Enjoying a variety of drinks right from the comfort of your own home is a luxury that many desire. Instead of having to travel all the way to the local café to grab a refreshing drink imagine walking into your kitchen and having a delicious beverage ready in minutes. Now, you can do just that! With the help of these 3 convenient drink makers you’ll be able to quench your thirst any time of day without even having to change out of your pyjamas!
Everybody loves a delicious cup of coffee to start the morning off right, but why not spice things up a bit? With an espresso maker, like this DeLonghi Icona, you can enjoy a wonderful cup of cappuccino in your very own kitchen. Complete with 15-bar pump pressure, a stainless steel milk frother, a 2-in-1 filter holder you’ll never have to buy another espresso again. The 1 litre water tank is easily removable for washing and filling purposes, and the machine itself comes in various glossy colours that are sure to add to your kitchen décor.
Leading a happy and healthy life relates directly to what you put in your body. With your very own juicer, such as the Philips Avance stainless steel juicer, you can treat yourself to a healthy homemade fruit or vegetable juice drink. Filling your body with the essential vitamins and nutrients has never tasted better; the integrated pulp catcher will keep your drinks smooth and satisfying every time. With 2 speed setting for both soft and hard fruits, as well as a 1.5 litre juice capacity, you won’t even have to first cup your fruit up into slices. Truly convenient!
For a useful drinks maker that quickly and easily prepares a range of your favourite beverages, try the Bosch Filtrino machine. With a 2 litre tank capacity, a hot water dispenser and an integrated Brita filter you can be guaranteed to make the perfect cup of tea, coffee or hot cocoa every time. It even comes in handy for making your very own homemade soup!
Did You Know?
The most juice extracted from grapes by treading in two minutes (individual) is 20.3 litres (4.47 gal) and was acheived by Martina Servaty in Cologne, Germany, on 13 September 2008.