This fresh Ninja is no java-making master

id=»cnetReview» section=»rvwBody» data-component=»indepthReview»> Modern coffee tastes have moved way beyond your basic mug of drip. These days, java drinkers hanker for a variety of beverages, including stiff shots of espresso, creamy lattes, refreshing iced coffee and practically everything in between. Kitchen appliance maker SharkNinja, formerly Euro-Pro, 스위피게임 (how you can help) feels its new $200 Ninja Coffee Bar CF092 can satisfy many of these cravings right from your countertop.

While the flexible coffee maker does automatically brew in many different container sizes and even boasts its own built-in milk frother, it doesn’t live up to SharkNinja’s hype. More expensive than its predecessor the $140 Ninja Coffee Bar CF080 (itself a mediocre performer), this pricey machine brews coffee that tastes worse. You’d be much better off buying a $190 Bonavita BV1900TS to make big pots of quality drip. For delicious single portions of joe choose the $16 Oxo Good Grips Pour-Over, which serves superb coffee one cup at a time.