When covering Amazon Prime Day, there are a few things you need, and on top of the list is coffee. Few things in life are better than the smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning (or three in the morning ET). We love coffee here at WIRED. We wrote about it robot coffeeAnd the bean millsAnd the Portable espresso makers, even in bumpy, rough, tough French contemporaryAnd frankly, the The list is endless. The good news? Many of our favorite coffee gadgets and accessories are on sale Amazon Prime DayAnd we rounded them up.
Be sure to read A guide to making better coffee at home Before preparing the first cup. You can have the most luxurious machine in the world, but the most important thing you can do is use fresh beans. If you don’t yet have a local place to pick up fresh beans, we have a roundup of our favorite foods المفضلة Coffee subscription services It can deliver freshly roasted coffee right to your door. We have listed one of these subscription services below.
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If you are on your way
Clip the coupon on the page to see the discount at checkout. Do you prefer light coffee to strong drinks? This is the Best portable coffee maker for this task. It is a vacuum pressure fermentation machine. Simply fill the chamber with coffee and the insulated jug with water, drop the chamber into the water and wait until it settles to the bottom. When the air bubbles are gone, rotate the brewing mechanism, and you’ll find fresh coffee sitting at the bottom, which doubles as a cup. This The video gives you a good idea How it works.
Here is another Fantastic portable coffee makerEspecially if you prefer to use a French press. This is the lightest and simplest of all the French presses tested by reviewer Scott Gilbertson, and produces the least amount of sediment so it doesn’t leave a gritty aftertaste. It’s double-walled and vacuum insulated, so it’ll keep your drinks hot or cold for a few hours.
The wide mouth of this 16 ounce travel mug allows you to enjoy the look and aroma of your coffee as you drink. The inside is covered with ceramic, so you don’t have to deal with this metallic aftertaste, and the matte exterior holds up well. It is leak-proof, although it may not fit most car cup holders. The 8-ounce version too On sale for $22 ($6 off).
If you are at home
This device is on the worktop (9/10, WIRED RECOMMEND) can be up to eight cups of coffee. Add water to the top, your coffee to the basket, and it will flow straight into the jug. It will brew at the right temperature for the right amount of time, and if you only want to make one cup, there’s a drip attachment that does the job.
If you want precision
It’s not the most portable espresso maker (it’s heavy, too), but it has produced some of the best extractions ever. Portable espresso makers We tested. It’s easy to use – just follow the instructions In this video From the company – easy to clean and allows a great deal of experimentation.
The process of brewing an excellent cup of coffee depends on precision. You need to get to the right water temperature, size, bean quality, grind size and granule weight. The Oxo grinder pays attention to the last two points because it has a built-in scale. Set the grind size, choose the weight, and that’s it. It will turn off when finished. There’s a reason it’s in a file Best coffee grinder review.
Do you already have a mill? A standard kitchen scale like this one will work. It’s waterproof, and the four high-accuracy load sensors are accurate in 0.1-ounce increments. They can weigh anything between 0.1 ounces to 22 pounds.
If you like cold drink
Do you prefer your coffee cold? this is our Favorite cold drink coffee maker. Makes about 32 ounces of coffee in one go. All you have to do is put coarse granules into the basket and slowly pour water through them. Then leave it at room temperature or in the fridge for 24 hours, and that’s it. Wired Reviews Director Jeffrey Van Kamp says the resulting coffee is “smooth and flavorful without much bitterness” or sediment.
Preparing the cold brew by means of a French press often does not produce good results, as Jeffrey Van Kamp discovered. But it turns out that Secura was Perfect fit for thisRich flavour. It may still be bitter and gritty, so the primula above is the way to go for the best cold brew results, but Secura is still a great choice if you want to make a hot French coffee. And the Cold brew.
If you need speed
This Keurig availability is choppy at Amazon, but that’s how it is Also at Target for $170 ($20 off). Keurigs have earned a bad reputation in the coffee world, but not without good reason. Single-use K-Cups are bad for the environment, and the coffee itself usually doesn’t taste good. But it is easy to use and fast. We really like K-Café (8/10, WIRED RECOMMEND), which still takes K-Cups, but the built-in automatic milk frother makes it very easy to make Latte or cappuccino.
This compact machine is the only one on this roundup that we haven’t tested, but the low price is too baffling to include. Plus it looks beautiful! Hop on a K-Cup and he’ll be releasing a 6- or 12-ounce cup in no time.
If you want a Keurig option that can also make iced coffee, give a try K-Elite, on sale for $130 ($40 off) at Target.
If you just need better pills
One of the first steps you should take when upgrading your coffee game is to use fresh coffee beans. You can search for local roasters, or use Coffee subscription service To have fresh roasted beans at your doorstep. Trade is our favorite service because of its huge variety: it brings you coffee beans from small roasters across the United States. You can fill out a questionnaire to find the right type of bean, it also offers decaffeinated. This offer isn’t new, but you get 30 percent off your first bag. Subscription typically costs $12 for a 12-ounce bag per month.
retailer sale pages
If you’d like to check out more deals for yourself, here are some links to sales going on this week.
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