Caffeine is the working person’s lifeblood. The trend of drinking cappuccinos, macchiatos, lattes and other variations is suddenly very popular across all generations. This has been great for organisations to exploit as people love having those luxury products like good coffee, not the instant stuff, from the comfort of their homes. Here you will find some coffee machine ideas for your kitchen. You also need to be careful while you are choosing the colour. You can take referance to your kitchen door cabinets.

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The number of coffee machines for the consumers’ home has grown rapidly over the past 5 years. People often have more disposable income to spend on luxury goods such as coffee and subsequent coffee machines. The complexity of the machines range from the very simple Chemex, to the sophisticated miniature versions of machines used by the likes of Starbucks and Costa Coffee. This variety of machines also differ greatly in cost. They can start anywhere from £20 all the way to £500.

Before you buy, you’re presented with the decision of whether you’d prefer an ‘Espresso’ or ‘Nespresso’ machine. The simple difference between these two coffee machines is the type of coffee it handles. A tradition Espresso machine will accept ground coffee, whereas a Nespresso machine is designed to be easier and quicker to use with a pod system. These pods hold the ground coffee or milk and a barcode on each pod communicates with the coffee machine to inform it what kind of coffee is to be produced. It’s quite a clever idea.

Here is a list of the 5 coffee machines that seem to be increasingly popular with consumer groups from all walks of life. This list includes both Espresso and Nespresso systems.


  1. Morphy Richards Accents - This machine is perfect for those long days at work where you don’t want to keep making fresh cups of coffee. A filter based system means that the machine brews up to 12 cups of coffee in one go and keeps it at an optimum temperature for you. Simply add coffee and water and watch it work it’s magic.


  1. Aeropress - The Aeropress coffee maker is an alternative way of making American or Espresso style coffee. It works similarly to a cafetiere where coffee and water are mixed together for a few seconds and then air pressure is applied from the device through a micro filter to provide a rich, smooth flavour. This is a quick process and great for those individuals who are on the move quite a lot.


  1. Bosch Tassimo - The Tassimo range from Bosch has the ability to make over 35 types of drinks from Latte’s to Hot Chocolate. It’s a very low maintenance device as it includes an automatic cleaning and descaling program.


  1. Nescafe Dolce Gusto - The Dolce Gusto range is a compact and user-friendly machine. Working with the Nespresso system, this range of coffee machines has capsules for both coffee and milk and creates a tasty and creamy drink every time.


De'Longhi Scultura Coffee Machine - The De’Longhi range of coffee machines is designed for the slightly more adventurous. The system uses traditional ground coffee and provides a separate milk steamer. It’s a wonderful way of learning how to make great coffee yourself at home and works well as a party trick at dinners.