The new Breville machines tackle drip, pour-over, cold brew and espresso tasks with enhanced technology.
The Oracle Touch, Breville's first fully automatic espresso machine, almost does it all by itself.
Breville's Smart Grinder Pro works best with espresso makers and single cups of pour-over.
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The $2,000 Miele CM6310 Countertop Coffee System makes better coffee than many pricier superautomatic espresso machines, but it could be more fun to operate.
If you're willing to make the effort, the $600 Breville Barista Express pulls flavorful espresso shots without much of a learning curve.
If you seek a home espresso machine with the power to pull truly excellent shots, look no further than the $600 Breville Barista Express.
There's no need to spend thousands on a home espresso machine when the Breville Barista Express can do the job for a lot less.
The Nutri Ninja Auto-IQ looks to have the pieces of a perfect blender, but falls short of expectations.
The Breville Fast Slow Pro is a pressure cooker that can also slow cook, sear, steam and saute. If you can deal with the product's finicky lid, the $250 Fast Slow Pro would make a good addition to your kitchen.
$250 is a lot to spend on an electric kettle, even one designed specifically for brewing tea, but the Breville Tea Maker offers a tempting blend of precise temperature control and motorized steep timing.
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