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  • Coffee Machines For Different Uses
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  • A Brief Overview Of Gourmet Coffee
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  • Various Coffees For The Perfect Cappuccino
    Most of us are not very adventurous when it comes to selecting our coffees. We tend to stick to our favourite brand of all American medium roast, and our most ......... Read More

  • Coffee The Story
    The growing and the drinking of coffee spread around the world rapidly. Coffee drinkers know how to drink a cup of coffee but how many of those know the ......... Read More

  • Caribou Coffee Offers Good Brew Great Atmosphere
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  • The Three Golden Rules Of Coffee Machine Repair
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  • Coffee And Your Health
    If you are a coffee drinker, you no doubt have asked yourself how much coffee is it safe for you to consume on a daily basis. This is not surprising since so ......... Read More

  • Top 5 Best-selling Coffee Makers
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  • Coffee Machines Making The Perfect Cup
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  • The History Of Coffee Houses
    When you want to go to exchange news, share ideas and get advice, you go to a coffee shop. It has been that way for quite some time. Coffee shops had been ......... Read More

There's nothing quite like a cup of coffee in the morning. The aroma alone seems
to wake you up and fill you with energy.How do you like your coffee? There are
so many varieties anymore that it's hard to choose. It may even take an entire
lifetime to taste all the kinds of coffee available today.Where do you think the
perfect cup would come from: a coffee maker or a person?Coffee drinkers use
coffee makers for the convenience these machines offer. Some critics, however,
claim that the appliances sacrifice some of the taste. Recent innovations in
coffee maker technology, however, try to prove the critics wrong.Coffee makers
now prepare each cup with amazing accuracy, getting the temperature right, the
timing down to a split-second and the ingredients measured to near-perfection.
Designed to make the best possible cup of coffee, these smart coffee makers make
each cup as delicious as possible.Regardless, coffee makers are still machines.
And machines can only accomplish so much.Coffee makers are confined by their
functions. Beyond their functions, they can do nothing else. They can't
customize each cup of coffee to fit your character; they make each cup the same
way. Some people are comforted by the fact that each cup the coffee maker brews
will turn out exactly the same. But are you?Isn't uniqueness a part of living?
And don't our little quirks determine who we are? Do we not all have an ideal
blend of coffee in our minds?Coffee makers do not really take that imagined
ideal into account. They simply make a cup of coffee considered by their
designers to be "perfect."They are nothing more than tools, needing human
guidance and input. And machines also have the inclination to break down. A
coffee maker will, eventually, stop making that "perfect" cup of coffee.How
about a barista? Who are baristas?A barista is a person dedicated to creating
the perfect cup of coffee for the right person. They blend, brew, taste, test
and do everything they can do ensure that your coffee is just right. They
innovate, always thinking of new ways to delight you with that ever-flavourful
coffee bean.They are also human, so every cup will be unique -- a flavour infused
with the humanity of the barista. However, their humanity is also a limitation.
Unlike a coffee maker, baristas can't just start making coffee whenever you want
them to. You can't just turn on a barista at any time of the day and tell the
person to make you coffee.Also, being human makes the barista imperfect. Unlike
coffee makers, baristas cannot be preprogrammed to make the exact same cup of
coffee every time.Sometimes, the quirks of a barista make the coffee taste
horrible. But sometimes, the barista includes just enough human quirks to make
the cup just perfect. When you think about it, the coffee maker is necessary to
modern baristas. They need all the help they can get, if they want to
succeed.Coffee makers and baristas work mutually. The barista chooses the
ingredients, finds the right flavours for the right people and guarantees that
the coffee will turn out with the quirks and personality of each person. The
coffee maker takes those ingredients and transforms them into what the barista
envisions -- the right cup for the right person.