If you can't get moving without a cup of coffee in the morning, then a great coffeemaker is one of those must-have kitchen appliances.

CTV consumer reporter Lynda Steele looks at the latest research to help you find the best coffee machine for your money.

Consumer Reports checked out more than 65 coffeemakers, brands like Cuisinart, Mr. Coffee, and Krups. Consumer Reports' Eric Hado said the most important factor was brew performance.

"Part of what we're looking for in our brew performance test is to see whether or not the coffeemaker can reach the ideal temperature of 195 to 205 degrees Fahrenheit," said Hado.

Testers looked at a range of coffeemakers, from brew to dispense models. Some coffeemakers can brew up coffee for a crowd on one side or just a cup on the other. Others can brew two types of coffee into two thermoses.

And single-serve coffee pod machines are growing in popularity as well. So testers examined more than a dozen brands.

"With coffee pods we look for things like brew temperature, consistency, speed, and convenience," said Hado.

Testers top-rated the Senseo Supreme SL 7832 for $125. It was one of the fastest, brewing a cup of coffee in under two minutes. It can even brew two cups at once. And whether you home brew it or get the pros to do it for you, it's money well spent for coffee aficionados who can't go without their favorite cup of Joe.

When it comes to traditional coffeemakers, the Hamilton Beach BrewStation gets the highest rating. It retails for about $45.

With a report from CTV British Columbia's Lynda Steele