Cuisinart is known for their immense selection of kitchen appliances from food processors to slow cookers. However, the company is also known for their affordable, quality coffee makers. A company that recently celebrated their 40-year anniversary, Cuisinart has been around since 1973.
It wasn’t until 1994 that Cuisinart introduced their coffee maker line to the public. Now, the company offers some of the best, most affordable coffee makers in the world.
The DCC-1200 has a brushed metal design and black accent exterior. This 12-cup coffee maker comes with an ergonomic handle, brew pause feature, adjustable heater plate and 24-hour advanced brew feature.
Users can even choose 1 – 4 cup brewing.
Using a charcoal water filter, this model removes water impurities and leaves you with pure, full-bodied coffee that is delicious until the last drop.
You can learn more about this awesome drip coffee maker by reading the full review at the link provided above!
The DTC-975BKN also brews 12-cups of coffee and features 24-hour programmability. This coffee maker is made with a stainless-steel carafe that features a double-wall design to keep heat inside for hours.
A pour-through lid keeps coffee fresh and ensures that your coffee remains hot for hours inside of the carafe. Some users have even had their coffee stay hot for 36-hours.
Want to grab a cup of coffee mid-brew? This model utilizes the brew and pause feature, so you can pour a cup of coffee when the carafe is filled enough and then continue the brew cycle.
A little larger than the other models on my list. The DCC-2600 comes with a 14-cup brewing capacity and a glass carafe. There is a brew-pause feature, and you can change this coffee maker’s flavor settings between regular and bold, so your coffee always comes out perfect.
The heater plate is adjustable, so you can turn the heat up or down for a stronger or lighter coffee taste. Much like the first model on my list, you can brew just 1 – 4 cups of coffee at a time if desired. The DCC-2600 does use the charcoal water filter to ensure the utmost in taste. It takes just 10 to 12 minutes to brew all 14 cups of coffee.
The Grind-and-Brew is the perfect choice for a coffee aficionado. This model brews 12-cups of coffee, but it features a built-in grinder so that you can grind up your favorite coffee beans before brewing.
This model features brew-pause, 24-hour programmability, 1 – 4 cup setting, showerhead, water filtration and an auto-shutoff feature.
The Grind-and-Brew also uses BPA-Free materials. If you don’t want to grind your own coffee beans every time, you can shut this feature off and use ground coffee.
These are the 4 best models from Cuisinart. Each of these models have rave reviews and have been tested thoroughly by me in the past. While I don’t own them all, they are known to last for years. And Cuisinart offers a staggering 3-year warranty, so if anything breaks, you can have your coffee maker replaced.