Does anyone make a quiet coffee maker?

Does anyone make a quiet coffee maker?

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  1. There are no absolutely silent coffee machines, grinding of grains in a coffee grinder, the movement of the brewing mechanism, the operation of the pump — any of the stages of the preparation of the drink is accompanied by noise. That’s why I’ve bought a French Press from https://www.amazon.com/French-Double-Wall-Stainless-Mirror-Finish/dp/B00MMQOZ1U . It doesn’t produce any noise.

    Does anyone make a quiet coffee maker?

    As for the preparation of freshly ground coffee capsule models, make the least noise. The work of carob coffee machines is noisier. Unfortunately, today manufacturers don’t provide information regarding noise during the operation of manufactured models, so all conclusions are subjective. The main noise comes from a working coffee grinder. Coffee machines with noise insulation work quieter, especially in cases where the casing is made of metal. But the presence of such an option affects the cost of equipment. Thus, it isn’t surprising that premium and flagship models of coffee machines are the quietest; the noise they produce is 20-30% lower than that of economy class models.

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  2. Sure. Cafetières (French presses), pour overs, and Aeropresses are all very quiet. The Chemex sounds like a distant stream.
    Grinding is always loud, though. Some electric grinders are a bit quieter than others, and hand mills are technically quieter, but take a long time and that crunching sound annoys some people 🙂
    The quietest grinder I’ve used is the Lido – E. It’s a hand mill that’s robust and fast, so it’s as quiet as I think grinding can be without actually isolating the grinder in a box. It’s quite dear, though.
    For automatic brewers, it simply varies. They all have to heat and spray or drip water. I seem to remember the Bonavita not being terribly loud, as it bubbles and spurts away.
    Most drip-brewers sound really similar. Some with a vacuum flask can be a little quieter. But they’re not particularly loud.
    Espresso machines are noisy.

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  3. Sure! It’s called a French Press. Bring your water to 200 degrees however you want, and pour it over coarse coffee grounds in what’s essentially a beaker. Four minutes later, plunge the filter down, separating the mingling coffee grounds from the coffee, and you have yourself the best coffee you can make. And it’s absolutely silent.

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