Drip coffee machines can be fickle. Sometimes, the coffee tastes watered-down. Other times, it tastes like you’re sipping on a cup of charred coal. But with the Bonavita BV1800, neither of these things happen. Engineered for precise water temperature control, you get a perfectly smooth and flavorful pot of coffee every time.
The BV1800 is my absolute favorite coffee maker. Here’s why :
Top Quality Construction: With a high quality stainless steel housing and glass-lined thermal café, this coffee maker looks sleek and is built to last.
Easy to Use: The water tank is clearly marked, so you put in exactly the right amount of water. The tank also has a wide opening, so it’s easy to fill. And when you’re ready to brew, just put a filter in the basket, add your grounds, fill the water tank and flip the switch to “On”.
Great Value: The Bonavita BV1800 is more than affordable.
Easy Cleaning: The filter basket allows for quick and easy cleaning, while the exterior can be wiped down with a simple damp towel.
The Best Brew Around: With precise heating & a unique drip design, the BV1800 brews the best coffee in town.
I really want to take a minute to talk about the design of this machine – because it’s really what makes this coffee maker so great. The BV1800 is SCAA (Specialty Coffee Association of America) approved, which means it’s capable of brewing to SCAA’s standards. That’s pretty impressive considering only six machines – in the whole world – are approved by the organization. This German-engineered brewer uses a 1400-watt heater to heat up the water to the optimal brewing temperature (200-205 degrees F). And the water is heated up before it ever touches your coffee, which means you’ll never wind up with over- or under-extracted coffee.