This is a totally unsponsored, unbiased review of the Ninja Specialty Foldaway Frother Coffee Maker. This post includes affiliate links. I strongly contemplated getting a regular drip coffee maker for $20 from our local dollar store. But I’m so glad I didn’t. Here’s why.
Good coffee makes a really big difference to me. Not to sound like a snob, but I’ve had cheap coffee makers, and I’ve had good coffee makers. Not only do I taste a difference in the brew, but regular everyday drip coffee isn’t good for everything. The convenience of the Ninja specialty coffee maker made it a total game changer, and I won’t be going back.
Looking past this specific model, I have had really great experiences with Ninja coffee makers in general because of their brew style and customer service. To start, they are designed to make coffee better than regular drip coffee makers by making the most of their grounds. Think of it like a rain shower head rather than just letting water run out of the faucet. One is going to give you a lot better coverage than the other.
Also, customer service has been FANTASTIC for me. I have requested replacement parts via Facebook messenger and talked with a representative over the phone when I wanted to give my baby a deep cleaning. (I used hard well water to brew coffee and things were NOT okay.)
Okay, I could go on and on about coffee makers. Not many people know this about me, but it’s actually my dream to open up a coffee shop in my hometown one day. My mom and I already tackled the clothing store dream, so I’m patiently waiting for time to come on dream #2. But if you’re trying to bring coffee shop quality brews to your kitchen for less money than a 5-star espresso machine, this is the equipment you’re going to want. I wouldn’t steer you wrong.
While you’re here, you may have noticed we did some kitchen renovations! It’s been so fun. We painted the kitchen cabinets because they were the same rich dark color of the floors, and it was all just a little bit too much. Now, they are Moon Shot by Valspar and I love! The cabinets didn’t have any hardware on them originally and I knew that I wouldn’t want fingerprints and smudges now that they were painted. So I chose these matte black handles.
We also took down the two sets of upper cabinets around the window and replaced them with these seriously beautiful shelves that I found on Amazon.
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