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When you get or buy a particular bottle of wine, you don`t know for how much time it stayed on the shelf. So, before consuming it, you need to check on some stuff. Firstly, you need to take a look at the expiration date, which is pretty long, like for any alcohol. However, being careful is always a good thing. This means that you give the wine some time for breathing before you consume it.
Aerating can be done with wine aerator or with a decanter. If you choose decanter, you need to pour around half a bottle of wine into a glass decanter. You should leave it for about 24 hours. In the other case, when using wine aerator, this process is finished much faster. There are several types of aerators you can choose from. We will try to present you with all the characteristics of wine aerators and how you can use them.
As we said, allowing wine to contact with oxygen will improve its taste. A wine aerator is a device that will give you a certain amount of wine oxidized in a matter of seconds. Opposite to the decanters, which are aerating large amounts of wine and need too much time to do it. That`s the reason people are mostly deciding on using a wine aerator.
Aerating is mostly practiced on younger red wine. After you open a bottle of a young wine, the air pours in and imitates the aging process. This means that oxygen is making the tannins softer and makes wine tastier in the same process. If you left your wine opened for several days, all of the alcohol will evaporate. So that is not the way to do it. Aerating is the answer to this kind of issues.
Wine Aerator Types
On the market, you can find various kinds of wine softeners. They are coming in all kind of shapes and sizes. However, there are three main types, and you will find the best one for you among these. We will present you those types.
The first type we will talk about is aerator pourer. Carefully attach it, so it wouldn`t fall off when you pour it. When pouring, the wine will go through the aerator and will get some oxygen injected through the holes made for this reason. After this, you should seal the bottle.
The second one is called handheld aerator. As its name is saying, you are holding it in your hand, and pour the wine through it. It has a filter which will prevent small parts of cork from entering your wine glass. If you want to avoid unnecessary wastes, you should aim directly in the glass, and hold it steadily. When holding it, you should look not to block the holes air comes through in. Don`t pour the wine too fast.
The third and final aerator type is the simplest one to use. You can activate this kind of aerator just by pressing a button, and it will do the whole job for you. But, before you do that, you should place it on the neck of the bottle. Most of these are powered with batteries, four or six of them. Like with previous one, you should pay attention when you attach it on a neck of a bottle.
First off, whether you brew with an Aeropress, French Press, Chemex or Clever, you’re going to spend more money on a single serve coffee maker than on any other coffee gear. And that’s okay, because it’s the most important piece of coffee gear you’ll own.
The single cup coffee machine delivers a fresh cup of aromatic coffee each time. It’s ideal if you don’t have the time to brew a full pot or you simply want only one cup.
Here’s what I consider when shopping for one.
What’s your coffee intake daily… does one cup a day work for you or are you a coffee-holic? Do you like that rich bold espresso flavour or that good old traditional coffee taste? Most of these coffee makers come with a permanent filter. They are easy to clean and you don’t have the concern of running out of paper filters.
However, according to research done by Coffee Dorks, some people prefer paper filters with their single serve coffee makers. The reason behind this is that paper filters trap more of the residual oils and caffeine. Depending on how strong or weak you like your coffee, this would be a personal preference.
Do you prefer the automated features of the drip coffee machines or do you like doing it yourself using a French Press or other manual coffee machines so you have more control of the taste? Do you like to grind your own beans for freshness… or even roast your own beans so you have the absolutely freshest flavour?
Using a single serve coffee maker does not mean having to give up either taste or as many cups brewed for you as you need. They deliver the flavour either one cup at a time or up to 14 cups in one tall, thermally protected carafe.
It depends on how much room is available in the space you have and what your needs are for having fresh, hot, flavorful coffee every morning. Being able to have a cup just as the sun comes up, just before lunch, or even as an after-dinner treat can add the enjoyment to the day only a great coffee experience can bring.
Available Kitchen Space
A single serving coffee maker is just one choice you have among the best pod coffee makers. A single serving maker delivers one fresh cup at a time. the benefits are that there is no pot sitting for long periods of time on the burner or wasting coffee when all you need is just one cup at a time. these coffee makers can fit almost anywhere even if there is only a tiny amount of available space.
RVs, dorm rooms, cubicles, very small break rooms, kitchenettes, or even bedrooms can have coffee readily available when needed. Single serve does not have to mean only one cup can be made at a time. many small single servers have a reservoir that can hold multiple cups at a time. this means that instead of going into a pot, a single serving of coffee is brewed at a time and flows into a cup. Some single servers’ small coffee makers have an adjustable spout that works for taller cups or travel mugs.
They often feature a coffee grinder eliminates the need to have a grinder on your counter or in the cupboard. this can be a fantastic space saver. many of the smaller single-serve machines use pods or packets that are pre-packaged; that frees you from having to measure or pour out loose coffee grounds.
We are pleased to announce the return of New York’s annual Food and Kitchen Expo for 2018. Last year’s event was a massive success for both shoppers and vendors alike, and this year promises to step up the game even more. We’ll be showcasing classic products that shoppers come year after year to see: BBQs, state of the art refrigerators, and microwaves with the newest technology to name a few. There will also be an even larger section of vendors for home décor and dinnerware than last year since it was such an overall hit with shoppers. A new aspect of this year’s event is the food sampling arena- make sure you come hungry! We’ll have local restaurants and catering companies providing samples of their unique dining options. How does pulled pork sliders with pineapple salsa sound to you? We gave it a resounding yes! From traditional American cuisine to Southeast Asian delicacies, be prepared to give your taste buds an experience they won’t forget.We can’t wait to see you there!
When: June 16-18, 2018
Where: Location TBD
Tickets: Check back for details!
We can’t help but notice the influx of mid-century design elements reappearing in the kitchen space. It seems like a trademark of the past two decades is to copy things from the past- neon clothing from the 80s, hairstyles from the 70s, and now home décor and dishware from the 50s. However, we can’t complain. There’s something exceptionally charming about serving your family a casserole out of beige Pyrex dishes with an orange stripe and the delicate little logo. We love seeing the return of hairpin table legs and Eames chair, regardless of how uncomfortable they are.
Why do we continue to bring back things from the past and rebrand them as new and trendy? One theory is the nostalgia factor. For many of us who grew up in the 50s, the décor our parents worked so hard to afford and style the house with brings a sense of comfort to us. In the current era, technology and minimalism are all the rage. Modernism in design was starting to takeover until the craving for a sense of history and thehome was brought forward. We’re so glad it was!
With a new year of technological advances brings a new year of products to choose from. If you’re in the market for a new coffee maker, there are more options than ever making choosing the right one for you a challenge. Luckily, we’ve done all the research for you and compiled a list of the best options for your coffee brewing needs. Here are the top 3 we recommend:
- Keurig K575. This beauty has all the inner workings of an industrial coffee making machine but sized perfectly for your kitchen counter. Keurig has been around for a while now, the brand isn’t as exciting as when it first came out. However, this model will change your mind on that. You can customize the water temperature, size of thecup, and set a timer for it to start automatically each morning. What more do you need? Plus, there are so many cool accessories you can buy alongside the machine to make your brewing experience even better. You can buy hundreds of different K-Cup brands to suit the preference of everyone in your household, or you can buy a reusable cup that you can fill with the grounds of your favorite blend. The options are limitless!
- Cuisinart SS-15C.Now, this machine literally meets all your coffee needs. Not only can you brew enough cups for your family and guests in one go, it has a built-insingle-serve compartment where you can insert K-Cups or a reusable cup. When you’re the only one having coffee, use the self-serve. When you have 2 or more drinkers, use the cannister for drip coffee. Best of both worlds! Plus, it’s sleek and trendy design make it a shining star on your countertop. No one wants an eye-sore sitting in their kitchen every day. Luckily this model comes in a variety of colors to suit whatever your kitchen’s theme and décor currently is.
- KitchenAid KCM1204OB. This gorgeous machine is the top of the line in KitchenAid’s coffee maker selection, and it’s no wonder why. It comes with so many impressive features that make it exceptionally worth the money. There’s a pause button if you want to pour a cup of coffee mid-brew, a setting to select how bold you want the strength of the brew to be, and it has a small batch mode for fewer guests. How cool are those features? This model is unlike any we’ve ever seen and has earned its spot on our best coffee makers to buy list!
Now that you have three of the best recommendations for coffee makers on the market in 2018, how do you choose just one? You should consider how often you have guests over that enjoy coffee and how many members of your family start their day with a cup of joe. Each household had different needs, so assessing those needs is the first step. If you end up choosing a model listed here, let us know what you think! We love reading your reviews on products we suggest in our buying guides.