The Types of Coffeemaker

As a coffee lover, I’m sure that every single one of you has tasted many different kinds of coffee, and seen all type of coffee with many varieties of flavor. But have you ever wondered how do they make the coffee? How long does it take to make the tastiest one? Or how difficult is it to make a cup of coffee? This is where the technology comes handy. Now, you can make a delicious coffee in an instance using one machine called the coffeemaker.


What is coffeemaker? A coffeemaker (เครื่องชงกาแฟ) is a machine that is used to brew coffee. Mostly the coffeemakers using a paper or metal filter inside a funnel to be placed in a coffee ground, which is set over a glass or ceramic coffee pot. Cold water is poured in a different chamber, which is heated up until the boiling point and directed into the funnel. This is also called as automatic drip-brew.

There are many types of coffee maker, such as:

  • Moka pot, a stovetop coffee maker which produces coffee by passing hot water pressurized by steam through ground coffee. It most commonly used in Europe and Latin America. The original design and current models are made from aluminum with bakelite handles.
  • French press, coffee is brewed by placing the coffee and water together, stirring it and leaving to brew for a few minutes, then pressing the plunger to trap the coffee grounds at the bottom of the beaker. With this approach, French press can capture more of the coffee’s flavor and essential oils better than any other coffeemakers.

  • Single-serve coffee maker, a single serve brewing systems let a certain amount of water heated at a precise temperature to go through a coffee portion pack, brewing a standardized cup of coffee into a recipient placed under the beverage outlet. The advantage of this machine is it allows you to choose the cup size and brew strength, and delivers a cup of coffee rapidly, usually at the touch of a button.