Krups FME2-14 Review
Users who enjoy their coffee all day long, will like the large size of Kitchen Aid’s automatic coffee maker. One of its best features is the removable water tank, which is typically only found in automatic coffee makers at much higher prices. Kitchen Aid brings this high-end feature and many other convenient features to this coffee maker.
Brewing does take a bit longer than you’d find in other comparable add grounds, water and go coffee makers, but Kitchen Aid focused on the actual quality of the coffee taste. Their brewing process lets the water settle into through the coffee grounds to absorb most of the flavor.
We give this product high marks for the traditional ease of use, although some may find the programming features a little cumbersome, at first. The coffee carafe, while the largest in our final top 10 rated review list, does have a small pour spout, which is something to know for those always in a hurry.
Good German engineering
Keeps the grounds from getting too hot from steam
Glass carafe can feel thin
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