9 Best Jura Coffee Machines

If you’re reading about Jura coffee machines then you may already be an acolyte in the cult of coffee. For those who drink coffee on a frequent basis, finding the best coffee machine that suits your needs can be a worthy investment. Additionally, if you have the luxury of working from home, then having the ability to brew an amazing cup of coffee at your fingertips becomes imperative. 

Imagine this — you’re on a pilgrimage to find that perfect cup. You want to find a brew with just the right bite, just the right balance of bitter and sweet. You want something you can replicate every morning so that you can begin the day basking in the savory aroma of the perfect espresso or cappuccino. 

That’s where Jura coffee machines come in. Jura is a Swiss home appliance developer and distributor founded in 1931. Since the 1980s the company has shifted to fully focus on automatic espresso machines. They do one thing and they do it well—make high-end coffee machines with an emphasis on design.

You probably already know that these machines don’t come cheap, quality rarely does. Jura designs its products to be durable and easily maintained. They have a global service network and use state-of-the art tech. 

In short, buying a Jura coffee machine is more like buying a wedding ring than a cheap french press, it’s something you just might have for life (unless you are seduced by a new Jura machine of course).

So what technology makes these modern coffee makers so special? Why not just use a French press?

Jura is a one stop shop that cleans and maintains itself, and automates the brewing process. It’s AromaG2 and G3 grinders quickly and quietly pulverize your beans into fine powder, its CLEARYL water filter prevents machine calcification to extend the lifetime of the machine and improve water quality, and its revolutionary fine foam technology produces nicely textured, long-lasting milk foam for your cappuccinos and latte macchiatos. 

These are just a few of the features that set Jura apart from other coffee machines. Among others, are the ability to make coffee from your phone (yes, there’s an app for that). If you know exactly how you like your coffee brewed you can customize your settings and have your Jura machine make it at the press of a button. 

Imagine hitting snooze on your alarm in the morning, then going to the Jura coffee mobile app and commanding your Jura machine to get started on a cappuccino. By the time you roll out of bed and make it to the kitchen, it will be steaming and ready to drink. 

Jura makes a range of coffee machines. On the lower end, some of the above features may be missing, while the high-end, tech-heavy GIGA series, is basically like having a personal barista. There are many features, and a lot to know about these machines. If you’d like to know more before you jump into the reviews, head to the bottom of this article. Otherwise, read on. 

Jura Giga 6

Let’s just say that you get what you pay for. The Jura GIGA 6 is nearly a professional gastro machine with tons of features and a top of the line CLEARYL Smart Water filter to soften and clean the H20 that makes up most of your morning brew. 

If you aren’t a fan of using Jura’s mobile app to brew your cup of jo, the Jura GIGA 6 has a built-in TFT display for you to summon your specialty beverages and interact with the machine’s many features. 

With the Jura GIGA 6 you can achieve extremely fine powder due to its dual independent, electronically controllable grinders. If you like things to come in twos, then you’re in luck. The Jura GIGA 6 also comes with two pumps, and two milk frothing systems. Why? So you can brew two cups of coffee at the same time!

So, if your partner wants decaf and you want to use espresso beans, you can add the bags separately into the grinders, and each enjoy your own speciality drink the way you like it. 

Speaking of speciality drinks. The GIGA 6 can brew up to 28 of them, all customizable from the Jura mobile app. This diversity is possible because of the three different brewing methods that the Jura GIGA 6 offers. Cold brews, espressos, a pot of coffee, this machine does it all. 

Specs

  • Dimensions (H x W x D) — 12.6 x 16.3 x 19.6in/32 x 41.4 x 49.8xm
  • Weight — 39.7lbs/18kg
  • Water Reservoir Capacity — 87 oz./2.6L
  • Bean Container Capacity — 10 oz. (2)/0.3L (2)
  • Maximum Spout Height — 6.2in/15.8cm
  • Minimum Spout Height — 2.7in/6.9cm
  • Available Drinks — Espresso, Coffee, Cappuccino, Caffe Latte, Caffe Barista, Lungo Barista, Espresso Doppio, Macchiato, Cortado, Latte Macchiato, Americano, Flat White, Pot of Coffee, Cold Brew Pot of Coffee, Milk, Milk Foam, Hot Water

Features

  • Milk Frothing System — Automatic (cappuccinatore)
  • App — Yes
  • Customized User Profile — Yes
  • Milk Foam Only Function — Yes
  • Water Filter — Yes

Pros

  • Ability to brew with two different beans at the same time
  • Up to 28 speciality drinks and a pot of coffee
  • Customizable, especially drinks through the Jura mobile app

Cons

  • A monster of a machine requiring plenty of space
  • Expensive

Jura Z6

The Jura Z series is not as luxurious as the GIGA series, but it is still luxurious while sitting at a lower price point. The Jura Z6 strikes a valuable balance between quality and price. It’s made of high-quality aluminum and its 5.1 pound capacity means that you can make multiple beverages at once.

The Jura Z6 uses pulse extraction process technology which is responsible for bringing the coffee’s aroma to the surface, and its various options allow you to calibrate to your taste. If you want to add cold milk or milk foam, no problem, its milk system is not only sophisticated, but easy to use and comes with 10 milk and froth settings. 

The intelligent water system and the radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip notify you when your filter needs to be replaced and keep your water clean and delicious. Its water filtration system also keeps all the guts of the Jura Z6 hygienic, healthy, and free of contamination and lime.

If you like to entertain guests, the Jura Z6 is a great option for you. You can customize a variety of specialty drinks like espresso, ristretto, and flat white. Let the machine do all the work while you continue hosting!

Like a lot of milk-based drinks? There is one downside to the Jura Z6, and that’s that it only includes one Thermoblock heating system. It’s certainly not the end of the world, but cappuccino and latte lovers should take note. Two heating elements provide greater efficiency by shortening the time between frothing milk and brewing. 

Specs

  • Dimensions (H x W x D) — 14.8 x 12.6 x 17.7 in/37.6 x 32 x 45 cm
  • Weight — 25.5lbs/11.52kg
  • Water Reservoir Capacity — 84 oz/2.4L
  • Bean Container Capacity — 9.9 oz/280g
  • Maximum Spout Height — 3.1in/8cm
  • Minimum Spout Height — 6in/15.5cm
  • Available Drinks — Espresso, Ristretto, Macchiato, Coffee, Cappuccino, Latte Macchiato, Flat White, Milk, Milk Foam, Hot Water

Features

  • Milk Frothing System —  Automatic, cappuccinatore
  • App — Yes
  • Customized User Profile — Yes
  • Milk Foam Only Function — Yes
  • Water Filter — Yes

Pros

  • Great value for price
  • Intelligent water system
  • 10 settings for milk and froth

Cons

  • No touchscreen
  • No dual pumps or heating systems

Jura E8

The Jura E8 is a beefed up version of the Jura E6. It comes with a more sophisticated HP3 milk frothing system that achieves a finer micro-foam for cappuccinos and lattes. You might say that Jura’s E series machines sit in the sweet spot when it comes to value-for-money.

The Jura E8 comes stacked with a high-resolution touchscreen display that boasts extra programmable options. You can use Jura’s Smart Connect technology, so that you can brew with the Jura Operating Experience (J.O.E.), but it’s an optional extra. Jura’s Pulse Extraction Process (PEP) ensures that your espressos, cappuccinos, lattes, and lattes macchiatos will come rich and delicious. 

You’ll find that the Jura E8 has separate milk spouts. However, your coffee and microfoam do not come out of separate outlets as is the case with cheaper competitors. The fully automatic milk system ensures that you won’t have to adjust your cup.

The additional spout allows you to make two milk-free drinks at the same time, however, you won’t be able to make two milky drinks simultaneously. One unfortunate feature of the Jura E8 is that it comes with only one Thermoblock heating system, that’s why you can’t brew espresso and froth milk at the same time, and is probably why this machine costs less that the Jura Z8. 

Overall, the Jura E8 stands out for its value as a mid-tier Jura machine. It has that fast grinding Aroma G3 Grinder, a simple, but easy to use LED screen that guides you through the brewing process, and a stylish design. 

Specs

  • Dimensions (H x W x D) — 12.7 x 10.7 x 17.5in/32.3 x 27.2 x 44.5cm
  • Weight — 21.2lbs/9.6kg
  • Water Reservoir Capacity — 63.6oz/1.9L
  • Bean Container Capacity — 9.9oz/0.29L
  • Maximum Spout Height — 6in/15.24
  • Minimum Spout Height — 2.6in/6.6cm
  • Available Drinks — Espresso, Coffee, Cappuccino, Cappuccino Extra, Shot, Caffè Barista, Americano, Espresso Doppio, Macchiato, Cortado, Latte macchiato, Extra shot, flat white, flat white extra shot, portion of milk foam, hot water

Features

  • Milk Frothing System —  Automatic, cappuccinatore
  • App — Optional
  • Customized User Profile — Yes
  • Milk Foam Only Function — Yes
  • Water Filter — Yes

Pros

  • Advanced brewing and frothing tech
  • Numerous milk-based espresso drink options
  • Full milk foam control

Cons

  • No touch display
  • Can’t change milk temperature
  • Only one thermoblock heating system

Jura S8

The Jura S8 sits between the E and Z lines. This means that it combines the more advanced technology of the Z line with the compactness and style of the E line. It’s 4.3” color touchscreen enables streamline programming abilities for your favorite speciality drinks and you’ll find animations to help guide you through the process.

The Jura E8 has an integrated, quiet, and fast Aroma G3 grinder, allowing you to get that fine, aromatic coffee dust that will make your morning brew taste just right. If style and flare is your thing, then you’re in luck. The Jura E8 comes in three colors: piano black, moonlight silver, and chrome.  

As far as sub-premium espresso machine’s go, at this price point, the S8 is feature rich. It has many of the features you’d expect to find on higher end models. The S8 can vary pressure during the brewing process, which enhances extraction. It also has the HP3 milk frothing system, producing amazing milk foam for your cappuccinos, caffe lattes, macchiatos, latte macchiatos, and flat whites. 

The Jura S8 is versatile. It’s great for those who want some of the features of a high-end Jura without breaking the bank, or taking up too much countertop space. 

Specs

  • Dimensions (H x W x D) — 13.7 x 11 x 17.5in/34.8 x 28 x 45cm
  • Weight — 22.1lbs/10kg
  • Water Reservoir Capacity — 63.6oz/1.9L
  • Bean Container Capacity — 9.9oz/0.3L
  • Maximum Spout Height — 6.2in/15.7cm
  • Minimum Spout Height — 2.8in7.1cm
  • Available Drinks — ristretto, espresso, coffee, cappuccino, caffe latte, macchiato, latte macchiato, flat white, portion of milk foam, portion of milk, hot water, hot water for green tea

Features

  • Milk Frothing System —  Automatic, cappuccinatore
  • App — Yes
  • Customized User Profile — Yes
  • Milk Foam Only Function — Yes
  • Water Filter — Yes

Pros 

  • Large, high-resolution touchscreen
  • Premium mid-range option

Cons

  • Pricier than the E8 without adding much value

Jura ENA 8

The Jura ENA 8 has an inconspicuous, yet sleek design, with a size that makes it a perfect fit for a smaller kitchen space. It has a one-cup design and is built around efficiency.

The smaller size of this coffee machine means that it will hold less coffee beans than an E series Jura, but the water reservoir still has a comparable capacity. However, this might not be the end of the world, especially if you are the type of person who typically leaves too many coffee beans in your machine. 

You’ll find a full color display that makes ordering a cup of coffee a sinch. Despite its size, you’ll find that it still has features like Jura’s Pulse Extraction Process technology, an Aroma G3 grinder, and the Fine Foam system. That means you’ll be able to make delicious espressos, creamy lattes, macchiatos, and more.

Since this machine can only brew one cup at a time, it might not be for families or partners who are all rushing for a coffee before work in the morning. However, for the bachelor or bachelorette it might be just the thing.

Specs

  • Dimensions (H x W x D) — 12.7 x 10.7 x 17.5in/32.25 x 27.2 x 44.15cm
  • Weight — 20.7lbs/9.3kgs
  • Water Reservoir Capacity — 63.6oz/1L
  • Bean Container Capacity — 4.4oz/125g
  • Maximum Spout Height — 54.in/13.7cm
  • Minimum Spout Height — 2.7in/6.9cm
  • Available Drinks — ristretto, espresso, cappuccino, espresso doppio, macchiato, latte macchiato, flat white, milk foam, hot water

Features

  • Milk Frothing System —  Automatic, cappuccinatore
  • App — Yes
  • Customized User Profile — Yes
  • Milk Foam Only Function — Yes
  • Water Filter — Yes

Pros 

  • Color display touchscreen
  • Color options
  • Compact
  • Stylish water tank design

Cons

  • Fewer drink options than the Jura E8 while having a similar price.
  • No fine foam tech
  • Limited capacity of water tank

Jura E6

The Jura E6 is where Jura coffee machines start looking a bit more affordable. I’m sure you could find someone who spends more on buying coffee from a coffee shop each year. Despite the lower cost, you still get a color display with intuitive navigation.

You also get many of Jura’s greatest tech features including the Aroma G3 grinder, the Intelligent Water System (IWS), Pulse Extraction Process (PEP), and two spouts. That means you can make two espressos at the same time. 

You can integrate the Jura E6 with Juras mobile apping through Jura Smart Connect and control your coffee machine with ease. This makes it great for those who want to snooze in bed while their coffee brews.

A negative of the Jura E6 is that the fine foam frother isn’t upgraded to Jura’s top of the line technology. You can still make a delicious, pro-level cappuccino, but that’s about it as far as milk-based drinks go. For that reason, milky beverage lovers might want to opt for a different machine. However, espresso and cappuccino lovers will be pleased. 

Specs

  • Dimensions (H x W x D) — 13.8 x 11 x 17.6 in / 35.0 x 28.0 x 44.7 cm
  • Weight — 21.2lbs/9.61kgs
  • Water Reservoir Capacity — 63.6oz/1.88L
  • Bean Container Capacity — 9.9oz/280g
  • Maximum Spout Height — 4.4in/11.2cm
  • Minimum Spout Height — 2.6in/6.6cm
  • Available Drinks — espresso, coffee, cappuccino, portion of milk foam, hot water

Features

  • Milk Frothing System —  Automatic, cappuccinatore
  • App — Yes
  • Customized User Profile — Yes
  • Milk Foam Only Function — Yes
  • Water Filter — Yes

Pros 

  • Excellent option for those frequently drink cappuccinos and lattes
  • Affordable

Cons

  • No fine foam technology
  • Coffee grounds chute excluded

Jura D6

The Jura D6 is marketed as a budget alternative to the E line. You still get a sleek, beautiful design and some of Jura’s signature tech features, but at a more affordable price.

Some of the frills are missing. For example, it’s controlled by a plain text display and a Rotary Switch rather than a color screen. If you don’t care much about colorful display screens, the Jura D6 still has features like PEP and the Intelligent Water System that alerts you when it’s time to replace your filters.

You’ll get 6 speciality drinks with the Jura D6. This machine is more geared toward cappuccino lovers as it’s great at stirring up a more airy milk froth rather than creamy microfoam. 

Specs

  • Dimensions (H x W x D) — 13.6 x 11 x 16.3in/34.5 x 27.94 x 41.4
  • Weight — 19.2lbs/8.7kg
  • Water Reservoir Capacity — 63.6oz/1.9L
  • Bean Container Capacity — 7.1oz/0.2L
  • Maximum Spout Height — 4.3in/11cm
  • Minimum Spout Height — 2.5in/6.35cm
  • Available Drinks — espresso, coffee, cappuccino, portion of milk foam, hot water

Features

  • Milk Frothing System —  Automatic, cappuccinatore
  • App — Optional
  • Customized User Profile — Yes
  • Milk Foam Only Function — Yes
  • Water Filter — Yes

Pros 

  • Inexpensive in comparison to the competition
  • User friendly 

Cons

  • Uses a slower Aroma G2 grinder

Jura A1

As you might expect from the price, the Jura A1 is a pretty simple coffee machine as far as Jura’s go. However, that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have some great features.

The A1 comes with Jura’s Pulse Extraction Process (PEP) technology and a multi-level Aroma G3 grinder. You won’t find a built-in milk frother, but for espresso lovers and straight coffee drinkers, this is an excellent budget option for making your simple cup of coffee with the touch of a button. 

Don’t be fooled by the lower price. The Jura A1 might not make as many speciality drinks, or have all the bells and whistles, but it does what it does well. If you don’t need a cappuccino machine, you’ll be saving a few hundred bucks by going with this model. 

Specs

  • Dimensions (H x W x D) — 12.7 x 9.4 x 17.5in/32.3 x 23.9 x 44.5cm
  • Weight — 20.3lbs/9.2kgs
  • Water Reservoir Capacity — 36.8oz/1.1L
  • Bean Container Capacity — 4.4oz/125g
  • Maximum Spout Height — 5.6in/14.2cm
  • Minimum Spout Height — 2.3in/5.3cm
  • Available Drinks — coffee, espresso, ristretto

Features

  • Milk Frothing System —  No (can purchase separately)
  • App — No
  • Customized User Profile — No
  • Milk Foam Only Function — No
  • Water Filter — Yes

Pros 

  • Great for black coffee lovers
  • Minimalist
  • Easy to maintain

Cons

  • Not app compatible
  • No milk foaming options

Considerations to Pick Out Your Jura Coffee Machine

Choosing the right Jura machine can feel a bit like selecting a new car, rather than a coffee machine. However, if you drink coffee every day, why shouldn’t it be? Your car might get you from A to B physically, but your coffee transports you from A to B mentally.

Jura machines have excellent cleaning features, a mobile app, tons of speciality drink options, and proprietary milk foam technology. It’s obvious to consider the tech features of the machine itself, but you should also understand a few things about coffee quality. While the bean is sold separately, so to speak, understanding what makes great coffee will help you decide on what machine best suits your needs. 

Furthermore, you’ll be better prepared to discern what makes an excellent cup of coffee so delicious, and replicate it with Juras customizable speciality drinks. How can you know exactly what you like and how you like it, if you lack the vocabulary to describe it? 

Coffee Quality

Despite what snobs and so called connoisseurs might say, the best coffee is the one you enjoy the most. Having said that, you don’t know what you’re missing until you expand your palette. Seeing as you’re looking for a premium coffee machine, we can assume that you’re interested in discovering the best quality coffee for your taste buds.  

When it comes to quality coffee, there are a few important factors to consider. 

  • Roasting — You typically want coffee that was roasted less than two weeks prior.
  • Grinding — For the most delicious results, be sure to use ground coffee beans in under 2 hours.
  • Cleanliness — Residue tends to build up in coffee machines if left uncleaned. For the best taste you’ll want a machine that is easy to keep in pristine condition.
  • Bean Quality — Arabica high grown coffee beans are the most popular coffee beans in the world because they are grown in optimal soil conditions. Great coffee machines deserve high quality beans.
  • Water Quality — The mineral content of water affects the taste of your coffee. Remember that most of what you’re drinking when you take a sip of coffee is water. For the best cup of jo, you’ll want to aim for water between 30-100 TDS.

A quality Jura machine will increase the quality of your coffee beverage, but there is little reason to pay for a premium machine when you’re going to feed it cheap coffee beans. Think of it like filling up the tank of a performance sports car with regular gas. 

Understanding the language of taste will help you understand how to discern and describe what you like from one brew to the next:

  • Flavor — The mixture of all other coffee qualities mentioned below coalesce to produce the overall flavor of the coffee. You typically want something that achieves balance so that one quality doesn’t overpower the others.
  • Aroma — The fragrance of coffee is loved by all coffee drinkers. A coffee’s aroma is indicative of its freshness and quality. For example, freshly-roasted beans often have a stronger aroma.
  • Body — The way a particular coffee feels as it washes over your tongue is referred to as its body. The body of coffee can be light, medium, or full and these terms indicate its thickness and richness. Methods of coffee making affect the body. For example, automatic drip-filters remove essential oils, while others French Presses retain them.
  • Bitterness — Most coffee lovers enjoy a bit of bite to their morning cup of jo. In fact, bitterness typically adds to the fullness of taste. As with most coffee flavor concerns, you want balance. Too small an amount of grounds, or too fine of a coffee grind can lead to excess bitterness.
  • Acidity — Think of acidity as the brightness of a coffee’s flavor. A tangy, sharpness is a sign of a coffee with high acidity.
  • Sweetness — We’re talking about bare coffee here, not coffee laden with sugar. Sweetness comes from a coffee’s natural sugars, glycols, alcohols, and amino acids.
  • Aftertaste — The lingering sensation following a sip of coffee can be dry and light, sweet, fruity, or spicy.

Now that you understand how to describe your coffee sipping experiences, you’ll be able to better calibrate the perfect cup of coffee with your Jura coffee machine.

Grinder

There’s nothing quite like the smell of freshly ground coffee beans. The coffee grinding process is actually an important factor in creating a delicious cup of coffee. Flavor typically grows more intense the finer the powder. 

All Jura coffee machines have an Aroma grinder installed. These grinders have grinding cones that have been engineered with just the right cutting angle. You typically have a choice of 5 settings of fineness.

Jura grinders are quick and relatively quiet. However, the Aroma G3 is about twice as fast as its young cousin, the Aroma G2.

Foam Technology

For macchiati, cappuccinos, and hot chocolate, Jura machines have fine foam frothers. Interchangeable milk spouts make cleaning easy and should be changed about every 2 months. Jura uses what it calls “revolutionary” fine foam technology. 

This “fine foaming technology” froths the milk two separate times in two separate chambers before running the compacted milk foam into your drink. Now, we might not all think of milk foamer tech as revolutionary, but it will certainly produce a nicely textured, consistent and long-lasting foam.

Not all Jura coffee machines use foam technology. For example, the Jura A1 is unable to make milk based beverages. However, in most Jura machines above the A level series, you will find this technology.  

Jura Mobile Application

These days you can’t have a product without a mobile application, and those of you that love clever acronyms will love the Jura Operating Experience (J.O.E.®). Joe is not a one trick wonder, but a Joe of all trades. Let’s break down all the ways Joe can assist you in making an excellent cup of coffee.

  • Prepare Speciality Coffees — For those that love living in the future, you can prepare up to three speciality coffees just by using your apple watch.
  • Personal Menu — Create a mobile coffee menu set to your personal preferences. You can choose how many specialities are displayed, change the name of beverages, and use photos of your choice. By selecting presets for each speciality you can ensure your beverage is made just the way you like it every time.
  • Notifications — Of course, if you don’t want Joe nagging you while you’re in a meeting, you can simply turn off your notifications. Otherwise, Joe can give you status updates about, for example, when your Jura machine needs more water or coffee beans.
  • Jura Cockpit — With Cockpit you can keep track of maintenance and cleaning, receive tips, contact customer support, and find all the Jura-related facts and figures you’ll ever need.
  • Siri — Have you ever wanted to talk to your coffee machine? Well, now you can. You can assign siri shortcuts to your coffee specialties (from iOS 12).

Not sure if Joe will be compatible with your device? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s what you need:

  • Android-Version 5.1.1 or higher
  • iOS-Version 11.0 or higher
  • Bluetooth-Version 4.1 or higher

Cleaning

A clean coffee machine produces better tasting coffee, but as anyone who’s had a coffee machine before understands that keeping it clean can be quite inconvenient. Luckily, Jura has made some innovations that streamline the process and take the effort out of maintenance. 

Self-cleaning programs help prevent scaling, a common issue with coffee machines. Jura also uses phosphate-free maintenance products, CLEARYL water filters, cleaning tablets that keep fats out of the unit, and a system for rinsing pipes of milk residue. 

Cleaning a Jura coffee machine is really about as simple as pressing a button. This is not just important for the taste of your coffee, but it’s also important that milk is handled hygienically and water is filtered properly. 

Water temperatures in Jura coffee machines hit about 176°F(80°C) during automatic cleanings. These searing temperatures kill germs and remove residue, oil, and fat. This cleaning system is especially important if you frequently prepare milk foam beverages. The integrated milk system rinsing and cleaning programmes ensure that your coffee will be free of harmful bacteria if used correctly. 

Jura Series Key Differences

The key differences between a Jura machine like the Jura A1 and the Jura GIGA series are tech features, size, and price. Most readers won’t need all the features of a GIGA series, or they don’t want to pay the hefty price for one. 

Likewise, a Jura A1 has a more accessible price, but if you’re already going to jump into the world of Jura, wouldn’t you want a few more of their signature features? On the other hand, a Jura A1 might be just the thing for a single individual who isn’t looking for a fancy cappuccino machine, and appreciates a good cup of straight black coffee or espresso. 

You have to ask yourself what’s important to you. For example, the difference between the Aroma G2 and the Aroma G3 is primarily speed. Do you really need your coffee beans to be ground twice as fast? Maybe, if you’re in a hurry. Do you entertain often? A “yes” might justify the 28 speciality drinks of a GIGA series Jura coffee machine. 

Now that you understand the features and benefits of Jura coffee machine, ask yourself what you need, and scroll through the options again.

Are Jura Machines Worth the Money?

If you don’t drink coffee, then no, Jura machines aren’t worth the money. A better question is: Is a Jura machine worth the money to you? 

Think of how much money you spend on purchasing coffee everyday from a cafe. It can easily add up to thousands of dollars over the course of a few years. If that’s the case for you, then a Jura coffee machine is more of an investment than an expense in the long run.

Maybe you already make coffee from home. In that case, how much is convenience and a perfect cup of coffee worth to you? Think of it this way? Do you really need a dishwasher? Probably not, but it sure makes life a bit easier. Do you really need to buy the more expensive cut of meat? No, but it tastes better. If coffee is a big part of your daily life, why not do it right?

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