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Where to buy an electric coffee maker

When coffee was consumed as early as 1 to 5 AD it was not roasted, but brewed with water and coffee leaves. The first coffee machine may have been the Ibrik which was introduced in 500-600 AD. Coffee was first roasted in 1400 AD and the first coffee machines that used electricity were invented in 1950. The first home use machine was made in 1972. This article shows where to buy an electric coffee maker.

Big box stores

Big box stores will carry basic electric coffee machines that offer few frills, but fresh coffee. Some will even offer the ability to set a timer so that the coffee will brew at a specific time. These coffee machines are considered automatic drip coffee makers like the one invented by the Mr. Coffee company in 1972. The most common form of the coffee makers are the ones that have a glass coffee pot. The pot is usually made of Pryex or some other heat-safe glass. If you break the glass coffee maker cup or pot, you will be able to buy a replacement at that same store.

Kitchen supply stores

These stores will have a larger selection of electric coffee makers ranging from the basic to high-end ones. Some stores will only offer an espresso machine such as Homebase. Stores like Fraser will offer electric coffee makers of brands such as Russell Hobbs, Delonghi, WMF, Kenwood, Morphy Richards, etc. Cappuccino and espresso machines are sold at these stores as well. Some of these stores also carry a newer development in coffee making. This is the single serve electric coffee maker by Keurig. Online retailers will also sell these higher-end electric coffee makers.

Restaurant and catering supply companies

If you need to buy an electric coffee maker for the restaurant or catering company, then you will need to buy a commercial coffee maker. The stores that cater to restaurants and catering companies will be able to help. Some stores specialise only in commercial coffee machines and coffee related products. Examples are Garraways, Caffe Society, Xpress Coffee and more. You will be able to find coffee machines as well as cappuccino and espresso machines in these stores. You will also find the supplies which are needed to run them there. These include filters, cleaners, coffee beans, syrups for the coffee, etc.

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