There are dozens of Amazon Prime Day kitchen deals vying for our attention. But the Prime Day coffee maker deals—those are the ones that have us at the edge of our seats. No matter how you like to make coffee—in an elegant pour-over, a Le Creuset French press, or a top-of-the line espresso machine—there’s no better time to up your barista game. During Amazon’s October Prime Day sale, you can save big on the best coffee makers, tools, and gadgets. You’ll find discounts on everything from milk frothers to cold-brew carafes to BA’s favorite drip coffee machine. Find all the best Prime Day coffee maker deals on coffee brewers and gear below, and, if you’re in a shopping mood, head over to our roundup of all the best Amazon Prime Day kitchen deals 2022.
We recommend the Breville Barista Touch to anyone looking for a luxe, semi-automatic espresso machine with a built in grinder. And it’s not just any grinder. This is a conical burr grinder, the only kind you really want touching your freshly roasted espresso beans.
If you drink your weight in espressos, cappuccinos, and Americanos, you’ll appreciate the De’Longhi La Specialista Espresso Machine. It gives users full control over their shots with features like a conical burr grinder with eight settings, a barista kit with a tamper and dosing funnel, and three active infusion water temperature levels for supreme flavor extraction.
For some of us, iced coffee season is year-round. This pitcher-style Takeya cold-brew coffee maker includes a fine-mesh filter that will produce smooth, less acidic coffee—and it’ll do it overnight in the fridge while you catch some z’s.
Coffee lovers who want complete control will fall for this Bodum pour-over set. It includes a stainless-steel mesh filter, which makes for a richer, more full-bodied cup of coffee. You’ll never have to worry about running out of paper filters again.
If your coffee or espresso setup is missing a milk frother, consider the Aevo. This little pitcher heats and froths simultaneously, is dishwasher safe, and it caps the temperature at 140ºF so it will never scald your milk.
If you like your coffee strong and plentiful, consider the Ninja 12-cup coffee machine. Our friends at Epicurious consider it one of the best on the market. It has two different brew settings—classic and rich—and a 60-oz. removable water reservoir for easy filling. It already offers a big bang for your buck, and now it’s 20% off.
The Aeropress boasts a super-quick brew time for smooth coffee that’s almost as strong as espresso. Plus, it’s compact and lightweight enough to take just about anywhere you go. (Food director Chris Morocco brings it with him whenever he travels.)
Professional barista Aki Yaguchi loves using a manual grinder when brewing at home. This compact model from Japanese brand Hario features ceramic conical burrs that can be easily adjusted from a fine grind for espresso to a coarser grind for French Press. It was designed to be portable, so pair it with the AeroPress to perfect your travel coffee set-up so you can have freshly ground coffee wherever you go. It’s 37% off during the Prime Early Access sale.
Some of us just want an espresso machine that will do all of the thinking for us. For that, there’s the Gaggia Velasca Prestige. It’s the super-automatic sister of the Gaggia Classic Pro (which we also recommend), and today it’s on sale for 23% off.
There isn’t a better camp cooler than a Yeti, and the same goes for camp mugs. Its double-wall, vacuum-insulated body will protect your hands while keeping the contents piping hot. And that’s no regular lid—it uses the power of magnets to keep your drink on lock.
Skip the espresso maker learning curve with this Amazon Prime Day coffee maker deal. This fully automatic espresso machine has a sleek interface with buttons for five drinks including espresso, Americano, cappuccino, latte macchiato, and regular coffee. It’s equipped with ceramic grinders and its very own LatteGo system, which mixes milk and air at high speeds for a creamy froth.
If you want to make superstrong coffee without an espresso machine, a moka pot is your best bet. Prime members get this classic pot from Bialetti for 24% off.
If you’re mostly brewing for one or two and don’t need a huge drip coffee maker, a petite 5-cup machine might be for you. This Mr. Coffee mini brewer has rave Amazon reviews, and right now it’s 20% off.
This designer moka pot isn’t just good-looking; it has an enlarged base for maximum heat retention, a cast-iron handle that won’t melt if exposed to a wayward stovetop flame (unlike the plastic handle on a Bialetti), and an anti-drip spout for improved functionality.
If you just want a little milk foam but you’re short on space, reach for this bitty handheld frother. It won’t warm your milk like a steam wand or insulated frother, but it’s powerful enough to fully incorporate matcha powder and froth whatever creamy alt-milk you throw at it.
The French press is arguably the easiest and cheapest way to brew deeply flavored coffee without a machine. Bonus: It also works for tea. Choose between a stainless-steel or matte black finish—both on sale for Amazon Prime Day.
BA contributor Lauren Joseph is loyal to Takeya’s Japanese-made insulated mugs, which keep coffee hot well past the morning commute. These mugs also never leak, which is huge for anyone who travels with coffee and a laptop.
No matter how you prepare your coffee, freshly ground beans are a must. A conical burr grinder slices coffee beans into uniform grounds, unlike cheaper grinders which mash them unevenly. Already have a grinder? Read BA contributor Carla Lalli Music’s case for gifting one of these Baratzas to a very lucky friend.
In the pursuit of exceptional coffee, precision is everything. Heat your water to the exact degree with a gooseneck kettle with temperature control, and then use the delicate spout to prep your French press or bloom your grinds. If you’re ready to upgrade your pour over coffee game, this is a Prime day deal you don’t want to miss.
Naval officer and BA contributor Victoria Cavazos swears by this collapsible coffee cup, which accordions into a disc that she can fit into her uniform.
We love a Bormioli Rocco Glass set. These mugs are thermal shock resistant, made from hefty tempered glass, and the handles remain cool to the touch. This Lightning Deal is going fast, so grab ‘em if you want ‘em.
There’s a coffee subscription for every kind of coffee drinker, and Atlas is for those who want to sample beans from all over the world. This box includes eight 1.8-ounce bags of the brand’s best selling single-origin coffees from different countries. The enclosed tasting notes make this a great way to dial in your coffee preferences.
There is a uniquely smug joy that comes with knowing you’ll never run out of paper coffee filters. Barista Warrior’s reusable filter fits Chemex coffee makers, Hario V60, 02, and 03, and most standard pour over set ups. Cut down on waste, never taste paper in your coffee again, and always be prepped for the morning joe, all in one go.
If you’re drawn to the convenience of a pod coffee maker but want to drink something better than what comes out of a Keurig K-cup pod, the Nespresso VertuoPlus is the machine for you. Epicurious staff writer Emily Farris called hers “life-changing” and claims it’s the first kitchen appliance she would grab in a fire. Unlike most Keurig coffee makers, Nespresso Vertuo machines brew single cups of coffee as well as single and double espresso-style shots—all with an impressive crema on top—and the pods are 100% recyclable through Nespresso’s free program.
All the durability Yeti is loved for in a size big enough for your iced coffee. This vacuum insulated tumbler keeps drinks hot or cold for hours, and boasts the same nifty magnet locking lid as our favorite Yeti cup, above.
From the looks of it, this 12-cup KitchenAid coffee maker is as old school as can be. But a tiny shower head inside waters the coffee before complete saturation, much in the way a pour over master carefully blooms grounds to develop flavor.
Ember Smart Mug
Slow sippers, hello! This smart mug saves you from the drag that is lukewarm coffee. The 10-ounce mug, which comes with a little charging base, connects to your phone via Bluetooth and an app. Set it at whatever temperature you’d like and your drink will stay there for hours. Extra? Absolutely. But if you’re constantly leaving those last few sips of coffee because they’ve gone cold, think of all the coffee beans you’re saving. Or, all the more caffeine you’ll be getting.
An AeroPress gets closer to espresso than any other substitute method already. But if you replace the standard paper filters with a metal air-flow valve filter like this one, you’re able to create more pressure before plunging, which means a shot with more robust, espresso-like flavor.