When it comes to coffee I normally use a French Press-this is as close to an espresso as you can get without really working at it. Grind your own beans and whip up some milk if you want that whole cappuccino experience. But really, it’s always been about the buzz you get from coffee for me.
Keurig makes a machine that I really like. Now, its not that I am totally lazy, just mostly lazy. I like the French Press and the coffee grinders, but there is a reason so many of them find their way to thrift stores-most people are lazy. So what makes the Kuerig coffee maker perfect for the lazy coffee connoisseur? You plop in a little coffee, or tea, capsule and press a button and viola, you have a cup of coffee in seconds. I mean-wow. The varieties come in such things as Cappuccino, Butter Toffee, and Jet Fuel and a nice assortment of teas.
I’ve always been one of those people that would buy an Amanti Golden Eagle Espresso Machine if I won the lotto-but this little gem might be the next best thing for me. Hmm, coffee-God’s Beverage.
A couple of juiced up coffees that I like are Shock Coffee and JavaFit Coffee-both claim to be more than just a cup of Joe. I like them, but I am not sure that they are that much different from normal coffee.
But that Keurig Coffee Maker may just be the best home coffee machine in the world. The French Press still comes in a close second.