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:
- 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.
For more details, please visit this post: https://coffeegearathome.com/the-difference-between-breville-bdc600xl-vs-bdc550xl-youbrew-coffee-maker/
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