Our days depend on the bold caffeine kick our brew provides us each morning. Holding a piping hot cuppa as soon as we open our eyes is the perfect way to get us in the right mood. But how many of us can afford to waste time boiling water and waiting for the brew to finish?
Luckily for you, we know just the answer. For instant feel-good morning vibes, you need an instant coffee maker. Check out these incredible coffee machines with built-in hot water dispensers that do not only cut the brewing time short, but they also provide the perfect brew temperature your taste buds crave.
The advanced boiler integrated into this Ninja coffee maker will help you brew hotter coffee that will remain at an ideal temperature thanks to the adjustable 4-hour warming plate. And thanks to its 24-hour programmability, you can get your beauty sleep and wake up to a full carafe of fresh Java.
And if you are used to brewing only 1-4 cups, you will deeply appreciate the Small Batch function that will make sure your coffee is never diluted.
Combine that with the fact that the coffee circulates when brewing so that the temperature is consistent and take into account its 12-cup capacity and brew-pause function +-and you can easily see why this Ninja maker wears the crown on our list.
Consider this Cuisinart coffee maker as an all-in-one appliance, because it is seriously that good. First of all, it has an integrated hot water dispenser brewing with an ideal temperature quickly. Then, it is actually a dual maker, meaning that it can brew a full carafe, but it also has a single-serving side that makes one cup of Joe. And last but definitely not least, with this maker, you have the choice to brew with ground coffee and K Cup pods.
Fully programmable, and with the capacity of 12 cups, the premium pick of this list will satisfy every avid Java consumer.
If value always comes first for you, then we’ve found out that this Cuisinart model is the perfect purchase. This 12-cup coffee maker does not only have a hot water dispenser, but it actually provides hot water on demand, so tea, cereal, soup, or other instant meals are just a click of a button away.
This coffee maker also has a heater that keeps your brew hot, but that’s not the best part. Thanks to the carafe control option, you get to decide just how hot you want your cup of Joe to be.
The spout is drip-free, the handle super comfortable, so pouring with this Cuisinart model is a breeze.
If you have a thing for multi-tasking, you will love this coffee maker. Hot water on demand, programmable functions, and two separate water reservoirs for the carafe and single-serve side are the most appealing things about this Mr.Coffee model.
Whether you want a single cuppa or a full pot of 12 cups, you can rest assured that this coffee maker will satisfy your caffeine needs quickly.
Featuring an advanced boiler for the ideally hot cup of Joe, and allowing you to choose between a classic or rich brew strength, this Ninja brewer is designed to provide the most pleasing mouthfeel.
This coffee maker is from the same series as our best choice on the list, providing almost-equal functions. However, if you want a more durable appliance, then this is probably a better option, thanks to its fantastic stainless steel finish.
The name “coffee center” says it all. This Cuisinart model has the ability to serve a single caffeine needs, or please a crowd of 12. You can even further customize your cup by choosing the BOLD option for a stronger flavor, and if brewing on the single side, you can choose between 6, 8, and 10-ounce size.
And if this doesn’t seal the deal, then the fact that you can brew ground coffee and K pods with equal richness and precision, definitely will.
Speaking of Cuisinart, it would be remiss not to mention this model. Here, the capacity is also 12 cups, and obviously, the maker comes with an integrated hot system for the piping hot Java. The hot water is also available on-demand, which means that you can use it for your teas, cocoa, or even instant meals.
Programmable for up to 24 hours ahead and with the ability to brew a small batch (1-4 cups), this Cuisinart Coffee Maker brings plenty of value. The carafe temperature can be set to Low, Medium, and High, so you can further adjust your preferred cuppa.
This HB coffee maker is like having two appliances in 1. One side brews a full carafe of 12 cups of hot coffee, while on the other side you can dispense up to 32 ounces of hot water, on your demand. Probably the greatest thing about this maker is the fact that both the carafe side and hot water dispenser have different programming options.
HB 49982 features a cone filter that enhances the extraction of the brew by allowing the water to steep through the grounds with more precision.
To say that this is an excellent coffee machine is an understatement. Because really, this appliance does not MultiServe – it OverServes, if you ask me. And here is why.
First of all, let’s just marvel at the fact that you get to enjoy a full pot of coffee in under 8 minutes. And we’re talking about 10 cups here. So no, you don’t have a delay brew here, but only because you don’t need one.
But you do have seven different programs to customize the size of your brew and the chance to choose whether you like your coffee over ice, light, gold, or with a bold flavor.
And you also have the integrated Exact Brew System, which ensures that each cup is brewed consistently and optimally. Plus, the SCA certification guarantees that ideal brewing performance.
And thanks to the hot dispenser on demand, you get to enjoy your tea with a simple button press.
If you are looking for a coffee maker for your office or store, then chances are, you will not find a better fit than this one. The Keurig 150 is not only durable, but it is also super convenient. Thanks to its large 90-ounce capacity, you can actually make 18 cups of coffee before needing to refill it again.
It is a single-serve maker, but for commercial purposes, that is ideal. You get to choose the size of your cup though, and set the brew for 4, 6, 8, 10, or 12 ounces.
The coffee maker works with K-Cup pods; it has a touchscreen interface, and the temperature is adjustable.
As you can see, there are many different coffee makers with hot water dispensers on the market. To make sure that you pick the one that works best for you (and your kitchen!), you need to consider a few factors first.
The Type of Machine – Do you need a dual machine (full carafe and a single-serve side), a k-cup pod maker, or are you entirely satisfied with a regular 12-cup drip maker? Think about whether this is important and how it fits into your morning routine.
The Brewing Options – If you are into customization and experimenting, you’d probably love to have different brewing options where you can choose the size and strength of your cup of Joe.
The Size of the Appliance – Are you looking for a petite-bodied appliance, or are you okay with a bulky maker? Consider the size of the machine and how it fits in your kitchen/office before making the final decision.
Extra Features – Finally, how much do you care for fancy features? Many automatic, fully-programmable makers practically do all the work for you. If that’s something that you find necessary, then you know what you should be looking for.
The obvious advantage would be the perfect temperature. That means that you will have the ideal cuppa in the most hassle-free way possible, every single morning.
Plus, most of these makers can brew for a crowd, so if you are used to entertaining, this would definitely be a pro for you.
And not to mention that many coffee makers with these dispensers also have a hot water system for pouring on your demand, which means that your tea, instant soup, or oatmeal, are just a click of a button away.
Although compared to the advantages, the downsides of owning a coffee maker with hot water dispenser are minimal, there is one more significant issue that shouldn’t go unnoticed – and that is bulkiness.
These coffee makers usually have a larger body (understandably!), so unless you have a spacious counter, it can be troublesome to try and find a spot for this appliance in your tiny kitchen.
Although the process of using a dispenser for brewing coffee at optimal temperature seems pretty straightforward, there are a couple of critical things you need to pay attention to:
#1 Water Filtration – For best results and odorless coffee, you should consider filtrating your water before filling the reservoir. Depending on your priorities, budget, and of course, the type of water used, find the filtration system that works best for you. Even using a basic pitcher is better than none, as it can remove more than 90% of the impurities.
#2 Type of Water – You may not know this, but hard water makes a tastier cup than soft water. Of course, there is the hassle of mineral buildup and cleaning calcium stains afterward, but your rich cuppa surely deserves some effort, right?
Your coffee maker brings the water to a boil, so you can surely use it instead of your kettle, right? Not so quick!
When you fill the water tank with water and run the brew cycle, gravity helps the water to flow down to the (usually aluminum) heater. The heating tube will bring the water to a boiling point, but it is not that water that drips into your pot. What happens is this – the boiling inside the coil releases steam that flows up the tube, and bubbles form. As these bubbles move upward, the steam turns back into hot water (think condensation), and start dripping over the coffee.
But, the hot water that reaches the coffee is not at the same temperature as the boiling water above the heater – this water is 5-10 degrees below the boiling point.
So, can you use this water for tea or other drinks? Absolutely! But is it at a boiling point? No! So, if you were thinking about using it for sterilizing something, you better stick to your kettle for safer and more accurate results!
We hope that this guide was able to show you the perks of having a coffee maker with a hot water dispenser in your kitchen. Now that we’ve given you ten fantastic options, the next step is to simply think your needs and priorities through, and choose your mug’s new best friend carefully.