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OK, I'm just going to come right out and say it: Your Keurig is convenient and all, but it doesn't make the perfect cup of coffee. And no offense, but neither do your local Starbucks employees.
Brewing snobs know that making good coffee is actually a science that requires precise water temperature and exact ratios. But honestly, we're all busy as heck and don't have time for a manual pour-over every morning.
The pour-over method is often considered the best method for a delicious, aromatic and complex cup of coffee. But it takes time and patience, which most of us don't have. That's why the Wilfa Precision Automatic Coffee Brewer was created.
Renowned barista Tim Wendelboe developed this brewing machine, while he took inspiration from Norway's avid coffee culture. To the uninitiated, the design is quite simple, but in reality, the state-of-the-art brewing technology used is engineered for exact temperature and water control. It mimics the pour-over method, giving you the most flavorful and complex coffee — but takes just a few minutes to brew.
With Wilfa's minimalist design, you can watch the brewing process in action and add an elegant piece of hardware to your kitchen. It includes handy features as well, like an LED display with a timer and a clock, a child safety lock to prevent accidents, and a detachable water tank for swift cleaning.
While the silver aluminum Wilfa Precision Automatic Coffee Brewer normally retails for $400, you can get it on sale for just $100 right now. There's also a black plastic option for $85 (originally $350) available.
Shop it: Wilfa Precision Automatic Coffee Maker (Silver Aluminum), $100 (was $400), Yahoo Lifestyle Shop
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