Imagine this — you walk to your coffee pot and add top-shelf coffee grind. You then press the brew button and it fills your insulated mug all by itself… does it all without you having to add water. The thing is though that this is not a dream. They are so much better than even the machines with removable reservoirs.
Skip to main content. Plumbed Coffee Maker. Only 6 left in stock - order soon. I have had a smaller Keurig machine in my office for years, and it has always been a hassle to refill the water container regularly. Not with this one - it is connected directly to the plumbing using a plastic quick-connect line like the one that would connect an ice maker.
You see, some of the modern coffee makers come with a built-in hot water dispenser that allows you to prepare tea and hot chocolate making your mornings that more pleasant. This function comes off as a real blessing. Second, with hot water dispensers, preparing tea and hot chocolate comes at an instant.
Are you getting tired of filling up that water reservoir on your coffee maker every time you use it? There are a good handful of coffee makers out there that have a plumbing line attached to them out of the box. Some others use standard water tanks but they also have the option to attach a plumbed line with a just little bit of effort on your part.