Gourmia GCM4500 Coffee Maker With Built In Grinder
Gourmia Coffee Maker Buyers’ Guide
Once you fill the reservoir with water and switch your Gourmia coffee maker on, a pump at the bottom makes the water flow through the coffee machine. The water is heated while it’s being pumped past the heating element. The water also flows through a narrow needle to make the pressure higher. When this high-pressure and very hot water flows through the ground coffee, the flavor is infused into it. The filter paper under the ground coffee blocks the particles from falling out with the coffee. Your coffee drips through the tube straight into your mug. When using a pod, the mechanism remains the same, and the water flows through the pod.
Once you have unpacked your Gourmia coffee maker, remove any dust that may have built up on your coffee maker. Wash all the parts and attachments with warm soapy water and a soft cloth, then rinse and dry completely. Run one only water brew with the machine to prepare it. Don’t forget to put your mug on the tray to collect the brew. To brew your cup of coffee, fill the water tank, and insert the k-cup into the pod holder or put your ground coffee into the adapter. Close the lid and push the button to start brewing. Your machine will alarm when your brew is finished. You can also stop the brew whenever you would like by pressing the start button again.
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