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 What Are Thermal Carafe Coffee Makers 
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What Are Thermal Carafe Coffee Makers
by: Jon Sharm

If you are addicted to fresh roasted coffee like I am, then it's essential that you have great coffee by your side throughout the day. I drink at least 10 cups of the brown stuff a day, morning, day and night. Sounds like too much, huh? Of course it is! I'm an addict!

But when you drink as much coffee as I do one big problem is that having a pot sitting for hours at a time can result in a very unfresh taste. The main cause of this is using a heated brunder to keep the pot hot, and also air gets into the coffee. Such heated burner coffee makers with glass carafes are easy to , but the most important thing is taste so these days I have a thermal carafe coffee maker, and plan to never buy heated burner coffee makers again.

What is a thermal carafe? It's a coffee pot made of stainless stell that holds heat inside for hours on endand eliminates the need for a heated burner, much like the thermos bottles you use to use when you were a kid. This results in a fresher, better-tasting blend throughout the day. You can open the carafe and pour yourself a cup several hours after preparation and the coffee will taste freshly brewed. Thermal carafes of course vary in quality, but they normally keep coffee hot for 4-6 hours, sometimes even longer, and in terms of flavor it will still taste fresh even the next day.

Compare that to a coffee maker with a glass carafe and a heated burner, which can keep your coffee heated for hours but every hour that passes diminishes the quality of the flavour. I myself can perceive a burnt flavour even a single hour after making the coffee, and in the event that two hours or more have passed, I can't even drink it. In the past I would get around this problem by brewing smaller amounts of coffee more frequently, which was somewhat of a pain. are not a total breeze, because you have to take time to preheat the water before you brew your coffee. This can put you in a bit of a hurry when you're running late. But because of their superior ability to preserve the heat and flavor of every pot of coffee you make, you can make coffee less frequently than you would with a glass carafe coffee maker.If you down coffee all day long and flavour is as important to you as it is to me, then a thermal carafe coffee maker is essential.

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Jon Sharm is a coffee addict and connoseuir, and takes pride in drinking anywhere from 10-20 cups of coffee a day. Read about his favorite kind of of coffee makers at

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