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Capresso 12 Cup Coffee Maker



Hi neighbors!!

Check out this 12 cup Coffee Maker ($39.99) from Capresso.  Are you looking for a new coffee maker?  This just might be the one for you.

Obviously the first thing is, it can brew 12 cups of coffee.  It has multiple nozzles that spray the hot water evenly over the ground coffee.  It has a programmable 24 hour clock/timer.  My family thinks the ability to set the strength of the coffee is a huge bonus.  There is a drip stop so you can pour a cup of coffee before it has finished brewing.  And my husband's idea of a bonus, it can keep the coffee warm for 2 hours.



Something I think is a benefit is the reusable gold-tone filter.  I get so frustrated when we run out of filters and no one added them to the shopping list.  It is black with stainless steel accents.  Of course the carafe is glass. The filter, carafe and lid are dishwasher safe.  Although if you are like my family, you don't really wash a coffee pot often.




Now, here is what I am doing with mine.  Although it is a great coffee maker, mine s only going to be used to make my tea,  I LOVE IT!! I hate to have my tea taste like coffee.  So many restaurants use the same machine, and you can taste the coffee.  There are two McDonalds near us that do that.  I don't like coffee to begin with, so when I order tea, I want it to taste like tea.  This has been so simple to do.  I simply drop two family size tea bags in the reusable filter, fill the reservoir, close the top and hit the button.  I come back to a carafe of tea, that I transfer to my pitcher.  It is nice because I can have tea ready to fill my pitcher as soon as we empty it.

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So glad we were able to share this review of the Capresso Coffee Maker!! See you soon!!


Comments

adrianafooshi said…

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