Summary: The coffee from the Jura ena is so fresh and flavorful you can easily drink too much. My husband gets a kick out of the single serving button. Certainly makes making just a cup super easy. The cherry color is so chic and the small compact size makes it convenient to display in the kitchen.
Excerpt: I'm addicted to this machine. Literally...I can barely stand to drink coffee anywhere else because this machine makes such amazingly good coffee. Its super easy to use and comes out great every time. Not only can you brew espresso, you can steam milk for lattes or cappuccinos.
Worth every cent for the perfect programmed cup of espresso
23 August 2012
Excerpt: Rated "Very Good" because "Excellent" isn't an optionBrew PerformanceThis high quality workhorse makes it easy to program the number of ounces and strength of espresso you want then push the button. Heats very quickly too. Accepts whole or pre-ground beans.
Summary: I've had it for about a year now and so far (knock on wood) everything has been smooth. I've been doing all the regular maintenance and the machine runs without problems so far. I only use it to make coffee, I do not use the milk frother attachment and as such cannot attest to quality or ease of...
Summary: This "review" is really just a fix suggestion for users. Jura has a design issue with the nozzle for the dual foam manual steamer. Normally about halfway through steaming up to 160 the nozzle suddenly and rather forcefully blasts into your pitcher or cup.
Summary: Pros: Very easy to customize your cup of coffee - controls are intuitive and user friendly; FrothExpress is an awesome feature for steamed or frothed milk; self-cleaning process is very nice, and the machine overall is very low maintenance; makes a consistent, tasty cup of your favorite coffee...
Summary: This thing is great. I read reviews and labored over this purchase for weeks because of all of the mixed reviews and the suggestions that none of these things are reliable. It makes great coffee and the milk steamer is too easy.
Summary: The Swiss made Ena5 is the low end of high end coffee makers $1,200. As perfectos (coffee snobs) call it,"superautomatics". The Ena5 makes good, rich coffee. Great crema! Nice, frother. It's easy to use.
Summary: For the first frustrating week or so, the frothing nozzle flew off almost every time I used the Dual Frother Plus on my ENA5, but it has not happened since I realized that the heat was baking the milk and clogging up the sleeve and tip of the wand.