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Coffee is a lifestyle. However, it can get pricey to pick up your daily cup at a café. If you can’t live without your morning caffeine fix, it might be time to invest in an at-home device like the Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker. It will save you trips to the coffee shop, and overspending on artisanal drinks. Not to mention, this chic kitchen gadget is on sale right now.
There are lots of reasons to love the Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker. It can brew coffee, froth milk and make both single-serve cups for one person and carafes for the whole family. Even better, it’s not super bulky. If you have a small space, this coffee maker only takes up a sliver’s worth of square footage on your countertop.
If you’re still not convinced, maybe this will help: this Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker brews specialty drinks with a press of a button. There are four different brewing modes including classic, rich, over ice and specialty concentrate.
In addition to the type of coffee, you can also customize how much coffee you want to make. There’s a dial on the machine that allows you to select from varying cup sizes or the included glass carafe.
Maybe best of all? You can legit make your coffee house staples with hot or cold milk using the milk frother that tucks away neatly at the side.
Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker, $149.99 (Orig. $169.99)
Hundreds of customers have shopped this coffee maker to brew coffee at home. It has an overall rating of four stars from Target customers.
“I’m obsessed with my new Ninja Specialty Coffee Maker!” one shopper wrote in a review. “No more daily runs to Starbucks! (Great for my pocket!) I’ve made caramel macchiatos, both hot and iced with that sweet cream foam on top! My teenage daughter loves to make her iced coffees! And they’re all amazing! Worth every penny!”
Even if you’re the only person who drinks coffee at home, one customer explained that it’s still great for solo coffee drinkers to experiment with different recipes.
“I switched over from a single cup brewer (not naming names) and was concerned about the ability to still make a single cup at a time as I am the only coffee drinker in my household,” they wrote. “A great investment whether you are the only coffee drinker in your house or you brew a pot at once.”
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