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Our 5 Favorite ‘No Carafe’ Coffee Makers for On-Demand Coffee

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no carafe coffee makerWho needs a carafe anyway? Check out these two top of the line coffee makers without a carafe that accommodate your favorite cup, mug or any drinking container of your choice.

Read on and be ready to be impressed with and the Cuisinart DCC-3000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker and the Hamilton Beach BrewStation 12 Cup Coffeemaker w/Removable Reservoir-47900 just to name a coupel bestselling machines.

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You can either brew your on demand coffee with a Keurig pod, or with a Nespresso capsule, or with regular scoop coffee grind but you’ll never need a coffee pot. These coffee makers are made smaller for on demand coffee and brew straight into your cup or travel mug.

Cuisinart DCC-3000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker

no carafe cuisinart coffee makerCuisinart DCC-3000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable CoffeemakerThe DCC-3000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker is one of the most in demand product from Cuisinart. It holds up to 12 cups in the double wall reservoir, a sure way to have a freshly brewed coffee anytime of the day.

The program function is user friendly where in you can easily set the machine to automatically on, select brew start time and holds the program until you reset it at your own convenience.

The removable reservoir makes it easy for water filling any time there is a need. It also has a self clean feature with a charcoal water filter that removes water impurities to assure you that you will be getting the best tasting coffee.

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Hamilton Beach BrewStation 12 Cup Coffeemaker w/Removable Reservoir-47900

Hamilton Beach BrewStation 12 Cup Coffeemaker w/Removable Reservoir-47900Hamilton Beach BrewStation 12 Cup Coffeemaker w/Removable Reservoir-47900The Hamilton Beach originally invented the “coffee maker without a carafe” and one of the top of the line when it comes to this kind of coffee maker is the BrewStation 12 Cup Coffeemaker with Removable Reservoir-47900. Who really needs a breakable carafe when it is easy to refill the removable water reservoir of this unit.

You can conveniently fit a cup or a mug with any sizes into the drip chamber. What’s more to this coffee maker, you have an option between drinking a refreshing iced coffee or a relaxing hot cup.

So get your very own BrewStation 12 Cup Coffeemaker with Removable Reservoir-47900 and share a cup with a loved one.

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Here Are a Few More Good Coffee Machines Without a Carafe

Hamilton Beach 12-Cup Coffee Maker, Programmable Brewstation Summit Dispensing Coffee Machine (48464)Hamilton Beach 12-Cup Coffee Maker, Programmable Brewstation Summit Dispensing Coffee Machine (48464)Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Brushed MetalCuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Brushed MetalHamilton Beach 12-Cup Coffee Reservoir Brewstation Summit Ultra - Coffee Dispensing Machine (48465)Hamilton Beach 12-Cup Coffee Reservoir Brewstation Summit Ultra – Coffee Dispensing Machine (48465)

Difference Between Coffee Reservoir Machines & Single Serve Coffee Makers

In case you didn’t realize it there is a big difference between single serve coffee makers and these coffee-on-demand machines by Cuisinart and Hamilton Beach.

These coffee makers brew full 12-cup carafes of drip coffee but instead of storing that coffee in a carafe it is stored in a reservoir within the machine. You can then dispense coffee from the reservoir just by placing your cup under the spout.

How is this Different Than a Carafe?
With a carafe you need to actually pick the carafe up to pour it in your cup whereas with dispenser coffee makers you don’t have to do this. They make refillign coffee in the kitchen a snap.

The cons however have to do with clearning the coffee reservoir which is sometimes a little more challenging and easy to forget about since you don’t see the carafe all day at a passing glance.

With a single serve coffee maker you don’t brew a bunch of coffee all at once and dispense it all day – you litterally brew 6-12 ounces of coffee at a time, each time you want a cup of coffee.

This means that each time you want coffee it will take a new coffee pod, k-cup, or measured scoop of grounds and then you’ll have to wait a minute for the cup to brew… ohh, and there’s no top offs with single serve brewers either.

Obviously there are perks to each of these setups. That’s why we sometimes recommend our customers pick up a coffee maker that brews full pots of coffee and single serve portions. Those can be the perfect balance you are looking for in your morning routine.

The Different Types of On Demand Coffee Makers

Of course anyone brewing coffee directly into a mug or thermos is doing it for convenience usually. Coffee on demand drinkers unite!

Regularly keep your coffee maker’s inner tubing clean and you’ll enjoy perfect coffee cup after cup for a very line time to come!

If you fall into this group there are a few single serve coffee makers on the market that don’t have carafes that also work with a water line hookup. See our post on water line coffee makers to see what is available right now.

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