Monday, November 20, 2006


We absolutely love coffee in our house. I think if he could, my husband would have it continually pumped into him. Well, maybe not, because part of the joy in coffee, of course, is the smelling, the tasting, the feel of it in your mouth. Especially here in the Pacific Northwest, coffee is almost like a religion.

We currently just have a regular drip coffeemaker, but we've always considered getting an espresso coffee maker. There is a lot to think about when considering the purchase of an espresso coffee maker. The sites above give valuable information on the the different types of coffee you might want to make and what to look for in a specific machine for each type. Since these machines can be an investment, it's great to check a reference like this first in order to feel you are making the right choice for you.

Then, make sure to sit back and enjoy your dark, rich coffee treat as soon and as often as possible!


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