Top 5 Best Drip Coffee Makers Coffee Resource If you caught our post discussing different types of coffee makers, you might have noticed that we didn’t include drip coffee makers. Well fret not, drip coffee lovers, Atlas has you covered. Here are 5 of the best drip coffee makers money can buy- including a new favorite of ours! 1. Bonavita BV1900TS Coffee Brewer ($123- 137) Bonavita‘s drip coffee maker comes in a glass and stainless steel version, both of which come with 8 cup carafes. It has a one-touch brew system, making this coffee maker one of the easiest to use; its “powerful and precise” water heater provides consistent 1500 watt heat, keeping the inside heated to a perfect brewing temperature for every brew. There is even a “pre-infusion” button which will allow the brewer to basically bloom the coffee for you- the flat bottom of the filter basket allows for even saturation of the grounds and “uniform extraction”. 2. Cuisinart DCC-3200AMZ PerfecTemp (~$80) This little treasure from Cuisinart is one of the best budget-conscious drip brewers on the market. This maker comes in 4 aesthetically pleasing colors (Stainless Steel, White, Copper, or Silver) that are sure to compliment any kitchen’s color scheme. The PerfecTemp ensures “hotter coffee without sacrificing flavor or quality” and is equipped with brew options that allow you to brew bolder coffee! It is one of the best drip coffee makers not only because of the options mentioned above, but because of how easy it is to use; the maker gives you the option for “24 hour programmability”, has a self-cleaning option, the ability to make up 1-4 cups at a time, and can be programmed to shut off after 0-4 hours. 3. Hamilton Beach 49980A Coffee Brewer ($54) You can have the best of both worlds with brand giant Hamilton Beach‘s 49980A- it is equipped to brew either a single-serving or a full pot! The glass carafe has a total capacity of 12 cups. The single-serve option has a multi-level cup measurement system in order to fit many different sized travel mugs (for that necessary commute coffee), offering unbeatable convenience. This maker uses either ground coffee or soft pods for either the single-serving or the full pot options; it is equipped with an auto shut-off that keeps a burner going for 2 hours after it turns off! So even when you’re done using it- not to mention when it’s turned off!- the maker is keeping your coffee hot. 4. Bunn GRB Velocity Brew ($93-106) This drip maker from Bunn is one of the fastest coffee brewing machines on the market- it reportedly brews a full pot of coffee in as little as 3 minutes! This speed is made possible because the water in the tank is always kept hot, so it is always ready to go on demand; further, the state-of-the-art water funneling system allows for an even saturation of the coffee grounds. The flat bottom filter works in tangent with the funnel system to employ a wider and “greater interaction” with the hot water and the grounds, ensuring maximum efficiency when extracting flavor. The maker comes in either black or white, making it a stylish addition to any kitchen. 5. Technivorm Moccamaster 79212 KBTS ($300) And last but not least, our new favorite from Technivorm! This polished silver 8-cup drip coffee maker comes with a glass carafe and is “individually tested” to ensure that the best quality maker goes out to the consumer. It utilizes a proprietary “copper boiling element” that keeps water a perfect brewing temperature that is essential for the best flavor extraction possible; a full carafe brews in 6 minutes! This maker is wholly unique due to the fact that everything “from the packaging material to the brewer itself” is 100% recyclable. We love green ways to make our coffee and this is currently the best one money can buy! We hope this has given you a good idea of some of the best drip coffee makers that are currently on the market. Now go out and get one to try your Atlas Coffee Club subscription with! 😉 Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.