Nesco CU-30 30-Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Urn Review

  The first time I ever saw or even heard of a Nesco brand coffee urn was a couple years ago at a trade expo. It was being demonstrated by a competent rep so I put my critical hat on to see where the potential pitfalls lie in this machine. I have to say the rep did a good demonstration and I was pretty pushed to find many negative points with this particular urn. There are always a few of course but on the whole I was impressed. This is why:   Specs It has a read more..

Aroma Stainless Steel 40-Cup Coffee Urn Review

When considering a home based coffee urn, you might pass up the Aroma Stainless Steel 40-Cup Coffee Urn for a fancier model in its price range. But that could be a mistake, especially if you don’t want to be waiting on coffee all  day. My sister and I saw this on display at a bridal fair last month, and she immediately put it on her gift registry since she’s the impending bride. It wasn't as large or fancy as some others, but the specs were enough for her needs. Features: It read more..

Hamilton Beach Commercial 60 Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Urn Review

We never really considered a coffee urn until I got dragged to a comic con-type convention last year. Sure, we entertain and pull out the stovetop percolator a lot, but an urn? The Hamilton Beach Commercial 60 Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Urn proved that urns weren’t just for church kitchens, stuffy businesses and bored rich women. Just goes to show you’re never too old to learn. The line into the place was almost around the block, so some co-dressers (or cross-dressers, or whatever read more..

The Difference Between A Coffee Urn And A Percolator

With all the different kinds of models and brands of coffeemakers out there, it's quite difficult to pick the right coffee-serving machine if you don't have sufficient information handy. Furthermore, it's really difficult to know what's being referred to, especially when you're not familiar with the terms--coffee urn, percolators, automatic drip coffeemakers etc. Some people call them percolators. Others refer to percolators as coffee urns and vice versa. But is there a way to tell the read more..