11 Best Thermal Carafe Coffee Makers (Reviews 2019)

If you want hot coffee on standby for throughout the day, a thermal carafe coffee maker is an excellent choice.

A well-insulated carafe can keep your cup of Joe steaming hot for hours at a time. And even better, there’s no danger of it tasting burnt or being over-extracted.

A favorite in offices as well as homes, there’s now a wide range of these coffee makers on the market. So how do you know which one is right for you?

We’re going to take you through the key features of the best-rated models out there.

Read on, and you’ll soon be ready to choose the best thermal carafe coffee maker for your needs.

Top 11 Best Thermal Carafe Coffee Makers Reviews of 2019

Zojirushi EC-YSC100 Fresh Brew Plus Thermal Carafe Coffee Maker, 10 Cup, Stainless Steel/Black

Not the most attractive coffee maker, the Zojirushi makes up for in substance what it arguably lacks in style.

It has a generous 10 cup capacity and a thermal carafe that keeps coffee piping hot for hours.

Some users have reported coffee that’s still warm enough to enjoy up to seven hours after brewing. Pretty impressive stuff.

You won’t find a fancy LCD screen here – just a simple digital display with the time and large, clear buttons.

The machine can be programmed so your coffee is ready when you want it, but that’s about it.

You won’t be able to adjust the strength of your drink, and there’s no way of dispensing hot water while your coffee is brewing.

On the plus side, its simplicity means you can get it up and running in no time at all.

Zojirushi EC-YSC100 Fresh Brew Plus Thermal Carafe Coffee Maker, 10 Cup, Stainless Steel/Black

And if you’ve struggled with other machines that don’t brew hot enough, you’ll be reassured by another feature.

This Zojirushi model comes with a guaranteed brewing temperature of over 200 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal flavor extraction.

There are other nice touches too. The carafe has a button on the handle to activate pouring, avoiding spills and making for smooth dispensing.

There’s also a clever drip-prevention feature to avoid mess when the carafe is removed from the machine.

There’s a light to indicate when the coffee maker needs to be cleaned, but maintenance isn’t always smooth sailing.

Some users have reported problems with the brewing basket backing up and creating a mess. If you choose this machine, clean out the basket regularly to avoid this issue.

What We Like

  • Excellent carafe keeps coffee warm for hours
  • Guaranteed brewing temperature of at least 200 degrees Fahrenheit
  • 24 hour programmable timer for coffee when you want it

What We Didn't Like

  • No options to customise your brew
  • Can’t dispense hot water
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    Brewing basket needs regular cleaning

Cuisinart DCC-3400 Stainless Steel Thermal Coffeemaker, 12 Cup Carafe

The second Cuisinart machine to make our list, the DCC-3400 sticks to doing one thing – making coffee.

There’s no hot water system with this model, so your tea drinkers will have to go elsewhere. But if you’ve got a house-full of coffee lovers, the thermal carafe keeps up to 12 cups good and hot.

You can control the strength by opting for regular or bold flavors, and it’s got tons of other handy features.

There’s a programmable timer, a ready alert you can switch on or off, and a self-cleaning program. And you can remove the carafe and pour a cup whilst the coffee is still brewing.

Cuisinart DCC-3400 Stainless Steel Thermal Coffeemaker, 12 Cup Carafe

If you’re in an area prone to brief power cuts, there’s another clever feature you’ll appreciate. The 60 second reset stores both your chosen settings and the stage of brewing.

So if there’s an outage, it can get straight back to business when the power returns.

There’s a charcoal filter to deal with any unpleasant tastes from your tap water.

And the whole unit is just 9 inches long by 7¾ inches wide and 14¼ inches high. That’s pretty compact for a machine that will hold 12 cups.

There’s not much here that’s not to like. Having said that, some people might find the angle of the water reservoir makes it a little difficult to fill.

And if you want a hot water dispenser to increase flexibility, you’d be better off with the CHW-14.

What We Like

  • Option to adjust strength and serving size
  • Programmable timer
  • Self-cleaning programme
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    60 second reset stores settings in case of power cuts

What We Didn't Like

  • Water reservoir can be awkward to fill
  • No hot water system

BLACK+DECKER SCM2000BD SpaceMaker Under The Cabinet 8-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker with Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel/Black

If you’re short of space, Black+Decker’s SpaceMaker is definitely worth adding to your shortlist.

Its clever design fixes to the underside of wall cupboards, avoiding taking up room on your counter. For this reason, it’s a popular choice for small apartments and even RVs.

But though designed to save space, it still manages to hold eight cups of coffee. And the thermal carafe will keep your beverage hot for around two hours.

In spite of its diminutive size, the SpaceMaker packs in some neat features. It has a 24 hour programmable timer so your coffee is ready when your alarm goes off.

And there’s an auto shut-off to avoid worries when you’ve left the house in a hurry.

Our favorite aspect is the “Sneak-a-cup” feature. Forgot to program the timer? Desperate for a coffee? The Sneak-a-cup allows you to dispense a cup before the carafe is full.

BLACK+DECKER SCM2000BD SpaceMaker Under The Cabinet 8-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker with Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel/Black

But for all these positives, the SpaceMaker has its issues too. Installation isn’t as easy as a countertop machine. It requires two people and a bit of drilling.

And if your cabinets have moulding that stops the bottoms from being completely flat, you’re going to find it difficult.

The water reservoir is more like a drawer than a jug, which makes it less easy to handle.

Lastly, the steam generated during brewing will mean moisture on your cabinets, and some drips on your counter.

This is pretty unavoidable with the under-cabinet design. And if you need to free up space on your counter, you may feel it’s a price worth paying.

What We Like

  • Under-cabinet design saves space on your counter
  • “Sneak-a-cup” feature allows you to dispense a single cup before the carafe is full
  • 24 hour programmable timer

What We Didn't Like

  • Shape of the water reservoir makes it awkward to fill
  • Likely to get moisture on kitchen cabinets and worktop
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    Installation isn’t as easy as counter-top models

Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Coffee Maker | Optimal Brew Thermal System

This Mr Coffee machine aims to brew great coffee fast – just seven minutes for a full 10-cup carafe. And it has lots of other bells and whistles besides.

The marketing puts a lot of emphasis on the quality of the coffee. That seven minute brew time, we’re told, has been calculated to optimise flavors and aromas.

Then there’s the brewing temperature: up to 205 degrees Fahrenheit for better extraction.

The manufacturers’ claim the brewing time is up to 20 per cent faster than comparable units from their competitors. And if that’s not fast enough for you, you can pause filling the carafe to dispense a single cup.

There’s a programmable timer and an auto shut-off feature that kicks in when the machine hasn’t been used for two hours. And a digital display lets you keep tabs on how long your coffee has been sitting there.

The carafe has great thermal properties. Coffee remains piping hot after two hours, and warm enough to drink for as long as seven hours after brewing.

Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Coffee Maker | Optimal Brew Thermal System

This is a good machine for those who like easy maintenance. There’s an integrated filtration system and a one-touch cleaning system. And the filters are permanent, so there’s no need to remember to buy new ones.

There are, though, a couple of things to be aware of. Firstly, that in-built filtration system can leave its own taste.

Rinsing it under water before using will help deal with this. Some users even recommend removing the filter altogether and using filtered water instead.

The machine also produces a lot of steam. Avoid putting it underneath kitchen cabinets if you can – you’re likely to find they get very wet otherwise.

All in all, a quality machine with a range of features you’d expect to find on far more expensive models.

What We Like

  • Fast brewing with single cup option
  • Simple, one-touch cleaning system
  • Programmable timer

What We Didn't Like

  • Filtration system can impair flavor
  • Generates lots of steam, so try to keep away from kitchen cabinets

Capresso 465 CoffeeTeam TS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder and Thermal Carafe

A pricier option than some, the Capresso CoffeeTeam includes a quality burr grinder.

That gives you all the convenience of pre-ground coffee with the superior flavor and aroma of whole beans. What’s not to love?

The bean hopper is big enough for 20 cups of coffee without refilling, while the thermal carafe holds 10 cups.

The grinder has five settings from ultra-fine to coarse. You’ll find more variety on most super automatic espresso cups – but you’d be paying ten times the price. 

The Capresso still provides plenty of scope for you to experiment and find the right consistency for your chosen beans.

There’s also the option to select different coffee strengths – mild, regular or strong.

Capresso 465 CoffeeTeam TS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder and Thermal Carafe

And if you’re worried about keeping track of all your selections, don’t be. The digital display shows not just the time, but the grind and strength you’ve chosen.

There’s a programmable timer and a high quality charcoal filtration system. If you don’t like the flavor of your tap water, this could be a good choice. It removes up to 82% of chlorine and other impurities.

This is a good looking machine, that doesn’t take up a lot of space for its 10 cup capacity. It’s just 9½ inches wide and weighs only 9 pounds.

On the downside, it’s pricey, and while maintenance is fairly easy you don’t get automatic cleaning for your money.

The design of the spout is one area where things could be improved. The angle means that it’s almost impossible to get the last bit of coffee out of the pot.

What We Like

  • Integrated grinder
  • Options to adjust coffee strength
  • Good quality filtration system

What We Didn't Like

  • Pricier than other models…but no automatic cleaning system
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    Angled spout means you’ll be left with a bit of coffee in the bottom of the carafe

Cuisinart CHW-14 Coffee Plus 10-Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker and Hot Water System

The key feature that distinguishes this Cuisinart from other coffee makers on our list is its hot water system. This allows you to brew your coffee at the same time as dispensing hot water.

If, like me, you have a tea drinker in your household, it’s a great solution.

All your breakfast drinks can be made at the same time, on the same machine. And if you enjoy a bowl of oatmeal in the morning, it can handle that too.

To make life simpler still, there’s a programmable timer. Whatever drinks you’re making, they’ll be ready to go when you roll out of bed. And there’s a self-clean system to make maintenance hassle-free.

There are some restrictions, though, to the versatility of this machine which it’s worth bearing in mind.

Cuisinart CHW-14 Coffee Plus 10-Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker and Hot Water System

The hot water system is separate to the coffee maker, so you’ll have to fill two reservoirs. On the plus side, both have charcoal filters, so any unwanted flavors from your tap water will be history.

Whilst the thermal carafe holds 10 cups, the hot water system dispenses enough for just one large cup at a time. There’s then a wait of 3 to 4 minutes while the next serving is heated up.

That’s probably fine if you’re just using your machine for a single cup of tea or to make oatmeal.

But if there’s more than one tea drinker in your household, you might find they’re reaching for the kettle after all.

What We Like

  • Dispenses hot water as well as coffee
  • Self-clean system
  • Charcoal filters to remove unwanted flavors from your tap water
  • Programmable timer

What We Didn't Like

  • You’ll need to fill two reservoirs if you want hot water as well as coffee
  • Only heats one cup of hot water at a time

Bonavita BV1800TH 8-Cup Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe

Let’s start with appearances. The design of this coffee maker has something of the stand mixer about it.

It would work well in a classic kitchen, but for a more contemporary look there are better options.

Style questions aside, a lot of work has gone into making sure this coffee machine offers a quality brew. The heater is a powerful 1500 watts, allowing it to heat the water quickly.

More importantly for coffee flavor, it will keep the water at a steady 195 to 205 degrees Fahrenheit throughout brewing.

Unusually, the water is dispensed through a wide showerhead contraption.

This works together with the flat bottomed brew basket to make sure the coffee grounds are evenly saturated. Even saturation means even extraction, and better flavors.

Bonavita BV1800SS 8-Cup Original Coffee Brewer, Stainless Steel

And unlike most coffee makers, this one offers you the option of pre-infusing your coffee. Just press a button and a small amount of hot water will be dispensed, allowing the coffee to “bloom”.

The results have won an official seal of approval. The Specialty Coffee Association of America has recognized the Bonavita through its accreditation programme for home brewers.

That said, there are no added extras here. There’s no timer, so you’ll have to wait for your coffee to brew.

And you can’t interrupt the process if you’re desperate for a single cup. Cleaning has to be done manually, and there’s no display panel to tell you so much as the time.

But if you want a simple machine that’s all about the flavor of your coffee, this is a good option.

What We Like

  • Pre-infusion option
  • Innovative shower head design for even extraction
  • Brew quality endorsed by the Specialty Coffee Association

What We Didn't Like

  • No bells or whistles – at all
  • Design is a little dated

Technivorm Moccamaster 79112 KBT Coffee Brewer, 40 oz, Polished Silver

A direct rival to the less expensive Bonavita, the Technivorm Moccamaster is another machine that focuses on quality coffee. And it has many of the same issues.

Let’s start with the positives: it makes an excellent cup of coffee. While it may appear pricey for a basic machine, all the money here has gone into engineering the perfect brew.

First up, there’s a copper heating element to heat the water to optimal brewing temperature. 

Then there’s the brew basket: cone shaped and precision designed to steep the coffee grounds for six minutes. Correct temperature plus correct brewing time equals great coffee.

As with the Bonavita, there’s no grinder. So if you want the best results you’ll need to purchase your own burr grinder, which will add to costs.

Technivorm Moccamaster 79112 KBT Coffee Brewer, 40 oz, Polished Silver

But if you’ve got the cash to splash, it’s worth considering. Some people claim this machine makes the best cup of Joe they’ve tasted.

On the downside, there’s nothing fancy here besides the coffee. The Technivorm can’t turn itself on or off, and it can’t clean itself either.

There is a brew-pause function, and a light to tell you if the carafe is in the right place - but that’s about it. And unlike the Bonavita, there’s no option to pre-infuse.

There are more visually appealing coffee makers. It’s not exactly compact, and a lot of the parts are plastic. (It’s worth noting that Technivorm have paid attention to concerns about the impact of plastic on health. Not only are all plastic components BPA-free, they’re also free of BPS, BPF and Phthalates.)

But if you prize quality over convenience and style, the Technivorm is well worth considering.

What We Like

  • Precision engineered brew basket for optimal extraction
  • Copper heating element to maintain the right brewing temperature
  • Brew-pause option

What We Didn't Like

  • No added extras – this is all about the coffee
  • No option to pre-infuse
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    Not the best looking machine

Ninja Coffee Bar Auto-iQ Programmable Coffee Maker with 6 Brew Sizes, 5 Brew Options, Milk Frother, Removable Water Reservoir, Stainless Carafe (CF097)

The polar opposite of the Bonavita and Technivorm models, the Ninja is no mere coffee machine.

Styling itself a coffee bar, it offers the ability to create a wide range of coffee-based drinks.

You can choose a single cup, a large mug or make a half or full carafe, and you can alter the coffee strength.

A one cup serving takes about a minute longer than the Keurig machine, but many claim the flavor is far superior.

A milk frother also allows you to create your own cappuccinos, lattes or macchiatos.

Different accessory packs are available, with both a thermal carafe and a strong plastic one for brewing coffee over ice. 

It’s programmable too, so you can wake to the coffee of your choice in the morning.

Ninja Coffee Bar Auto-iQ Programmable Coffee Maker with 6 Brew Sizes, 5 Brew Options, Milk Frother, Removable Water Reservoir, Stainless Carafe (CF097)

The Ninja comes with its own recipe booklet, with loads of ideas and inspiration. If you love experimenting with different coffees, you might just have found your perfect machine.

Cleaning is easy. A light comes on when it’s needed, and the self-clean button spruces up the internal parts in about an hour. The removable parts can be put in the dishwasher.

So are there any downsides? Well, there’s no automatic shut-off, and if you’re a purist you won’t like the idea of cappuccino made without espresso.

It’s a fairly large machine too. With the various carafes and accessories, it’s not the best choice if you lack space.

If you’re looking for a machine that’s easy to use and has bags of scope for experimenting with different drinks, this might be for you.

What We Like

  • Milk frother to get that barista-created look
  • Programmable timer
  • Range of serving sizes and strength options
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    Easy cleaning
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    Carafe available for brewing over ice

What We Didn't Like

  • No automatic shut-off
  • Not the best option if you lack space

Hamilton Beach FlexBrew Thermal Coffee Maker, Single Serve & Full 10 Cup Pot, Compatible for Pods or Grounds, Programmable, Black and Stainless (49966),

Like the Ninja, the Hamilton Beach Flexbrew offers the choice of single cup coffee or a thermal carafe. Unlike the Ninja, it will take K-cups.

So if you’ve just consigned your beloved Keurig to the scrap heap and have been left with a pile of pods, here’s your chance to use them.

There’s also the option to make use your own ground coffee.

This is a great machine if you have someone in your household with specific coffee preferences.

My mother-in-law drinks de-caff, so I using the single-serve option would allow me to make her coffee separately. The stainless steel carafe on the other side will take a generous 12 cups of my favorite Colombian.

Hamilton Beach FlexBrew Thermal Coffee Maker, Single Serve & Full 10 Cup Pot, Compatible for Pods or Grounds, Programmable, Black and Stainless (49966),

Like other coffee makers that dispense hot water whilst brewing coffee, the Flexbrew has two separate water reservoirs.

One minor quibble: if you’re using the single serving side, all the water will be heated and dispensed. That means that you’ll need to refill it straight away for a second cup.

The Flexbrew can be programmed to have a pot of coffee ready when you get up.

The thermal carafe will keep it warm for two hours, meaning you won’t have to pay the price for hitting “snooze” with a cup of lukewarm coffee!

The single serve side of the machine sits alongside the carafe, so it takes up a fair bit of space. It’s pretty tall too, so it can be awkward to maneuver the reservoir under kitchen cabinets.

The real beauty of this machine is its flexibility. But if you don’t think you’ll use the single serve option, you can save space with other models.

What We Like

  • Able to make a carafe of coffee or a single serving
  • Takes K-cups or your own ground coffee
  • Programmable timer

What We Didn't Like

  • The reservoir on the single serving side has to be re-filled after every use
  • Not the best for small spaces

OXO BREW 9 Cup Coffee Maker

This good-looking coffee maker is the second on our list to win the seal of approval from the Specialty Coffee Association.

It uses microprocessor technology to control the brewing cycle and replicate the results of pour-over coffee.

Like the Bonavita, it uses a wide showerhead to disperse the water evenly over the coffee grounds for even extraction.

And it also pre-infuses the coffee to allow it to bloom. A full pot takes between six and seven minutes to brew.

Unlike the Bonavita, however, the Oxo model comes with some extra features to make it more user friendly.

It has a simple programmable timer and there’s an LED display showing brewing status, coffee freshness and the time.

OXO BREW 9 Cup Coffee Maker

As with most other coffee makers on this list, there’s no grinder. Oxo do, however, make their own stainless steel burr grinder, enabling you to match appliances if you want to.

Disadvantages? Well, some users have reported problems with the brew basket dripping when the carafe is removed. And we think the spout could do with being a bit wider.

The unit is quite wide, and at 11.4 pounds is significantly heavier than others on the market. With a carafe holding only 9 cups, some may feel the size to capacity ratio isn’t all it could be.

But if you’re after a good-looking machine that can have great coffee ready for you in the morning, the Barista Brain is definitely worth considering.

What We Like

  • Automatic pre-infusion
  • Programmable timer
  • LED display showing brew status and coffee freshness
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    Brew quality endorsed by the Specialty Coffee Association

What We Didn't Like

  • Carafe pours more slowly than others
  • Not the best for small spaces

Why choose a thermal carafe coffee maker?

1. Hot plates vs thermal carafes

There is, of course, another option if you want to keep your coffee warm for hours – a hot plate.

Coffee makers with hot plates use simple glass carafes, and as a result they’re usually far cheaper. Unfortunately, that’s where the advantages end.

Unlike a thermal carafe which keeps your perfectly brewed coffee from losing heat, a hot plate continues to heat it.

The result can be coffee that tastes bitter, and even burnt. A thermal carafe, on the other hand, will keep your coffee warm without impairing its flavor.

The hot plate also uses more energy than a thermal carafe. That means that while these coffee makers are cheaper to buy, they cost more to run.

2. How big is big enough?

One of the most obvious differences between different thermal carafe coffee makers is the size of the carafe itself.

If you want a machine that keeps your beverage warm, it stands to reason you want more than one cup. But how many refills are you looking for? And are there other people to think of too?

An eight cup model might be great for a household of four where everyone rises at the same time. Each member of the family can have a couple of cups of coffee at breakfast.

But what if some are up with the lark, while others fall out of bed at the last possible minute?

If you’re the person who hates the alarm clock, your mood won’t be improved by finding the carafe empty!

So consider how many people your machine needs to serve. And think too about how many cups they might drink over the hours it’s capable of keeping the coffee warm.

We would always err on the side of caution – too big is easier to deal with than too small.

3. Other features to consider

There are lots of other features to choose from. Do you already have an expensive burr grinder, or would you prefer the convenience of an integrated model?

Do you have plenty of space, or would a slim-line or under-counter design be helpful?

If you’ve got a regular schedule, you might want a machine that’s programmable. Punch a few buttons and wake up to the smell of your favorite coffee brewing – what could be better?

It’s also worth considering your maintenance regime. Will you remember to clean it regularly, or would you like a prompt?

Are you the kind of person who doesn’t feel their coffee maker is clean unless they’ve scrubbed it themselves? Or would you like to keep things simple with a self-cleaning design?

And if you’re in an area with hard water, a machine with a built-in filter is a great option. You won’t need to get out that descaling agent anything like as often.

Lastly, remember that today’s clever coffee makers can have other functions too. If you enjoy a regular bowl of oatmeal, why not consider a model that dispenses hot water?


The right thermal carafe coffee maker for you will depend on what you’re looking for.

If you want a coffee maker to give you a quality brew, it’s hard to beat the Cuisinart DCC-3400 Thermal Coffeemaker.

24-hour programmable timer delays brewing for fresh coffee in the morning, it’s a great all-rounder. 

And the thermal carafe is 12-Cup, we think that is enough for your famliy.

23 thoughts on “11 Best Thermal Carafe Coffee Makers (Reviews 2019)”

  1. Yeah!! The Ninja Coffee Bar Brewer System made the list! Trust me, if you are thinking of quality coffee and you haven’t thought of this coffee maker, you are still missing it. If you are also as lazy as I am, you don’t need to worry either because the machine is very easy to clean!

  2. If you are concerned with the taste of your coffee and the freshness too, then you just have to get the OXO On Barista Brain 9 Cup Coffee Maker with Stainless Steel Carafe! Everything on this coffee maker would make you love it and not regret wasting your money.

  3. So many coffee makers out in the market and one won’t even know which one would offer just what he wants and at pocket-friendly prices. It can be tiring!

  4. For someone who has struggled with other machines that don’t brew hot enough, I just fell in love because this OXO On Barista Brain 9 Cup Coffee Maker comes with a guaranteed brewing temperature of over 200 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal flavor extraction! You’ll definitely love your coffee because the taste would take you to the clouds.

  5. Capresso 465.05 10-Cup Coffeemaker may be expensive but it has a very good feature you’ll love. A good quality filtration system and option to adjust coffee strength is just something you wouldn’t want to miss.

  6. OH wow. This is a lot of coffee makers and right now I think I’m going to spend some time picking which would give me just what I want. I like that they all give quality coffee so I shouldn’t have much problem.

  7. Most of these coffee makers are all good in their own way. I’ve used some and seen my friends use some too. They are quite nice and you definitely like the coffee you get from them! Just pick one that is not too pricey and won’t take too much space and you’ll still get the best quality coffee each day. This is a very helpful review!

  8. When I learned that a thermal Carafe will keep my coffee warm without impairing its flavor, the first product I got was the Hamilton Beach 49966 Programmable Thermal Coffee Maker and since then I’ve said goodbye to bitter coffee. It is a very good machine and doesn’t take much time to get your coffee done.

  9. Lol. Most times I wonder why it’s called Ninja when it’s not silent at all. But aside that, I love my Ninja Coffee Bar Brewer System! It gives very good coffee and seriously, the milk frother makes great cappuccinos too! It’s definitely a must-have.

  10. I have been using a hot plate for my coffee but when my friend gave me a Technivorm Moccamaster, I’ve never looked back! It gives the right brewing temperature and even has a brew pause! There’s just no way your coffee would taste bitter or even burnt!

    • Hi Michelle, Thanks for your review. Yes, Technivorm Moccamaster is a great thermal carafe coffee maker. But the price is not budget. And it looks like a lab kit, Too personalized.

  11. Wow. This list was really made for me! The last coffee maker I bought was completely not a good choice and so I have been on the lookout for new and improved products that would give me that feeling of marking the best coffee.

  12. Well, except that this Ninja Coffee Bar Brewer System with Stainless Thermal Carafe is a space consumer, it is a very good option if you really want the best coffee to start off your day and make you feel better and alert once you are off your bed.

  13. Looking for a good machine that would make you start off your day with the best coffee? Try this Bonavita BV1800TH 8-Cup Coffee Maker! The coffee association really did not lie when they made a good comment on this one! I totally recommend this to everyone who’s out to get quality coffee each day.

  14. This is good. The Mr. Coffee Optimal Brew 10-Cup coffee maker looks like my kind of thing! I mean, I know I’m lazy and all but when I see something that doesn’t involve much cleaning and also gives me the value just how I want it, then I am good!

  15. I particularly love the Cuisinart CHW-14 Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker especially because it is a self-cleaning machine and has other nice features. But sometimes it can be discouraging when you have to fix up more than one cup of coffee and you have to wait for each cup of hot water to get done!

  16. Trust me, the SCM2000BD Under Cabinet Programmable Thermal Carafe coffeemaker is a great choice when it comes to choosing coffee making machines. It has several amazing features that make having it a time saver and also gives you very good quality coffee. However, the only part I don’t like about it is that the water reservoir is a bit hard to fill. But that is not going to be much of a problem.

  17. Really? A well-insulated carafe can keep the cup steaming hot for hours at a time? So nice. It’s also cool that there’s no danger of it tasting burnt or being over-extracted. Just the kind of thing I like.

  18. Yeah, there may be nothing to alert you of your coffee progress, but honestly, this Bonavita BV1800TH 8-Cup Coffee Maker is the real deal when it comes to getting the best quality coffee for yourself and family!

  19. You see this Mr. Coffee Optimal Brew 10-Cup Thermal Coffeemaker System, I call it The Steam. The steam it produces is usually so much and at first that I thought it was a fault or something! But it brews coffee very fast and that is what I really love about it! Plus, it cleans easily too!

  20. Uhmm. Anyone used any of these coffee makers and really enjoyed value for their money? I really want to know the one I would be going for so I don’t waste more money like the last machine I bought which was nothing but a mess.

  21. Who doesn’t like hot coffee for all the times? Very good article. Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work!

  22. Wow! Such an awesome post.This is a great article thanks for sharing this informative information. I am a regular reader of your website and I love every piece of information you share here.You have presented pretty well. How it works, how it will be used. I have used it and it is very good and wonderful

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