The Breville Precision Brewer isn’t your regular drip coffee maker. It goes beyond brewing big pots of tasty coffee. It does so with robotic consistency and as fast as possible. However, we noticed this machine is quite flexible, and it accepts both flat bottom and cone filters.
Also known as the perfect drip brewer, the first time you’ll come across this machine, you may think it is just another drip coffee maker.
However, the stainless steel exterior gives it away and you’ll know this appliance does not come cheap. Keep in mind that the design used is an entirely new approach used for coffee makers.
The Breville Precision Brewer comes with a stylish PID controller (that is proportional, integral, derivative). This is the component you’ll commonly find only in fancy espresso machines.
The PID electronics controls the heating feature that directly handles water temperature. The circuitry also comes with an electrically powered water pump system.
In layman terms, this means that this coffee maker controls every aspect of its brewing cycle, and that includes water flow too.
In addition, you have the freedom to customize major brewing factors like flow rate, water temperature, and pre-soak length. Besides, the Precision can automatically make cold brew without messing everywhere up.
On the exterior, the Breville Precision Brewer seems like your standard drip machine. However, the stainless steel exterior it comes with makes it stand out as a premium appliance. It’s a different ball game entirely when you look at the insides. The makers took a completely new approach with the design of this coffee maker.
The Breville Precision Brewer is very flexible thanks to its advanced hardware. There are 6 automatic brewing modes at your disposal to choose from. A “fast” cycle thrusts hot water through the brewer as fast as possible.
When you use the “gold” setting, the device brews your coffee in strict accordance with the “gold cup standard,” as stipulated by the SCA (Specialty Coffee Association). On the other hand, if you decide to use the “strong” mode, it increases the temperature and the brew time. This allows the grounds are to be extracted more thoroughly.
Just as the name implies, the Breville Precision Brewer showed incredible temperature control when it was tested in the lab. In actual fact, the brewer had the most stable and accurate heat levels we recorded in a coffee maker.