A Capresso coffee maker can be a good fit for any household, with simple to manage operating procedures. However, if you’ve never had a coffee machine before, it can be confusing to get it to work right for your everyday cup of joe. Here’s everything you need to know about using a Capresso coffee maker, simplified for you into three main ways.
Read the Instruction Manual
This may seem like a given, but before you start attempting to work your Capresso coffee machine and get confused with the settings, read the instruction manual that came along with your purchase. As every model is different, the manual that comes along with the one you chose will tell you specifically what to do when using your machine.
Engage in the Essential Steps to Make Coffee
First, pour water into the tank and make sure it stays within the marked limit, coffee may overflow when you start the machine.
Now, fit in the filter holder into the housing, and ensure it “clicks” to fit securely. Use either a gold tone filter or a paper size four filter and place it into the filter holder.
Next, pour your coffee grounds into the filter, at a ratio of one tablespoon of coffee grounds to one cup of coffee. Make sure that you close the top cover securely and that it fits properly on the carafe.
Place the carafe into your Capresso appliance.
Clicking on the on/off button, you’ll notice that the indication with the words “Run” will turn red, indicating that your coffee is beginning to brew.
During this stage, it’s important not to open the lid lest you’re not afraid of getting burned by hot water that could potentially spill out. Once the brewing noise is over, you may lift the lid.
If you need to, at any time during the machine's operation, you can click on the main on/off button twice to halt the brewing process. You may remove the carafe from the setup for around half a minute during brewing to pour yourself a cup of coffee before brewing finishes.
Enhance Your Coffee Tasting Experience with Additional Steps
To make a delicious cup of coffee, it’s not only important that you select the right coffee beans that suit your personal taste preference, but you should also regularly clean your capresso coffee maker.
You can do so using cold, clean water to clean the machine. This will help ensure the taste of your coffee is not compromised by dirt or other buildup particles.
Storage of your coffee grounds is another important factor. When not in use, you should store your coffee grounds in a cool and dry place. Once you’ve opened a package of it, remember to seal it or transfer it into an airtight container so that its freshness lasts longer.
As a pro tip, you should also choose whole coffee beans over pre-grinded ones and grind them soon after purchase to ensure the best quality flavor you can get from your home-brewed coffee.If you’re looking for more options to buy your coffee in bulk, consider getting coffee by the case today. Fancy getting yourself a Capresso coffee maker? Check out our excellent range of coffee makers today!