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DrugOfChoice
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Grinder: Rancilio Rocky
Vac Pot: Yama 5 Cup
Drip: Krups Moka Brew, Clever...
Posted Wed Jun 6, 2012, 6:04am
Subject: Re: Your Favorite Underrated Drip Brewers
 

Krups Moka Brew.

Not really underrated, but not widely popular (and not currently distributed in the US -- US distribution seems to come and go periodically).

The KMB brews under pressure to produce coffee that is similar in style to filter drip, but stronger, richer, and better. The only form of brewed coffee I prefer is vacuum pot.

 
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phantasm10
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Joined: 27 Feb 2010
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Location: Orange County
Expertise: I love coffee

Posted Mon Jun 11, 2012, 8:35am
Subject: Re: Your Favorite Underrated Drip Brewers
 

missy_ Said:

I am very impressed with this one, although some reviews give it not-so-great marks for reliability and DeLonghi customer service.

Other than that, it appears to be an outstanding machine. Plus it is a real beauty. If I got one that worked correctly, I would be a very happy customer. :)



Thanks for the tip! Good to know.

Posted April 14, 2012 link

I really liked my DCM900....all 3 of them...until they broke.  I got them when Sam's Club put them on clearance.  They looked nice and made a great cup of coffee but each only lasted about a year.
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