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In today's brutal city based societies coffee is in great demand. Take a walk around you neighbourhood and you will easily come across several coffee shops around every corner on every street. Not only is coffee in demand in cities but as well as rural fields. Despite the location, coffee consumers are in great numbers and are frequently purchasing coffee in order to start their mornings. Hence, in every corner, in ever little coffee shop there are several coffee maker machines. Industries must serve on a high frequent supply and demand status in order to provide for growing populations all over the world. These coffee maker machines work continuously and non stop, however lets take a brief look at what coffee really consists of and how these machines work and how they come about to serve us that fresh cup of coffee the general population tends to be holding on their morning journeys to subways, taxis, work and schools.
Coffee plants are mainly cultivated within two specified regions, the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. This area is also famously named the Bean Belt. Coffee derives from shrubs and trees, with the average temperature comprising of rain and slight breezes. Within these shrubs and trees, coffee take the simple form of beans, which are come to me known as the very fruit and essence of any coffee plant. There are two main specific species of these trues that give us that rich coffee taste. The first is called the Coffea Canephora, which translated into Robust Coffee, secondly there is the famously known Arabic Coffee.
Now that we've covered a brief section as to where coffee originates from, let us take a look at the typical coffee maker machine, known as the drip coffee maker. It is a very easy going and easily understand machine. The drip coffee maker consists of three separate parts. The first is called the reservoir. This section hold the boiled water required to make your coffee. There is a small hole at the bottom of this reservoir. Secondly, there is a small tiny white tube which ends in the small hole at the bottom of the reservoir, as mentioned a fore. This section carries the boiling water to the specified drip area. Finally, there is a shower head. The name is self-explanatory in terms of action. Water from here is sprayed over the coffee and falls into the cup.