Melitta make a popular range of coffee machines including a number that fall into the bean to cup range. The company, based in Germany, were responsible for developing the first coffee filter and even hold the patents for specific types of filter paper. While their specialism began with filter coffee, on this site we more specifically look at machines which include capabilities for grinding coffee beans themselves.
Our Melitta Coffee Machine Reviews
As you can see on our homepage, the Melitta Caffeo Bistro tops our best bean to cup coffee makers 2018 table, and Melitta also boast a second entry at number six with their e953-101 Caffeo Solo maker. Hopefully this illustrates what an important manufacturer Melitta have grown into in the coffee machine market. While their machines are not as cheap as some of their rivals, they are certainly not the most expensive either. You will see from the reviews in this section that the makers available within Melitta’s ranges are some of the cheapest options in our range of midpriced models.
Since Melitta Bentz formed her eponymous company back in 1908, Melitta have grown into a global brand. They have offices in many countries, including the German headquarters, and extensive offices in Florida which serve the whole of the United States of America. Our UK market is served by the company’s German offices, and their coffee machines are widely available through the major online stores including Amazon, alongside high street retailers such as Currys and Argos.
In this section we bring you extensive coverage of Melitta’s products, including not just the coffee machines themselves, but also the accessories and other extras that you might wish to consider when investing in one of their models.
Please select one of the coffee makers in the menu to find out more about that particular model made by Melitta.
Caffeo Barista TS
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The flagship Barista TS model from Melitta is as beautiful as it is impressive. With a very intuitive interface via a colour screen using TFT technology, the machine has an unusual method of making things easy. While, as with all premium choices of bean to cup machine, there will be a lot to learn to get the full benefit of the myriad of configuration options, Melitta have created a coffee maker that will allow you to get up and running quickly out of the box, so that you can get excited about drinking your first coffee quickly, rather than frustrated about what the bells and whistles do.
Check out our extensive, in-depth review for the full details and why this might be right for you.
Click here for the complete review of the Melitta Caffeo Bistro.
This solid machine is a chunky yet reliable model, which time and again has been noted for its ease of use. If you’re looking for a mid price coffee maker in the bean to cup market, then this will be right up your street. While some customers have noted a negative point in the noise made by this model, there’s no such thing as a quiet coffee maker with integrated bean grinder. It’s a versatile product with a good range of coffee strengths, and you can read the full review for more detail.
Caffeo Solo (E953-101)
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This is a great all rounder machine from Melitta, something which probably appeals to the majority of buyers. While there are makers out there which allow you to experiment more with infusion and flavour, if you want a machine to deliver a fast cup of coffee from freshly ground beans, this one’s worth a look. Better still, it falls in a little cheaper than the Caffeo Bistro, so will appeal to those who are limited to the budget range of coffee machines, as well as those who are just getting their feet wet in the bean to cup market.