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Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages across the world. The world is divided into two parts – The coffee drinking and the tea drinking people. Majority of Westerner’s drink Coffee heavily whereas most Easterners drink tea.

Coffee comes from various regions; its taste and purity vary.

There is also difference between how you make it and what ingredients you put in. As a result, there are many different coffee types and many ways to make coffee. There are many Coffee chains which are loved for the variety of coffee and their unique recipes and styles of making coffee. The way a Nescafe is made is completely different then McCafe or Starbucks. Coffee from Gloria Jeans is quite different then from Kopi Luwak’s.

From all the different topics of Coffee, this lists top choices and stats.

Coffee, Better
One of Coffees main ingredient is water, Better Water = Better Tasting Coffee

Top Coffee Machines & Coffee Makers

Best Selling Coffee Machines on Amazon

Best Selling Single Serve Brewers on Amazon

Best Coffee Makers - According to Digital Trends

- Bonavita 1900TS - Best overall

- Mr. Coffee Optimal Brew - Best keep-it-hot coffee maker

- Cuisinart DCC-3200 - Best on-demand coffee maker

- Keurig K55 Single Serve K-Cup Coffee Pod Maker - Best one cup

- DeLonghi BCO430 - Best combo coffee/espresso machine

Best Coffee Makers - According to wirecutter By Raphael Brion

- OXO On 9-Cup Coffee Maker - The best coffee maker

- Kalita Wave 185 Dripper - The best dripper

- Hamilton Beach 12-Cup Coffee Maker (46205) - The best budget coffee maker

- Bodum Chambord - The best French press

- OXO Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker - The best cold-brew coffee maker

- Breville Bambino Plus - The best espresso machine for beginners

- Rancilio Rocky - The best espresso grinder

Top 5 Coffee Makers of 2019 - According to Consumer Reports By Daniel Wroclawski

Today’s coffee makers do far more than brew a pot of joe. Some grind beans, others froth milk for specialty drinks such as lattes and macchiatos, and a few even brew iced coffee. CR’s extensive lab tests—and our reviews of top models, here—can help you zero in on the machine that’s right for your kitchen.
And new features aren’t the only improvements we’ve seen lately. “Over the past few years, coffee makers have also gotten faster at brewing,” says Ginny Lui, the CR test engineer who oversees the coffee maker lab.

1. Bella Single Serve with Water Tank BLA14585

Bella Single Serve with Water Tank BLA14585 is one of the best Keurig K-Cup brewers you can buy, and it also gives you the option of using loose grounds. It performs well in most of our tests and earns an Excellent rating for convenience. It falls short a bit in our brewing range test, which gets at the ability to vary the strength of the coffee. Not a problem, though, if you like the cuppa joe you can make from the limited range the Bella offers. As for other features, this model comes with a removable reservoir, a height-adjustable drip tray, and auto-shutoff.

2. Cuisinart Burr Grind & Brew DGB-700BC

If you want a coffee maker that freshly grinds beans right before brewing, check out the Cuisinart Burr Grind & Brew DGB-700BC. In addition to its built-in grinder, you’ll get a permanent filter, a water filter, auto-shutoff, programming, a small-batch setting, and brew-strength control. This model earns superb scores in our tests—and, as a group, Cuisinart grind-and-brew machines receive an Excellent rating for owner satisfaction in CR’s survey.

3. Cuisinart Coffee on Demand DCC-3000

The Cuisinart Coffee on Demand DCC-3000 is a self-serve coffee maker, meaning it forgoes a carafe and has you fill a mug straight from its heated reservoir. This model does well in our tests, and Cuisinart self-serve machines receive a Good rating for predicted reliability. The feature set includes a removable reservoir, a permanent filter, a water filter, a cleaning indicator, auto-shutoff, programming, and a small-batch setting.

4. Cuisinart PerfecTemp 14 Cup Programmable DCC-3200

A traditional drip coffee maker, the Cuisinart PerfecTemp 14 Cup Programmable DCC-3200 makes plenty of java for a full house, thanks to its 14-cup glass carafe. It features programming, auto-shutoff, a cleaning indicator, a permanent filter, a water filter, brew-strength control, and a small-batch setting. This model receives an Excellent rating for brew performance and does well in our other tests, too. It’s a bit pricey, but for the investment you can count on an all-around great machine you can rely on for both dinner parties and chaotic mornings.

5. Hamilton Beach 12-cup Programmable 49465R

The unassuming, inexpensive Hamilton Beach 12-cup Programmable 49465R might be easy to miss, but it can brew a mean cup of joe at a fantastic price. In a basic black-plastic finish, it has the essentials—it’s programmable, as its name suggests, and offers auto-shutoff—and it offers solid brew performance and can make a fresh pot in just 10 minutes. This model even earns a Very Good rating for convenience. At around $25, this simple model will get the job done.


Top 10 Coffee Brands - According to By Hitesh Bhasin

1. Starbucks

Starbucks is clearly leading the pack where Coffee chains are concerned. Starbucks has a 10.1% share of the US ground coffee market and it has above 50000 stores across the world. Starbucks sells millions of Coffee cups in a day. Many people are used to drinking a Starbucks coffee in the morning.

The brand has used very smart advertising and product placement over the years. It is known to have very good cookies and other assorted baked products which customers can have along with coffee. As a result, Starbucks is the second most popular Coffee brands in the world.

2. Costa Coffee

One of the largest Coffee chains in Britain and one of the long-standing competitors of Starbucks, Costa Coffee is the second highest selling coffee chains in the world and hence one of the top Coffee brands in the market. Costa Coffee is present in almost 31 countries and has more than 5000 outlets serving coffee.

Hot chocolate, tea, Cold drinks like cold coffee and ice blends, sandwiches and other supplementary foods are some of the variety of food & beverages offered at Costa coffee. Costa Coffee has positioned itself as a premium brand of Coffee and it maintains that image through its amazing outlets and through its rich coffee. However, there is a big gap between Costa Coffee and Starbucks in terms of total Coffee cups sold.

3. Dunkin Donuts

Dunkin Donuts is just behind Starbucks in the number of stores in the world. Dunkin Donuts is famous for its Donuts and these donuts are generally accompanied by some really good coffee. William Rosenberg, who started Dunkin Donuts actually found that Donuts and Coffee are a really attractive combination while selling both of them at Construction sites and factories. Since the 1950’s Dunkin Donuts has been filling people’s stomach and wetting their mouths with the delicious taste of their coffee. In the US alone, Dunkin Donuts has a ground coffee market share of 7.1%.

4. McCafe

McCafe is owned by McDonald’s and was launched in 1993. There are countries like Australia and New Zealand where McCafe is the leading coffee chain in the country. One of the key advantages of McCafe is the vast presence of McDonald’s. Wherever a McDonald’s store exists, there is already space to brand out into a McCafe store as well.

As we know the potential of McDonald’s and its speed of expansion in developing and developed nations, we can be sure that McCafe will have a much wider presence across the world in the coming years. McCafe is known to have other beverages besides coffee so it will never become a majority coffee seller only. Nonetheless, the share of Coffee on their counters is higher than other beverages, especially in the west.

5. Tim Horton’s

Tim Horton’s originated from Canada and has a fantastic presence in Canadian market. In fact, it has one of the highest coffee chain turnovers of Canada. Tim Horton’s sells both – Donuts and Coffee and it is known to be a multinational fast food restaurant known for its quick service.

Tim Horton’s has been purchased in 2014 by Burger King. Burger King wanted to find an answer to McCafe by McDonald’s and instead of starting their own coffee chain, they directly purchased Tim Horton’s which already had a good market share in Canada and the US. Because of its market penetration, Tim Horton’s is one of the biggest Coffee brands in the world.

6. Gloria Jeans

Originated from Chicago US, the Gloria Jeans coffee company today has more prominent presence in Australia where it has more than 450 outlets of Coffee. Gloria Jeans is now owned by an Australian company known as Retail Food group. Retail food group already has 600 or more stores of Coffee in Australia.

The purchase of Gloria Jeans coffee brand cemented its position as the leading coffee manufacturer in Australia and one of the top Coffee brands in the world. Gloria Jeans has more than 1000 stores across the world and is known for its excellent and premium Coffee. A problem with Gloria Jeans has been that it has repeatedly been embroiled in controversies, affecting its public image and its expansion.

7. Nescafe

Nescafe is a favorite wherever you go across the globe. From the west to the east, Nescafe is a brand of instant coffee you can find anywhere. One of the main reasons Nescafe is so popular is the backing of Nestle and its deep pockets. Nescafe also was very smart in marketing and its advertising tune won hearts back in the 90’s.

Nestle has a wide presence across the globe due to brands like Maggi, Nescafe and many other FMCG brands under its belt. Due to this distribution support, there is no doubt that Nescafe is doing a massive turnover and hence is one of the top Coffee brands in the world.

8. Folgers

Folgers coffee is one of the largest sold coffee brands in the US. It is known for its ground coffee and started the ground coffee revolution in the US. It was bought by Procter and Gamble in 1963. With P&G’s deep pockets, Folgers reigned as the clear leader of Coffee brands for decades in the US.

Folgers is a very old brand which was founded in 1850 and has been enriching its customer’s lives with a fantastic taste of coffee and its variants. Folgers is consistently ranked amongst the top 5 coffee brands in the US. A few years back it was selling more coffee cups then Starbucks. But Starbucks expanded very fast thereby earning the number 1 spot.

9. Keurig

Keurig is one of the top Coffee brands giving Folgers a run for its money in today’s day and age. Keurig has 11% market share in the US for its ground coffee. Keurig is manufactured by an American company known as Keurig green mountain. One of the most widely sold coffee type of Keurig includes the K-cup pods, which are also supplied in Starbucks, Krispie Kreme, and other Coffee outlets.

Keurig has more than 400 varieties of beverages and 60 brands of coffee. Keurig became famous because of its innovative single serve coffee idea and because of its clear target market being the office going crowd.

10. Maxwell House

From the house of Kraft Heinz (known for its Heinz brand of ketchup), comes one of the oldest Coffee brands of the US – Maxwell House. Just like its tagline “Good till the last drop”, Maxwell house is a brand known for its whole bean, flavored and variety coffee beans.

Maxwell house has 14.5% of market share of Ground coffee in the US. It has vast distribution and is known for its rich taste. Maxwell House is also popularly known for its Decaffeinated range of coffee.


Top 10 Coffee Brands - According to Google

1. Starbucks

2. Dunkin' Donuts

3. Folgers

4. Keurig

5. Nespresso

6. Green Mountain Coffee


8. Maxwell House

9. Café Bustelo

10. Lavazza

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