Coffee machines with grinder


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Is it worth choosing a machine with a ceramic grinder?

A ceramic grinder in some cases may be quieter and does not overheat as much as a stainless steel. The benefits of a ceramic grinder are most noticeable when more than 10-15 cups of coffee are made per day.

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What is the difference between ceramic and stainless steel grinder?

There are various opinions when it comes to the question which of these grinders is better. However, all grinders are designed for the same purpose, i.e. to grind the beans and to perform it properly. If you use the coffee machine at home and make up to 20 cups per day, then the choice of the grinder is not that important. Still, each grinder has several differences. Ceramic grinder::

  • Can be more silent depending on the placement in the coffee machine
  • Heats up less when being used constantly and does not additionally heat (burn) the beans.
Stainless steel grinder:
  • Is considered to be more durable when large amounts of coffee are being made
  • Can be less sensitive to the waste that got into coffee (unroasted coffee beans, pebbles etc.)

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About Coffee Machines with Grinders

Coffee machines with grinders are a game-changer for coffee enthusiasts. They offer the perfect blend of convenience and quality, allowing you to enjoy freshly ground coffee beans in the comfort of your home. Whether you prefer a single shot of espresso or a full-bodied pot of drip coffee, these machines are always on hand to cure your coffee cravings.

How to choose the best coffee machine with a grinder for your home?

When it comes to coffee machines with built-in grinders, there are four main types to consider, each with its unique features and advantages. It’s not just bean-to-cup coffee machines that can grind beans, either! You’ll also find espresso and filter coffee machines, as well as coffee machines that can be built into your cabinets, all of which will also freshly grind beans for each cup of coffee.

Automatic coffee machine with grinder

Bean-to-cup coffee machines are the epitome of convenience, as they take care of the entire coffee brewing process from start to finish. They handle everything from grinding the beans to brewing the coffee, with minimal effort required from the user.


These machines offer a wide range of customizations, allowing you to adjust grind size, coffee strength, and brewing temperature. For example, some De’Longhi bean-to-cup coffee machines offer the exclusive “LatteCrema” system, providing exceptional control over the milk’s frothiness and temperature, delivering perfect lattes and cappuccinos every time! While Siemens bean-to-cup coffee machines have the innovative “AromaDouble Shot” feature – a patented process that delivers two separate grinding and brewing cycles for each cup, resulting in an exceptionally rich and flavorful espresso experience.

Milk frothing

Milk frothing systems come in two primary types – steam wand and automated frothing systems. The steam wand, exemplified by the SMEG bean-to-cup coffee machine, is a manual method that allows users to control the frothing process. Steam wands are ideal for coffee enthusiasts who enjoy a hands-on approach. On the other hand, automated frothing systems like the ones in Melitta bean-to-cup coffee machines streamline the process with one-touch convenience. They’re perfect for coffee lovers looking for consistent, effortless results!

Multiple beverage options

A bean-to-cup coffee machine with a grinder can make a dazzling range of coffee styles. Each range and model comes preloaded with different recipe menus, too. If you mostly enjoy simple drinks, like black coffee with milk or classic espresso, you can opt for a coffee machine with a more basic menu- like Philips bean-to-cup coffee machines. However, if you enjoy experimenting with your coffee creations, or have a large family with diverse preferences, look for one with a wider array of recipes to meet everyone’s needs. Something like the Krups bean-to-cup coffee machines, which offer up to 19 pre-programmed coffee recipes, would be a great match.

User profile

Another fantastic feature to watch out for in your coffee machine is the ability to create user profiles. This means you can create and save your favourite drinks to enjoy over and over again. Gaggia bean-to-cup coffee machines, for example, let you create up to 4 user profiles. If you need even more, brands like Miele, De’Longhi, Saeco, Nivona, or Dr Coffee will be perfect for you.

Built-in coffee machines with grinders

Do you want to integrate your coffee machine seamlessly into your kitchen? Then a built-in coffee machine with a grinder is the perfect choice. These machines are designed to be installed directly into your cabinetry, creating a sleek and clutter-free look.

Customization and control

Here’s a fun fact: many built-in coffee machines give you more control over the coffee-making process than freestanding models! They allow you to adjust a broad range of features, like grind size, water temperature, and extraction time.

Not sure where to start? Take milk frothing to the next level with Bosch built-in coffee machines, allowing you to tailor foam density and temperature for the perfect froth in your milk-based drinks. Or let Electrolux’s models craft your ideal brew with adjustable coffee strength and quantity, precise control over milk volume for lattes and cappuccinos, and so much more. Siemens’ built-in coffee machines, on the other hand, offer a dream-team combo for personalization, enabling you to create and save up to 8 unique recipes with customised settings for a perfectly tailored coffee experience every time.

Integration with Smart Home systems

Most of the built-in coffee machines with grinders in our ranges can be controlled using dedicated mobile applications. Adjust your coffee settings, schedule coffee preparation times, and even receive maintenance alerts, all at the touch of a button. They’re perfect for tech-savvy coffee enthusiasts who want greater control and automation in their coffee-making while seamlessly integrating their daily coffee ritual into their smart home ecosystem. Want to see some in action? Use the filter at the top of our page to pre-select machines with smart app integration.

Space efficiency

Built-in coffee machines are space-efficient, making them ideal for kitchens of all sizes. As they seamlessly integrate into cabinetry, you save valuable counter space and benefit from a sleek and organised look, so it’s a win-win!

Espresso machines with grinders

Espresso machines with grinders are a favourite among coffee connoisseurs with a passion for the art of espresso. Specially designed to extract all the flavour and aroma from the finely ground coffee beans, every cup of espresso they make is rich and intense- just like great espresso should be.

Convenience and space-saving design

Espresso machines with built-in grinders offer a streamlined coffee-making process. You don’t need a separate grinder, which saves you counter space and reduces clutter in your kitchen. Additionally, there’s no need to measure and transfer the ground coffee, so preparation is super simple, and it saves a ton of time, too. Perfect for when you’re in a hurry!


The La Pavoni espresso machine with grinder allows you to adjust the amount of coffee to grind for each shot of espresso for consistent flavour and strength in your espresso shots while reducing the risk of errors. This makes it easier for both beginners and experienced baristas to achieve reliable, repeatable (and delicious) results.

Filter coffee maker with grinder

For those who prefer large quantities of coffee, filter coffee machines with grinders are the way to go, combining the convenience of a drip coffee maker with the freshness of freshly ground beans. With a built-in grinder for added consistency, each pot of coffee is brewed with the perfect grind size for a well-balanced and flavorful cup of joe.


In addition to fantastic coffee flavour, grind and brew coffee makers tend to be more budget-friendly than bean-to-cup, built-in, or espresso machines. They are generally more affordable to purchase upfront, and they typically require less maintenance, too.


Filter coffee makers with grinders typically have simple designs. They consist of a grinder, a water reservoir, a heating element, a filter basket, and a pot or carafe. This straightforwardness means fewer intricate components to malfunction and less maintenance.

Size and space

Filter coffee machines are designed to be compact and space-efficient. They are built with smaller kitchens in mind, so they occupy less counter space compared to larger and bulkier coffee machines.

If you need help

We know choosing the ideal coffee machine with a grinder is an important decision with serious ramifications for your coffee-drinking experience. Are you in need of guidance or do you have some questions? The friendly consultants at Coffee Friend are always here to help. Reach out to us via phone or email for expert assistance today. The ideal coffee machine to suit your tastes and needs is waiting for you! Or you’re welcome to boost today’s caffeine (shopping) intake and explore the other types of coffee machines we have on offer.

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