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Ways to Make Coffee that Don’t Take Much Space

Coffee is pretty important to me, but I realized a long time ago that I don’t need a huge electric coffee maker taking up space on my kitchen counter in order to make a great cup of coffee.

Green Cup

For making black coffee….

1. French Press I stopped using my traditional countertop coffee maker and gave it away after I purchased my first French press.  Boiling water and pouring it in a pitcher is no more difficult to me than pouring it into a coffee maker.

2. French press travel mug

Another option, especially if you are the only coffee drinker in your household, is this all-in-one French Press travel tumbler.  (In comes in a variation for tea drinkers as well.)

3. Pour over Cone

Another way to make coffee that takes up very little space is with a pour over cone, which is placed over a beaker or mug to allow boiling water to filter through the coffee.  Some pour over cones require paper filters, but this style has a built-in filter:

4. Percolator

A percolator is a classic stovetop method for brewing coffee commonly used before automatic countertop coffeemakers became popular.

5. Drip Coffee Makers

This single-serving coffee maker comes with a matching travel mug in seven fun colors well five fun colors and two boring, classy colors!

6. Moka Pot

To make lattes and cappuccinos, you have to have a way to froth hot milk.  When I first started making lattes at home, I heated milk on the stove or in the microwave and frothed it with a small handheld whisk.

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