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Control how you brew

Make gourmet java for less

No frills but all good

A fresh twist on siphon brewing

Coffee and caviar dreams

Wildly colored but boasts serious brewing ability

Meet the moca king

Those who enjoy tweaking as much of the coffee-brewing process as possible should take a hard look at the Behmore Brazen Plus. It features controls for water temperature, length of pre-infusion time, and even altitude.

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Pint-sized yet still an extremely capable drip brewer, the $190 Bonavita BV1900TS makes gourmet coffee for less than its more luxurious rivals.

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Don't be fooled by this big plastic coffeemaker. It may not win any awards for looks, but the Bunn Velocity Brew BT makes up for it by brewing delicious pots of coffee incredibly fast.

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KitchenAid's $250 Siphon Brewer offers a new twist on the old siphon brewing method, namely electricity and automatic operation.

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At almost $600 it's a good thing the Ratio Eight is not only beautifully crafted, it makes very good coffee too.

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Branded with the legendary Moccamaster name, the KBG 741 AO isn't quite the brewer as Technivorm's classic model. That said it creates a quality drink, and sports eye-catching colors.

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As far as premium drip brewers go, the $299 Technivorm Moccamaster KBT-741 has it all. Sure it's expensive but it robotically makes pots of scrumptious coffee with hand-built, imported style.

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