Krups Filter Coffee Machines

The highly precise Krups filter coffee machines are among the best in the world for Brazilian grounds. They, like us, are passionate about coffee perfection.

 

Krups Filter Coffee MachinesThe Machine


Coffee making machines are kitchen devices used to brew automatically.

Most of them use the most common pour-over, process to make coffee.

A paper or metal filter is loaded with grounds on top of a glass pot

After being heated in a separate chamber, water is channeled to pour over the coffee grounds that brew and drip thru the filter into the pot.

This process is also called Filtered Coffee, or Drip Brewing.

The greatest thing is that drip brewing is the most common method used in Brazil. Unfortunately, not automatic, since most people still do it manually as in the old days.

You may check this in this recipe article

Nevertheless, I have tried it in at friends’ home (they bought Krups maker while traveling abroad) and found out that

Brazilian coffee tastes great when brewed with these machines.

Once again, as I stated in previous articles, don’t just take my word, TRY IT!

 

The Company


The bold German factory, Krups, specializes in kitchen aids.

Scales were the first bread and butter of the company for over 110 years, until 1956

In the following decades, the North Rhine-Westphalia company, created and directed by Robert Krups widened its array of products.

The first coffee-related machine, manufactured by Krups, was  ONKO’s 1961 release that stayed available, with some modifications, until 2014

In 1983, Krups released its first coffee machine.

By the year 1990, the company had expanded to 3000 employees with four factories in Europe.

Their coffee machines were then responsible for the highest revenue of the company.

A joint venture between giant Nestlé and Krups was settled in 1991. Its purpose is the development and production of the Nespresso Project, a brand of espresso machines and pods to widen the consumption of higher quality coffee.

Today, Krups manufactures a very wide range of coffee products like:

Coffee Machines

  • Automatic-drip Coffee Machines
  • Coffee/Espresso Combination Machines
  • Pod Machines
  • Nespresso
  • Nescafe Dolce Gusto

Espresso Machines

  • Fully Automatic Espresso Machines
  • Pump espresso machines
  • Coffee/Espresso Combination Machines

They also manufacture Coffee grinders and Kettles.

 

 

We have reviewed the Krups EC311 Coffee Maker.

 

Please leave a comment with your opinion.

 

 

4 thoughts on “Krups Filter Coffee Machines

  • 2016-04-29 at 7:32 pm
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    I understand a lot of people are into the espresso coffee machines and going for the one cup for all the different flavors. I think a good quality automatic drip coffee machine is the way to go.

    I find once you’ve tried a few flavors you tend to pick one main flavor and you do not care to have all the other flavors sitting around.

    I have a few friends that only use the extra flavors for their one cup machines when they have guest over that half the time prefer just to have a 4-12 cup drip machine make a batch.

    Your drip coffee machines are what I’ll check into, simple, fast and the coffee always turns out perfect for everyone.

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    • 2016-05-02 at 3:34 pm
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      Hello, Travis,

      Thanks for your impressions. I think that they are all colors of a larger rainbow, but, at the end of the day, the more convenient system wins for most people.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-04-29 at 7:34 pm
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    You have a very beautiful website, I enjoyed reading very much about the brazil coffee facts coffee machines.

    I do not drink coffee but drink tea everyday, I love my tea very much cold and hot depending on my mood and the weather here in Pennsylvania.

    Would it be possible to brew my tea in one of those coffee machines, I brew my tea from grounds more often then tea bags. I prefer fresh brewed herbal teas the most, well I was just curious if this machine would brew my tea?

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    • 2016-05-02 at 3:31 pm
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      Hello, there,

      Thank you for stopping by and sharing thoughts. Now, you raised a great question there. I’m not a frequent tea drinker, but I would guess that it should be possible. I will try it when I get ahold of some ground tea. And, if you ever have the same opportunity, please,send me a message.

      Cheers!

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