Bunn Coffee Machines And Espresso Makers

If you’re looking for a new coffee maker for your home or business, maybe you should give Bunn coffee machines a second look. With a long time reputation for quality and style, Bunn coffee machines are slowly becoming the world’s favorite coffee brand. And with a wide variety of machines to choose from, it’s no wonder that more people are finding a Bunn machine for their personal tastes. Here are some of the more popular Bunn coffee machines, reviewed for you.

Bunn Coffee maker: NHBX Coffee Brewer

The first of the reviewed Bunn coffee machines is the NHBW coffee brewer. This sleek coffee machine allows you to have a compact coffee brewer in your home with top of the line functions. The water compartment on the model of Bunn coffee maker is stainless steel which allows it to hold a constant temperature for a longer period of time. The water sprayer is designed to allow for maximum flavor for each cup that you drink and the porcelain warming plate helps keep everything at a constant heating level.

Single Bunn coffee maker: My Café Brewer

Brewing each cup in about a half a minute, the My Café Brewer model in the Bunn coffee maker line is certainly the faster way to get from an empty cup to a full cup of coffee. The single serve process allows you to brew the right coffee for you as well as for the rest of your family by offering the maximum compatibility with various brands of coffee single serve pods. You can also choose the strength of your coffee with this model in the Bunn coffee machines line, which is an added bonus for someone who likes their coffee very strong.

Another possible model of Bunn coffee machines for you is the GRX Brewer. While it’s not as sleek as other models, it provides you with a vacation tank switch to make sure that your coffee pot isn’t on when you leave the home and that the water isn’t still in the pot, causing decay or rust. It also comes in fashionable white or black to help fit into any kitchen setting.

Commercial Machines

Bunn coffee machines for commercial purposes come in three different categories: self serve, table service and quick serve. By offering three different kinds of Bunn coffee machines, you can choose the best fit for your restaurant or office setting. You will also receive lifelong service on the coffee machine as well as access to any replacement parts that you might need along the way.

While there are many more Bunn coffee machines that are available for purchase, this gives you a good idea of what you can expect from the Bunn name – quality and versatility. With Bunn coffee machines, you can expect great coffee, great style, and great value.


  1. Lillian Cobb says

    I have used Bunn coffee makers for many years and the last 3 or 4 I’ve bought are very low quality. The heating element on one got so hot I had to throw if away because I was afraid of would cause a fire, the next was the heating element and it did the same thing only worse (it would get the water so hot it evaporated and when I made the next pot it would put out half the water I put in, the next was the sprinkle head. Their pots used to have ones that screwed in and now they’ve cheapened them and stuck one together with glue and I can’t get it to stay together. I called the company and they are going to send me two “FREE” ones, bless their generous hearts, but I’m supposed to do without morning coffee until they get here. BUNN–don’t even think about buying one of the newer models.

  2. Jason says


    I am a new restaurant starting. I have heard Wilbur Curtis commercial coffee equipment is a good choice. I hear BUNN is losing major business due to it’s cost and lower quality. Google Wilbur Curtis for more info.

  3. Gladys Osborne says

    I bought a new tim horton’s coffee maker (Bunn) and haven’t had a good cup of coffee since. NO matter how many grounds or what kind of coffee I use – it is ALWAYS BLAND … YUK…. So disattisfied. HELP – can you recommend a brand of coffee I’ve tried several.

  4. Russ says

    I have had several Bunn coffee makers. The oldest one was great. Since then, Bunn has become a cheap plastic piece of crap. It is virtually impossible to get a Bunn coffee maker to make a full pot of coffee, the pre-heat bin burns up/evaporates much of the water, hence what you typically get is half a pot of coffee, not the strength you wanted due to it not making it properly, you try and add water, it over flows your pot, etc…daily morning coffee nightmares. I’m extemely dissappointed in how sorry the Bunn coffee makers are now, I really used to like the brand, I will not be purchasing another.

  5. LadyOutlaw says

    I have had a commercial Bunn – 2 burner system in my house for 25 yrs now, and would NEVER consider anything else!
    I have a 3 burner out in the cabin for holidays with the big group of family.
    Once you experience the flavor, the speed of a pot – and the compliments you will get from anyone visiting….*we use Folgers only*
    Well, it is a good thing!
    Watch out and check restaraunts that are closing.
    The 3 I have bought were all under $100 (got one for my son when he got married).

  6. Chris Ryan says

    I was just wondering if anyone has experience using the Bunn Twin ICB infusion coffee brewer for commercial use. I know that it has three “smart cards” that interface with the grinder and POS system. My understanding is that they have a bunch of problems when not properly in sync. I love the idea of the Coffee Brewer using Airpots. Any reviews of the product?

  7. Jesse says

    Even for home use, Bunn is where it’s at. Having tried numerous other coffee makers, I can testify that Bunn makes a better quality machine that lasts years longer than most competitors. Add to that the speedy brew time known from Bunn and the quality coffee it produces, and you have a coffee maker to be completely satisfied with. Yes, Bunn is usually more than the basic coffee makers out there, but it’s more durable and dependable too. Worth every penny!

  8. gracie says

    am wanting to start a ‘bluegrass’ music coffee shop in northern kentucky… have name recognition in the genre..*google me..

    where would i begin?

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