Double Duty: When to Opt for a Dual Coffee Pot Maker

Not sure why you’d ever need more than the trusty ol’ conventional single-carafe coffee pot? Consider the following scenarios:

  • You’re hosting a party and half the crowd wants decaf, the other caffeinated.
  • The coffee pot at the office is empty almost as soon as you brew it.
  • Your partner thinks you have crazy taste in coffee. (And you can’t stand the boring stuff they drink.)

CucinaPro 9910 Double Coffee Brew Station

CucinaPro 9910 Double Coffee Brew Station

If any of those sound at all familiar, you may find that a dual coffee pot maker is the solution.

Unlike a regular coffee machine, this type of maker contains two brew chambers and carafe spots, so you can make both pots at the very same time. Plus, as far as countertop real estate goes, a dual coffee pot maker is a lot smaller and tidier than opting for two side-by side coffee pots.

One great new example on the market is the CucinaPro 9910 Double Coffee Brew Station, which lets you brew twelve cups of two different kinds of coffee simultaneously with separate carafes, water reservoirs, indicators, and permanent mesh filters. On a smaller scale, for the two-cup household, there’s the decidedly less expensive Toastess TFC-42T Silhouette 800-Watt Twin Coffeemaker with 2 Thermal Travel Mugs, which brews two different cups of 15-ounce commuter mugs from separate brewing chambers.

Toastess TFC-42T Silhouette 800-Watt Twin Coffeemaker

Toastess TFC-42T Silhouette 800-Watt Twin Coffeemaker

So if you’re on the market for a coffee machine that does double duty, a dual coffee pot maker just might do the trick.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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