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Has anyone got the Kmart coffee maker?
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Posted 22 May 2019 - 01:42 AM
And if so - what coffee are you using? I swear I never thought of myself as a coffee snob but right now I can’t see what everyone is raving about. Yes, it’s a cheap coffee maker so I’m not overly surprised to find it’s making weak, crap tasting coffee... but most of the reviews were great and even Choice rated it quite highly.
I’m wondering (hopefully) maybe I’ve just got the wrong coffee? First world problems, I know! Any insight appreciated 😊
Posted 22 May 2019 - 08:01 AM
Buy an aeropress instead, and a stainless steel filter. It makes fabulous coffee, is easy to use, and takes up no bench space. (Sorry, it’s my standard response to all coffee threads I love mine so much)
Otherwise, I’ve had great coffee from a cheap machine (a $129 sunbeam). The trick is to experiment and find the right beans, grind and tamp for the machine and your tastes.
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