BEST ANSWER: You could get a different Jura model with a separate chute to add ground coffee. Add ground decaf (or flavored ground coffee) to the chute and you can leave the regular beans in the hopper. You should also consider the Jura with a separate ground coffee shoot if you like regular coffee that’s flavored. Grinding flavored coffee beans is not a good idea as they are coated with a flavoring oil which can gum up the internal grinder. It’s worth the added cost if you need to make decaf now and then and also want to try other types of flavors/coffees without emptying the hopper.
It makes maintenance much easier (once you’ve learned all of the elements), and it ensures that your machine will last a long time.Secondly, the quality of the grinder is superb, and we love the way that it dispenses a variety of coffees. In the end, the E6 is perfect for all coffee connoisseurs, and it will enhance your enjoyment of these beverages.
Characteristic JURA design reflects precision and quality down to the smallest detail. The new professional fine foam frother on the S8 is made from the highest quality materials and has a stunning look and feel. Specially designed for the preparation of speciality coffees with milk and milk foam, it makes latte macchiato and other beverages with the very best fine-textured foam – every time. Graphics and modern animations on the display make it easier than ever to use.
The DeLonghi ECAM22110SB’s Rapid Cappuccino System allows you to make cappuccinos one after another quickly with no wait-time in between, making it excellent for hosting parties or large get-togethers. A rotary control system and simple user interface allow even beginners to create cafe-quality drinks at the touch of a button. Like many of DeLonghi’s most popular coffee systems, this machine is compact enough for use on smaller counter spaces.
Jura designates a new line of coffee machines whenever a major technological breakthrough is achieved. We will review these technologies in-depth in the following section, and provide more specs when we cover each individual machine. If you see a term that you don’t immediately understand, don’t worry, just reference the glossary in the next section!