Cuisinart Next-Generation Burr Grind & Brew 12-Cup DGB-800 Review

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The Cuisinart Next-Generation Burr Grinder brews excellent coffee and different levels of intensity so you always get the strength you want. Hard in the morning and softer at night. It’s a little on the expensive side though. Probably because Cuisinart is such a well-known brand. Check out our best coffee maker list to see other coffee makers you might enjoy!

Why We Like It – Cuisinart Next-Generation Burr Grind & Brew 12-Cup DGB-800

Cuisinart Next-Generation Burr Grind & Brew 12-Cup DGB-800 allows you to brew coffee at any time of day thanks to its fully-automated programmable features and brew different flavours and strengths of coffee thanks to its grind control. It’s stainless steel design also let’s it rest comfortably anywhere in your kitchen and adds a touch of class.

Pros
  • Fully automatic
  • Grind Control for whatever flavour you desire
  • Less noisy than blade grinders
Cons
  • Expensive
  • Hard to clean

Performance

The Cuisinart Next-Generation Burr Grind & Brew 12-Cup DGB-800 Coffee Maker automatically grinds your coffee beans at a set time to give you freshly brewed coffee when you wake up in the morning, after dinner, or whenever you want. The auto-rinse feature ensures your coffee grounds enter the brew basket without hassle for less clean-up and great coffee. This Cuisinart is also a 12 cup coffeemaker, so you know you’ll always have enough for your guests too. But if 12 cups sounds like a little too much, consider the OXO Barista Brain 9 Cup Coffee Maker.

Design

The Cuisinart Burr Grind comes in a stainless steel design so you know it will look nice wherever you decide to put. But it also means it will be a little painful to clean, so be aware of that. Check out the Technivorm Moccamaster KBG 741 if you want a non-stainless steel option. The Cuisinart also has a gold tone style permanent filter and a charcoal water filter which all add up to great impurity-removing capabilities. The blade style, burr, also does a better job at providing consistency in your grinding and is less noisy.

Value

The Cuisinart DGB-800 comes with the option to choose whether you would like a glass carafe or a thermal carafe. The Grind Brew Coffeemaker comes with free shipping from the Cuisinart website and retails for $180.00. A little on the expensive side, to be honest, so consider the Bodum Bistro Coffee Maker if you’re on a budget. On a final note, though the Cuisinart is a 12-cup machine, there is another option for a 10-cup machine if 12 sounds like too much.

Cuisinart Next-Generation Burr Grind & Brew 12-Cup DGB-800 Wrap Up

The Cuisinart Grind & Brew Coffee Maker’s fully programmable features ensure you get a great cup of coffee whenever you desire it. It also features a fantastic burr grinder that consistently grinds to perfection and is less noisy. You may have a hard time cleaning it, but that’s a sacrifice you’re going to need to make.

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Michael Iaboni

Michael Iaboni is a Canadian Freelance Writer and Editor. He graduated from York University with a Degree in English and Creative Writing and then attended Queen's University where he obtained a Professional Editing Standards Certificate. He is a member of Editor's Canada and, in his spare time, enjoys reading, writing, soccer, and gaming.

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