MONTVALE, N.J., U.S. — Millennials are spending more on coffee than on saving for retirement, according to a 2017 “Money Matters” survey. How to break this cycle while still indulging love for a superior brew? Start by brewing at home. Jura offers professional-grade automatic coffee machines that pay for themselves in savings.
Compromising taste is a non-starter for anyone accustomed to the best that coffee shops have to offer. The Jura E6 has perfected the brewing process to prepare coffee and espresso to barista standards. But with a $1,299 price tag, is it affordable?
This is one instance where doing the math is fun, because it can save money while improving life. Over a 10-year period, the average three-cups-a-day coffee drinker could pay:
- $5,299 for a Jura E6
$1,299 for the machine, plus $400 per year for whole beans
- $43,800 at the coffee shop
$4 per cup
By creating a coffee bar at home, a coffee lover can save more than $38,000 a decade versus buying at the coffee shop. Or over $76,000 for a couple.
The cost savings are even greater for those who prefer cappuccino and other coffee-based beverages with milk foam. A self-explanatory TFT color display makes operation simple.
JURA’s exclusive Pulse Extraction Process (P.E.P.) optimizes extraction time for ristretto and espresso, resulting in fully developed flavor.
The Aroma G3 grinder works quickly, but gently to preserve flavor and aroma, delivering a bean-to-cup experience that’s freshly ground, not capsuled.
The E6 is a testament to JURA’s passion for technology and attention to every level of detail that contributes to user satisfaction.
With eight different intensity levels, coffee lovers can customize their brew. The water tank fills from the front, for greater ease.
JURA’s exclusive Intelligent Water System (I.W.S.) automatically detects the CLEARYL Smart filter, which ensures pure, fresh taste.
Designed for outstanding energy efficiency, the E6 features an Energy Savings Mode. Maintenance is easy, with integrated rinsing and cleaning programs that start at the touch of a button.