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Does the extra $$$ for the bonavita go towards accurate temperature control?
Assuming the water in my current drip comes out around 200 degrees, and isn't over or under heating, any other benefit to that machine?
I own a V60 and aeropress. I'm not suggesting these are impossible to use during college but for time saving I found the drip brew was quick and can brew lots of coffee (all nighters). I've heard this is THE best and affordable for drip brew [link]. If you have the money I would get the new nespresso machine that brews an 8oz cup.
yeah, but as a certifiable coffee snob I feel obligated to point out that the most common kind of coffee maker is not very good at its job in the price range most people expect to pay. Here's mine.
Coffee is awesome. I need more.