Jura Micro 90 Bean to Cup with Milk Coffee Machine £549 @ AO
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Jura Micro 90 Bean to Cup with Milk Coffee Machine £549 @ AO

£549£649 15% ao.com Deals
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Found 9th Dec 2017
Looks like a fantastic price for this machine. Includes the new Jura P.E.P system and new grinder inside. Does any normal and milky coffee. Retails over £800 and next cheapest is Currys at £649 (in the sale).

Considering selling my De’Longhi ESAM 4200 and getting this.

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Wonder how much better it is over a De’Longhi love mine but don’t feel the coffee is quite strong enough.

patch18751 h, 47 m ago

Wonder how much better it is over a De’Longhi love mine but don’t feel the …Wonder how much better it is over a De’Longhi love mine but don’t feel the coffee is quite strong enough.


I've used a Jura machine on holiday and own a delonghi bean to cup. I agree that the delonghi is suited to somewhat smaller coffees, but the Jura was the same (our hosts had tiny cups for cappuccino). I didn't mess about with the Jura settings so it's not a fair test, I suppose. But it's probably easier to make a consumer machine with a smaller pump that delivers less flow at the required pressure. Hence smaller coffees, or weaker if you insist on big coffees.

patch18752 h, 8 m ago

Wonder how much better it is over a De’Longhi love mine but don’t feel the …Wonder how much better it is over a De’Longhi love mine but don’t feel the coffee is quite strong enough.



keep the drink either at standard (60ml) or short and increase the strength and stick to single cup setting. adjust by adding water or milk. then try adjusting the grind if necessary. or change your coffee beans.

My husband just purchased the De’Longhi PrimaDonna machine. Hopefully as good as it’s said to be.
Edited by: "cc313" 9th Dec 2017

This was £499 for about a week around Black Friday with an additional code for £50 off taking it to £449. Hopefully it’ll come back down for Christmas sales?

wendy071 h, 0 m ago

keep the drink either at standard (60ml) or short and increase the …keep the drink either at standard (60ml) or short and increase the strength and stick to single cup setting. adjust by adding water or milk. then try adjusting the grind if necessary. or change your coffee beans.


That’s what I do. I also use fresh beans from a local roaster it’s not really a problem they are strong but would just like it to be a bit more I do drink a lot of coffee when I’m out so I’m unfairly comparing it to a pro machine.

Got this for £450 on Black Friday from ao
Great machine and makes effortlessly good coffee, just make sure you use fresh beans as mentioned
Only issue regarding these machines is the milk is far too cold , just need to put something in the tube end that’s placed in the milk ( I use a folded piece of a drinking straw )
It slows the flow of milk making it far hotter
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