Setting Up Your Home Coffee Station

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at In this article, we’ll look at the elements that make up a home coffee station and discuss choosing the right components. We’ll also explore some popular brewing methods used in homes and restaurants.

Brew-boss electric home brewer

Brew-Boss is a commercial-quality home coffee station and brewer designed for low maintenance and easy use. It’s built for the daily grind, with its large capacity to brew up to 48 ounces of coffee in one go. The Brew-Boss has an automatic shutoff feature that prevents over-brewing and keeps your home safe from fire hazards.

The machine uses a thermal carafe to brew and then keep your coffee hot until you’re ready to drink or serve it. When you’re ready to pour, press the lever down on top of the glass carafe lid, and it lifts off easily. No levers or buttons are needed! It also has an ergonomic handle, so lifting isn’t cumbersome at all—grab and go!

Mazzer mini espresso grinder

The Mazzer Mini is the best grinder for home use, whether you’re a novice or an expert. It’s automatic, fast, and easy to use. The conical burrs can grind any coffee precisely to create a uniform particle size—from espresso to drip-brew.

The only downside of the Mazzer Mini is its price tag: $599 in 2016 dollars. If you want something cheaper and manual, plenty of other grinders out there will do the job just as well (and maybe even better).

Hario Buono pouring kettle

The Hario Buono Pouring Kettle is a great way to start your day and add to your home coffee station. It’s a beautiful, high-quality stainless steel kettle that easily pours water into your cup or mug. The Buono’s heatproof handle and lid make it safe to use and easy to clean. This model comes in two sizes: 1 liter (34 ounces) or 1.5 liters (52 ounces).

The Hario brand was established in 1921 by Kyuzo Murata. The traditional ceramics of Japan inspired him to create his first coffee dripper—the HAC-1 Coffee Pot made from ceramic—and sell them at the Tokyo Metropolitan Food Show two years later.

The Baratza Sette 30 conical burr grinder

If you’re serious about your coffee, it’s worth investing in a burr grinder. This type of grinder uses two interlocking surfaces to grind the beans, which produces a more consistent grind than blade grinders (the kind that looks like little propellers). They are also easier to clean and maintain since there are no moving parts that can get gummed up with coffee grounds.

And unlike blade grinders, you can use burr grinders to grind anything from spices to nuts. You could even use one if you wanted to make your flour at home!

If you’re interested in learning more about burrs and how they work, check out this helpful video from Baratza:


When it comes to coffee, quality matters. Investing in the right equipment is important so you can brew the perfect cup of coffee at home. With these four pieces of gear in your kitchen, you’ll be able to create delicious drinks that will leave your friends and family wanting more from your ultimate home coffee station.