5 Best Coffeemakers That Make All Your Morning Dreams Come True

Skip the daily trip (and expense!) to the barista and make your caffeinated faves from the comfort of home. From iced coffee to frothy lattes, these five coffeemakers streamline your morning routine.

Black Keurig single-serve coffee maker brewing coffee. photo

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Keurig K-Elite Single Serve Coffee Maker

The Keurig K-Elite arrived in March and we are still all about it. Unlike previous models, it features an iced button so you can enjoy a chilled or steaming cup of joe. We also appreciate its 75-ounce water reservoir, which brews eight cups before needing refilled (three cups more than the K-Select), and the removable drip tray that accommodates travel-size mugs. Want coffee right at 7 a.m.? Use the automatic on/off function to set the timer and wake up to a fresh brew every morning.

Price: $170

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Ninja Coffee Bar with Auto IQ and Thermal Carafe photo

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Ninja Coffee Bar

Replace your daily Starbucks trip with the Ninja Coffee Bar. It has four size options (single cup, travel mug, half pot, and full pot), a milk frother for cappuccinos, and an auto intelligence system that lets you control the strength of your brew. The reusable filter cuts down on waste and helps you save money, so you can find other uses for any disposable coffee filters you currently have on hand. Bonus: The Ninja Bar comes with a 40-recipe coffee book to inspire delicious caffeinated beverages.

Price: $146

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Hamilton Beach coffee maker that brews single-serve or a full pot photo

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Hamilton Beach 2-Way Brewer

If you're tight on counter space, the Hamilton Beach 2-Way Brewer combines single-serve and full-pot options into one streamlined design. For days you're on the go, slide in your travel mug and select the one-cup button. When you're entertaining, brew a bigger batch in the 12-cup pot. It also includes an automatic feature that lets you program brew time up to 24 hours in advance, and it shuts off when finished.

Price: $60 (usually $79)

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8-Cup glass coffee maker by Chemex photo

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Chemex Glass Coffeemaker

Coffee lovers who want complete control over their java are moving away from traditional coffeemakers and opting for a pour-over option instead. By grinding the beans fresh and managing the speed of hot water over the grounds, you can enjoy a fabulous brew; however, some makers can be tricky to use. That's why we fell in love with the Chemex. It has specially designed filters that keep grounds contained while drawing out sediments that could add a bitter taste. Plus, its stylish design looks good even when not in use.

Price: $42 (usually $60)

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Black french press coffee maker by Bodum Brazil photo

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Bodum Brazil 8-Cup French Press Coffee Maker

There's nothing wrong with enjoying a cup (or two) of coffee a day; it even has some surprising health benefits. But when you want something a little richer than your standard grounds, try the Bodum Brazil French Press. Grind your beans and immediately place them into the coffee maker for the best flavor. Pour hot water into the carafe, and in four minutes you'll be able to indulge in a robust beverage—no filter required.

Price: $17 (usually $20)

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