Best Integrated Coffee Makers (Reviews / Ratings / Prices)

Todd Rourke  |  November 03, 2015  |  3 Min. Read

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With a Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks on nearly every corner, you can buy a good cup of coffee anywhere.

You can even get a decent cup of coffee at home with a Keurig or a drip style coffee machine, for on the go home brewing.

However, if you want to make full-bodied coffees, cappuccinos, lattes, and espressos, on demand and customized to anyone’s liking (made with filtered water) without leaving your home, an integrated coffee maker may be right for you.

Following are the best options for the coffee lover.

Bosch Benevenuto Built-In Coffee Machine TKN68E75UC - $2,119


  • Patented Aromaswirl (which engulfs coffee grounds in a pressurized chamber for maximum flavor extraction)
  • Temperature control
  • Height-Adjustable Coffee Dispenser
  • Separate chambers for grounds and beans
  • Water filter
  • Digital display
  • Non-Plumbed unit

Jenn-Air Built-In Coffee System JBC7624BS - $2,949


  • Whole bean grinding with different grinder settings
  • Touch activated control panel and adjustable coffee strength
  • Water reservoir and hot water dispenser 
  • Espresso function
  • Auto on/off
  • Descaling function
  • Plumbed unit

Miele M-Touch Series Plumbed Coffee System CVA6805 - $3,699



  • State of the art touch-screen technology
  • One touch function for multiple beverages at once
  • Automatic rinse and cleaning programs
  • Ability to store up to 10 user profiles
  • Cleaning and descaling tablets included
  • Cup Sensor
  • Plumbed unit

Which Should You Buy?

They are all great options with state of the art controls and the ability to make all types of coffee drinks from beans or ground. 

The major differences are the aesthetics, control panel and whether the unit can be plumbed. I like the plumbed option as it insures better tasting coffee with the filtered water. The plumbed option is also the most convenient as you do not have to manually refill the machine with water.

Bosch is the least expensive at almost $1,600 cheaper than the Miele.

However, I do like the features of the Miele best. It is simple to use with it's MasterChef operating controls. It has different user profiles, so it will remember how you like your coffee. It also has an Auto-Rinse and Auto-Clean function, so Miele is the easiest to use and clean.

Final Thoughts

Built-in Coffee systems are something to consider if you are a coffee lover, it is convenient, great for drink customization and also leaves more room on your counter. 

You do have to clean these units periodically. They are not manufactured for catering or heavy useage.

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Todd Rourke

Todd Rourke is an Appliance Sales Consultant at Yale Appliance + Lighting. In his spare time, Todd professionally plays music and competes in fishing competitions.

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