Coffee is a specific indulgence. It should be no surprise that we have evolved into a society that requires a menu board for coffee drinks. What was once a simple equation with sugar and milk being the only variables has transformed into a gigantic industry where consumers have options galore. Whether you get your caffeine fix from a cappuccino or a latte, chances are you like said coffee exactly the same, every time. While cream, soy milk, sugar and the like may be the first considerations to any cup of coffee, temperature also plays a large role.
The Technivorm Moccamaster Coffeemaker brews coffee at what is said to be the ideal temperature of 200 degrees. But don't just take my word for it, this coffeemaker is certified by the European Coffee Brewing Centre and the Specialty Coffee Association of America and Europe. Once brewed, you're going to need a way to store that coffee; a stainless-steel vacuum thermal carafe keeps your coffee nice and hot. Perhaps best of all, the coffeemaker uses an independent energy-efficient heat exchanger that allows for 10 cups to be brewed in 5-6 minutes.
The coffeemaker features a durable chrome exterior and a clear water reservoir. This distinctive styling supports a modern sensibility that would look good in any kitchen. For the drip coffee enthusiast who places temperature high on the list of coffee variables, this coffeemaker might just hit the spot.