Two of the most popular electric milk frothers on the market right now are the Breville Milk Cafe and Aeroccino by Nespresso. These two units give you delicious froth for a Cappuccino or Latte with a simple touch of a button, with the ability to create hot or cold froth. But which of them is best for you to buy?
Breville Milk Cafe vs. Nespresso Aeroccino, What’s The Difference?
Price wise, the Aeroccino is a little under $100 while the Breville makes a more expensive choice with around $30 price difference (as of the time of writing this post, prices may change), which might make the Aeroccino more popular. However, when it comes to features, the Breville can give you a lot more than the Aeroccino, which justifies that price difference right away.
- The Aeroccino takes up to 130ml of milk max for froth preparation and 250 ml for milk heating without froth.
- As for the Breville, it has a higher capacity (max being 750 ml or 3 cups and minimum is 1 cup).
- The Aeroccino has two whisks one for cappuccino and one for latte.
- The Breville Milk Cafe has two whisks for thick Cappuccino froth and smooth Latte froth. With on-board storage for whisks.
- The Aeroccino is very basic to use. Hit a button to get either hot or cold froth within 70 seconds.
- The Breville is just as easy to use, but gives you more options. You can select your desired temperature, from warm to hot or cold. You can also create hot chocolate by adding chocolate sauce, powder or shaving directly to the frother.
- The Breville Milk Cafe has a sensor that knows if you’ve filled it over the max capacity and it won’t operate if it’s over-filled.
- The Aeroccino features a detachable base, stainless steel interior but it is NOT dishwasher safe.
- The Breville Milk Cafe uses induction heating element with a detachable stainless steel pitcher that is fully removable and dishwasher safe. Making it a lot easier to use and clean.
- Both units have clear lids so you can look through as your milk froths.
Watch Breville Milk Cafe in action:
Which Is Best, The Breville Milk Cafe or Aeroccino Plus?
We definitely prefer the Breville Milk Cafe as it gives you more bang for your buck. It has features that aren’t available in other frothers like: Control of temperature, hot chocolate preparation and induction heat. It has the largest capacity, and being dishwasher safe is also a plus.
Got a question about the Breville Milk Cafe? We probably have your answer here!
Aeroccino Plus vs. Aeroccino 3, What’s the Difference?
The Aeroccino 3 is the upgraded model of Aeroccino Plus, which is now a discontinued model. Both frothers perform the same tasks of creating hot or cold froth as well as just heating milk.
The design of the Aeroccino 3 is totally different from the Aeroccino Plus, which had a stainless steel body and a handle. Now, the Aeroccino 3 has a cool-to-touch body so the handle is not required anymore.
The other difference is in the whisk. The Aeroccino 3 has a single whisk with a small detachable part that converts it from a cappuccino whisk to a latte whisk. The Aeroccino Plus had two separate whisks to do that.
What About Aeroccino 4 vs. Aeroccino 3, What’s the Difference?
The Aeroccino 4 has a beautiful design. Although Aeroccino 3 has not been discontinued, the Aeroccino 4 offers more options. You can read our full comparison between the Aeroccino 3 and 4 in this post.
Breville Milk Cafe vs. Breville Milk Frother (BMF600 vs. BMF300):
Breville BMF300 Milk Frother is a basic frother that can operate in three modes:
Cappuccino, Latte or Hot Chocolate.
The only difference these three modes perform is the foam density. Cappuccino has the most dense foam, the Latte is more creamy and less foamy and then the Hot chocolate, where it just heats milk and blends it with any chocolate you add (syrup, shavings or powder).
This model has 8.5 oz capacity, so it’s much smaller that the Milk Cafe. It does not have any temperature control and cannot create cold froth.
Unlike the Milk Cafe, this frother does not work on induction heating. Which means the jug does have some electrical parts, it is not dishwasher safe and cannot be submerged in water.
The Breville Frother, also knowns as the Hot Choc and Froth, is a basic frother that does an okay job of creating milk froth. However, the Milk Cafe offers way more options and makes a better choice.
When looking for an espresso machine that combines practicality, design as well as advancement, look no further than Breville’s espresso machines. The Australian brand is the maker of some of home barista’s favorite machines, like the Barista Express, The Infuser or the more high-end Oracle Touch.
Another machine that has been added to their line is the Breville Bambino Plus. An espresso machine that is compact in size yet packs the features you need to make an excellent cup of coffee without a lot of trouble.
The Breville Bambino Plus falls in the same price range as the Infuser (as of the time of writing – prices may change). So if you’re someone shopping based on a budget (and who isn’t), you might get confused over these two. That’s why we’re preparing this comparison post between the two models.
Breville Bambino Plus – Features and Specifications:
- Innovative thermojet heating system allows the machine to start up in as fast as 3 seconds.
- Automatic milk texturing – select the type of texture and the temperature of milk you want and the steam wand to achieve it for you fully automatically.
- 19 grams dose – the 54mm portafilter can now hold 19 grams of coffee for the perfect coffee flavor.
- Pre-infusion feature gradually increases the water pressure over the coffee ground to ensure full saturation before extraction.
- Digital temperature control (PID) delivers water at the exact right temperature for the optimal extraction of flavor.
- Auto-purge function automatically purges the heat system after steaming to bring the machine back to the right temperature for next use.
- Water reservoir capacity: 64 oz.
- Controls: Button selection for single shot, double shot, steam, milk temperature and milk texture.
- Housing: stainless steel.
- Dimensions: 19.5 x 32 x 31 cm
- Power: 1600 Watts
54mm tamper, Razor Precision Dosing tool, stainless steel frothing jug, single and double shot filter baskets, cleaning tool and cleaning disc.
Breville The Infuser Espresso Machine – Features and Specifications:
- Prepare a single or double shot with pre-set buttons.
- You can reprogram volumes of each selection.
- Manual milk heating and texturing.
- Gauge on the front panel shows you when your machine is at its optimal temperature.
- Built-in tamper.
- Auto purge and pre-infusion functions.
- PID temperature control.
- Dedicated hot water spout.
- Water reservoir capacity: 61 oz.
- Controls: button controls for single shot, double shot, program and manual.
- Dial knob for steam.
- Dimensions: 25.7 x 31.2 x 33.4 cm
- Power: 1700 Watts.
- Housing: Stainless steel.
Razor Dose trimming tool, single and dual shot filter baskets, coffee scoop, stainless steel frothing jug, cleaning brush, tool and Allen key, water filter holder and water filter.
What Is The Difference Between Breville Bambino Plus vs. The Infuser?
First thing to notice is the automation of the steaming wand. The Bambino Plus’s automatic wand heats and textures your milk automatically to your liking while The Infuser’s wand is fully manual. Which means you’ll have to practice your texturing skills and use a thermometer to monitor the temperature of the milk.
The Bambino Plus also has a rather impressive and quick heat up time of only 3 seconds! That’s insanely fast in comparison to The Infuser which should take about a minute or two.
The Infuser has a built-in dedicated hot water dispenser. Which should come quite useful when making an Americano. The Bambino Plus doesn’t have a hot water dispenser.
When in comes to size, the Bambino Plus very compact in comparison the the Infuser or even other Breville espresso machines. So if you don’t have enough counter top space, this will make a lot of difference to you.
If you want to prepare your coffee drinks manually, The Infuser has more room for that than the Bambino.
Breville Bambino Plus vs. Barista Express, What’s The Difference?
Breville Barista Express is more comparable to the Infuser than the Bambino.
When it comes to Barista Express vs. Infuser, you’re nearly getting the same functions on both machines, except for one big difference: the Barista Express comes with a built-in conical burr grinder. This simplifies your experience by having the machine also grind your coffee right into your portafilter. However, dosing the correct amount of coffee is on you. So it is one of those machines that come with a learning curve.
Compared to the Bambino Plus, which will require you buy a grinder separately, the Barista Express is a bit harder to handle in the beginning, requires some practice – same as the Infuser. It is also larger in size than the Infuser and Bambino Plus, so you’ll need to clear some space for it.
If you want an overall solution and don’t mind the learning required to get things right, The Barista Express has it all.
Which One Do You Pick? Breville Bambino Plus or Breville The Infuser?
It all comes down to whether or not you want your machine doing things for you automatically or would you prefer the manual work. When a machine like the Bambino Plus, you will probably come up with a great latte or cappuccino at first use because of: a better dose, automatic milk texturing and heating which can’t go wrong and preset volumes. All you have to do is practice your latte art for when you’re feeling super fancy.
On the other hand, The Infuser, while it offers some automatic features, like preset volumes, and a gauge that guides you on temperature settings, milk texturing and heating is still fully manual, which is the trickiest part. You’ll have to practice getting the milk texture right and monitoring the temperature of the milk as you heat it. If that sounds like something you want to do, then The Infuser would be a great pick for you for sure.
It’s important to note the difference is size between the two machines, though. The Infuser is not a huge machine. Yet, it’s quite big in comparison to the compact Bambino Plus. So make sure you measure your space if you’re purchasing a machine with not much counterspace available in your kitchen.
What Is Breville Precision Brewer?
It’s not the first time we talk about Breville. In fact, it is one of our favorite brands for coffee makers and kitchen appliances. We’ve covered many of their espresso and coffee makers, but today, we’re going to talk about their Precision Brewer.
Breville Precision Brewer prides itself as the world’s first 60 oz coffee maker that is able to make a cup of coffee with total precision, in a fully automatic way. That means, it can prepare coffee in a way that meets SCA’s standards (Specialty Coffee Association) of water temperature and brew time. The Precision Brewer, while fully automatic, it also allows you to customize your coffee the way you like it.
Let’s look at the features in details.
Features of Breville Precision Brewer:
- 6 pre-set brewing modes:
- Gold Cup: Brews coffee to SCA’s gold standards automatically.
- My Brew: Choose your own settings for bloom time, water temperature and flow rate.
- Pour Over: Use this setting to use the machine with your favorite pour over dripper like Hario’s V60 or Kalita Wave. Use the machine to customize the water temperature, flow rate and bloom time, use the adapter to hold your dripper and let the machine do the rest.
- Over Ice: Makes a more concentrated brew that you can use over ice.
- Cold Brew: Set and forget setting for preparing delicious cold brew over night.
- Strong: Create a bold tasting coffee using higher temperature and more contact time.
- Fast: this setting is used to make a full carafe of 12 cups in under 7 minutes.
- Three filter attachments:
- Brew basket for a flat bottom filter for brewing 8 to 12 cups – Included
- Cone filter basket for brewing 2 to 8 cups – Included
- Pour Over adapter for pour over drippers like Hario V60 or Kalita Wave – Sold separately.
- Includes a brushed stainless steel vacuum carafe for 12 cups.
- LCD display with rotary switch for easy programmability.
- Stainless steel housing.
Breville Precision Brewer with Glass Carafe:
Not a fan of thermal carafes? You can now get your Breville Precision Brewer with a glass carafe instead. And of course, it is equipped with a hot plate to keep the coffee hot. Click here to learn more about it.
What Sets The Precision Brewer Apart From Other Brewers:
- Customizable or Standard Brewing: using the Precision Brewer, you have a choice of customizing your cup to your liking or using the golden standard for specialty coffee.
- Flow Rate Selection: One of the special features of the Precision Brewer is the flow rate option. While some other coffee makers can allow you to customize the temperature or brew time, the Breville Precision Brewer gives you the option to also select flow rate speed.
- Special Design of the Carafe: The coffee pour into the carafe through the lid without the need to remove it. This means no heat loss during brewing. Most speciality coffee makers from other brands require that you remove the lid as the coffee brews, which leads to some loss of heat.
- Easy To Use Control Panel: The LCD display makes option selection and customization very easy and quick.
What You Get From Your Breville Precision Brewer:
The Precision Brewer from Breville gives you a lot of versatility without losing quality. Using it, you can make drip coffee with customized settings, a Gold cup, cold brew, iced coffee or pour over. And you can trust your Precision Brewer to make your coffee with true precision, either in water temperature, bloom time or flow rate.
Breville Precision Brewer Comparisons:
Breville Precision Brewer vs. Breville Grind Control Coffee Maker:
Breville’s Grind Control coffee maker is another great option by Breville. But it’s certainly not the same as the Precision Brewer:
- It has a built-in coffee grinder. The coffee maker will grind the required amount of coffee for your selected volume of coffee.
- You can brew a single cup, or other variety of volumes up to 12 cups of coffee.
- Customizations include grind size, strength control, grind time, brew time.
- Unlike the Precision Brewer, there’s no water temperature settings or flow rate settings.
- The Breville Grind Control only makes drip coffee. There’s no option for over ice coffee, cold brew or pour over.
- The Grind Control coffee maker is a great option for someone looking for a quality coffee maker with built-in conical burr grinder that can make both a full carafe as well as a single cup.
Breville Precision Brewer vs. Technivorm Moccamaster:
Technivorm Moccamaster is considered to be an automatic pour-over coffee maker that is certified by SCA. The quality of the machine is superior, and to this day, it is still hand made in the Netherlands. There are many models of the Moccamaster and you can read our comparisons of it here.
In general though, the Moccamaster automatically makes coffee (up to 10 cups) that meets the Specialty Coffee Association standard. However, there’s no special customization you can apply to your brew. In fact, the only button the Moccamaster has is the switch on/off button.
Features of the Moccamaster include:
- Brew temperature of 175F to 185F. Cannot be changed.
- Brews up to 40 oz carafe in 6 minutes.
- 9-hole water outlet ensures full coffee ground saturation.
- Available with a glass carafe or thermal.
- Available in many colors (depending on model).
Breville Precision Brewer vs. Bonavita:
- The Bonavita coffee maker is a lot similar to the Moccamaster. It’s a ‘one button operation’ kind of coffee maker. The machine is programmed to brew to SCA standards, but nothing can be reprogrammed.
- It can brew up to 8 cups, or 5 cups on another model.
- It has a showerhead type of water outlet for full coffee saturation.
- Brewing temperature is 195F to 205F and cannot be changed or reprogrammed.
- Optional Pre-infusion (Blooming) mode.
- Bonavita is available with a thermal carafe, glass carafe or double-walled glass carafe.
Which Coffee Maker Do You Buy?
If you’re looking for precision and versatility, the Breville Precision Brewer has everything you need. Using it, you’re truly in control of your cup. But for those days that you don’t feel like tweaking and just want a good cup, you’ll find pre-sets on the machine to be perfect for that. And the fact that it can brew coffee in different methods (drip, cold brew, over ice or pour over), gives you a lot of room experimenting and enjoying different styles of coffee using a single machine.
If you simply want a good cup of coffee without all the bells and whistles, you can pick between the Bonavita and Moccamaster as both operate the same way. However, the Moccamaster is built to higher standards and is still handmade in the Netherlands, which is something Technivorm prides itself with. The Bonavita is the more affordable option, but it is made in China.
Grinder Recommendations To Pair with Your Breville Precision Brewer:
Need a grinder to pair with your Breville Precision Brewer? Here are a few of our favorite burr grinders:
Breville Smart Grinder Pro is a user-friendly burr grinder with lots of features. It’s great for grinding beans for any type of brewing methods, from espresso to french press. It has 6 precise grind settings, a timer with 0.2 second increments. The LCD display guides you through your settings for easy customization. And if you’re grinding for espresso, you can use the included portafilter holder for handsfree grinding.
Baratza Encore is the most popular entry-level burr grinder. It’s my grinder of choice, actually! It has 40 grind settings to select from. It does a great job grinding for drip coffee and french press, but does not provide the best results for espresso grind. So, if you need a grinder that will also grind for espresso, go for the Baratza Preciso (40 settings, with micro-adjustments) instead, or the Breville Smart Grinder Pro mentioned above, which have more grind settings that allow you to get precise grind for espresso.
In the battle of Grind and Brew coffee makers, two exceptionally good coffee makers stand from the crowd: The Breville Grind Control and Cuisinart Grind and Brew.
How do you choose between different models of Grind and Brew coffee makers? Here are some pointers:
- Your budget will most likely be the first thing to dictate which coffee maker to choose. Although it sounds like these machines perform the same task, they actually vary in price (for different reasons we will be listing in our comparison).
- Know exactly what you need. Don’t go for the fancy features if you’re not going to use them.
- Newer isn’t necessarily better. Don’t be afraid to go for an old model if it has everything you need. Although we do not recommend you go for a discontinued model since it will make it difficult to find parts or support for it when needed.
In the beginning, let’s talk about the features of each of these coffee makers before we compare them to each other.
Features of the Breville Grind Control Coffee Maker:
- Coffee maker with built-in conical burr grinder.
- Brew into a single cup, a travel mug or up to 12-cup carafe.
- Choose from 8 strength settings.
- Adjustable grind size.
- You can choose to brew pre-ground coffee.
- Calibration function allows to adjust the grind to suit different type of beans.
- Steep and Release function ensures the best tasting cup.
- Pre-brew temperature control ensures your water is the at optimal temperature for brewing.
- Bean hopper capacity: 0.5 lbs.
- LCD display shows you water level, grind size, strength settings, grinding time, brew time and other selected settings.
- Auto-start program.
- Includes a thermal carafe and a gold-tone reusable filter.
Features of the Cuisinart Grind and Brew Coffee Maker:
- Coffee maker with built-in burr grinder.
- 8 oz bean hopper capacity.
- Choose from three coffee strength settings: Strong, Medium and Mild.
- Grind control program allows you to set the best setting for the amount of coffee you’re brewing.
- Choose from 2 cups and up to 12 cups.
- Brew-pause filter allows you to pause the brewing process to enjoy coffee before the full brewing process is finished.
- Grind-off option, you can use pre-ground coffee.
- 24hr programmability. Auto-start option.
- Includes a thermal carafe and gold-tone filter.
Breville Grind Control vs. Cuisinart Grind and Brew – What’s The Difference?
- Both coffee makers have built-in stainless steel burr grinders.
- Both can brew up to 12-cup carafe.
- Both include a thermal carafe and gold-tone reusable filters.
- Auto-start function.
- Breville’s Grind Control gives you the option to brew a single-cup, travel mug or different quantities up to 12-cup carafe. Cuisinart’s Grind and Brew can brew a minimum of 2 cups and up to 12-cups.
- The adjustments on the Breville Grind Control are more advanced. For example: you can choose from 8 strength settings, 6 grind settings and you can calibrate your grind to match the type of roast you’re brewing. On the Grind and Brew, you can choose from 3 strength options, and the grind setting is tied to the amount of cups you’re brewing.
- The Breville Grind Control has an LCD display that makes programming the coffee maker a breeze. It gives you instant feedback on the water level, grind and strength settings, grind time and more. The Grind and Brew by Cuisinart has a simple clock display, and everything else is programmed by buttons on the front panel of the machine.
Which Should You Buy? Breville Grind Control or Cuisinart Grind and Brew?
The best question to ask yourself here is, what is your brewing habit?
Do you brew full carafe daily? Do you prefer to brew a single cup instead?
If you brew different amount of coffee each time, you’ll appreciate Breville’s Grind Control ability to brew various cup sizes: single, travel mug, or up to 12 cups carafe, without compromise to the taste. And you’ll be happy to not waste any coffee because you’ll brew just what you need!
Another thing to consider the Breville for is if you enjoy different type of coffee roasts. No other coffee maker can calibrate its settings based on coffee bean type! This, in addition to 8 strength adjustable settings will ensure you have a cup of coffee that never fails you.
If you’re not interested in all the advanced features of the Breville, then you’ll find the Cuisinart Grind and Brew to be very functional, although it doesn’t make a cup as customized as the Breville.
Breville Grind Control vs. Bonavita BV1900, What’s The Difference?
The Bonavita is a a popular choice for a high-quality coffee maker, but it is not comparable to the Breville Grind Control in anyway.
The Bonavita is a coffee maker that brews coffee in a way similar to the pour-over coffee method, but in an automatic way. There are no settings or special programs on the Bonativa, and most importantly, it doesn’t have a built-in grinder like the Grind Control does. With the Bonavita, brewing is a simple as switching on the power button.
What makes the Bonavita special is:
- Its flat bottom filter and showerhead that saturates the coffee ground with water before brewing (pre-infusion) and while brewing. So even bit of coffee ground is evenly extracted.
- It brews coffee at optimal water temperature of 195F to 205F.
The Bonavita is a great coffee maker, but it’s entirely different than the Breville Grind Control. If you want to learn more about it, you can read our post on it here.
Cuisinart Grind and Brew vs. Capresso CoffeeTeam TS, What’s The Difference?
Capresso CoffeeTeam coffee maker with Built-in grinder makes a valid competitor to the Cuisinart Grind and Brew. Here are its features:
- It makes up to 10 cups of coffee.
- Available with a thermal carafe or glass carafe.
- Built-in burr grinder.
- Fully programmable.
- Choose from 5 grind settings, 5 cup sizes, and 3 coffee strength.
- It has a 6 oz coffee bean hopper.
- Can be used with the grinder off.
So the Capresso is fairly neck to neck with the Cuisinart Grind and Brew. The differences are:
- It brews less coffee – 10 cups vs. 12-cups for the Cuisinart.
- It has a smaller bean hopper.
- On the other hand:
- It has 5 grind settings (fine to coarse)
- It is available with the option of a glass carafe and warming plate.
You can read our review of the Capresso CoffeeTeam here.
Do I Have to Use the Built-In Grinder?
No, with both models, there is a grinder-off option that allows you to brew pre-ground coffee. This comes in handy when you want to brew coffee that’s different than the one in the hopper.
Do I Have To Use the Included Gold-Tone Filter?
No, that’s not necessary. You can use any store-bought paper filter too.
Do These Coffee Makers Have Warming Plates?
No, because in this case, a warming plate isn’t required. They include a thermal carafe that will keep your coffee hot for a long time. Having no warming plate also saves on electric usage.
With the Breville Grind Control, Can I Brew Directly Into a Mug or Travel Mug?
Yes, if you’re brewing a single cup or travel mug, you don’t have to use the carafe. The machine can accommodate a tall travel mug or a cup in its tray.
Breville Grind Control Coffee Maker:
Cuisinart Grind and Brew:
The Smart Grinder Pro is a highly rated conical burr grinder from Breville that gives you a good amount of precision to grind for any type of coffee brewing method. Breville has also introduced another home grinder, the Dose Control Pro. In our post today, we’ll be looking at the difference between these grinders to help you decide which one should serve you best in your home.
Features of the Breville Dose Control Pro:
- Stainless steel conical burrs that preserve the oils and aroma of the beans.
- Choose from 60 precise grind settings from very fine to very coarse, perfect for any brewing method.
- Precision electronic timer allows you to set and adjust grind time in 1 second increments.
- 12 oz coffee bean capacity (around 320 grams).
- Plastic housing.
- Can grind directly into portafilter or coffee ground container.
- Included accessories: Small portafilter cradle 50-54mm, Large portafilter cradle 58mm, Adjustable razor for leveling coffee on portafilter.
Features of the Breville Smart Grinder Pro:
- Stainless steel conical burr grinder.
- Choose from 60 grind settings.
- Portafilter holder allows you to grind for espresso hands-free.
- LCD screen allows you to select grind settings, number of coffee cups or espresso shots and any other customization.
- Auto dosing system.
- Electronic timer with 0.2 second increments.
- Stainless steel housing.
- Bean hopper holds up to 1 pound of coffee (around 16 oz, 450 grams)
- Accessories included: Small and large portafilter holder, coffee ground container, cleaning brush.
What Is The Difference Between Breville Dose Control and Smart Grinder Pro?
- Both grinders give you 60 precise settings.
- Timer on the Dose Pro allows you to adjust grind time in 1 second increments.
- Smart Grind Pro has a more precise timer with 0.2 second increments.
Construction and Housing:
- The Dose Control has plastic housing.
- The Smart Grinder has stainless steel housing.
Adjustment and Programmability:
- The Smart Grinder Pro has an LCD screen that makes adjustments easy, especially for a beginner. If you’re not sure about the grind you want, you can select your brewing method, flavor and number of cups or shots and the grinder will automatically dose and calibrate for you.
- With the Dose Control Pro, you have to know which grind setting you want. You can select from the grind number dial and select your timing manually.
Which One Should You Buy?
- When it comes to features and quality build, the Breville Smart Grinder Pro has it all, 60 grind settings, LCD screen and the durable stainless steel housing.
- If you have somewhat the knowledge of precise grinding or at least have the patience to try different grinds before you get it right, then you’ll be happy with the Dose Control while saving some cash. It’s also perfect if you’re mostly grinding for espresso.
- If you’re not sure of the grind settings you need and would need some help, the Smart Grinder is a smart choice indeed. It guides you through the LCD screen for the best choice. It doesn’t have as many grind settings, but it has enough settings for espresso, drip, fresh press or pour over.
Watch The Breville Grinders in Action:
Breville Smart Grinder:
Breville Dose Control:
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- Coffee Grinders
- Coffee Pod Organizers
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- Pour-Over Coffee Tools
- Single-Serve Coffee Makers
- French Press Pots
- Super-Automatic Espresso Machines
- Dual Boiler Espresso Machines
- Electric Milk Frothers
- Electric Water Kettles
- Stovetop Moka Pots
- Vacuum Siphon Coffee Makers
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