To summarise, powdered milk coffee machines are easy to clean and maintain with a lower upfront cost, whilst the powdered milk itself is simple to store and a healthier option but higher ongoing price. On the other hand, fresh milk provides cheaper ongoing costs and a more superior taste quality but the coffee machines themselves require a more rigorous cleaning routine and have higher upfront cost.
Bibium’s Bean To Cup Coffee Machine Recommendations
Offering the widest range of domestic and commercial coffee machines in the world, Bibium is an independent family-run business that has set itself the goal of democratising the coffee and coffee machine industry. With thousands of verified user reviews across our website, we provide clients with impartial advice to ensure they end up with a coffee machine that best suits their needs. Below you will find our bean to cup coffee machine recommendations based on milk type and professional environment.
||Powdered Milk Coffee Machines
||Fresh Milk Coffee Machines
||Coffetek Vitro, Schaerer Prime
||Franke A800, WMF1500s, Jura Giga Z8
||Bravilor Esprescious, Coffetek Vitro, WMF 1500s
||Jura JX8, WMF 1100s, WMF 1500s
||WMF 1100s, Bravilor Sego, Coffetek Vitale
|Small Cafés & Bars
||WMF 1100s, Bravilor Sego
||WMF 1100s, Jura Giga X3
|Cafés, Restaurants & Hotels
||WMF 1100s, Coffetek Vitro, Bravilor Esprecious
||WMF 1500, Jura Giga X3 Professional
Some commercial coffee machines, such as the WMF 1100s, the Bravilor Esprecious and the Schaerer Prime, are capable of using either fresh or powdered milk, depending on how they are configured.