Grind & Brew Coffee Makers: Best Coffee Makers with Built-in Coffee Grinders Reviews and Comparisons
Coffee is an essential part of most people’s daily routine and having the ability to make a great cup of coffee at home is essential. With a coffeemaker that will grind beans and brew fresh coffee, you can not only save money but also enjoy a truly fresh cup of coffee every time. Here are three of the best coffeemakers available:
Breville BDC600XL YouBrew Drip Coffee Maker:
Note: There’s a new Breville coffee maker known as the Grind Control, click here to learn more about it and compare it to the YouBrew.
- First coffeemaker that tailors the coffee for a cup, travel mug or carafe
- Built in 0.5lb bean hopper and integrated burr grinder
- Stainless steel double-walled thermal carafe.
- Produces up to 12 cups of coffee at a time
- Brew Pause feature allows to pause brewing to enjoy your cup of coffee before a full carafe is brewed.
- 7 settings to customize brew strength by increasing the amount of ground coffee
- 5 settings to vary the steeping time of the coffee and water to ensure the perfect cup of coffee
- Heats water to the optimum temperature before adding the right amount of coffee to the right amount of water
- Gold-tone filter removes impurities from the water
- Programmable clock and auto-start feature
See How The Breville YouBrew Works:
Jura Capresso CoffeeTEAM GS 10 Cup Grind & Brew:
- Stylish and compact to fit in any kitchen
- Built in 6 oz. bean container and solid steel conical burr grinders
- Can grind beans to produce from 2 to 10 cups of coffee at one time
- 5 fineness settings for light to dark beans and strength settings of strong, regular or mild
- Easy to read LCD display shows time, grind and strength
- Water filter removes impurities for enhanced flavor
- 2 Hour safety shut off keeps the coffee hot for two hours before automatically shutting off the heating element
- Can be used with or without the grinder, accommodating pre-ground coffee
Cuisinart DGB-900BC Grind & Brew Thermal 12-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker:
- Built in 8 oz. bean hopper and burr grinder that automatically grind beans prior to brewing
- Select coffee strength – strong, medium or mild
- Grind control allows you to program the amount of coffee to grind – 2 to 12 cups
- Water filter removes impurities to ensure great flavor
- 24 hour programmable, can be set to have your coffee waiting when you get up in the morning
- Brew Pause allows you to enjoy a cup before the coffeemaker has finished brewing
- Accessories include charcoal water filter, measuring scoop and instruction book
See How The Cuisinart Grind and Brew Works:
Breville BDC600XL YouBrew vs. Capresso CoffeeTEAM GS vs. Cuisinart DGB-900BC Comparison Chart:
Image Feature 24-hour fully programmable coffeemaker with auto shutoff, brew-pause feature, and Grind off function
Double-wall insulated stainless steel thermal carafe with comfort grip handle holds up to 12 cups of coffee
Built-in automatic burr grinder and 8-ounce bean hopper holds a half pound of beans. Strength selector and grind control fine-tune intensity and volume
Includes: Charcoal water filter and permanent gold tone filter that ensures only the freshest coffee flavor flows through. Measuring scoop. Instruction book
Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
Brewing system doses the right amount of coffee with the right amount of water while heating water to the optimum temperature
Built-in 0.5-lb bean hopper and integrated burr grinder
Carafe' setting with brew pause feature and makes up to 12 cups of coffee
Single Cup' setting from regular to extra-large cup size
Adjustable strength settings
Fully programmable 10-cup coffeemaker with built-in conical burr grinder
Digital control panel; 5 grind settings from coarse to fine; 5 brew amounts
6-ounce bean container; adjustable strength; clock and timer; brew-pause function
Brew with or without the grinder; 2-hour auto shut-off for safety; water filter included
Measures approximately 9-1/5 by 9-1/5 by 15-1/5 inches
Title Cuisinart DGB-900BC Grind & Brew Thermal 12-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker, Brushed Stainless/Black Breville BDC600XL YouBrew Drip Coffee Maker Capresso 464.05 CoffeeTeam GS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder Height 10 inch 16.25 inch 15.25 inch Weight 14 pound 16 pound 10 pound Width 13 inch 14 inch 9.25 inch Length 18 inch 9 inch 9.25 inch Reviews Read Reviews Read Reviews Read Reviews Link More Info More Info More Info
- Best Material and Functionality: The Breville YouBrew has the best brushed stainless steel body and double-walled thermal carafe. The display is the largest and is nicely lit with blue LED backlight, making it very easy to operate.
- Bean hoppers: The Cuisinart and the Breville YouBrew have the largest 8 ounce bean hopper (0.5lbs), while the Capresso has a 6 ounce bean hopper.
- Grind settings: Breville has 7 grind settings, 5 for the Capresso and 4 for the Cuisinart.
- Brewing options: The Breville YouBrew allows you to a single-cup or up to 12 cup carafe (you can choose less than 12 cups). With the Capresso , you can choose from 2 to 10 cups. The Cuisinart requires you to brew a full tank all at once, so if you fill it up with 6 cups worth of water, that’s what you get. If you fill it up with 8 cups worth, and even if you choose to brew 6 cups, it will still brew the full tank, which is a major con for many people.
- Carafe: the YouBrew and Cuisinart have a double-walled thermal carafe. The Capresso has a glass carafe but is also available with a thermal carafe.
Which Of These Grind and Brew Coffee Makers is Best To Buy?
In this case, you really get what you pay for. The Capresso and Cuisinart (under $200) give you great features, but not as good or as advanced as the Breville YouBrew, which is priced over $200, but worth every penny. Take the time to really think about your use and what you really need in a coffee maker, if it’s worth it for you to pay a little extra for some cool features, the Breville YouBrew will be a great choice.
Breville YouBrew 550 vs. 600, What Is The Difference?
we’ve pointed the difference between these two models in a previous post which you can read by clicking here. In a nutshell, the difference is:
- the YouBrew 600 features a thermal carafe, brews a single-cup or your cup selection.
- YouBrew 550 has a glass carafe with warming plate. Can brew a single cup or a full tank only.
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