Jura Impressa

by Amanda
(Niederbuchsiten)

My coffee maker is a fully automatic coffee maker which is like a mini version of the huge automatic machines you see in coffee houses. Just make sure it is full of fresh beans and fresh water, and at the push of the button you have a perfect single serving of coffee. The beans are ground at each serving, and you can choose from 3 strenghts. It truely is the best coffee maker in the world. It is self cleaning, you just need to empty the grounds container and clean the drip container every 25 cups or so.


Editor's Note: Amanda, hi. Which of the Impressa models are you referring to? This model at Amazon seems to be the model at the most reasonable price: Jura-Capresso 13187 Impressa E8 Super-Automatic Espresso Machine

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Sep 20, 2009
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by: Anonymous

Though it is good the problem with the Jura Impressa is that the brewing group cannot be removed to be cleaned. Over the long all a bad thing. Try any of the Saeco machines. Fully automatic.

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