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Jura ENA 9 One Touch

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List Price: $2,100.00
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  • Height-adjustable dual spout, Cappuccino / Coffee (75 - 125 mm / 3 and 5 inch); Aroma Boost for extra coffee kick
  • 6 different products at the touch of a button; Just 23.8 cm (9 inches) wide; Double coat of metallic-look glossy silver lacquer
  • Programmable amount of water; Adjustable coffee strength; Adjustable, conical burr grinder
  • Thermoblock heating system with high performance 15-bar pump; Integrated rinsing, cleaning and descaling program
  • Latte macchiato and cappuccino at the touch of a button; Fine foam technology
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Jura ENA 9 One Touch + Jura 65381 Stainless-Steel 20-Ounce Milk Container with Lid + Jura Decalcifying/Descaling Tablets (9 tablets)
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Product Details

Size: just machine
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 17.5 x 14 inches ; 20 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004VS32YS
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  • Item model number: 13572
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,816 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: just machine

The slim machine with a host of coffee specialties

The ideal line for people looking for a first, different or more advanced automatic coffee machine now has something extra to offer. ENA 9 One Touch, JURA’s slimmest One Touch machine, makes latte macchiato and cappuccino at the touch of a button. It’s perfect for smaller households who expect nothing but the best.

Wide selection of specialties

ENA 9 One Touch offers the full range of specialty coffees at the touch of a button. Using fresh beans and fresh milk, the model for first-time buyers with a genuine love for coffee even makes cappuccino and latte macchiato, topped with the finest, light-as-air milk foam. Of course, it makes the specialty drink you want at the touch of a button without moving the cup.

Ingenious dual spout

For the first time in a household machine, the ENA 9 One Touch features a height-adjustable dual spout which adjusts to any height between 3 and 5 inches. The machine is easy to dismantle and clean. Two separate pipe systems for coffee and milk ensure perfect results and easy clean up.

Revolutionary fine foam technology

Another new development from JURA ensures a unique milk foam quality of a fine, feather-light consistency: fine foam technology.

The direct route to enjoyment

Because the buttons are clearly arranged and labeled, preparing a wide range of specialty coffees is extremely simple. The Aroma Boost function provides a natural, refreshing energy boost when you need it.

coffee quality

JURA standards

• Variable brewing unit, from 0.17 to 0.56 oz (5 g to 16 g)
• Intelligent Pre-Brew Aroma System (I.P.B.A.S.)
• Additional preground coffee powder
• Hot water function
• Cappuccino frother
• Height-adjustable coffee spout
• Energy Save Mode (E.S.M.)
• Multi-level conical grinder
• CLEARYL filter cartridge
• High-performance pump, 15 bar
• Thermoblock heating system
• Integrated rinsing, cleaning and descaling program
• Adjustable water hardness
• Zero-Energy Switch or power switch
• Swiss made

Specific benefits

• Latte macchiato at the touch of a button
• Cappuccino at the touch of a button
• Aroma boost function
• Intelligent preheating

Settings and programming options

• Programmable amount of water
• Amount of water can be adjusted for each preparation
• Adjustable coffee strength
• Coffee strength can be adjusted for each preparation
• Programmable brewing temperature
• Plain text display
• Rotary Switch
• Monitored drip tray
• Integrated cappuccino rinsing and cleaning program

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

They make great coffee very easy.
It's a small hassle but likely necessary as milk will cake on the internals and I'm sure halt the function of the frother if neglected like any other milk frother.
If you like the process of making an espresso, want really great coffee, or drink a lot of milk drinks then it may not be the machine for you.
John Appleby

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

211 of 213 people found the following review helpful By speeddeacon on June 30, 2011
Size Name: just machine Verified Purchase
Let me first state that I have only had this for two days and that this is my first espresso machine. I say this so readers will understand that this quick "review" is to point out a couple of details that may be overlooked when researching this machine, not as an indication of the quality of drink produced.

I began doing research on home espresso machines several years ago after drinking coffee prepared by my dad on his Jura Cappresso E8. It was a revelation to drink such good quality coffee outside of a coffee shop. At the time my wife didn't care for coffee so it was only me drinking a single cup in the morning with breakfast so I was put off by the high prices and ended up buying a grind and brew automatic drip coffee maker by Cuisinart. I bought it "open box" at a kitchen store for a hundred bucks and I was pleased enough with it. Fast forward a few years and now my wife enjoys cappuccinos and lattes and drinks coffee with me daily, albeit with a lot of cream and sweetener. She also stops at the local coffee bar for a flavored cappuccino with some regularity. So I started looking into a quality espresso machine for the home again.

I spent a lot of time educating myself on the various makers, such as Jura, DeLonghi, Gaggia, Saeco, etc. I knew that I wanted to get a superautomatic as we aren't purists, nor do we have the time usually to pull our own shots, froth our own milk, etc. At the end of the day, it came down to the various Jura Onetouch models, the Gaggia Accademia Espresso Machine, and the
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61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By S. Sadat on July 30, 2011
Size Name: just machine
First off, being a lazy old fart who can't be bothered with manually making froth under one nozzle and then coffee from the other, I was looking for a machine that's totally automatic and hassle free. Just one-click and by the time I wear my tie, my Cappuccino is ready.

So I did a bit of research online before settling on this one and boy am I happy with it.

Not much to add to SpeadDeacon's excellent review except that this machine is made mainly for use with whole Coffee Beans, with a light, medium and strong roast settings for the grinder.

Yes, it has a second opening on top for fine grounded coffee but only if you're having Black/Esspresso coffee. It seems Cappuccino and Macchiato only use coffee from the grinder source on top of the device.

As for the froth, it has to be seen to be believed. Its truly amazing, feather light and fine.

Cleaning is also fully automatic. It monitors what drinks you've been having and periodically (or on shutdown) applies the corresponding self cleaning mode.

Or it can be done manually with one-click. For example, any time milk frothing is used, just replace milk source with water and press C-clean. It cleans both the sialastic hose and rinses the milk nozzle.

The only gripe I have is that the water tank is a bit small (4-6 drinks depending on your settings for each drink).

Overall a great, durable all-in-one-touch machine for home-use that's well worth the price.

You can search for nTrk_7bd60s on YouTube for a demo.

Update: well I've happily had it for over two years now and it still works just like it did on the very first day. No regrets what so ever.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By M. Eaton on November 5, 2011
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Well, this is my second Super-Automatic machine and my first was the Delonghi ESAM3500. From owning these machines I noticed the following. Super-Automatic machines are a great convenience for making cappuccinos a simple process. Just put your cup under the spout, push a button, and one minute later you will have your drink. There is a downside that you must be aware of with this big purchase and that is the cappuccinos does not come out as hot as those served at Starbucks/McDonalds. This is a common complaint, check out the reviews for the ESAM3500. The reason for this is due to the automation of the steam/frothed milk not heating the milk to the correct serving temperature (150F). The ENA 9 steam/frothed milk comes out at 125F and the ESAM3500 is at 124F (with the milk starting at 40F and water at 72F). These temperatures lead to what many reviews describe as a warm, not hot, cappuccinos that require a trip to the microwave or the cappuccino will get cold on the way to work. To get an idea of the serving temperature of cappuccinos (espresso & milk), I measured the temperature of the drink from Starbucks and McDonalds and the temperature ranged from 142 to 150 F. The cappuccino from the ENA 9 is around 130F, while the ESAM3500 is 127F using room temperature water (72F). If I put cold filtered water from the refrigerator(42F) into the machine, the temperature of the cappuccino drops to 125F for the ENA and 118F for the ESAM3500. The reason the ENA 9 produces a slightly hotter drink is due to it's 1450-Watt Thermoblock heating system vs the 1150-Watts in the ESAM3500. This makes the ENA 9 more tolerant to the water temperature you use. To give some credit to the machine, the espresso from the ENA 9 is around 169F and the ESAM3500 is 165F.Read more ›
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