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Cuisinart DCC-450BK 4-Cup Coffeemaker with Stainless-Steel Carafe, Black reviewed by Skillet Director
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Conair Cuisinart WCM08B 4-Cup Coffeemaker Black with Stainless Steel Carafe reviewed by Skillet Director
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Cuisinart DCC-450BK 4-Cup Coffeemaker with Stainless-Steel Carafe
Conair Cuisinart WCM04B 4-Cup Coffee Maker Black with Glass Carafe
Cuisinart DCC-450 4-Cup Coffeemaker with Stainless Steel Carafe
Conair Cuisinart WCM08B 4-Cup Coffeemaker Black with Stainless Steel Carafe
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Cuisinart DCC-450BK 4-Cup Coffeemaker with Stainless-Steel Carafe, Black reviewed by Skillet Director
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Conair Cuisinart WCM04B 4-Cup Coffee Maker Black with Glass Carafe reviewed by Skillet Director
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Cuisinart DCC-450 4-Cup Coffeemaker with Stainless Steel Carafe, White reviewed by Skillet Director
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Conair Cuisinart WCM08B 4-Cup Coffeemaker Black with Stainless Steel Carafe reviewed by Skillet Director
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Cuisinart 4-Cup Coffeemaker with Stainless Steel Carafe (DCC-450) Demo Video

hi I’m Mary Rogers this is the Cuisinart
for cup coffeemaker with stainless steel
carafe it has a nice stainless steel
carafe has a really nice spout here for
easy pouring it has a brew pause feature
so if you need to sneak a little bit of
coffee before it’s finished brewing you
can do that and just slide it back in
and the coffee maker will continue to
brew the coffee has an on/off button on
the side inside it has little showerhead
here which actually dispenses the water
over your grounds it comes with a
starter pack of number two filters these
are paper filters so they’re really
great especially if you don’t like a lot
of sediment in your coffee comes with a
coffee scoop so it’s really easy to
measure out your coffee it also has a 30
minute auto shutoff after it’s done
brewing it takes up very little counter
space it’s really cute so if you have
you know a small kitchen or you’re just
getting started out on your own it’s the
perfect coffee maker for you

Cuisinart 4-Cup Coffee Maker Buyers’ Guide

How does the 4-cup Cuisinart coffee maker work?

The 4-cup Cuisinart coffee maker brews coffee just as any coffee maker, but it has the option of being able to make up to 4 cups of coffee at once. Start the brew by filling the water reservoir and switching it on. The coffee maker will start to heat up the water as you are doing the other steps. Then open the carafe cover, fill it with cold water a bit more than the amount you need for the coffee and close the carafe cover. Then, open the water reservoir and pour the carafe water into it. Add your ground coffee according to how many cups you are making and insert a #2 paper filter or permanent filter so the machine can filter and brew your coffee.

What does the 1-4 cup setting do on a Cuisinart coffee maker?

The 1-4 cup setting allows you to make multiple cups of coffee with one brew, or even just one cup if that is what you desire. A cup on a Cuisinart coffee maker is considered to be 5 ounces. When brewing, add the ground coffee according to how many cups you are going to make. The water in the carafe should also be added according to the desired coffee amount. Coffee bars would recommend adding around 2 tablespoons of ground coffee for every 6 ounces of water. Other coffee manufacturers would say to use one tablespoon per cup. Cuisinart recommends using 1 to 1½ tablespoons of ground coffee per cup. The amount of coffee depends on how strong you want it to be, so don’t be afraid to switch up the amounts according to your taste.

A product price updated on 2020-03-28 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate a Skillet Director team earns from qualifying purchases.

Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.