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Various types of coffee machines cater to diverse preferences and brewing styles, offering a range of options for coffee enthusiasts. Here are some common types of coffee machines we stock at Bi - Rite:

1.Drip Coffee Makers: Drip coffee makers, also known as filter coffee machines, brew coffee by dripping boiling water over ground coffee beans. They are popular for making multiple cups at once and are often found in households and offices.

2. Espresso Machines: Espresso machines specialize in brewing strong, concentrated coffee known as espresso. They use high-pressure water to force hot water through finely-ground coffee, producing a small, intense shot of coffee.

3. Capsule Coffee Machines: Capsule coffee machines use pre-filled coffee capsules or pods to simplify the brewing process. These machines are convenient and offer a variety of coffee blends without the need for grinding beans.

Each type of coffee machine caters to specific preferences, whether it's the control of manual brewing, or the intensity of espresso. The variety in coffee maker types allows cutomers to choose the method that best suits their taste and lifestyle.
A manual coffee machine, also known as a lever espresso machine, relies on manual pressure and control to brew espresso. It usually consists of a lever or piston that the user operates to force hot water through the coffee grounds. These machines offer enthusiasts more control over the brewing process, allowing for adjustments to extraction time and pressure to achieve a customised espresso shot. They are often favored by coffee aficionados for their hands-on approach and the ability to fine-tune the brewing parameters for optimal espresso quality.
A filter coffee machine typically consists of a water reservoir, a heating element to heat the water, and a drip mechanism that drips the hot water over a basket containing a paper or reusable filter filled with ground coffee. The brewed coffee then drips into a carafe or pot below. These machines are known for their simplicity and ease of use, making them popular for brewing larger quantities of coffee for groups or households. They offer a convenient way to make coffee without the need for manual control or supervision during the brewing process.
A capsule coffee machine is designed to brew coffee quickly and conveniently with minimal effort. These machines use proprietary capsules or pods that are inserted into the machine, where hot water is forced through the capsule to brew a single serving of coffee. Capsule coffee machines offer a wide variety of coffee flavors and types, as each capsule is typically pre-filled with a specific blend of coffee. They are known for their convenience, consistency, and ease of use, making them popular for home and office use.
An automatic coffee machine often includes features such as bean-to-cup functionality, where fresh coffee beans are ground directly before brewing, ensuring maximum flavor and freshness. These machines may also offer customisable settings for adjusting coffee strength, temperature, and serving size to suit individual preferences. Automatic coffee machines are popular in both home and commercial settings for their convenience, consistency, and ability to produce a wide range of espresso-based drinks with the touch of a button.
Coffee grinders typically consist of a motorised unit with grinding blades or burrs that pulverize coffee beans into grounds of varying sizes, from fine to coarse, depending on the desired brewing method. There are two main types of coffee grinders: blade grinders, which use spinning blades to chop the beans, and burr grinders, which crush the beans between two abrasive surfaces. Using freshly ground coffee beans can enhance the flavor and aroma of brewed coffee, making coffee grinders an essential tool for coffee enthusiasts who prefer to grind their beans just before brewing.
A juicer typically consists of a motorised base with a feeding chute, a spinning blade or auger, and a strainer or filter to separate the juice from the pulp. There are different types of juicers available, including centrifugal juicers, which use high-speed spinning blades to extract juice quickly, and masticating juicers, which use a slower crushing or grinding motion to extract juice while preserving more nutrients. Juicers are popular for making fresh fruit and vegetable juices at home, providing a convenient way to incorporate more nutrients into the diet.
A water filtration system is a device or system used to remove impurities, contaminants, and particles from water, improving its quality for drinking, cooking, and other purposes.

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