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We all have one and, over the life of our kitchens, probably tried many more. The drip coffee brewers that call our countertops home have become one of the most essential parts of our family gathering spaces. And while the brewers we find at local department stores certainly do the job of passing water through coffee grounds to make brewed coffee, technology has given us the ability to mak…
Functional and totally travel-proof, the Aeropress is a speedy way to make coffee—take the time required to boil water, add 60 seconds, and you've got a cup of coffee that's thick, rich, but never gritty. Some of the coffee fanatics on our staff travel with this and a hand grinder to guarantee that they've got perfect coffee in the mountains of Peru, in a beach cottage, or wherever…
Refashioned from a German scientist's laboratory, the Chemex brewer perfectly marries Mid-Century Mod sensibilities with sound science. The resulting cup is clean and bright, and it is easily adapted to brewing for a solo cup or a brunch with friends.
A refined piece of statuary, or a handy brewing device—the Hario V60 can pass for either. Ideal for brewing a single cup of delicious perfection, this brew method brings the coffee to the foreground, clean, bright, and aromatic.
A classic suggesting romance, bistros, and Sunday mornings. The French Press is also a highly practical way to brew a robust mug of coffee for one or a crowd. The resulting cup is thick, full-bodied, and maybe even a little sludgy.
Most shortcuts sacrifice quality; the toddy maker is one option that may just let you have your cake and eat it too. With just a little foresight, you can have delicious coffee concentrate ready to mix up hot or cold coffee drinks at a moment's notice. Better still, this brew method yields an ultra-smooth cup that's even friendly to sensitive stomaches.