22 best offers on coffee machine for Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday (2021): Drip, grinder, espresso

It is not always easy to shop for the coffee lover in your life. Their tastes can be changeable, their methods vague and mysterious. But with Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday over us, a wide range of coffee tools and accessories are for sale. We have gathered the best of the best here, from small accessories that any coffee lover would love, to large powerful professional machines that can produce world-class espresso at the touch of a button.

Here are our picks for the best Black Friday coffee machine deals, including coffee equipment, espresso machines and more.

Updated Saturday, November 27: We have added two new coffee subscription offers and adjusted the availability of the Keurig Mini deal.

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We test products all year round and hand-picked these offers. Products labeled (Out of stock) is sold out or no longer discounted at release. We update this guide throughout the Black Friday weekend.

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Coffee subscription offer

Atlas Coffee Club

Photo: Atlas Coffee

Atlas Coffee Club is one of our favorite coffee subscription services, and right now you can get your first bag for free if you are a new customer.

Another of our favorite coffee subscription services, Trade, offers one wide variety of different beans and mixes and has some of the best customer service available.

The subscription service Grounds and Hounds does not only have some of ours favorite dark roast, but it also provides 20 percent of the profits to animal boarding schools.

Coffee machine offer

DeLonghi The Prestigio Espresso Machine Specialist

Photo: DeLonghi

Specialista is a solid, high-end espresso machine, and it looks beautiful on any tabletop. It is also extremely well made with a body that is almost exclusively made of solid metal. A burr grinder is built-in; you just pour whole beans into the container and then grind as needed. It’s a competitor to the Breville Barista Pro, another of our favorites.

An automated coffee machine makes every morning a little better. This has a wide nozzle for spraying the soil evenly with hot water during the brewing cycle, which ensures an even and tasteful extraction.

This is not your father’s coffee machine, but it follows in the footsteps of the venerable and probably weathered machine. Simple and straightforward, it has an automatic brewing timer, a setting to adjust the brewing strength and a compact form factor to easily slide on overcrowded worktops.

VacOne coffee air brewer

Photo: Vac Coffee

Use the code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout

The VacOne (8/10, WIRED recommends) is a rather unique brewery. It uses an electric pump to create a vacuum inside the included glass carafe that pulls the brewing coffee out from the bottom of the brewing chamber after it has been soaked for as long as you want. In addition to giving you more control, this method prevents the bitter oils from mixing into the coffee, resulting in a less bitter cup. Use the code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout (as the last step, after enter your shipping information) to get a 25 percent discount.

If you are a coffee connoisseur, this machine will turn your morning cup into a sip of heaven. It has a wide nozzle for evenly dripping water over the ground, and it also has a small button to increase or decrease the strength of the brew. In addition, it is Wi-Fi enabled and integrates with Alexa and Google Home, so you can turn it on with your voice from the bedroom while hiding under the duvet.

Goal, Amazon, Best buy (white / blue design)

If your gift recipient is curious about coffee pads, the Keurig K-Mini is a great starter. It is small enough to fit in cramped kitchens, and at this price it is a good option for dormitories, studios and small offices.

A solid all-round espresso machine from DeLonghi. It has a single kettle, a steam bar and everything you need to get a good shot of espresso. Good for small spaces and home use. It lacks the pro-grade features (shot timer, temperature gauge) you would get on more expensive models, but it is still quite skilled.

The Brevilles Infuser espresso machine is a solid intermediate machine. Built with Breville’s signature style and quality, it feels solid and does not move easily when you use it. In addition, it includes a pressure gauge, which is important for choosing your espresso shots – if the pressure is too high, your soil is too tightly packed or too finely ground, if the pressure is too low, your soil may be too coarse or not tightly packed enough. It’s a great feature, and one I use every day on Breville’s other machines.

Another mid-range espresso machine built to last, without unnecessary gimmicks. Solis Barista Perfetta is super compact and narrow, perfect for small kitchen tables. We have not tested this exact model, but its features suggest that it falls in line with the Breville Bambino Plus, another sleek espresso machine with basic – if robust – functionality.

Sometimes you just need a perfect pourover set for one or two cups of coffee. This is where the Fellow Stagg pourover set comes into the picture. It includes a double-walled glass carafe and a small metal dripper with an included lid that can be used as storage (and makes it great for traveling) and measurements for terrain. Also available at Crate & Barrel.

Offer on grinder and accessories

Hario Skerton Plus Hand Grinder

Photo: Seattle Coffee Gear

The Hario Skerton Plus hand grinder is one of our best coffee grinders, and the best choice for camping enthusiasts or frequent flyers. With this crank with a crank, you can grind half a cup of fine soil in just under two minutes with just your own two hands. It may not be the best choice for a French press that requires really rough reasons. It is a better choice for fans of pour over, drip coffee or Turkish camp coffee.

One of the best ways to increase your espresso game is to invest in a grinder. Solis Scala is a good entry-level model – relatively affordable without compromising on grinding quality. Its internal burrs will grind your coffee evenly to ensure a smooth and uniform extraction.

A bottomless portafilter is a great way to rate and improve the technique you use to take your daily espresso shot. Since it lacks the spout you would traditionally find on the bottom of a portafilter, you can more easily see if the coffee is pulling out evenly and evenly.

Most espresso machines come with a tamp, but they are usually quite cheap or flimsy. To ensure an even pack on your espresso, you should invest in a solid and weighty tamp like this.

Amazon, Seattle coffee equipment

This is an adorable porcelain tilt set that comes with a small tray to keep things tidy. Perfect for the coffee lover in your life. Also a great addition to any countertop. There is something soothing about taking a small tray forward and brewing a small cup of coffee in the afternoon.

This is one of my favorite travel mugs and Hydro Flask’s Tumbler is on our list Best travel mug. The size of 6 ounces is just right for a cup of coffee, and the safe lid lets you take it for a walk. It also comes in larger sizes (12 and 24 ounces) that are more manageable than the typical oversize travel mugs. Also great for camping.

This is not much of a discount, but the Origami drips are flying down from the shelves right now, and for good reason. They are professionally designed, they are beautiful, and since they have a smaller hole in the bottom to better control the flow of liquid during brewing, they make a good cup of coffee. Making a cup of pour-over coffee with one of these is one of the most peaceful and meditative brewing experiences. This bundle includes the pull collar that fits over almost any size mug, as well as a pack of filters shaped specifically for this drip.

Fellow Stagg ECG electric kettle with gooseneck


The Fellow ECG Gooseneck kettle is one of our favorites for daily coffee preparation. Whether you are brewing something pourover for yourself, using a French press or a ceramic dripper, the long narrow spout will give you the control over your water that you really need to ensure your soil is evenly covered. Plus, it looks great on any tabletop.

An expensive coffee grinder to be sure, but its flat burrs are perfectly suited to give you a rough but even though paint. It is intended for use with any coffee maker, but essentially espresso. The flat burrs stand out by getting a smooth, semi-fine paint, but they do not lend themselves well to the almost powdery consistency you want for espresso. But if you want to increase your pourover game, this grinder is one way to do it. You will definitely taste the difference.

Use the code Kansha2021 at checkout

Kiriko is a small Portland company that specializes in curated home furnishings and Japanese vintage textiles. They have a surprisingly robust selection of coffee and tea related items, including one of my favorites ceramic coffee drippers, and these adorable handmade mugs that keeps your coffee warm much longer than the usual mass-produced mugs do. Enter the code Kansha2021 for a 20 percent discount on your entire order.

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