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With thousands of new coffee machines coming out, it can be hard to keep track. However, when I saw the Avigator grind and brew automatic coffee maker, I knew I had to review it.
With its unique look and cool interface, I was excited to try it out and see how it stacks up to the hundreds of other machines I’ve reviewed.
So, let’s not waste any more time and get started.
The Look of the Machine
This machine has an interesting look to it. It’s not a very traditional design; instead, it’s quite futuristic. The big black box design looks unique, and all my friends who visited me complimented me on the look of the machine.
At the end of the day, it’s all about personal tastes, and personally, I love the look of this one!
The Taste of the Coffee
I thought the flavor of the coffee it made was quite good. It wasn’t the best coffee ever (you’ll need a dedicated espresso machine for that), but for an automatic machine, it wasn’t too bad. It made my coffee relatively quickly, and it was exactly what I needed, especially as I was quite busy and enjoyed the fact that I didn’t have to spend too much time making my coffee.
The built-in grinder ensured that my beans were ground to the perfect consistency, whether I preferred a fine espresso grind or a coarser grind.
The programmable settings are also a game-changer, as they allowed me to experiment with different brewing parameters to find my ideal cup. The biggest advantage of this machine is that the coffee maker’s precision ensures that each cup is consistent in flavor and strength.
One minor drawback is that the grinder can be a bit noisy, which might be a consideration if you’re an early riser in a household of light sleepers like me. However, the quality of the grind and the resulting coffee is worth the noise, in my opinion.
While the Avigator Grind and Brew Automatic Coffee Maker falls into the mid-range price category, I found that it offers exceptional value for its features and performance. Its ability to grind fresh beans, customize brew settings, and produce consistently delicious coffee makes it a worthwhile investment for any coffee lover.
Try It Out
All in all, the Avigator grind and brew automatic coffee maker is a top contender in the world of coffee machines. With its built-in grinder, programmable settings, and stylish design, it ticked all the boxes for me. While it may be a bit noisy, the resulting cup of coffee and the time it takes to make it is well worth it.
If you’re serious about your coffee and want the convenience of grinding and brewing in one machine, the Avigator is an excellent choice that won’t disappoint.
However, if you’re looking for a regular espresso machine, check out the Empstorm.
I hope you enjoyed this review. If you’ve tried out automatic coffee machines before, let me know your thoughts on them in the comments below.