Know how old your coffee is?

The KitchenAid 14-Cup Java Studio Stainless Coffee Maker keeps track of how long ago the coffee has been brewed. Featuring a "Time Since Brew" display, coffee drinkers are always kept aware of what they are drinking.

How long has that coffee been sitting there?
How long has that coffee been sitting there? KitchenAid

Coffee drinkers are a particular bunch; this is well known. However it's not all about whether they prefer a dark roast to a light roast or what temperature at which they like to have their coffee served. Other factors come in to play when it comes time to drink down the caffeinated elixir. (Assuming of course, that the choice of coffee is indeed caffeinated.) Brewing methods dominate a particularly large segment of the coffee drinker's preferences, but no matter which way the drink ends up in their hands, how old the coffee is always a factor.

For those who enjoy the convenience of a drip coffee maker, the KitchenAid 14-Cup Java Studio Stainless Coffee Maker provides an additional benefit. Featuring a "Time Since Brew" display, coffee drinkers are kept aware of exactly how long the coffee has been sitting in the pot. Additional favorites are incorporated into the machine, such as a gold-tone permanent coffee filter, a charcoal water filter and (most importantly for the impatient) the popular pause-and-pour system. While knowing how old the coffee is may or may not stop a coffee drinker from diving into the pot, at least they'll know what they are getting.

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    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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