Tuesday, February 10, 2015

The Coffee Makers History (1800-1850)-coffeegot.com

Drinking coffee is a pastime of millions of people all over the world. Coffee machines and makers make it possible to meet the demand of all these people, and without coffee makers, it would not be possible.
During the years of the opening of the Wild West in the United States, some cowboys made their coffee by straining ground coffee in a clean sock and then dousing the socks in cold water. Then they heated the cold coffee water over a campfire and drank it from tin cups.
      The first coffee machine was invented in 1818 by Mr. Laurens,a Parisian metal smith. The machine was continually modified and new versions of his coffee machine continued to emerge until 1960. This is when the first paper filters for coffee machines were put into use. This simple change created an unbelievable increase in coffee machine sales.  People had always wanted the product, but didn’t like the time it took to clean up and prepare with the cloth filters.
 Coffee makers have changed in design as well. The early ones were just created to do the job; no one really cared what they looked like.
 The coffee today makers come in all colors and sizes to accessorize nicely in any kitchen. There are also many different brands of coffee machines, and each has their own unique looks to attract consumers taste.

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