew style, not fresh grind)?
I'm sold on AeroPress, but, and it's a big but, you "have" to grind your beans for each cup. It makes a superior tasting cup, and it's way faster than pour over since you steep as long or as short as you want, and then force hot water through the grounds. It only takes a minute to steep with finely ground coffee. Additionally, you can use a very fine grind and not have a gritty cup. Once you get familiar with it it's very easy to clean too, pop out the puck and do a quick rinse (easier than French Press). The only downside is it makes one cup at a time, but what a rich cup it makes. They just need to design a bigger one though. It can only make 8 ounces at a time. I sent an email to AeroPress asking them to do that.

French presses are good for making a large batch of tasty coffee, albeit a little gritty, but I can handle that. They are a pain to clean though. You can swirl some water around and chuck the grounds out on the lawn, but don't put them down the drain.

I was using a Melitta pour over in the 80's before people even heard of Melitta, but I just don't care of the time it takes.

If you don't care about coffee that much and need the ultimate in convenience buy a Keurig. Nespresso and their ilk are OK for expresso but way too expensive (and eventually stop working correctly). Refillable pods and capsules are a royal pain as far as I'm concerned.

Drip can be good. I've had good luck with Capresso, but Technivorm , OXO, Bonavita, and Zojirushi are all good brands. At the end of the day, if you really love coffee you have to freshly grind your beans. Sorry, but that's the only way to get a great aroma and taste. There are a lot of grinders that take the headache out of it. OXO grinders come to mind. I'm never getting rid of my Hobart/KitchenAid grinder. If you're retired, or have OCD you can buy them green and roast them for the full experience, but I find buying quality already roasted beans is good enough for me.
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