I love a good cup of coffee. The most over the top cup, but still aweseom, was in Melbourne at Senrory Lab in Melbourne. Expensive, theatrical, but really delicious.
At home I do mostly Hario pour over, Bonavita machine “automated pour over”, and sometimes Bodum french press. For beans we tend to get from local roasters (Toronto), my favourites being Cut Coffee and Hale.
I’m considering upgrading my grinder, and eventually I’d love a good espresso machine, but it’s expensive and takes up more space than I have right now.
The Bonavita machines are excellent, if anyone is looking for something that makes pour over a little easier. In my experience so far I can’t tell much difference between doing the Hario manually and the Bonavita unless I want to make a small amount, then the Hario is better. For over 500ml the Bonavita is really good. It’s one of the few machines on the market that gets the water to a proper temperature, and it has a rain-shower like head so that the water is dripped all over the coffee instead of just in the centre like most machines.