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3 Coffee Machines That Will Jump-start Your Mornings

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The perfect brew is within reach thanks to these nifty home brewers

Feel like a pro barista at home (with the push of a button) with these high-tech coffee machines.

1 CM5300 by Miele, $1500, at Miele Experience Centre 

Beautifully made and easy-to-use, this counter-top coffee machine includes the perfect interplay of components – grinder, brew unit and pump – and is ready to fill your home with a delicious, mouth-watering aroma.

Drip filter coffee machine by Smeg, $300, at Hudson’s Bay

Don’t be fooled by its retro style, this Smeg drip coffee maker is cutting edge. In addition to brewing up to 10 cups of delicious coffee, you can also adjust your java’s aroma levels from light to intense.

Built-in coffee machine with Home Connect by Thermador, $5700, at Appliance Canada

This built-in coffee machine is equipped with a steamer, frother, and more. Delivering rich and smooth coffee, this programmable coffeehouse-style machine offers 6 grind quality levels and 12 different sizes – from single shots to heavenly lattes.

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