The Top 5 Coffee Machine Brands of 2020

The Top 5 Coffee Machine Brands of 2020

2020 is here, and with it, a whole new year of coffee experiences awaits you. Whether you’re looking for a new machine for home, to give you a bit more freedom of choice in the morning, or you’re part of an office team that deserves an upgrade this year, it can be tricky to know where to start with regards to the coffee machine brands to trust. Luckily, we’ve taken some time to explore the Top 5 best coffee machine brands of the new year, which can serve as a guide for you as you gather a few quotes, before deciding on your next major coffee purchase. 

  1. Breville

Breville is a popular Australian brand, which has branched out of supplying basic home appliances into the coffee market and don’t so most successfully. Founded in Sydney back in 1932, their coffee machines are well known in retail spaces, and tend to be designed with a view towards the future. Their latest products are not only equipped with a lot of functionality upgrades, but it has also become more affordable to buy a machine that gives you a wide range of options to choose from each day. 

  1. DeLonghi

DeLonghi has a history that dates back to 1902, starting out in Italy as a small appliance manufacturer and also growing its hold on the coffee market due to an explosion in popularity during pre-war Europe. DeLonghi’s products lean towards the high-end and may come with a heftier price tag than some of the others on our list, but you’re not only paying for great quality, but impeccable style too. Their semi automatic machine ranges are beautifully crafted and come highly recommended online.


  1. Nescafé

Nescafé is one of the most recognisable coffee brands in the world, known for being the sister brand to Nestlé. The brand was first introduced back in April of 1938 in Switzerland, and since then, they’ve produced an extensive range of coffee products, including Dolce Gusto, a popular capsule (pod) based coffee brand that is proving to be tremendously popular with audiences old and young. Look no further you’re looking for a more modern (albeit unconventional) coffee machine and products. 

  1. Bravilor

Bravilor Bonamat is a Dutch manufacturer that focuses on all things coffee. Started in 1947, originally their focus was on being a wholesale reseller of espresso machines, which ultimately led to them branching out and manufacturing their own products a few years down the line. With a large footprint in Europe, it’s no wonder that their filter coffee machine always ends up on bestseller lists, and if you’re looking for a simplified coffee product at a great price, focus your attention on some of their entry-level products. 

  1. Jura

Jura is a well known company, which was established in the 1930’s by a man named Leo Henzirohs. The company has grown to the point where they are now outsourcing most of their work, but this has (thankfully) not affect the quality of their products. Best known for its fully automatic espresso machines, the brand continues to grow from strength to strength, turning the everyday coffee drinker into a budding home barista thanks to the charm of its products. If you’re looking for some great deals for some of Jura’s most popular products, including their latest automatic coffee machine, Aquaspresso is a great place to start.