Top 10 Best Selling Single Serve Coffee Makers - June 2010
We've been crunching the numbers for our Top 10 Best Selling Single Serve Coffee makers and machines, and 2010 is bringing now NO surprises. Keurig is dominating the top 10 list with 6 spots. The Tassimo T45 Suprema is the only Tassimo on the list, and the Nespresso CitiZ Automatic Espresso Maker and Milk Frother continues to do well.
- Keurig B60 - [SSC Review]
- Aeropress Single Serve Coffee Maker - [SSC Review]
- Keurig B40 - [SSC Review]
- Keurig B70 - [SSC Review]
- Nespresso C100T - [SSC Review]
- Nespresso CitiZ Automatic Espresso Maker and Milk Frother - [SSC Review]
- Breville BKC700XL Gourmet K Cup Brewer - [SSC Review]
- Keurig Mini B30 - [SSC Review]
- Cuisinart SS-700 Singe Serve Brewing System - [SSC Review]
- Bosch T45 Tassimo Suprema - [SSC Review]
Do you think these coffee makers represent the best selling or the best? What single serve coffee makers do you think should make a best of list regardless of sales? Sound off in the comments and let us know.
If you'd like to see a list of all the single serve coffee makers we've reviewed - check our Single Serve Coffee Maker Reviews roll-up. You may also want to check out our Cost Per Single Serve Coffee Cup: Coffee Pods, Keurig K Cups, Tassimo T Discs, and Nespresso Coffee Capsules article.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 18, 2010 8:14 AM
This helps, marginally. Still trying to find the "perfect" ss coffee machine for me. It's frustrating. Wish there was a place where they were all lined up, brewing and ready-to-go for tests. Other peoples' opinions are (often) so subjective. And as stated previously, it would be so helpful to read reviews with less overly positive slants. The whole advertising said products reviewed creates a dilemma. Realizing that hands feeding cannot be bitten, the reviews are lukewarm at best. Which is exactly what I am afraid of when getting a machine. ;0
It is quite interesting seeing the different coffee makers shuffle around over the months in the lists of top tens, it's even better seeing the Aeropress (which I have a soft spot for) getting up to the top. Quick question though; where do you get the info from to make these lists?
Out of curiosity, why is the BKC600XL even in that list, as it's been out of production for a year now? And (as an huge fan of my BKC700XL) is there any reason the 700 is never referenced on the site?