TrueBrew is what sets this machine from other fully automatic models. TrueBrew makes your iced coffee strong enough that it doesn’t take watered down once the ice starts melting.
What it does is it grinds a higher dosage of coffee, it pre-infuses the coffee for a longer time so you get a more concentrated cup, it brews a longer shot of espresso and it does it at a lower temperature.
DeLonghi Dinamica with Truebrew vs. Dinamica with LatteCrema:
From beans to latte, in a single touch. Reimagine your coffee experience at home
18 Espresso and Specialty Coffee Recipes Menu: Brew any of your favorite specialty coffee-shop drinks at home, with just one touch of a button. Now you can enjoy lattes, cappuccinos, macchiatos, espressos, iced coffees, ristrettos, flat whites, and many more drinks.
Built-in Conical Burr Grinder: Treat yourself to always freshly ground espresso and save counter space with the integrated grinder. With 13 adjustable settings, this grinder ensures that the coffee beans of your choice are ground as evenly and finely as possible to bring out rich flavors and aroma.
Latte Crema System: Adjustable, self-cleaning milk frother automatically froths milk to the ideal density and texture for lattes, cappuccinos, flat white and other espresso-base drinks. Plus, it’s compatible with alternative milks too, like oat, rice and soy.
The easiest machine to clean and maintain: just pop out the drip tray and the milk carafe and put them in the dishwasher.
The Dinamica with LatteCrema System has two major differences:
To start, this model has a built-in automatic milk frothing system. The milk container holds your cold milk and will automatically heat, froth and dispense the milk into your cup. You can use any type of milk or milk alternative you want. However, results will vary depending on the type of milk you use.
Thanks to the automatic frothing system, the machine comes with a full drink menu where you can prepare your favorite drink with a press of a button. On the control panel, you’ll find buttons for drinks like cappuccino, latte, iced coffee. You can also access additional recipes and customize them using the Drink Menu and My Menu buttons.
So, with the Dinamica, you’re manually measuring and frothing your milk. With the Dinamica LatteCrema, the machine will measure and froth milk for you according to each recipe, which you can customize to your liking.
Also, the milk frother is adjustable. So you can adjust the density of your froth and foam. The milk container is removable, so any leftover milk can be stored in the fridge for later use.
Can The LatteCrema System Be Purchased Separately?
If you already have a Dinamica and wondering if you can buy the LatteCrema system on its own, unfortunately, it cannot be done. It would not be compatible with the machine and will not work.
DeLonghi Dinamica vs. Magnifica, What’s The Difference?
Magnifica is one of DeLonghi’s most popular lines of automatic espresso machines. It’s hard to compare it to Dinamica as the Magnifica line has a lot of machines that vary greatly in features and price.
But I tried finding the most comparable Magnifica to the Dinamica, in price range at least, and the Magnifica Smart seems to be it. So here’s how they compare:
The biggest difference between these two machine are:
The Magnifica Smart does not have TrueBrew over-ice setting. Does that mean you can’t make iced coffee using it? No, of course not. You can make your iced coffee using any machine. The difference would be that you’ll have to balance a good shot that would still taste good even when your ice starts melting. And since the Magnifica does not have TrueBrew to use lower temperature for brewing over ice, your ice will probably start melting quicker if you choose to brew over ice using a regular brewing option.
If you drink a lot of iced coffee, I highly recommend you go for the Dinamica instead of Magnifica.
The second difference is the frother style. This model of Magnifica uses a built-in milk frothing dispenser, which means the machine will automatically froth and dispense the right amount of milk for your selected recipe. And since the machine does that, you’ll find a recipe button for milk based drinks like Cappuccino and Latte Macchiato. On the other hand, the Dinamica has a steam wand, so you’ll be frothing the milk manually.
JURA is an innovative company and a leader in its field of super automatic coffee maker, which is why their coffee makers, although priced on the high end, are still popular. When it comes to bean to cup experience, either for home or office, a JURA coffee maker will not disappoint. But the trick to getting your best JURA machine is knowing exactly what you want and not picking one randomly.
A Jura coffee maker will always give you a fresh cup of coffee with a quick touch of a button. But since they make many coffee makers, you’ll find that some models have more or less features than others. So to avoid disappointments, read up on the features of all model features before buying one. And for that reason exactly, we’re doing this write-up of popular JURA automatic espresso and coffee makers.
What Makes JURA Special:
Built-in grinder means you get freshly ground beans at every brew. There’s no need to buy a high quality grinder separately.
Fully automatic, saves time and always prepares coffee in precisely measured coffee/water ratio and temperature.
High quality build.
High upfront cost, but saves money over time.
No continuous pod costs. You’re always using fresh coffee beans or your choice of ground coffee.
Popular Jura Product Lines:
ENA Micro: ENA Micro 1, ENA Micro A1, ENA Micro 5 and ENA Micro 9
The JURA ENA Micro line is a simple and compact super automatic that is as straight forward as they come. There’s no complicated features on the ENA Micro machines, only simple size selection buttons where you select what you want to drink. Press and leave the rest to your machine to do.
What makes the ENA Micro special is its comparatively compact size (in comparison to other super automatics, which are usually rather large). But let’s look at the features of each ENA Micro model:
Features of ENA Micro 1:
1-cup coffee spout with adjustable height.
Designed to be as small as possible. Dimensions: 9 x 12.7 x 17.5 inches. (W x H x D)
Drinks to make: coffee, espresso and ristretto.
Built-in conical burr grinder with adjustable grind levels.
Bypass chute for pre-ground coffee.
Water reservoir capacity: 36.8 oz
Touch panel for choosing cup size and aroma level (strength)
Intelligent pre-heating ensures coffee is heated before it brews.
Jura ENA Micro 1 vs. 5 vs. 9, What’s The Difference?
To recap and list the biggest difference between these models:
ENA Micro 1 has a single spout and is designed to simply make espresso, coffee or ristretto. There’s on option for adding a frother, but of course, you can purchase any electric frother separately.
ENA Micro 5 has a two-cup spout. The spout is rotated for single or double use, and the machine will automatically know if you’re brewing one or two cups at a time and adjusts accordingly. Like the ENA Micro 1, it only brews coffee, espresso or ristretto. For milk based drinks, you’ll have to purchase a frother separately. The Micro 5 also has an Aroma+ grinder, which grinds better and faster while preserving aroma.
ENA Micro 9 and Micro 90 have a single spout, but finally, this is where the milk frother is available. If you want to make milk based drinks like Cappuccino or Latte, you’ll want this model. The Micro 90 is the newer version and it has Pulse Extraction Process that produces a better shot with stronger aroma.
Review of JURA Impressa:
The Impressa line is where the JURA takes things to the next level either with the machines capability or controls. If you want combination of features and power, the Impressa is something to consider. Yes, the Impressa is still middle-line for JURA, and there are more powerful models available.
Features of JURA Impressa C60:
Simple Rotary Switch operation with text display. Just turn the dial to select your drink.
Dual, height adjustable spout.
Built-in conical burr grinder.
Built-in milk frother with fine foam technology.
Programmed drinks: coffee, espresso
Hot water function.
Four adjustable coffee strength levels.
Two adjustable coffee temperature levels
Integrated rinsing, cleaning and descaling programs.
JURA Impressa C60 vs. S9 vs. Z9, What’s The Difference?
The Impressa S9 and Z9 have a one-touch Cappuccino system. This means that the machines are equipped with two thermoblock heating systems that operate separately. One of these heating systems is used to operate a milk frother and coffee spout for preparing the speciality milk based drinks. This is separated from the coffee spout that is located in the middle of the machine.
The C60 has a built-in milk frother, so you can make speciality milk based drinks with it. However, it has a single thermoblock heating system. You’ll have to heat and froth the milk separately, then move your cup to the coffee side to add the coffee.
On the Z9, you can dispense hot milk only using the milk frother.
Hot Water Function:
All three models have a hot water function where there is a dedicated hot water spout. But on the Z9, there is three levels of hot water instead of just one.
There are temperature settings for hot water on the Z9 and S9 but not on the C60.
Water Reservoir Capacity:
The Z9 has the largest water capacity of 93.7 oz, followed by the S9 with 90.3 oz capacity. The C60 has a 63.6 oz capacity.
Bean Hopper Capacity:
Both the Z9 and S9 have 9.9 oz capacity. The C60 has a 7.1 oz capacity.
The Z9 has a TFT color display combined with buttons for operation.
The C60 and S9 have Plain text display and rotary switch.
The Z9 has a coffee spout that is both height and width adjustable. The Cappuccino spout is also height adjustable.
The spouts on the S9 and C60 are height adjustable.
Review of JURA E Line:
The JURA E Line is the first in the world to include P.E.P technology. Pulse Extraction Process, which is developed by JURA, optimizes extraction time by forcing hot water through the coffee ground in short intervals. This allows the coffee ground to fully expand and develop flavors.
Features of JURA E6:
Fully automatic espresso and coffee maker with P.E.P technology.
Dual height adjustable coffee spout.
Drinks to make: Espresso, Coffee, Cappuccino, milk foam and hot water.
Hot water spout also height adjustable.
Built-in Aroma G3 Conical burr grinder.
Built-in milk frother.
Single thermoblock heating system.
Eight levels of adjustable coffee strength level.
Three levels of hot water.
Drinks can be adjusted in strength, volume or temperature. Including hot water.
The E8 has more pre-set drinks available in its menu. In addition to the espresso, coffee, cappuccino and milk foam or hot water the E6 can make, the E8 also has ristretto, latte, flat white and hot milk (as in a full cup of hot milk and not just extra foam).
Both machines have the same grinder as well as 8 levels of coffee strength levels. However, the E6 does not have a bypass for pre-ground coffee. Which means, you’ll always have to use the built-in grinder. While on the E8, you have to option of using pre ground coffee instead of the built-in grinder.
The E8 has a one-touch cappuccino system. Which means the machine will froth milk and dispense coffee in a separate spout.
With the E6, the milk spout is on the same side as the coffee spout. So there’s no separate cappuccino system.
The E8 is slightly bigger in capacity than the E6. It has a 64 oz water reservoir capacity rather than 63 oz, and 10 oz bean hopper capacity instead of 9.9 oz. So that barely makes any difference.
Which Of These JURA Espresso and Coffee Makers Should You Buy?
As you can see from all the features we talked about above, each of JURA’s lines comes with specific features as well as limitations. There’s also a price range that might be important to your decision. For prices, please check at the time of your purchase as prices change constantly by vendors, so we can’t mention precise prices.
The ENA Micro line is as simple as it gets. It is made for espresso and coffee preparation only. No milk frother. This line is also compact in size, making it a great option with space limitation. This line is perfect for someone who wants a simple push-button bean-to-cup experience without doing any work. You can purchase an electric milk frother separately if you ever choose to expand the drinks you want to make. You can brew a shot using your ENA and then make the froth separately. That’s if you choose either the ENA Micro 1 or 5. ENA Micro 9 has a built-in milk frother as well as a hot water function. But of course, that takes it’s price ranger higher than the other models in the ENA Micro models.
Next comes the IMPRESSA line, where the built-in milk frother is a default. But the choice here is between either a dedicated cappuccino system (Z9 or S9) where the milk based drinks are prepared fully in a separate section. Or a built-in frother like the C60’s, where you prepare the milk on one side and then move the cup to the coffee spout. Also, the IMPRESSA Z9 used the colored TFT display which the other two Impressa machines lack.
The E Line introduces P.E.P technology, which promises a better extraction process to produce a great shot of espresso or coffee. P.E.P (Pulse Extraction Process) releases the hot water through the coffee ground in short intervals, this process works on developing the flavors of the freshly ground coffee and bringing the best out of the bean’s flavor and aroma.
The E Line has the colored TFT display by default. This nice display makes much easier and quicker to navigate the options and customize your drinks.
How To Save On Your JURA Machine Purchase?
One of the best way to save money on JURA machines is to buy a refurbished machine. This cuts on the price of the machine, by half sometimes! However, you won’t always find the exact model you’re looking for. But it’s certainly worth checking! We highly recommend our partners at 1stincoffee.com for refurbished JURA machines.
Saeco Philips are makers of the best superautomatic espresso machines. You can find a range of super autos from Saeoc with cool features and at a range of prices that make it affordable to many people.
In this post, we’ll be looking at the Saeco Philips Intelia Deluxe, an easy to use, bean-to-cup espresso maker that will brew your favorite coffee drinks with simple push of a button.
The Intelia Deluxe is a superautomatic that will make you a fresh cup of coffee, as fresh as can be, thanks to its built-in grinder that grinds the beans as soon as you push a button for your favorite drinks. It is available in two models: HD8759/47 and HD8771/93 (also known as Intelia Deluxe Cappuccino), which we will be comparing later in the post.
Features of the Saeco Intelia Deluxe Cappuccino HD8771/93:
Prepares all espresso based drinks like Cappuccino, Latte, Macchiato, Americano and more with a push of a button.
Built-in ceramic grinders that last longer and never overheat.
Built-in milk frother pitcher automatically froths milk and adds it to your cup.
Milk frothing pitcher is detachable, which allows you to store left over milk in the fridge.
Quick Heat boiler allows you to prepare your drinks with no wait time.
Choose from 5 strength settings, 10 grind settings and temperature settings.
LCD display allows you to easily program your machine.
Dedicated buttons for each coffee drink for quick operation.
What Is The Difference Between Saeco Philips Intelia Deluxe HD8759/47 vs HD8771/93
This is the Intelia Deluxe HD8759/47. It is identical to the Intelia Deluxe Cappuccino but with one slight difference:
The Intelia Deluxe lacks the milk frother carafe. Instead, it has a a hose that connect to the frother at one end, and you have to put in in a milk jug so it draws the milk, froth it and add it to your cup. After the milk in added, you’ll have to manually move your cup to the coffee spout for the next step. You can also use a frothing wand, which means you’ll have to froth the milk manually.
The JURA Impressa A9 is, as you would imagine, a quite impressive super automatic espresso maker. The high-end coffee maker gives you the luxury of having your favorite coffee drinks whenever you want with a simple touch of a button. And we’re not talking about a drink in a capsule here, JURA brews fresh coffee from beans that grind on demand right before you brew them. But does this luxury come with a price? Most of the time, it does. JURA espresso and coffee makers aren’t cheap at all. However, the good news is, we’re here to tell you how you can get this high-end, amazing machine at a highly discounted price.
Why Buy The JURA Impressa A9?
Here are the features that make the JURA Impressa A9:
Fully programmable with the ability to program the strength and volume of the drink.
Easy to use color touch screen allows you to choose and customize your favorite drinks.
Use the touch screen to go through pictures of 12 programmed drinks, customize them and save your customization.
Drinks include: coffee, espresso, cappuccino, latte and more.
Built-in Aroma+ Grinder that is twice as fast as the old JURA grinders and quieter.
One-touch milk frothing system.
4.4 bean hopper with aroma preservation seal.
Bypass doser for using pre-ground coffee instead of beans.
37 oz. removable water tank.
Clearyl Blue water filtration system eliminates chlorine taste and the need to decalcify.
Height-adjustable spout (2.2″ to 5.4) allows you to uses cups of different heights.
The Impressa A9 is somewhat on the smaller footprint size of a machine, much like the ENA9 One Touch.
However, the ENA 9 still uses the old LCD display with press buttons while the Impressa A9 has a cool touchscreen that makes controlling the machine and customizing drinks. much easier.
Both machines have the same water tank capacity.
Both also have the same one touch milk frothing system and hot water dispenser.
The ENA 9 has a larger bean hopper at 7 oz capacity while the Impressa A9 has a 4.4 oz hopper.
We believe the biggest difference here is how you control these machines. The Impressa A9 has a much easier control panel thanks to the color touchscreen on it, you simply swipe and select from photos of pre-programmed drinks and customize them to your liking. You can do the same on the ENA 9, however, you’ll be using a backlit LCD display, separate buttons and a dial knob, which isn’t as easy as the touch screen.
Watch the JURA Impressa A9 in Action:
Why Buy the JURA Impressa A9 Refurbished? And Where To Buy It?
Like we said before, JURA’s espresso makers are high-end with big price tags. So why not enjoy the luxury of a JURA super automatic espresso maker and save 30% to 50% on its price?! The machines will be factory refurbished and backed by a 1 year warranty with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. It doesn’t get any better than this!
Swiss brand JURA makes high-end superautomatic espresso makers that every coffee lovers dreams of having at home. The Jura ENA 9 is the slimmest super-automatic made by Jura, it gives you a wide range of freshly brewed specialty coffee drinks with a touch of a button. The machine does it all, from grinding, to coffee brewing and milk frothing, all you have to do is push a button!
Why Buy a Refurbished Jura?
You might be wondering why we’re writing specifically about a refurbished Jura. Why not buy new? And is it safe to buy a refurbished machine?
Well, we realize that many people dream of having a Jura at home, but Jura’s coffee systems happen to be at the high end when it comes to price. The machines are certainly worth it, but unfortunately, not everyone can afford to buy a brand-new Jura.
That’s where a refurbished machine makes a very smart option. You can get a refurbished, new-like Jura machine with savings up to %50 OFF! That, right away, makes it a much more affordable option for many people. The machines are factory serviced in the Jura USA Facility and come with a 1 year warranty.
Why Choose the ENA 9 One-Touch?
Jura has a wide range of excellent espresso machines, but the ENA 9 One Touch has to be our favorite for many reasons you’ll learn about in this post.
Features of the ENA 9 One Touch:
Less than 9 1/2 Inch wide, making it the slimmest of its kind.
Built-in conical burr grinder with 5 adjustable grind settings.
7 oz bean hopper capacity.
37 oz removable water tank.
15 bar pump pressure.
Bypass doser for using coffee ground, in case you wish to use coffee other than the one in the hopper.
One-touch milk frothing for creating specialty coffee drinks.
Hot water dispenser.
Height adjustable coffee spout allows you to adjust according to your cup’s height to eliminate splashing.
Fully programmable cup sizes, coffee volume and temperature settings.
Aroma Boost setting for giving you an extra kick and taking the strength of your coffee up a notch.
LCD screen display with color changing light to indicate status of the machine: Green = ready, Red = requires action or Yellow = Programming mode.
Rotary dial allows you to choose and reprogram your settings.
We already said that Jura has the best super automatic espresso machine out there. But, there’s one downside to it that I personally don’t like.
If you happened to be a fan of cappuccinos or lattes, then you’ll definitely need frothed milk. The machine does automatically froth milk for you, but that milk has to be drawn using a milk container. Your Jura machine will include a ‘hose’ of sort that you’ll attach to your machine and then put in your container of choice. Jura does have milk containers, but they’re sold separately, and that’s exactly what I don’t like. For a machine of Jura’s class, you’d hope that the milk container was included with your purchase. However, you can still use your own container.