How much ground coffee to add when making coffee in a drip brewer.

Drip brewers are the most commonly used coffee makers and can be found in most households. They make a decent cup of coffee, although you might want to stay away from the lowest price range. The problem with cheaper drip brewers is that they don’t heat the water to the correct temperature, nor do they do a very consistent job of spraying the hot water over the coffee grinds.

You can buy a drip coffee maker locally or, for a wider choice, at Amazon.com.

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