Coffee Maker Reviews 2017Here’s something you may not know about the barista at your favorite coffee shop. They’re scientists in their own right, specializing in chemistry. The perfect cup of coffee is a precise balance of correctly ground beans, water, temperature, and time.

What are the options when a trip to your favorite coffee shop isn’t possible? Turn to a best coffee machine. It’ll automate the process, combining the right amount of coffee and the correct water temperature (generally around 198 degrees) to brew it for the precise amount of time it takes to offer what you might expect to find only from a coffee shop barista.

You’ll have to provide the water and the coffee beans. The machine will do the rest. Some of the best coffee machines require pods of pre-ground coffee, while others will use fresh-ground coffee—or even grind the beans just before preparing the coffee. Compare the cost of the pods into consideration before deciding to purchase this type of best coffee machine over one that can use any type of pre-ground or whole bean coffee.

Rank Coffee Machine Cups Made Warranty
1 Keurig K55 Single Serve K-Cup Pod 48 oz Water Resevoir = 6+ Cups 1 Year Limited Warranty CHECK PRICE
2 Cuisinart DCC 3200 14 Cup 3 Year Limited Warranty CHECK PRICE
3 Cuisinart Brew Central DCC1200 12 Cup 3 Year Limited Warranty CHECK PRICE
4 Black & Decker CM 2035B 12 Cup 2 Year Limited Warranty CHECK PRICE
5 Keurig K575 80 oz Resevoir Can do Carafes 22, 26 & 30 oz. Sold Separately 1 Year Limited Warranty CHECK PRICE
6 Keurig K250 40 oz Resevoir = 4+ Cups 1 Year Limited Warranty CHECK PRICE
7 Hamilton Beach 49980A 12 Cup or Single Serve 1 Year Limited Warranty CHECK PRICE

1. Keurig K55 Single Serve K-Cup Pod

It’s the single serve coffee machine that launched the pod-based trend. Touch button controls select from strong, mild, decaf, or flavored options. A 48-ounce water reservoir provides at least 6 cups of coffee before the need to refill. K-Cup pods are required, but you won’t find it limiting. Choose from popular brands ranging from Green Mountain Coffee and Starbucks to Lipton.



2. Hamilton Beach 49980A

This coffee machine offers 2 ways to brew. Make a single cup, or a full carafe. It includes a stylish 12-cup glass carafe. The water reservoir has markings for single-cup servings. This coffee machine doesn’t need coffee ground filters. The removable mesh basket needs just a quick rinse to be used again.



3. Cuisinart Brew Central DCC1200

Water quality is important. This coffee machine features a charcoal water filter and gold tone filter. The thermal carafe is easy to grab and pour with one hand, and a drip-free pour spout keeps things clean. It’s fully automatic and will enter a self-cleaning mode when needed. A pause button lets you steal a cup before the brewing cycle completes.



4. Black & Decker CM 2035B

Is quantity as important as coffee quality? Brew up to 12 cups and keep it at the perfect temperature in the vacuum-sealed stainless steel thermal carafe. Digital controls dial up smaller quantities, as well as letting you choose from regular, strong, or bold brews. An LCD display keeps track of how much time has elapsed since the coffee was freshly made.



5. Keurig K250 Single Serve

People love the Keurig system, but what happens if you run out of pods? This coffee machine lets you use the Keurig Plus Series My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter, so you can brew your own ground coffee. It brews a single cup on demand, and you can customize settings to make it milder or stronger. The 48-ounce reservoir holds enough water to make 6 perfect cups of coffee.



6. Keurig K250

It’s the king of the Keurig single cup coffee machines, with 5 temperature settings to get the best brew out of the ready-to-use pods or your own beans using the Keurig Plus Series My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter. An 80-ounce reservoir holds enough water for 10 or more cups of single-serve brews on demand.



7. Hamilton Beach 49980A

With its retro looks, this coffee machine will add style to your kitchen countertop and flavor to your cup. A built-in filter removes impurities from water, and a host of advanced features make brewing the perfect pot of coffee as easy as tapping a button. You’ll appreciate the automatic shutoff function. It also has self-cleaning function mode, as well as an audible beep to signal the end of the brew cycle.



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