Calling all caffeine addicts! There's no reason to pin all your hopes on Black Friday for your new coffee gadget fix. As part of the Boing Boing Store's Pre-Black Friday Sale, you can score a great deal right now on one of more than a dozen different coffee and espresso makers by top brands.
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Gourmia GCG205 14-Oz Automatic 4-Mode Digital Conical Burr Grinder – $84.99 after coupon; originally $99
As one of the most trusted names in kitchen appliances, Gourmia's full line of coffee makers bring all of the latest brewing innovations right to your kitchen counter. Since we all know freshly ground beans make for the absolute best coffee experience, the Gourmia Digital Conical Burr Grinder is dedicated to delivering your coffee, your way. Loaded with 39 different grind size options, you can make everything from French press to espresso with precision every time. Or, if you wanna do it old-school, you can even grind in manual mode.
For those looking for a machine to take grinding to the next level, the Gourmia Coffee Maker with Built-In Grinder does the trick. With a full array of grinding and brewing programmable options, you can set your machine to grind the beans and then start your brew, all automatically. With this brewer-grinder, you can produce up to 10 cups of the freshest coffee at a time every single day.
If you've ever tried pour-over brewing, you can probably point to the distinct benefits of slow pouring for a richer, bolder flavor. The Gourmia Pourfect Pour-Over Coffee Maker makes pour-over a breeze, offering you just the precise amount of grinds and water needed to hit your pour-over sweet spot.
Some coffee fans prefer to switch it up later in the day, transitioning over to a calming tea for late afternoons and evenings. The Gourmia Single Serve Coffee and Tea Maker brings that versatility into sharp focus, including detachable filters so you can easily transition from coffee to tea, or even K-cups, with just a quick shift. And, with genius features like the streamlined control panel, you can brew your favorite coffee or tea with the press of a button.
More flavorful and less bitter than your typical cup, the natural sweetness of cold brew coffee is winning over more and more coffee lovers. The Gourmia Accelerated Cold Brew Coffee Maker actually circulates coffee over the built-in ice basket for icy cold, undiluted brew quickly. While most cold brew techniques take up to 24 hours, this brewer can do the same job in as little as 4 minutes for sweet, smooth, chilly java on demand.
Meanwhile, the Brewdini Cold Brew Coffee Maker pulls the same trick, shaving the day-long cold brew process down to minutes. Thanks to an innovative suction power vacuum technology that turbo-charges the brewing sequence, this machine creates cafe specialities at home in record time. With four different strength modes and all kinds of customization options, you can be sipping on a chilly cold brew in just over 120 seconds.
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Of course, Gourmia isn't the only competitor in town for cold brew. The FrankOne brings both sides of the coffee universe together with a machine that can make cold brew in 4 minutes, or hot coffee in just 30 seconds. With one-touch simplicity, the patent-pending VacTech brewing process accelerates extraction to get an intense cup of cold brew fast, though it's also capable of a full-bodied, characteristically sweet cup of hot coffee too, from this elegantly designed machine.
BeanPlus approaches cold brew from a different direction; instead, employing a special drip method to get that distinctive rich flavor while using less grounds. The slow drip valve lets users adjust their brew strength, while the built-in filter purifies the water, regulates your brew, and prevents blockages.
A 4.3 out of 5 star favorite with Amazon shoppers, this brewer doesn't use ice for the cold effect– it goes right to nitrogen, creating a fuller, frothier, nuttier taste. No sugar or dairy is needed with this machine, as the unit dispenses java with inherent sweetness, not to mention, a layer of foam.
Espresso is a lot like Turkish coffee, in the way it's brewed using finely-ground beans. Milano's Stovetop maker goes beyond a standard coffee maker, with a percolator system that produces the caffeine-heavy, stronger, richer brew espresso fans crave. Made from food-safe aluminum, this Italian-crafted maker works with any gas or electric stovetop, and even features a burn guard on the grip so you never burn yourself.
As for the Milano Steel, it's a beautiful design, including a satin finish, matte black powder coating, and a subtle curve to the handle that says 'classic'. It isn't just a pretty face though; it's a stainless steel brewer capable of whipping up the thicker, richer coffee blend for those who love espresso.
Meanwhile, Kopipresso brings together fans of espresso with those who love a good French-press with this manual espresso maker. Probably the most cost-effective, entry-level espresso maker around, the manual pump can build up 8 to 20 bars of pressure so you can be your own barista, serving up perfect espresso like a pro.
Here's how you take espresso on the road. Compact enough to travel, yet brimming with premium brewing tech, the built-in battery and advanced power management allow 100 shots on a full charge as the patented 18-bar electric pump ensures a creamy rich extraction in every cup. This maker works not only with ground coffee, but also Nespresso capsules as well.
Speaking of portable brewing, this brewer mug is like taking a Keurig with you everywhere you go. Load up the mug with grounds and water, plug it in via USB, flip it over, and in 60 short seconds, you've got fresh, hot coffee. It even works with Keurig K-cups, too. Meanwhile, the built-in thermos insulation will keep your coffee warm for up to 6 hours.
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