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    Coffee maker recommendations?

    I'm tired of my Keurig and want something else. Im willing to drop up to 300$. I know grinding your own grounds is the best so I was looking at machines that have Burr grinders built in. but these can't do expresso which would def be a plus. current ones I'm looking at:

    Cuisinart DGB-900BC Grind & Brew Thermal 12-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker
    KRUPS Coffee Maker, Burr Coffee Grinder, 10 Cups, Black
    Ninja Coffee Bar Auto-iQ Programmable Coffee Maker with 6 Brew Sizes, 5 Brew Options, Milk Frother, Removable Water Reservoir and Glass Carafe (CF09 32CF4)

    what coffee makers do you guys have/recommend?

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    this one is right close to your target pricing.
    I have never used it, but heard some good things about it.
    Breville BDC650BSS

    Since your budget is $300, you should be able to choose few good ones.

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    Breville seems to be the 'leader' in the bean to cup brewers (all-in-ones). I prefer a separate grinder vs all in ones simply so you have the flexibility and can use multiple brewers. My recommended solution would be a Baratza Encore or Virtuoso ($129/$199) and pair it with a Bonavita 1901 Brewer ($109).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    Breville seems to be the 'leader' in the bean to cup brewers (all-in-ones). I prefer a separate grinder vs all in ones simply so you have the flexibility and can use multiple brewers. My recommended solution would be a Baratza Encore or Virtuoso ($129/$199) and pair it with a Bonavita 1901 Brewer ($109).
    Yep! excellent way of doing. As Musicphan said, you should be able to get better quality ones if you buy them separately.

 

 

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