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    1. Melitta MEMB10TB Mill & Brew
    $29.95 $26.88 list($80.00)
    2. Cuisinart TTG-500 Two to Go Coffeemaker
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    4. Melitta MEX2B Espresso Coffeemaker
    $59.99 $59.36 list($69.99)
    5. Melitta MEU45 45-Cup Percolator
    $19.99 list($29.99)
    6. Melitta MEBG8B Coffee Mill
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    7. Melitta One: One Java Pods Variety
    8. Melitta Java Pods, 18 Pack - PARENT
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    9. Melitta MEFB2W 12-Cup Digital
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    10. Melitta MEFB1B Black Fast Brew
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    13. Melitta Espresso and Cappuccino
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    14. Melitta MEK15 Stainless Steel
    $39.97 list($49.99)
    15. Melitta MEXKITB Espresso Maker
    $49.99
    16. MELITTA 10-CUP COFFEE MAKER-WHITE
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    17. Cooper Zen in Black Tea Pods,
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    18. Cooper Shades of Jade Green Tea
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    19. Melitta Black Coffee Filter Cone
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    20. Melitta MEFB1B 12-Cup Basic Coffeemaker

    1. Melitta MEMB10TB Mill & Brew Coffeemaker
    list price: $109.99
    our price: $79.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000645Z0
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 242
    Average Customer Review: 3.72 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Winner of the American Culinary Institute's Best of Show Awardfor Excellence, the Mill & Brew integrates two products into onespace-saving unit. The built-in coffee mill grinds up your whole beansto the desired fineness (chosen from seven settings) and then proceedsright into the brewing process, eliminating the mess of transferringgrounds and the countertop clutter of two large appliances. You can setthe system to make coffee immediately or program the LED clock/timer upto 24 hours in advance so you have fresh-brewed coffee ready firstthing in the morning. A stainless-steel carafe holds up to 10 cups offresh coffee and keeps it hot for hours. The mill has a permanentstainless-steel filter basket for beans, so purchasing paper coffeefilters is unnecessary. In addition, the Mill & Brew has a large waterindicator window for determining how many cups you're making and hiddencord storage for convenience. Safety features include drip stop, whichhalts the coffee flow while you remove the carafe during brewing, andautomatic shutoff after one hour. This coffeemaker is covered by aone-year warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures 12 by 12 by 18 inches; 1-year warranty
    • Blade grinder and coffeemaker combined
    • 24-hour programmable timer for "wake-up" coffee
    • 7 grind settings; permanent stainless-steel filter basket; stainless-steel carafe
    • Automatic 1-hour shut-off; convenient drip stop

    Reviews (82)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great coffee!
    I bought this for my husband for Father's Day and he hasn't had to buy a cup of coffee since! I am not a coffee drinker, but even I have enjoyed several cups. He says it makes an outstanding cup of coffee (presuming, of course, that you have bought good quality beans). It is really easy to use - we love the programming feature that allows the coffee to be ready when he gets up. The bean grinder may be too loud if you live in a small house, but I have only heard it once at 5 am. We have the model w/ the thermal carafe. The carafe keeps the coffee hot for about an hour, then starts to cool off. He actually pours it right into a thermos to take to work, so only needs the thermal carafe feature on weekends. I clean it for him every day, and it only takes minutes. My mother-in-law has the Cuisinart grind and brew model, and it is a real pain to clean - too many parts. The Melitta has one basket for grinding and brewing, so only one part for me to clean. The stainless steel carafe looks nice on the counter. We would highly recommend this coffee maker to anyone.
    ***** Update on 4/28/04: The latch on the top cover broke in the middle of the night last night and the coffee maker will not work unless it's latched. I called Salton (the company that services the coffee maker) and was told that if I get a free replacement cover (because it's still under warranty) that it would VOID my warranty. (So what is a warranty for, anyway?) I expressed my disbelief to the customer service rep who could have cared less. And, oh by the way, the part is back-ordered for 4-8 weeks. I called Melitta directly and got a very sympathetic listener who is sending us a different color top (FOR FREE!) and is going to investigate the ridiculous policy from Salton. In the meantime, alas, I am going out to buy another Mill and Brew because it makes such good coffee. This time we are going to treat the latch with extra caution.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works for me ...
    Since my wife and I leave for work about an hour apart, a thermal carafe coffee maker seemed like the right choice when we needed to replace our old one. Even without the grind feature, the price of the Melitta Mill & Brew made this an easy choice. Being Type A, I had to take a few minutes and read the instructions, a good investment of about five minutes. Having used the Melitta for about two weeks I have found:

    • The grinder is noisy (it IS a grinder). If the noise bothers you in the morning, use ground coffee and turn off the mill. I set it for five minutes after my alarm clock; no worries for me but the cats still freak out.
    • The clock and brew settings are easy; as noted above, RTFM.
    • The carafe pours just fine; align the mark on the lid with the spout and pour. And it keeps the coffee plenty hot for us. I leave an hour after my wife, and have no issues with the temperature.
    • The stainless steel filter basket is excellent. I have not had any sediment and it is easy to clean; a sink sprayer makes this even easier.
    • I have always had to experiment with any new coffee maker to determine the right coffee strength; one scoop of beans per cup works for me (grind level 4 or 5).

    I'm no "coffee diva", but the Melitta Mill & Brew is a great value.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very good buy!
    At half of the cost of the nearest competitor (Cuisinart Grind and Brew), this is a great buy for the money. Initially I was conflicted by the reviews written here (especially about the coffee not being warm enough and the 'dribble pour', as I had experienced that when drinking from my friend's Cuisinart), but I decided to give it a shot. It's "thermal", people (addressed to the ones who say it's not warm enough). I run hot water into the pot at night, let it sit for a bit, then pour it out and place it; set my timer and in the morning, I have great-tasting, hot coffee. I use half-and-half, and it's still at a great drinkable temperature. As for the 'dribble', there is a dot on the plastic screw-on lid; line it up with the pour spout and you have a great pour .. then twist the cap back to close to keep the coffee warm. My coffee still steams even after being on the pot all day. Buy it; you'll love it! You'll love yourself even more when you think about all of the money you saved buying this one rather than the other!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very Happy!!
    I am delighted with my new Melitta. I am not sure what people were saying about leaks or dripping, this is actually a little tough to get coffee out of! I loved the old Melitta mill and brew but it would shut off after an hour with two little ones I would sometimes not even make it while it was still hot but now this keeps it hot for hours and is identical to the old melitta with same buttons and grind features. It is a little taller though so if you have lower cabinets it may not fit underneath. The only thing with the thermal mug is measuring the water. But you can accomplish this with the resevoir measuring. I agree with the other reviewers, as one who loves strong coffee I have to add one scoop more but that really has been the case with all other makers I have used! But the program, grind and thermos features all make this a great coffee maker and the price is great as well!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars This coffee maker rules!
    I've used other coffee/grinder machines with disappointing results. The Melitta does a great job. For the best tasting coffee, grinding fresh beans is a must. The Melitta takes out the extra messy chore of grinding the beans and transferring it to the coffee machine. The coffee comes out dark (7 grind setting) for you hardcore caffeine addicts and fast. Like other reviewers have mentioned, warm up the interior of carafe with some warm/hot water for hotter coffee. Clean up is a cinch -- make sure you do this asap so that you have a dry mill/brew basket for the next batch. The only thing that bugs me is the fact the carafe has no "feet" of some sort on the bottom which makes an awful metal scratching noise if you have tile counter tops. Otherwise I highly recommend this coffee maker. 5 stars! ... Read more


    2. Cuisinart TTG-500 Two to Go Coffeemaker
    list price: $80.00
    our price: $29.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005M1VF
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Cuisinart
    Sales Rank: 367
    Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Perfect for preparing coffee at home before dashing out the door, this coffeemaker brews through the lids directly into either one or both of the 14-ounce travel mugs accompanying the machine. The stainless-steel mugs have rubber, nonslip grips, fit most vehicle cup holders, and are 6-3/4 inches high, with 2-5/8-inch-diameter rubber bottoms. Lids keep coffee hot in the mugs and are deeply indented and sloped toward the drink hole to contain spills. Both mugs and their lids are dishwasher-safe. The coffeemaker uses disposable paper filters (two included), automatically shuts off after the brewing process, and can also be used to heat water for tea, hot chocolate, and instant foods like oatmeal and soup. Made of gleaming black plastic, the coffeemaker measures 13 inches high, 5-1/4 inches wide, and 8-1/2 inches deep, and carries a three-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures 13 by 5-1/4 by 8-1/2 inches; 3-year limited warranty
    • Brews through lids into one or two 14-ounce travel mugs
    • Stainless-steel mugs with rubber, non-slip grips fit most vehicle cup holders
    • Automatically shuts off after brewing for added safety
    • Dishwasher-safe mugs and lids; includes 2 disposable paper filters

    Reviews (45)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Too many coffee drinkers don't spoil the pot
    We have 4 coffee drinkers who rise and set at different times. This little coffee maker fits the bill for a good hot unspoiled cup of coffee at any time (I'm not dumping stale pots down the drain much any more). You don't have to toss the regular coffee maker, it is still good on weekends, but when you want a cup at 12 midnight, and if someone else happens to want a brew as well, the decision is brainless. It uses readily available cone filters and makes a great tasting "big" cup.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Yum!
    Love this coffeemaker. It brews quickly and makes one or two wonderful cups (cups at 14 ounces each.....) I have actually unplugged my "big" and expensive coffeemaker. Have used this twice to three times a day and so far no problems. I am very picky about the taste of my coffee, want a flavorable coffeehouse brew and this little Two To Go unit delivers consistently. I like this so much I just ordered another unit for my son-in-law for his birthday!

    Hopefully this little coffeemaker stands the test of time and holds up because I really like it! The cups hold the java at a warm temp for longer than I expected and have been very useful.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Stick with a regular coffeemaker
    I've tried this coffemaker a few times and I just don't like it; the coffee comes out weak and bitter-tasting. So then I said "well, I'll just use the travel mugs". The bad taste comes from the cups ... I take a great cup of coffee and pour it into the travel mug to go ... instantly bad-tasting. I've washed and re-washed the mugs to no avail.

    1-0 out of 5 stars If you love coffee, don't buy this one!
    This coffeemaker is compact and handy for making fresh single cups of coffee. However, I had one for about a year at work and it always added a very bad plastic taste to the coffee. I cleaned it several times and used my own mug, and the taste got a little better over time. But it still made the coffee "plastic". I finally got a basically free brewer from Gevalia and my coffee tastes great again.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Complete Disaster
    My brother introduced me to this coffeemaker and I liked it so much that decided to pick up one for myself. I set mine up, filled the reservoir for two cups and water immediately started gushing out of the base. Before I knew it half of the water was all over my counter. I hadn't even had a chance to plug it in and turn it on. In retrospect my snaillike pace at unwrapping the tie wrap from the cord probably saved me from being electrocuted. I'm sorry I ever deigned to cheat on my trusty low-tech french press. It's back to the middle ages for me. ... Read more


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    Asin: B0001MXU7M
    Catlog: Kitchen
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    4. Melitta MEX2B Espresso Coffeemaker
    list price: $59.99
    our price: $44.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000645YV
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 2323
    Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    A compact, easy-operating, inexpensive alternative to the more powerfulmachines favored by espresso aficionados, this 800-watt espresso maker brews 2 or 4cups of espresso (about 1-1/2 ounces each) and also froths milk for café lattés andcappuccinos. A lever selects the brew strength to suit personal tastes. A milk frother ispermanently attached to the steam tube for convenience. (The steam tube also can beused to heat other liquids such as hot chocolate or instant soup.) Once water is pouredinto the tank, ground coffee (scoop included) is tamped into the filter inside the filterholder, the filter holder is locked into place, and the machine turned on, espresso beginsto flow into the machine's glass carafe in about two minutes. For cappuccinos and othermilk-based drinks, the brewing process can be temporarily interrupted in order to frothmilk.

    Other features include an LED "on" light, a removable plastic drip tray, soft-touchhandles on carafe and filter holder, push-in cord storage, and a safety cap on the watertank (won't open if steam is in tank). The machine measures 12-1/2 inches high, 7 incheswide, and 9 inches deep. It carries a one-year warranty against defects. --FredBrack ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures 12-1/2 by 7 by 9 inches; 1-year warranty
    • Compact machine brews 2 or 4 cups espresso, about 1-1/2 ounces each
    • Brew-strength selector for desired preference; permanent frother on steam tube
    • Glass carafe; LED power-on light; removable plastic drip tray
    • Soft-touch handles on carafe provides easy serving, filter holder; push-in cord storage

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
    This espresso maker has been used every single day for almost 4 months now. It makes great coffee and frothed milk :)

    The product would be better if the top part (where you pour in water) could screw on more easily (you have to push down and twist it on), and if the frother cap could be removed without pulling hard for cleaning purposes.

    other than that it's a great product for a great price. I would buy this espresso maker again.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Fair coffee, a bit temperamental to use
    I have owned one of these units for a year or so in the UK and it generally produces a reasonable coffee. However, I once adjusted the strong/weak slider to route the steam away from the espresso section and into the steamer but then forgot to open the steamer valve. After a few minutes (thankfully), the safety valve in the filling cap operated but ever since, the lid seems very temperamental and often "screams" loudly as it vents steam when it should be allowing a build up of pressure. Wriggling it or turning it a little usually fixes things. Frustrating though. I also sometimes / often have to wriggle the strong/weak selector in order to get any output from the machine at all. This may be due to an internal buildup of limescale somewhere where I cannot clean it out from. The milk foamer is wonderfully effective and easy to clean.
    I'd recommend this as a low cost entry-level machine. Treat it carefully and be prepared to "assist" it to work and you will be fine.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good value for the price -- but may not last long
    About two years ago I bought a DeLongi Capuccino maker -- more expensive than this, bigger, and much less reliable. The machine cost about $100, but the carafe I broke cost about $35 to replace and the plastic milk steaming mechanism (which broke twice) cost about $20.00 each time. When it broke a third time I decided to go with another machine (rather than pay the exorbitant prices and wait weeks without my morning capuccino to replace parts). So I looked for an economy model and bought two of these expresso makers last Spring -- one for my mother who had never made expresso or foamed milk in her life. I was looking for something easy to use. The machine is easy to use, and for the money, it might be a bargain. However, I will warn you that both of them machines I bought had defects. On one, the steam nob hardly turns, making it difficult to get a high level of pressure for foaming the milk (although it works quite well at the lower settings). On the other, the inner, metal tank cap was cracked, making it necessary to take extra care when tightening the cap (to avoid all the steam escaping from the top). Even given all that, both machines make a good cup of expresso (although I must warn you that if you are an expresso afficianado looking for a full head of crema, etc., you will not find it here) and steams/foams milk very well.

    However, today we are tolling the death knell for my machine. This machine got quite a workout twice a day, everyday for about 9 months. It will still make expresso, but the steam mechanism died.

    Even given all that, this machine was a much better bargain, and made a much better capuccino than the more expensive DeLongi. I'm planning to buy another one today.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Very Temperamental
    I purchased the Mellitta MEX2B in October last year. While I enjoy my morning mocha, I find the machine very temperamental. At times it is necessary to fiddle with the lever for brew strength (just to get the machine to work!} and the cap on the water tank does not fit very well which sometimes messes up the whole process. I have had to turn off the machine and wait to readjust it and start over. Sometimes I have to add more water (probably because too much steam has escaped from the lid; which I don't think is suppose to happen). This is my first espresso machine, so I have nothing to compare it to, but I am less than satisfied.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Big problem
    The coffee maker quit working after a few uses. The manufacturer representative has been very helpful and has offered to replace it. ... Read more


    5. Melitta MEU45 45-Cup Percolator Coffee Urn
    list price: $69.99
    our price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000645YZ
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 16289
    Average Customer Review: 1.67 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Made of stainless steel polished to a mirror finish, this45-cup coffeemaker is ideal for a buffet line, office, or any othersituation drawing lots of coffee drinkers. It percolates up to 45five-ounce cups and then automatically switches to keep-warm,serving-temperature mode. (A coffee-ready light shines when brewing iscomplete.) The urn has a two-way, dripless spigot high enough foreither mug or cup-and-saucer service. Pushed down, the spigot's leverdispenses coffee and then springs back up. Raised to the verticalposition, the spigot dispenses continuously for filling servingcarafes. The urn has a stay-cool base that won't harm a surface andstay-cool handles that make it simple and safe to move the urn fromplace to place. The urn's cover locks in place to prevent accidentalspills. The percolator works inside--basket, pump tube, and spring--andthe urn's cover and glass knob are dishwasher-safe. The urn measures11-1/2 inches wide, 16-1/2 inches high, and 12-1/2 inches deep(including spigot). It carries a one-year warranty against defects.--Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures 11-1/2 by 16-1/2 by 12-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
    • Percolates up to 45 5-ounce cups of coffee
    • After brewing, urn automatically switches to keep-warm serving temperature
    • Cover locks; non-drip spigot; stay-cool handles provide portability
    • Mirror-finish stainless steel, with stay-cool base for placing on any surface

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Happy with Product
    I received this urn as a wedding gift last year. I don't know if I received one off a previous and better assembly line, but mine works great! No leaking, no loose screws. I've even told my guests who have loved it where to buy one. And, I've always received compliments on the great coffee! That's disappointing that others have received such poorly made ones -- I love mine!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Made in China!
    I just finished reading these reviews when the wife returned home with this model. Figuring I'd give it a chance, I readied it for it's first outing. The flimsy construction was my first clue: it didn't seem to fit together well. Next came the leakage; I tightened the spout, base and handles. Next: off snapped the spout handle. With the help of a screwdriver as some scalding, just-brewed coffee poured down my hand, I was able to get it back on. The next night I fired it up again. 45 cups of hot, premium-ground coffee was in the pot. But not a drop wanted to come out of the spout. Why? Because the rubber washer in the spout melted shut, sealing in the coffee.
    I wondered: to whom do I owe this experience: the Melitta engineer, who should have specified a "heat-resistant" washer for construction. Or the assemblers in China, who didn't bother to tighten the screws. Or the store that sold this worthless junk.
    If there were a museum for shoddy kitchen equipment, I'd glady donate this masterpiece.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Keep Looking
    This product looks good but that's where it stops. I wish I would have looked up reviews on this product before I purchased it. We have gone through 2 machines in 3 months. First machine leaked from the handle and the spout, we even had problems getting the coffee to come out as the spout handle had a mind of its own. The second machine was fine for a while, then the handle started leaking as coffee brewed and the last straw was when the glass knob blew up as the coffee was perculating. What a mess. It is obvious that there is no QC at the factory. Walk away from this one, it is an accident waiting for a place to happen. I am just glad no one was in the kitchen at the time of the explosion.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievably Bad
    The moment I received this urn I took it out of the box to see how well it worked. As the water reached the 25 cup mark the base started leaking in one spot. By the time I called customer service and got through to a representative, water was coming out around the entire product. It's amazing that this thing is on the market!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Huge disappointment - Amazon.com shouldn't sell it
    What a monumental piece of junk. The first time I used it, all the water ran out of the bottom of the pot! Obviously Melitta hadn't taken the time to test it, but thank goodness I did BEFORE my party.

    Given the one other review which is also negative, Amazon.com should give some careful thought to not selling this product. Clearly Melitta has some manufacturing issues to address.

    PS -- I ordered this pot about two weeks before the other negative review appeared. If I had seen that, I wouldn't have chosen this pot in the first place. ... Read more


    6. Melitta MEBG8B Coffee Mill
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000645Z1
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 817
    Average Customer Review: 2.42 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Equipped with hard burrs that grind beans more uniformly andwithout the flavor-destroying heat generated by blade grinders, thiscoffee mill makes preparing fresh coffee simple. It has preprogrammedbuttons for grinding enough to brew 4, 8, 10, or 12 cups and a dial forselecting one of 18 grind consistencies, from very coarse to very finefor espresso. The bean chamber holds 8 ounces, enough for about 36five-ounce cups. When the selected amount of beans is ground, the millshuts off automatically. A transparent plastic container snaps into themill's front to catch up to 8 ounces of ground coffee. It has a snap-onlid so it can store either ground coffee or beans. For easy cleaning,the grinding wheel twists out. The 120-watt mill measures 5 incheswide, 9 inches high, and 6-1/2 inches deep. It's clad in hard, brightplastic, has push-in cord storage, and carries a one-year warrantyagainst defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Snap-in lidded container stores 8 ounces ground coffee or beans
    • Burrs grind coffee beans uniformly without heat generated by blades
    • Pre-programmed buttons for 4, 8, 10, or 12 cups of coffee
    • 18 grind selections, from very coarse to very fine for espresso
    • Grinding wheel twists out for easy cleaning

    Reviews (38)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A burr grinder at a regular grinder price
    While the price of all small coffee grinders seems to have dropped, this burr grinder costs about what I paid for a basic blade grinder years ago. As to the machine. It has 18 degrees of fineness, which you set easily with a wheel on the side. Open the top, fill it with coffee (it holds about a half pound). Hit one of the preset amount buttons, 4,8,10 or 12, and in a few seconds, the bottom detachable container is ready to slide out. It takes some experimentation to find out how fine you like your grind, and if the preset amounts produce the right amount for your pot. I found that the amount it produced for eight cups was just right for our ten cup pot (and I don't like weak coffee). If none of the preset amounts are right for you, it has a shut off button on the front, so you can hit the button for a larger amount and shut it off early. Since the preset amounts seem generous, it should grind enough coffee for most automatic makers, press pots, etc.
    The coffee storage area on top is a little small, i.e. it holds about enough for two twelve cup pots, but its simple enough to keep adding new beans.
    The grinding burr comes out easily (i.e. the top one - the bottom one is attached, but cleaning is easy. When the coffee is ground, it ends up in a clear plastic container that slides out easily, and cleans up easily.
    There is cord storage space underneath, so you can leave out just enough cord to reach from the unit to the wall socket - and this machine has earned a permanent place on our counter, next to the coffee pot. Its going to be burr grinding from now on.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Burr grinder quality for a blade grinder price
    I have used many grinders, and the burr grinders make a much, much better cup of coffee than the blade grinders. There may be better grinders out there, but if you can't afford to spend a fortune, this machine gives you "burr" quality for a "blade" price. It is convenient and easy to use, and easy to clean. I never have to measure coffee, I just press the "6" button and pour the grounds into the coffee maker.

    There are a couple of minor inconveniences.
    1. There is a small amount of ground coffee that ends up on the counter. Very little, in my experience, nothing like the big mess described below.
    2. You do have to experiment with the coarseness settings until you find what you like. It took me three tries to figure out that I like it at setting 10. I used the finest setting a couple of times, to make espresso, and the results were great.

    By the way, I have found that I prefer to use the amount of coffee recommended for 6 cups when I make 8 cups of coffee. That has nothing to do with this grinder, I have found exactly the same results with other grinders and other coffee makers.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Ground coffee is abrasive
    After about 6 months of once daily use the grounds finally wore a hole in the side of the chute that delivers the coffee to the hopper. This resulted in the motor housing filling up with ground coffee, and eventually the whole machine seizing up.

    2-0 out of 5 stars A real letdown
    I purchased this grinder in spite of some of the poor reviews and ended up sending it right back to Amazon. I have had several coffee grinders and this one is the poorest performer of all. It only costs $20, but why spend $20 on a grinder that gives poor results when you can get a blade grinder for $10 that does a much better job? This Melitta coffee mill purports to grind from fine to coarse but in reality only grinds to a course consistency. I sent this item back as defective because the product information clearly states "18 grind selections, from very coarse to very fine for espresso." This is clearly not accurate. I hope to get my shipping cost back. Anyway, it's a nice looking product but simply doesn't perform as expected.

    4-0 out of 5 stars It's a very good value
    Overall I think this little grinder is the best small grinder for the money. I haven't heard a grinder at any price that wasn't horribly noisy. The one I bought from Amazon is relatively quiet, but the one at my office is a bit noisier (I got mine based on my experience at the office, I don't know how old it is or how much use it has had). Niether of them are any noisier than the Krups blade grinder that seems so popular. The one at home leaks a little and leaves some coffee dust to clean up, the office one does not. This could be because I use a finer grind at home (for espresso) and the office one grinds medium for drip coffee. The home one is leaking less with time, I think that maybe some of the grounds are building up where the coffee enters the container and sealing it up a bit.
    I got mine because the doser/grinder on my espresso machine needed new burrs, and I couldn't find replacements anywhere.
    The main thing I have noticed between this grinder and the old one is the Melitta does not give a consistent grind. The old one was a solid cast metal frame, this one is all plastic, so go figure.
    The old grinder is part of the Profi Estro machine that Starbucks used to sell (they changed the name to their Barrista brand and offered it in more colors). The machine with the doser grinder sold for $500 to $800 about 7 years ago.
    For the price, I am very happy with this mill. ... Read more


    7. Melitta One: One Java Pods Variety Pak (72 Pods)
    list price: $19.99
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    Asin: B0000DEZNZ
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Sales Rank: 561
    Average Customer Review: 3.12 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Made for the Melitta One: One coffee maker
    • 4 varieties of Java Pods
    • 72 Pods

    Reviews (8)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Less variety please
    I was skeptical at first, but I have been using this system for a few months now and find it very good. I would like to see individual flavors available instead of the variety pack. The price is good, I've only found it cheaper one other place. It would also be nice to find it in the stores instead of only online as it would be nice to be able to pick up a single box (18 pods) to try out a new flavor. My biggest complaint with the system is it won't fill a bigger cup. My normal cup is too tall for the machine and if I fill it (using 2 pods) I can't get it out without spilling. Minor, but irritating.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre
    I debated and read reviews of all the home pods under $99 for about a month before purchasing this one. Other than peoples opinions, there's not alot of data out there like taste testing. I found the machine works very nicely, just as advertised. I have tried all the different types of coffee available and they all taste like instant to me, and currently there are no other selections for coffee. I hope in the future there are more choices for coffee types.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Options other than the variety pak
    It seems alot of people are frustrated with the variety in the variety pak and the lack of tea pods - just want to suggest the option of buying directly from Melitta at 1to1coffee.com. They offer one-flavor paks of 18 for $4.99 - roughly works out to be the same price as the variety pak. They also offer the tea pods.

    5-0 out of 5 stars One:One
    One:One is great! Just what I wanted! I only like one cup of steaming hot coffee in the morning and one at noon, and that is exactly what you get. It stops me from wasting a 10 cup pot of coffee everyday. The flavor is wonderful too, however, I would like to be able to buy just one flavor at a time. I would like to try the tea if it were available.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not the whole picture
    Shipping and handling is ridiculous. Adding that to the bill often drives potential consumers away. It is not fair that they do not give some tea pods in the variety pack. They don't even make mention that there are tea pods too. Not everybody is a coffee drinker. ... Read more


    8. Melitta Java Pods, 18 Pack - PARENT

    Asin: B0000E5LTX
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Salton
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    9. Melitta MEFB2W 12-Cup Digital Coffeemaker
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $39.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000645YS
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 21821
    Average Customer Review: 2.45 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    This coffeemaker brews up to twelve 5-ounce cups of coffee at ahigh temperature for speed--35 seconds per cup, with a four-cupminimum. For a quick pour, the coffeemaker automatically pauses thebrewing process for 30 seconds when the carafe is removed from itswarming plate. The glass carafe has a guard to protect the knuckles andis dishwasher-safe. On the coffeemaker's left side is a transparentgauge for monitoring the water level. The filter basket accommodatescone-shaped paper filters and removes for filling and cleaning.Lightweight and clad in bright plastic, the 1,450-watt coffeemaker haspush-in cord storage, measures 13-1/2 inches high, 8 inches wide, and9-1/2 inches deep, and carries a one-year warranty against defects.--Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures 13-1/2 by 8 by 9-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
    • Brews 12 5-ounce cups of coffee at high temperature for speed
    • Automatic brew-pause for pouring a cup midbrew
    • 1450 watts; transparent water-level gauge; push-in cord storage
    • Dishwasher-safe glass carafe with knuckle guard

    Reviews (20)

    4-0 out of 5 stars It really does brew fast.
    We trusted the Melitta name and bought this "Fast Brew" model without the usual research about a year ago. It is not perfect but it works quite well for the price.
    Pros: 1)It uses standard #6 paper cone filters. 2)The autocutoff allows you to steal a cup of coffee before brewing is complete. 3)The digital timer turns on the maker so you can wake up to already brewed coffee. 4) It brews coffee really quickly. 5) The design of the carafe is great (compared to my previous coffeemaker,... The lip is less likely to drip when pouring, the handle seems better balanced when you hold a full carafe and it has a clever plastic strip that protects your hand from the hot glass.
    Cons: 1)The coffemaker will overflow when brewing if the carafe is not properly seated or if you allow grounds to get under the filter. Once you learn about each problem, with a bit of care you can prevent them from recurring. 2) You need to use a bit extra coffee to get the same strength of brew. This may be a tradeoff for getting such a fast brew. 3)Finally, the push button controls are hard to use. The labels are hard to read and the sequence of button presses to accomplish basic tasks (like setting the clock after a power interuption) are unnecessarily user-hostile.
    Overall: Useful, attractive, functional, a good value ...

    4-0 out of 5 stars Simpler is better!
    I received a simplier version, Model MEFB1, for Christmas 2003 and I have only good to say about it. I have used it several times a day, most days, to make full pots of brew and have never had the slightest problem with it. In fact, I recommend it to all my guests, all of whom compliment the taste of the coffee and speed of the coffeemaker. Maybe prepare your coffee maker the night before and punch the "on" button when you get up. For goodness sakes, it only takes 8 minutes to brew all of 12 cups. Isn't that fast enough? Besides, a little early morning jog to the kitchen adds to the "healthful" benifits of the coffee. Incidentally, I experimented...I put exactly the same amount of the same temperature of cold water, in a copper-bottomed sauce pan on high on a gas range, at the same second as I punched the "on" button to the coffeemaker and the water in the sauce pan took exactly 13 minutes to reach 200 degrees. So count your blessings...the coffeemaker is fast! An added benefit, is that it can also be used to make great hot tea! When I get ready for a larger coffeemaker, it will definitely be a 45 cup Melitta urn, Model MEU45. Bon appetit!

    1-0 out of 5 stars do not buy this product
    We bought the coffeemaker six months ago. Several times the spring mechanism became stuck and coffee spilled all over the counter and floor. One day, it just quit working. I emailed customer service at Toastmaster who manufactures the product over two weeks ago to explain the situation. I've heard nothing from them. The coffeemaker is a piece of junk, and I wouldn't recommend buying anything the company makes.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Did not last
    I never used the coffee make to stop and get a cup, but I had problems with the feature early on. I would set the time and the spring would get stuck while the maker was brewing. This would cause the filter chamber to fill up and overflow leaving a big mess to clean up. I finally dismantled that option. I just got done throwing the unit out after it quit from two years of medium service. I had a Bunn coffee maker previously and did not want to shell out the money. The Bunn had lasted me over 10 years. Needless to say, I went back to Bunn and bought the thermal version from Target. I have only had it for a week, but I am thrilled so far.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Want a Recall!
    We purchased Melitta coffeemaker (MEFB2) because of fast brew feature in June, 2003. However in August, 2004, it shorted out and burned at one of the connections of the circuit board and blackened some of the plastic. Sparks flew without tripping the circuit breaker. The sneak-a-cup feature worked only intermittenly throughout ownership. ... Read more


    10. Melitta MEFB1B Black Fast Brew Coffee Maker 12-c.
    list price: $49.95
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    Asin: B0002F56BQ
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Salton
    Sales Rank: 66932
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    Product Description

    For those who live life in the fast lane, this Fast Brew machine turns out a cup of coffee in the blink of an eye - just 35 seconds per cup! It even has a pause and pour feature in case that's still not quick enough for you. Shuts off automatically after one hour. Convenient water level indicator and hinged water reservoir. Uses #4 filters. ... Read more

    Features

    • Model #: MEFB1B
    • Capacity: 12-cup
    • Dimensions: 7.5 x 11 x 14-in.
    • Volts/Watts: 1450 watts
    • Origin: China

    11. Melitta ME2TMB Take 2 Stainless Steel Travel Mug Coffeemaker
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $29.99
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    Asin: B00006HMOE
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 3296
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Item Info: Brews directly into either one or two stainless steel travel mugs,? 14oz Stainless Steel mugs with rubber grips fit standard car cup holders ,? Auto shutoff after brewing ,? Dual spout detaches for easy cleaning ,. ... Read more

    Features

    • Dual spout detaches for easy cleaning
    • Brews directly into one mug or two travel mugs
    • Two 14 oz. stainless steel travel mugs with ruber grips that fit most standard car cup holders; Uses #2 paper cone filters
    • Auto shut off after brewing
    • Removable filter liner; water window

    Reviews (42)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Overfills one cup, underfills the other
    The diverter spout above the mugs does not send equal amounts to each mug.One fills to the point of overflowing while the other is barely more than half full.If I walk away while it's brewing, there can be a mess when I come back.

    It is an otherwise very nice little unit, and perfect if only brewing a quantity of one mug. A single mug can be brewed by placing it in the middle of the base, catching both streams of coffee from the diverter spout.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Makes a great cup
    This coffee pot made a great cup of coffee but sure didn't make 2 good cups. The water never came out evenly and I had a mess almost everytime I brewed 2 cups at a time. I was very disappointed because the cups kept the coffee nice and hot for a long period of time.

    5-0 out of 5 stars skm44
    I received my coffee maker very quickly after placing my order.I love a great cup of coffee and my husband and I have to cut back on coffee consumption.This is just perfect.Makes great coffee (I recommend grinding your own)almost instantly.I have had no problems and the cups are very convenient for our long commute to work.I've used expensive and inexpensive coffeemakers and this is a great little coffee maker.I have never been disappointed with Melitta.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Price...Great Item...Great Buy
    We bought this coffee maker because if its convienence factor. We got a bonus in that it makes a great cup of coffee as well! And I never use the cups that came with it anymore! I stick a mug under it (a normal coffee mug) and brew myself a cup of coffee whenever I want. I have had no problems! I am going to end up taking it to work so I can always have a hot cup of coffee. And for the price, you could not ask for more!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy this Coffeemaker
    This coffee maker lasted me all but a month and a half. The mugs fell apart even though I washed them by hand every time and it leaks very easily. Keep your receipt on this one, I didn't and my Target store doesn't carry them any more. ... Read more


    12.

    Asin: B0000DF2CP
    Catlog: Kitchen
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    13. Melitta Espresso and Cappuccino Maker (4-cup) MEX 1B
    list price: $29.99
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    Asin: B00005OTY8
    Catlog: Book
    Publisher: Salton
    Sales Rank: 108179
    Average Customer Review: 3.61 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Leisurely sip a latte without ever leaving the house! This machine lets you select your brew using an adjustable espresso/cappuccino knob. Use it in conjunction with the built-in frother or use it independently. The glass carafe is calibrated for up to four cups so you can take a coffee break with a friend or two. Drip tray removes for easy cleaning. Includes instructional video. ... Read more

    Reviews (70)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Very Good Considering the Price
    I recently bought a Melitta Espresso/Cappuccino maker, and so far have been very pleased with it. If you are used to drinking coffee from a stovetop MokaExpress, as I am, you will like the results from the Melitta. The espresso it yields is somewhere between the Moka and an espresso you'd get at a good coffee bar.
    I have read reviews of this machine at other sites, where people complain that it's not totally authentic espresso-blahblahblah-but what do you expect from a $30 machine?? OK-if you want totally dead-on authentic espresso at home, shell out $300-600 and get one of the steam-engine style "real-deal" machines. The Melitta is, for sure, a solid, less expensive alternative. If you use good, dark roast, freshly ground beans, the results are delicious. As far as Cappuccino goes- frother works good and hasnt clogged on me yet(try it with Chocolate Milk-mmmm!). I read complaints about frother cloggage as well, but you simply have to run water-only through the machine after every few uses to avoid this problem. I would recommend doing this after every time you froth milk, because do you really want funky old milk in there anyway?? Overall - I'm very happy to have yummy cappuccino at home for a fraction of what I'd pay at any coffee place, and better, too! When you consider that one of the crucial ingredients to good coffee is love, do you really trust the Starbucks kid??? I say do it yourself for less with the Melitta.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Appalling! You get what you pay for...
    I am not a snob or a spendthrift, but I have learned my lesson. This baby was $30 at target, so I thought why not? Bad move. I used it three times:

    the first time I ran water through it (as directed to clean it. it worked fine.

    then i ran water through again (as above). The water shot out more forcefully and caused a spill, but still okay.

    Then I ran it the third time, with espresso in the filter, to make my first pot: steam oozed out of the cracks around thew (properly sealed) lid, then it oozed out of every crevice. The machine looked like it would explode, and the resulting coffee tasted like burnt plastic.

    I returned that thing and vowed never again.

    You'd think I'd have learned after my previous puchase of a $7 drip coffee maker, but no. It took two machines that produced spills and plasticky tasting brew, before I learned my lesson: buy quality.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Target honored warranty: still happy
    This inexpensive espresso machine does an impressively good job.

    After using it about a dozen times, it went belly-up. Why? The reservoir cap valve broke - apparently the same thing that breaks in most people's units.

    I took the cap back to Target with my receipt and they handed me a new one. Voila, back in business.

    My advice: keep your receipt, and read the warranty expiration, ONE YEAR. If it breaks, replace the broken part under warranty and "party on, Wayne".

    3-0 out of 5 stars Fun to Experiment with
    I like this little maker and I've made one perfect espresso and still to this day trying to figure out how I did it. I think I put in hot water and lightly tamped the very fine coffee; everyday I hope to get that perfect cup again so always look forward to using it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars much better than I expected
    I have used this product daily for the past year and a half, and it finally just stopped working a couple of days ago. But considering the price is the same as buying around 8 cappucinos at a coffee bar, this baby paid for itself in just over a week--and then worked perfectly for an additional year and a half!! And when I finally got the perfect recipe for my taste, I liked this machine's cappucino better than that of most coffee shops I visit. It really is worth the low price! ... Read more


    14. Melitta MEK15 Stainless Steel Electric Teakettle 1.5-L
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B0002F56BG
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Salton
    Sales Rank: 21604
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    Product Description

    Enjoy warm beverages and soups, with boiling water ready in minutes and always conveniently nearby. This cordless electric kettle, in attractive stainless steel, holds 1.5 liters, and sits on a base that swivels 360-degrees. Safety features include auto shut-off, boil dry protection and a locking hinged lid. Also has a large, ergonomic On/Off switch with separate power light. ... Read more

    Features

    • Model #: MEK15
    • Capacity: 1.5-liter, 1.65-qt.
    • Dimensions: 9 x 7 x 9-in.
    • Volts/Watts: 1500 watts
    • Origin: China

    15. Melitta MEXKITB Espresso Maker with 20-Piece Kit
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $39.97
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    Asin: B00004R938
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 7218
    Average Customer Review: 2.57 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    For making espresso and coffee drinks such as cappuccino and café latte at home, this set covers all bases--it even includes a book that explains coffee and cocoa and offers coffee- and cocoa-drink recipes. The compact (9-3/4 inches high by 9-3/4 inches wide by 8-1/2 inches deep) electric espresso machine works simply. Equipped with a tight boiler cap and valve for safety, it brews up to four cups of espresso in about five minutes. Just pour cold water into the boiler, spoon espresso-roast coffee (a 10-1/2-ounce can is included) into the filter basket, place the basket into the filter holder, lock the holder into place, and switch the knob to "brew." In about four minutes, espresso flows into a four-cup carafe that sits on the machine's drip plate: four demitasse cups and saucers, with four spoons, await.

    If cappuccino, café latte, hot chocolate, or other milk-based drinks are desired, turn the knob to "froth" and the machine's stainless-steel wand emits steam. Half-fill the frothing pitcher with cold milk (chocolate-flavored for hot chocolate), slip the rubber frothing tip on the wand, place the frothing tip just under the surface of the milk, and heat the milk while creating a foaming cap of froth: two cappuccino cups and saucers await. Pour a shot or two of brewed espresso into them, spoon milk and froth on top, and enjoy. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures 9-3/4 by 9-3/4 by 8-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
    • Everything needed to set up an espresso-cappuccino bar at home
    • Makes up to 4 cups of espresso in about 5 minutes
    • Stainless-steel wand creates froth for cappuccinos, cafe lattes, hot chocolates
    • Includes 4 espresso cups with saucers, 2 cappuccino cups with saucers, 4 spoons

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic espresso maker for the price!
    I can't figure out what you guys are all in a twist over. I bought this machine, minus the espresso cups, frothing pitcher, etc., and I only paid $10 less for all the goodies you got (this offer wasn't available when I was looking for an espresso machine.)

    This is the SAME model as the one I got, minus all the frills you got for ten bucks. I bought this over a year ago, and it's a FANTASTIC espresso machine! It works great, makes wonderful espresso, fantastic lattes (my fave), and it's easy to clean and completely reliable.

    I was looking for a second model to give to my boyfriend for a birthday president, and lo and behold, this uber deal is available! I'm taking advantage of it, and why not? Ever since my boyfriend tasted how great the espresso is from this machine, he's been trying to steal mine!

    I HIGHLY recommend it (and you guys would know this if amazon hadn't removed the OTHER review on just the machine, minus all the bonuses. There, this same machine got FOUR stars, and that's what I based my original purchase on.

    Btw...they were RIGHT.) :)

    5-0 out of 5 stars More than "fine for the price"
    The cups, saucers, and froth pitcher are worth the price of the box. The machine isn't an expensive superb one, but think of it is a freebie included w/ the great dishware, and it's fantastic!

    It even bests some machines we've previously had, including faster boiling, a sturdier design, a more substantial spill tray, and a frothing tip that's not only far more effective but completely removable and so infinitely easier to clean.

    It has it's faults, and is a decent machine. But for the price? Bravo!!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Short Haul Machine
    I was looking for something within my price range and came across the Melitta MEXKITB with cups, saucers and frothing pitcher. There wasn't any coffee included and the booklet wasn't what was advertised or pictured on the box. It only had one page on Brewing Tips (not instructions) and the rest is a dessert recipe book. It is up to you to figure out how this machine works. Pretty much a no brainer, but...... I have to admit it worked well while it was working. It only took it one month and one week to quit and I'm now looking at machines recommended by experienced espresso people. I'm glad I bought a stainless steel stovetop espresso maker for a backup.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not quite up to par
    I had been using a Krups Espresso maker for several years, when the pressure safety valve let go, and it stopped making coffee. I looked at the prices for a new Krups, and decided that I could not afford to replace it with a like model.

    The price for the Melita was within my budget, and the features are similar. However, it is precisely these features that made the Krups unit desireable.

    The less than desireable features of the Melita are:
    - steam leaks around the basket
    - steaming tube openning is too large to make good foam
    - unit must be switched off when changing from "brew" to "steam"

    In sum, I must say Caveat Emptor - Let the buyer beware.

    1-0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for
    I bought this espresso maker about a year ago. It was thecheapest one I could find and price was the only basis for mydecision. However, you get what you pay for. It worked fine forseveral months, but two months ago, steam started escaping out fromunder the tightly screwed on lid. Finally last week, it exploded andthe steam spout shot clear across my kitchen. END ... Read more


    16. MELITTA 10-CUP COFFEE MAKER-WHITE - MEVA10W

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    Asin: B00098QLYM
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: SALTON - MELITTA
    Sales Rank: 32659
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    Product Description

    * Charcoal water filter * Automatic pause and pour feature * Front loading cone filter with removable liner * Front loading cone filter with removable liner * Water window and hinged tank * Non-stick warming plate * LED on/off switch * Hidden cord storage Model: MEVA10W ... Read more

    Features

    • Charcoal water filter
    • Automatic pause and pour feature
    • Front loading cone filter with removable liner
    • Water window and hinged tank

    17. Cooper Zen in Black Tea Pods, 1-Pack, (18 Single-Serve Pods)
    list price: $5.99
    our price: $4.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001N48S6
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 1444
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    Features

    • Zen in Black Teapods used to make one cup of tea in Melitta One:One pod coffee/tea system

    18. Cooper Shades of Jade Green Tea Pods, 1-Pack, (18 Single-Serve Pods)
    list price: $5.99
    our price: $4.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001N48SG
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 1094
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Shades of Green teapods used to make tea in Melitta One:One one cup pod coffee/tea system

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Jade Green Tea is the best I have tasted
    I recently bought a Melitta One:One expecting to love the coffee. Instead I love this tea! I have tasted many varieties of green tea in my life. By far, this is my favorite. The hint of lemon is a perfect addition to the flavor and not overpowering.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Jade Green Tea is the best I have tasted!
    I recently bought the Melitta One:One coffee maker expecting to love the coffee. Instead, I love this tea! The hint of lemon is perfect. I have tasted many varieties of green tea. By far, this is my favorite. This tea is excellent hot or iced! ... Read more


    19. Melitta Black Coffee Filter Cone 1-3 Cup
    list price: $2.99
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    Asin: B0000CFLCQ
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 14239
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    How does this sound? Get a cup of real coffee in the time it takes to make instant. Too good to be true? Not at all thanks to Melitta's filter cone, which sits atop your mug. All you do is add a paper filter, the coffee, and boiling water. ... Read more

    Features

    • Polypropylene fitler cone
    • Complimentary No. 2 coffee filter

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars So Happy to Find this again!!! Great Coffee Maker!!!!!
    This little gadget makes the best coffee (read about it long ago in a Tony Hillerman novel, and what do you know!, it really was as good as Joe Leaphorn said!). Anyway, I've had a couple of these for twenty years and broke one. I have been searching high and low for years to find a replacement. I'm so happy to be able to buy it again and now I can get extras for gifts. People are always so surprised when they taste the coffee. It's always perfect and tastes much better than coffee made in most coffee makers. As long as you can boil water, you can have a great cup of coffee wherever you go.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Do you really want to taste your coffee? Yes? Get this!
    This is the way to make coffee if you are like me -- love coffee but hate the sour bitter watery flavor you get out of most coffee machines.

    In regular machines, you usually can't taste the difference between brands of coffee. That all changes once you figure out how to make coffee the right way -- in one of these.

    Coffee recipe in the melita:

    3-4 tablespoons of medium ground coffee grinds. The amount depends on the roast of the coffee. Darker more flavorful beans get about 3 tbsp, light breakfast roast beans get 4 tbsp.

    12 oz (1 1/2 cup) cold water in microwave safe measuring cup.

    Microwave 2 1/2 minutes in microwave (until bubbles start forming on the sides of the container) The goal is 155-170F water. (If you happen to have a meat thermometer -- that is medium well.)

    ***DON'T boil the water**** it leaves the coffee tasting bitter and horrible.

    Hotter water gives you more bitter coffee, but takes less grinds. Cooler water gives less bitter more flavorful coffee, but uses lots and lots of grinds to get full flavor.

    Now, pour the water through the grinds in your melita filter and into your cup.

    Mmmmmm java-licious.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great little thingy
    This little doodad is a great item to have. Not only is it quicker than waiting for an entire pot to be made, but it's a fresh cup every time you need it. Only criticism I have, is that it's a little difficult to find in stores.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sometimes the simplest things are the best things
    I've had this little filter cup since grad school. For a quick cup, it can't be beat. Clean-up means dumping the filter into the trash and swishing out the filter under the tap. I am rather nostalgic about this filter, as my flute teacher would use one to make a cup of French Roast before we started a lesson.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Single cup, better than instant!
    I have one of these and wanted to get one for my mother-in-law who appreciates good coffee but who can't be bothered with having to brew a whole pot. I've looked locally, but haven't been able to find it ... and voila, here it is! Search no more! This little jobby makes great tasting coffee ... just scoop in a few tablespoons and pour over hot water, and enjoy. I can't stand the flavor of the inexpenive coffee we brew at work so I keep one of these in my drawer at the office. Now I can make GOOD coffee at a fraction the cost of one of the coffee stores. I also use it while camping or traveling. Enjoy your coffee! ... Read more


    20. Melitta MEFB1B 12-Cup Basic Coffeemaker
    list price: $39.99
    our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000645YR
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Melitta
    Sales Rank: 9989
    Average Customer Review: 3.22 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    This coffeemaker brews up to twelve 5-ounce cups of coffee at ahigh temperature with an accelerated speed--35 seconds per cup, with afour-cup minimum. For a quick pour, the coffeemaker automaticallypauses the brewing process for 30 seconds when the carafe is removedfrom its warming plate. The glass carafe has a guard to protect theknuckles and is dishwasher-safe. On the coffeemaker's left side is atransparent gauge for monitoring the water level. The filter basketaccommodates cone-shaped paper filters and removes for filling andcleaning. Lightweight and clad in bright plastic, the 1,450-wattcoffeemaker has push-in cord storage, measures 13-1/2 inches high, 8inches wide, and 9-1/2 inches deep, and carries a one-year warrantyagainst defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures 13-1/2 by 8 by 9-1/2 inches
    • Brews 12 5-ounce cups of coffee at high temperature for speed
    • Automatically pauses when carafe removed for mid-brew pour
    • 1450 watts; transparent water-level gauge; push-in cord storage
    • Dishwasher-safe glass carafe with knuckle guard

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is what I wanted a GOOD basic coffeemaker!
    I have grown so tired from decades of buying coffeemakers with all the bells and whistles only to either have the bells stop ringing and the whistles stop blowing or having all the buttons and lights looking great from the top of my garbage bag as it joined all the other "sophisticated" coffeemakers. All I wanted was a coffeemaker that I could push a good big start button and 5 minutes later I could pull out the glass pot full of good, hot, rich coffee that even poured from the pot without dripping down onto my counter and sometimes my pants unless you got into the "zone" of pouring from a spout that was simply designed by a engineer who loved having his milk first thing in the morning from a cardboard half gallon container but not a spout from a glass pot. However, reaching the "zone" of anything was what I was drinking great coffee for. Basically I want an invisible coffeemaker. I don't even know or want to know if it turns itself off after a period of time...I just turned it off when it was finished and filled up my thermos with coffee that was, can you believe it, steaming hot and ready to give me refills all morning long. I could go on and on about its lack of features other than the ones I needed, but that would just be a waste of both of our times. This is a good simple coffee maker that I am sure will just do its job for years...Oh, I nearly forgot, the price is great.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Melitta Malady
    As a follow up to an earlier positive review, my unit lasted 16 months and no longer heats. I thought it might happen but not so quick. Never had one quit that soon in 25 years of owning 4 predecessors; a couple with hi watt elements.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Another in a long line of sad Salton products
    This one doesn't warm but BOILS the coffee if the pot is less than half full, and boiled coffee is always foul tasting. As another customer noted, this ill-conceived appliance's design also makes it almost inevitably easy to misalign the pot in the machine or spill some grounds between the funnel and filter, causing an overflow of soggy grounds back into the fresh water reservoir and all over the kitchen counter. It is also impossible to adequately clean grounds from the fresh water reservoir without dismantling the top half of the machine, not a quick or easy project for most people. Finally, after less than six months of daily use, the switch has worn out -- and Salton evidently doesn't sell replacement switches. Apparently there WAS a good reason a local retailer were closing out their remaining stock of this machine at less than the price of a replacement carafe. It STILL wasn't worth the money. I'll buy a Bunn coffeemaker next time.

    5-0 out of 5 stars best coffee maker I've owned
    I read some of the negative reviews and my advice is: "quit your belly-aching"! With careful use and the right formula for coffee this makes a rich, full-bodied carafe of coffee in short time (around 7 min.). I prefer this coffee to any chain store's coffee. I own the one with the atomic clock so it's brewed while I'm in the shower. Makes a great pot every time. My advice is to use a rich arabica blend that's not too finely ground. Natural Melita filters (#4) work fine.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Truly poor design--a booby trap of an appliance
    I purchased this coffemaker based on the rave reviews here. What a let down! If someone were to intentionally design a coffemaker for difficulty of use, this would be it. Here are some examples: The cone cannot stand on its own, so you must pour ground coffee into it while in place. Not so bad, but the water fill is adjacent to the coffe cone, so it is real easy to get some down into the water well. Then, if you don't have EVERYTHING perfectly aligned--the carafe lid, the position of the carafe, the cone itself--you'll end up with an overflow of ground coffee and hot water... all over the counter AND into the water well. The top lid lifts up and, attached to it is the hot water dripper. So watch out--easy to get burned by steam and then the condensation drips back into the well and begins perking again. Now, when and if you're successful brewing a pot without a mess, the burner is so hot you simply can't leave it for more than a few minutes without totally ruining the taste. Really Melitta, I can't understand how you could produce such a horrible coffemaker! ... Read more


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