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Amazon Prime Day 2021 is here, and we’re finding great bargains on all things coffee!
Prime Day comes only once a year, and is usually bigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
We’re keeping an eye out for new Amazon Prime Day coffee deals and revealing them here as Prime Day progresses, and we’ve also included some traditional Bean Poet favorites toward the bottom of our list. We’ve covered and recommended all of these items at Bean Poet over the past couple of years. They’ve also proven to be popular with Bean Poet readers. Whether they’re offered at a special price today or not, we think they’re great bargains anytime.
Check back throughout Monday and Tuesday—the best deals can go fast!
To take advantage of Prime Day prices you will need a Prime membership. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial that will get you through Prime Day.
You can start your shopping by browsing through the items below. We hope you find something you like.
Bean Poet’s Prime Day recommendations
NEW: Cuisinart SS-15P1 Coffee Center
If you just want a durable coffee maker that brews it right, Cuisinart is the brand. We’ve always said a Cuisinart machine comes with the “Cuisinart tax”—in other words, you pay a bit extra for the name. But not today! Today you get a Cuisnart discount, and it’s a significant one. Plus, this machine can brew single cups as well as a full carafe.
NEW: Bialetti New Venus Stovetop Induction Coffee Maker
Don’t let the fancy name fool you, this is a moka pot. In fact it’s one of the best moka pots ever designed, and it absolutely made our list of the best moka pots you can buy. Plus it’s stainless steel, so if you’re not a fan of aluminum then this is the one to get. We particularly like the heat-resistant handle that does its job over an open flame.
NEW: Grosche Milano Steel stovetop espresso maker
Grosche makes one of the best-looking moka pots we’ve seen, and it’s very well reviewed. This one will make six cups (espresso size) and is compatible with any type of stovetop—gas flame, electric element, glass induction—or, yes, camping stove!
NEW: Insight Nespresso Vertuoline Coffee Pod Holder
If you own one of Nespresso’s Vertuoline machines, here’s a handy device to keep your pods organized. It will hold up to 40 pods underneath a glass platform, on which you could keep your machine. A great space-saver for any kitchen counter.
NEW: Gaggia Brera home espresso machine
Ooh, what a deal on this great espresso machine from Gaggia that makes everything so easy with a few push-button controls and an LED display. Its pannarello wand is awesome for frothing milk for cappuccinos and lattes. You can also use it to dispense hot water for tea and Americanos. This machine can get you from whole beans to a cup of coffee in seconds, but it also brews pre-ground coffee. It made our list of the best grind-and-brew coffee makers.
NEW: De’Longhi La Specialista home espresso machine
De’Longhi is tempting us once again with a discount on once of its signature home espresso machines that can grind beans straight into your portafilter. La Specialista froths milk as well, and has a separate hot water spout for Americanos. So this machine will allow you to make every essential coffee drink, right on your kitchen counter—using whatever beans you can source. It made our list of the best bean-to-cup coffee machines even before the big Prime Day discount.
NEW: Staresso Portable Espresso Machine
If the thought of a camping trip or hotel stay without your favorite espresso seems unthinkable, Staresso has you covered. This little device weighs less than a pound but they claim it can pump out espresso at 15-20 bars of pressure. We have not tested it, but its materials are PBA-free and mostly stainless steel on the inside.
NEW: Boicafe Coffee Bean Cooler
If you’ve gotten into home coffee roasting but are not yet into more sophisticated equipment that includes cooling mechanisms, here’s a great solution for halting your roast quickly. Your beans can go straight from the frying pan or popcorn popper into the Boicafe and be cooled in less than two minutes.
NEW: Bialetti Moka Pot
We love a good moka pot, and there’s no better moka pot than a Bialetti. This tiny (3-cup) tri-color model has a little more flair than the traditional plain aluminum version. Bialetti moka pots are now popular worldwide, but this one hasn’t forgotten where it comes from—and neither will you.
NEW: Golmezil Electric Milk Frother
Here’s a nice deal on a compact device that will heat and froth milk for your lattes and cappuccinos very quickly at just the touch of a button. Perfect if you’ve got a Nespresso machine that just produces espresso shots and you want to add milk drinks to your repertoire.
NEW: Cold Brew Coffee Maker (2L)
If you’re a cold brew coffee nut, you might want to pounce on this early access deal from Willow & Everett. It’s basically a two-litre mason jar that fits in your fridge, with a spout for pouring and a fine mesh filter for easy removal of your coffee grounds. Doesn’t get much easier!
NEW: FEESPEC Digital Coffee Scale
You can buy a complicated digital coffee scale, but you don’t have to. This one from FEESPEC measures to within 0.1 grams (or ounces) and includes a timer. That’s pretty much all you need to nail your pour-over, and at this excellent early access price there’s not much reason to hold out for something fancier.
Breville Cafe Roma
When you’re ready to skip the trips to Starbucks and start making your lattes at home, this is the machine. An easy-to-use, entry-level espresso machine that will make just about every specialty drink you want, and teach you a few things as well.
Technivorm Moccamaster KBG
Literally our favorite drip coffee brewer and the one that fuels the Bean Poet offices! The Moccamaster has 50 years of top-notch Dutch engineering behind it and makes great coffee. (If you want the steel carafe that you see in the photo at the top of this page, that’s the Moccamaster KBGT.)
Calphalon Temp iQ espresso machine
Here’s a home espresso machine we’ve had our eye on for some time. The Calphalon grinds, brews and steams milk. It’s the real deal if you want to get into home espresso, at a very affordable price point.
Mr. Coffee 12-cup
Nothing fancy here, just a good, reliable drip coffee brewer that can brew every morning for a couple, or enough for a decent-size dinner party. An affordable coffee maker that can last a long time if you treat it right.
Presto 12-cup percolator
Percolator coffee isn’t big with the hipsters, but we have a lot of readers interested in the Presto. The reason? Strong coffee! If you like it big and bold, not many machines can do it like a percolator and this one can brew for quite a few people as well.
Baratza Encore grinder
If you like to jump around between brewing methods as much as we do, then the Baratza Encore is a great electric burr grinder that can help you do that quickly and easily. It’s not for serious espresso freaks, but it’s an incredibly handy machine for just about everyone else.
Hario Skerton Pro
If a fancy electric burr grinder is beyond your budget—and you don’t mind putting a little elbow grease into your morning coffee—the Hario Skerton Pro is an adorable manual grinder that gives you as much precision as the Baratza Encore. It’s more work, but nothing quite matches the feel of those beans crumbling with every turn of your hand.
Chemex 6 Cup
The Chemex brewer is in the Museum of Modern Art and it belongs there. It has appeared in Mad Men and James Bond films, but don’t buy it for its celebrity—buy it for some of the cleanest, most refined coffee you’ll ever brew.
This machine topped our list of the best grind-and-brew coffee makers. If you like the idea of going from fresh, whole beans to piping hot coffee in a few minutes with a single touch of the button, this is the machine that does it best. You can even select the strength you want, and program it 24 hours in advance.
Nespresso VertuoPlus Deluxe by Breville with Aeroccino and coffees
Here’s another great deal if you’re looking for a Nespresso VertuoPlus Deluxe with a little more capability. This Breville machine comes with an Aeroccino milk frother and a selection of coffees. Learn about the differences here.
Breville Grind Control
Breville’s Grind Control was a close second to the Cuisinart when we rounded up the top grind-and-brew coffee makers, and it comes in at a slightly lower price. An LCD screen on the front side shows real-time data on water level, grind size, strength, grinding and brewing time.
We got into roasting at home a couple of years ago, and we can assure you it’s a lot of fun. The FreshRoast SR540 makes it as easy as popping corn. You’ll always have the freshest possible coffee, and it will save you a ton of money in the long run.