When you hear the phrase “coffee maker,” in all likelihood you picture a drip coffee machine. In the U.S. drip coffee is the default. It’s the kind you get at diners, poured from a glass carafe with a black plastic handle (orange for decaf), kept on a burner for a questionably long time. When you go to Starbucks and ask for coffee — it’s drip. In the average hotel room, you’ll find a drip coffee machine.