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For $100 the DeLonghi EC155 Pump Espresso serves up tasty cafe specialties from the kitchen. But its quality is erratic enough to put off aficionados.
For a modest $140, the Ninja Coffee Bar serves great-tasting coffee in multiple brewing styles and in a range of different sizes.
The $580 Ratio Eight drip brewer is extremely easy on the eyes and makes superb coffee, but it's much too expensive.
This scaled-down coffeemaker from Bonavita makes small five-cup batches of coffee -- but not particularly well.
The Zojirushi Fresh Brew's impressive thermal carafe keeps coffee nice and hot for hours but the java it whips up is too bitter to enjoy.
Priced at $250, the KitchenAid Siphon Brewer makes a heady cup of coffee but is finicky to use and clean.
In light of Keurig's recent DRM reversal, we decided to revisit all of our single-serve coffee coverage to see which models have reusable My K-Cup-style coffee filters.
Ikawa's Home Coffee Roaster is designed to dish out a micro dose of brew-ready beans in minutes flat.
Snap in a pod and push a button. Each of these machines offers a simple mechanic for coffee on the run. All master quick delivery, but which ones can deliver the flavor?
Keurig brings its new K200 coffeemaker to the table complete with splashy, foodie colors.