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Hey Daniel! It’s hard to answer this question because it largely depends on what kind of coffee brewing method you prefer and what type of coffee you like. Some people love the process of manual brewing and say that V60 or Chemex is the best brewer that will produce a delicious cup of coffee. Lots of other coffee drinkers prefer the convenience and swear by their Nespresso machine as their best morning companion. If you like drinking espressos and want to start whipping up lattes, you might want to look at some Breville espresso machines. But when it comes to most people, an automatic drip machine presents the perfect balance between convenience and taste. Some of the most popular drip brewers include the Ninja Coffee Maker, Braun Brew Sense, Technivorm Moccamaster, Breville Precision brewer, and Bonavita Connoisseur. Every machine has its pros and cons and it’s important to do your research before you invest. For example, while some people report the problem that Bonavita keeps shutting off, others don’t like the user experience of the Breville brewers. To brew a great coffee, it’s also important to put in the correct amount of coffee for the water. The Technivorm Moccamaster coffee ratio I follow is 1:18, which means 55 grams of coffee for the 1,250ml of water. That’s enough coffee to last our household until lunchtime.
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