Best Kitchen Coffee Machine

Best Kitchen Coffee Machine

Should you buy a bean-to-cup machine?

Pros: Easy to use; great coffee | Cons: Expensive; daily cleaning is tedious

Bean to Cup for the kitchen

If manual espresso sounds like too much work then a bean-to-cup machine is a great choice. Simply pop water and coffee beans in the machine, and you can get a shot of coffee at the press of a button – and without cleaning the machine between every single shot. Pricier machines include integrated milk frothers that dispense a cappuccino or white coffee at the press of a button. The results are never as good as manual machines though, and prices start at around £400.

Should you buy a manual espresso machine?

Pros: Best-tasting coffee; flexibility | Cons: Time-consuming; messy

Super little domestic espresso machine

If you want the flexibility to create anything from espresso to ristretto to cappuccino, a manual espresso machine similar to what you find in coffee shops is the best choice. The downside is that you’ll need to learn to manually grind and tamp the coffee, steam your own milk to perfection, clean the machine and repeat the process for every cup, but the added control makes it possible to get the absolute best from every variety of coffee.

Should you buy a coffee pod or capsule machine?

Pros: Quick, consistent results; mess-free | Cons: Coffee pods can be expensive

Pod machine for the home kitchen

This is the simplest option of all – and basic machines start around £50. Each pod or capsule contains the perfect amount of coffee, so you simply buy the type with the strength and flavour you like best. For no-hassle, no-mess coffee that tastes consistently good, they’re hard to beat. Some machines add built-in milk frothing so you can get a latte or cappuccino at the touch of a button. The results don’t taste as good as manual espresso or bean-to-cup machines, though, and pods can be pricey.

Should you buy a filter coffee machine?

Pros: Cheap, quick, easy | Cons: Versatility

this is a filter coffee machine for the home

If you just want plain and simple coffee to fill a mug, or want to be able to make enough coffee for several people at once, a filter coffee machine is a great choice. These generally require you to use ground coffee (although a few do have integrated grinders), but they’re a good bet for making simple, unfussy black coffee.

Best Kitchen Coffee Machine

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