For many people, a coffee in the morning is the only thing that’ll get the day started. If you want a barista-quality coffee from a machine that’ll do almost all the hard work for you, an at-home bean-to-cup model is a good choice. We’ve tested models from all the major brands, such as Delonghi, Siemens, Miele, and Jura. Here are our top-scoring models…
Lisa Yakas, senior product manager of Consumer Products at NSF International, formerly known as the National Sanitation Foundation, says that these appliances are relatively harmless as long as clients follow the manufacturer’s cleaning directions.
Let’s face it: mornings are never easy. But with the right little helpers—namely a coffee maker that rocks and the coolest containers for toting your coffee and lunch to work—you can at least upgrade your get-out-the-door routine.
If you’re anything like us, you can’t head to your first morning meeting, let alone form a complete sentence, without a good old cup of joe. Contrary to popular belief, one can achieve this without heading to a coffee shop.
Whether it’s the single-serve Keurig, espresso Nespresso machine or a traditional coffee maker, it’s important to keep these appliances clean to prevent the growth of bacteria, yeast or even mold.