Coffee Maker Brewing Guide
By our own standards, we still think a handmade cup of D'amico coffee will always be more special, but sometimes, we all feel the need to press a button and let the gentle hum of modernity ease our busy, bothered minds. The first automatic drip brewer was patented in the 1950s and has since become a fixture in hotel rooms, break rooms, and the kitchens of coffee connoisseurs and novices alike. D'amico Coffee - with the right amount of fresh coffee at the right grind - will give you a more delicious cup without sacrificing any of the convenience.
Pour 1½ cups (350 g) of cold water into the coffee maker reservoir.
Place filter in coffee maker basket.
Empty contents of D'amico Coffee into filter.
Turn on coffee maker.