Bonavita 5-Cup Carafe Coffee Brewer

September 5, 2017 - Comment

Bonavita BV1500TD 5-Cup Digital Carafe Coffee Brewer, Stainless Steel Bonavita BV1500TD-5-Cup cofee maker is a new line of the Brand’s newest digital cofee brewer. Its add 5-cup cofee maker is perfect for those who want to brew coffee in a small batches at a time. It makes a good quality coffee for smaller batches. If

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Bonavita BV1500TD 5-Cup Digital Carafe Coffee Brewer, Stainless Steel

Bonavita BV1500TD-5-Cup cofee maker is a new line of the Brand’s newest digital cofee brewer. Its add 5-cup cofee maker is perfect for those who want to brew coffee in a small batches at a time. It makes a good quality coffee for smaller batches.

If you don’t have a big family and you only need to make a cup or two, most of large coffee makers often do not make 4 cups of coffee very good. But this coffee maker solves that problem.  This Bonavita V1500TS is the perfect coffee maker for individuals who prefer to brew their coffee in smaller 4-5 cup batches.

Unlike techno coffee maker, it is very simple to use; there is no frills, no pour while it’s brewing.  But it is known to make a consistant richer and stronger coffee.

There is automatically shut off for convenience.

Product Features

  • Powerful and precise 1100-watt heater maintains optimal brewing temperature of 195 Degree-205 DegreeF (91 Degree-96 DegreeC)
  • Optional pre-infusion mode saturates freshly roasted ground coffee to allow degassing before brewing
  • Carafe lid, filter basket, and showerhead are dishwasher safe and all plastic is BPA-free
  • Specially designed showerhead for ideal extraction in small batch sizes
  • One-touch brew operation with auto-off



Comments

AnnetteK says:

Not perfect, merely great. Some of the negative reviews almost caused me to pass on this brewer. I am glad that I decided to buy it, anyway. 

Guy S. says:

Really wanted to hate this coffee maker… I’ve tried – and failed miserably – to make a decent cup of coffee at home. Since the late 80’s…. Two coffee makers. French press. Pour over. Grinding my own beans – beans that were hand picked by elves, roasted under a rainbow, and carried to the store by unicorns. No matter what I try it always tastes awful. Always. 

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