Adding another appliance to your kitchen can be such a bother if you can’t find enough space for everything that is already there. This is why under the counter coffee makers have become so popular. These coffee makers are screwed beneath your cabinet, saving space and still being within reach and easily manageable all the time.
Some under the counter coffee makers let you tap the coffee directly into a cup without removing the carafe or interrupting the brewing cycle of the coffee. Of course, you can pour your coffee conventionally from the carafe too.
Coffee All The Same
Coffee makers for under the counter have all the features of any regular coffee maker, with the added benefit of saving you surface area under your cabinets. These appliances just hang from your cabinet, and have digital clocks, attractive carafes, removable water reservoirs and automatic shut down options, just like any regular coffee maker. Most of them come with alarms to alert you when the coffee is done, and you get from plastic to stainless steel carafes with black rims for serving with style!
It is a common worry that under the counter coffee makers will make tasteless or bad tasting coffee. It is true that under the counter coffee makers did not make coffee up to the mark of regular drip brewers, but it is no longer the case. Coffee makers for under the counter now come with separate chambers for heating water, vacuum pots, and filters that ensure that your coffee tastes as good as coffee made from the best coffee makers. You have to no longer be embarrassed by serving your guests coffee that speaks of low economy. What is more, the attractive carafes that come with these makers save you the effort of washing a coffee pot.
Save Money Along with Space
Coffee makers for under the counter have become relatively cheaper in the recent years. You can get these makers for as low as $30. If you want better quality makers, there are several under the counter coffee makers that are priced over $1000. Most under the counter coffee makers can make up to 10 cups of freshly brewed coffee at a time. These makers take the usual 5 to 10 minutes to brew your coffee.
If you do a little market research, you can get great coffee makers for under the counter that keep your coffee hot for hours and come with indicators that show you how many cups are brewing at any given point. The filters for such under the counter coffee makers are easily removable. Not only this, these coffee makers come in a large range of sizes to let you choose the correct size for your kitchen.