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The Best Luxury Coffee Machines

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For those who worship at the altar of caffeine, we got you.

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If you’re cutting down your coffee take outs, you may as well make it an aesthetic moment. You needn’t see at home brewing as a sad secondary option to coffee take outs. Here are the chicest designer coffee machines we’re loving. They’re all incredibly giftable, too.

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Grind Nespresso Machine

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If take out coffees run through your veins more than water (and you’re bank statement is evidence of this), let us show you the world of at home coffee brewing.

See home coffee machines as something that can work as the perfect morning (ok, and mid-morning, and oh, maybe a lil’ post-lunch espresso too) rituals. Here are the most luxurious, designer coffee machines that’ll satisfy the most pedantic of coffee lovers.

Luxury Coffee Machines You Should Have on Your Radar

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front view of Grind Coffee Machine

Grind One, Nespresso® Compatible Pod Machine

Best For: Nespresso lovers (you can still use their pods). It also helps that Grind’s created a chic, sleek, minimalist machine that’ll slip into any aesthetic kitchen.

Grind, £295, grind.com

Sage Barista Express Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine with Milk Jug, Stainless Steel

Sage Barista Express Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine

One of Sage’s nippier editions, the Barista Express, is for the coffee lovers, a bit more on the go, but who doesn’t want to skimp on top tier caffeine quality for the home.

From bean, to finished expresso, the Sage Barista has all sorts of bells and whistles (like a precise temperature control for bean extraction), as well as a manual micro foam milk extension, for the perfect finish.

Sage Barista Express Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine, £598, John Lewis, johnlewis.com

Smeg Bean to Cup

Smeg BCC02 Bean To Cup Coffee Machine

Best For: Slick Rick Sippers

With a minimalist mirrored case, soft curves, with a stainless steel finish, this one’s for the chic minimalists.

Smeg Bean to Cup coffee machine, £699, johnlewis.com

La Pavoni Esperto Lever Machine

La Pavoni Esperto Abile Lever Coffee Machine

Best For: Those who worship at the altar of caffeine, and refuse to have nothing but the finest. Traditionalist (see wooden handle on the lever pump), this one’s for the self-confessed pedantic people among you. Smeg’s design allows you to constantly monitor the brewing pressure carried out by pulling down the lever.

So you’ll get a certain freedom allows for even the most demanding user to brew a truly customised espresso.

La Pavoni Esperto Lever Machine, £1,349.95, smeguk.com

SAGE The Oracle Touch Coffee Machine

The best of the rest…

 

SAGE The Oracle Touch Coffee Machine, £2,199, harrods.com

De'Longhi La Specialista Maestro Coffee Machine

De’Longhi La Specialista Maestro Coffee Machine, £899.99, johnlewis.com

La Marzocco Linea Mini 220v

La Marzocco Linea Mini 220v, £4,524, lamarzoccohome.com

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