Breville BREBDC600XL YouBrew Drip Coffee Maker
- Single Cup' setting from regular to extra-large cup size
- Adjustable strength settings
- 1 year limited
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The first coffee maker that tailors the brew for a cup, travel mug or carafe. The culmination of over 5 years of research into coffee and coffee lovers, the YouBrew navigates all the variables that make your perfect cup.Customize your brew strength with 7 settings that increase the amount of ground coffee, as well as your flavor profile with 5 settings that vary the steeping time of the coffee and water. The integrated burr grinder then grinds your choice of beans to the optimal size just prior to brewing for maximum freshness, flavor and aroma. The unique BrewIQ System ensures the right amount of coffee is dosed with the right amount of water while heating the water to the optimum temperature, then gives you the flexibility to brew directly into your favorite cup, travel mug or the included thermal carafe for weekend entertaining.A top-fill water tank ensures easy filling and a swing-out door allows for convenient access to the removable coffee basket for cleaning. Coffee basket includes a gold-tone filter and is also paper filter compatible.The YouBrew is made with BPA Free Materials.
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Top Customer Reviews
First thing you need to know is the unit is really that big! It's beautiful if you like stainless steel but it does take up space. It won't comfortably fit under most kitchen cabinets because you need top access to the coffee bean hopper and the tank lid for pouring in fresh water. Breville makes all their appliances big and stainless steel bulky - it's meant to be displayed and will certainly earn the admiration of visitors.
Second, it is noisy, but the grinding isn't any noisier than any good grinder, I'm talking about $150+ grinders like a Baratza, not your cheap $20 grinders that tend to burn the coffee beans. The Breville grinder does a great job and the grinds are consistent in size throughout. The grinding doesn't last that long - depends on how many cups of coffee you're making. For a single cup, it grinds 5-10 secs, seriously, people nitpick the wrong things because they're so used to cheap grinders, not the quality ones that espresso aficionados use.
Third, the carafe does an outstanding job of keeping coffee warm for hours but I agree it is difficult to get out every last drop - the carafe's design is to keep the coffee warm without using a hot plate. I believe if you're buying such an expensive coffee maker you probably appreciate the taste of freshly ground and brewed coffee and are not looking to keep it hot for hours before consuming. This is not your truck stop coffee maker that makes sludge and overheats it for hours. This is for people who want fresh, fresh, fresh. You can make a cup at a time or any amount up to a carafe of 12 cups.Read more ›
It's best to use a drier coffee bean as well, the really oily ones cause the grinder chute to plug up and you need to frequently get in there with something small to unplug it. I've found the Kirkland Espresso Blend from Costco works great in it and makes superb coffee.
Knowing about these small issues makes this an awesome coffee maker, so much so I bought one for my parents. The thermos carafe keeps the coffee hot for a ridiculous amount of time without heating the coffee again. You will never again taste burnt coffee with this machine.
I was tempted to give this 5 stars because of how good the coffee is, but with the above issues I thought 4 stars was more appropriate.
- Don't need to measure out the coffee needed when using the whole beans - perfect cup of coffee every time. (this is my favorite. It lets me be lazy)
- Can make as much or as little coffee as you like - many single cup and carafe settings
- Can use fresh beans, or pre-ground coffee easily
- No need for t-discs or k-cups
- Carafe keeps the coffee warm for a long time - and fresh
- Carafe doesn't have a glass liner, like most do (less chance of breaking/leakage)
- Easy to clean, as far as all in one coffee makers go. Even comes with a mini-brush that stores in the grinder area, so it's on hand when you need it to clean the grinder/chute.
- Takes a bit longer to brew, even on single cup setting (it is worth it though - the coffee is much like that from a french press).
- Expensive up-front (though I find it's a good investment instead of buying coffee discs and the extra waste they cause)
- The price fluctuates drastically - by about $100.
- The interior of the carafe stains if you leave coffee in it for too long. This is really minor - and warned about in user manual. I consider this a fair trade-off for not using plastic or glass inside the carafe.
- It is definitely a learning experience trying to figure out which strength you want your coffee - don't underestimate even the mid-level settings. I love a strong cup of coffee and I find I'm most content with the 2nd lowest strength setting.
- Get a product protection plan if you can. If you're already going to spend this kind of money, protect your investment to extend the warranty.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
Just don't waste your money……have seen two in garbage just this week as i was getting ready to toss mine.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is the most amazing coffee maker! I love having freshly ground coffee every morning, and it's so convenient to be able to choose between filling a cup or mug or carafe. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Frank
I absolutely love this coffee maker! I have owned it for over a year now and so far haven't had any issues with it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
So far so good, had this over a year and no complaints. I love the single cup brew feature and that you can easily set the strength of the grind per cup. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kristin H
Purchased it earlier this year, and after 5 months the machine started boil over/burn the coffee. Cleaned the coffee maker repeatedly to no avail. Read morePublished 8 months ago by jc