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    The retail value of the U.S. coffee market is $30-32 billion, according to the Specialty Coffee Assoc. of America, with specialty coffees comprising 50 percent. To brew the coffee of your choice, households and businesses can choose from a range of devices. The Piamo single serve espresso maker for microwaves, called the world's smallest coffee machine, brews in 30 seconds and costs about $53.
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    The siphon method, practiced at Blue Bottle Coffee, dates back to the 1840s. A Hario TCA-3 Siphon Set retails for $150 and is good for one or two servings. It includes a Yama bunsen burner, hopper, lower bulb, bamboo paddle, stand and filter. It requires butane. Blue Bottle is based in Oakland and has cafes in California and New York.
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  • How many ways to brew a cup of coffee?

    The Clover Brewing System was introduced in 2007 and is found in select Starbucks stores. In this photo, Starbucks barista and shift supervisor Emily Lilo uses the Clover coffeemaker, which retails for about $11,000.
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    The French press, this one by Bodum. Bodum Chambord Coffee Press retails for $55.95 on Amazon. While the coffee from a French press is rich, one down fall is that it cools faster in the low-tech device.
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  • How many ways to brew a cup of coffee?

    The Gran Maestria Titanium by Nespresso is an example of a pod machine. Nespresso pod machines retail for upwards of $100. This C520 one retails for about $650 and up. A milk frother is on the side of machine.
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    Chemex 6-Cup Classic Series Glass Coffee Maker $39.95 The Chemex process was invented by German Peter Schlumbohm in 1941, Blue Bottle says. "Coffee from a Chemex is very similar to drip coffee, except that there's more room for error," Blue Bottle says on its website.
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    Perhaps the least expensive method, the plastic cone typically costs a couple bucks and only requires you to purchase a box of filters. Put the ground coffee in the filter and pour hot water to have the coffee drip into a cup.
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    The Clever Coffe Dripper by Sweet Maria, is a similar to the cone method but it includes a valve on the bottom. Once you lift it off your cup, the coffee stops dripping.
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  • How many ways to brew a cup of coffee?

    This Bialetti Italian stovetop espresso maker retails for about $30. In "minutes," users get "rich, authentic espresso," the company says. It is available in various sizes, like one-cup, three-cup, nine-cup, and 12-cup products. The base is filled with water.
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  • How many ways to brew a cup of coffee?

    Turkish coffee pots have long handles and brew on fire or gas stovetops. Inexpensive models are listed for around $7 on Amazon, but more elaborate products with brass or copper can cost upwards of more.
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