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The Morning Cup

Get the perfect cup with the perfect teakettle or coffeemaker. We have the machines with all the features and accessories that you need to get your favorite coffee drinks and tea blends just right.

Drip Coffee Maker

A simple coffee maker that heats water, that filters by gravity through ground coffee in a paper cone and into a glass carafe for serving.

Espresso Machine

From simple to super-automatic, capsule-based or fully manual, the best way to make cappuccino, latte, crema coffee and more at home.

French Press

Heated water mixes with grounds in a beaker and is then filtered by pressing a plunder to the bottom, producing a strong, thick brew.

Coffee Grinder

Available are either blade grinders or more sophisticated burr grinders preferred by enthusiasts for an adjustable, consistent grind.


Available in different shapes and materials, kettles with a whistle are helpful to alert you when the water is boiling.

Automatic Coffee Center

Like a coffee shop on the countertop, these all-in-one machines often make any of your favorite coffee drinks at the touch of a button.


An electric kettle that automatically brews your tea, controlling temperature and steeping time for a variety of popular teas.

Moka Pot

Found in almost every Italian household, this handy two-part stovetop coffee maker brews coffee that rivals great espresso.

Handheld Frother

A handy tool that lets you quickly create milk foam for coffee drinks. Usually battery powered and small enough to go anywhere.

Countertop Frother

A small tool that usually lets you both heat milk or create perfect hot or cold milk froth for cappuccino and more.

Capsule-Based Machine

A coffee or espresso maker that uses sealed capsules of grounds for each serving. A simple, mess-free way to get great fresh coffee.



Unrivalled design, delicious coffee

Capresso was founded in 1994 to provide innovative coffee equipment for those who want the best. Over the years Capresso products have received numerous design and performance awards. Their coffeemakers have set new standards in taste, convenience and design.


Home espresso machines as an art form

Striking and unforgettable, this collection is for the true espresso enthusiast to make perfectly handcrafted beverages at home. Combines sleek Italian design with the latest in coffee technology. Comes in traditional models that use ground coffee as well as one-button capsules.


Italy’s no.1 manufacturer of home espresso makers

Gaggia is the best-known Italian manufacturer of coffee machines for professional and household use. Founded in 1947, it was Gaggia who perfected a device to machine force water to flow over ground coffee to yield the 'crema' so beloved in espresso-making.

Jura Automatic Coffee Center

Touch a button for perfect coffee drinks

Jura is known for creating some of the finest automatic coffee centers in the world. With innovative and user-friendly features, these machines offer an unrivaled level of sophistication and high-end design. They can grind, tamp, brew and clean in under 60 seconds.


The perfect cup in seconds

Nespresso machines use patented Nespresso Coffee Capsule technology and nineteen bars of pressure to deliver fresh, aromatic espresso with perfect crema every time. Nespresso cultivates the finest coffee capsules to deliver fresh, delicious taste with every cup.


Automatic Coffee Centers: A Perfect Cup at the Touch of a Button

For the ultimate at-home coffee bar, think about an all-in-one coffee center. From coffee to espresso to cappuccino and more, just press a button and these amazing machines grind, tamp and brew like a barista, and often froth and pour milk as well, instantly putting a perfect drink right in your cup whenever you want it, with no hassle. A great choice for entertainers.

Grind Your Own Coffee Beans

For the best flavor, buy coffee beans and grind them yourself. Grind only the amount you need for immediate brewing. For filter drip coffee, grind to the consistency of granulated sugar. Grind coffee for espresso almost to a powder. If you have a French press, grind the beans coarsely, similar to dried bread crumbs.

How To Make Cappuccino Foam At Home

A milk frother works best, but don’t have one, use your blender to make the foam. Bring about 1/2 cup whole milk to a simmer in a small saucepan or in a glass pitcher in a microwave. Transfer to a blender and process on high speed until the milk is foamy. Skim the foam off the top and spoon over the hot brewed coffee.

Keep Coffee Fresher Longer

Coffee should be stored in an airtight container at cool room temperature. Never refrigerate coffee, as the humidity will have an adverse affect on the brew. Freeze coffee only if you won't be able to finish your purchase within two weeks. Once removed from the freezer, store in an airtight container and refrain from refreezing.

Dosage Recommendations For Making Coffee

When brewing coffee, use two level tablespoons for each six ounces of water. For espresso, use around two tablespoons of coffee per one ounce shot. If you use less coffee, it will taste watered down. Use more and it will taste strong. Of course everybody's preference is different. To dilute strong coffee, just add a little hot water to your cup.

How To Cold Brew Coffee

Brewing iced coffee requires a slightly different technique than hot coffee. Stir together 1/3 cup medium-coarse ground coffee and 1 1/2 cups water. Cover and let rest at room temperature overnight for up to 12 hours. Strain twice through a coffee filter or a fine-mesh sieve. Mix ice with equal parts coffee and water in a tall glass to taste.

Tea Tip: An Electric Kettle for the Perfect Temperature

With hundreds (if not thousands) of teas available, from robust to delicate, it makes sense that you should use a range of water temperatures to prepare them. Black teas are the heartiest, and should be prepared with rapidly boiling water. Oolong teas are ideally made with water at about 190°F (the bubbles in the water will form vertical rows). Green teas taste best when prepared with water at the gentle temperature of 160°F (the bubbles will just begin to break the surface of the water). Using an electric kettle will ensure the perfect temperature every time.


Let’s Talk Coffee & Tea

Brewing Up Great Ideas for Your Cup

Whether you rise at dawn and salute Earl Grey or a quad shot espresso is your only way to face the day, teakettles, coffee makers and espresso machines are terrific things to add to your registry. There are a multitude of choices to suit every taste and budget.

Think About Your Drink

The first thing to consider is what kind of coffee you love to drink? If regular drip coffee is your drink, a top-quality drip coffee maker should be on your list. If you love strong, black coffee, include a French Press on your list— it’s an easy way to brew a rich, delicious cup. Do you love lattes and espresso drinks and want to make them at home? We have several machines you can use to make café-quality espresso. Or for the ultimate in convenient perfection, automatic coffee centers make extraordinary espresso and more at the touch of the button. For tea lovers, there are excellent brewing machines for you, as well as electric teakettles.

Get Personal

Many automatic machines let you create drinks exactly the way you like and even save your preferences. They’re great if you do a lot of entertaining—you can easily make customized drinks one after the other with and no downtime. If only one person at home enjoys coffee, an single-serve coffee maker that brews perfect coffee one cup at a time is a terrific choice.

Survey Space

A lot goes into a great cup of coffee: grinder, frother, insulated milk container, the machine itself, a teakettle if you enjoy French press coffee, tea or hot chocolate. If you don’t have ample room for all these elements, your best option is an all-in-one machine. There are quite a few automatic coffee centers with small footprints and everything you need built into a single unit: frother, grinder, water heater, and more, all tucked nicely into the machine.

Questions about coffee and espresso machines? Our Resident Chef Joel has the answers. »

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