Jura E8 Review: Worth the Price?

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I always enjoy visiting old friends, which is why I've decided to spruce up my Jura E8 review a little. After all, this was one of the first Jura coffee makers I tested out after having patched up my relationship with the Swiss manufacturer. In fact, I have fond memories of playing with the Jura E8 and realizing these guys really could deliver a superb fully automatic espresso machine.

Jura E8 Review

I always enjoy visiting old friends, which is why I’ve decided to spruce up my Jura E8 review a little. After all, this was one of the first Jura coffee makers I tested out after having patched up my relationship with the Swiss manufacturer. In fact, I have fond memories of playing with the Jura E8 and realizing these guys really could deliver a superb fully automatic espresso machine.

After having fired it up again, I can tell you right off the bat that the Jura E8 is still one of my favorites. So, without further ado, let’s dive headlong into my updated Jura E8 review. I’m super excited to tell you all about this machine and why it’s worth considering!

Worth the investment

Jura E8

A smart, successful machine with a clever cleaning system

Good value for money

Easy to use

Good cleaning system

Excellent espresso & milk froth

Plastic housing

Fixed brew group

Jura E8 Review Overview

If you’ve spent time browsing through my super automatic espresso machine guide 2024, you’ll know that I rate most Jura coffee makers very highly. Still, the Swiss manufacturer doesn’t really seem to care about trying to compete in the budget category.

With that said, the Jura E8 represents very good value for money at $1,799.99, especially given how high end this thing actually is. Just for reference, the smaller and less capable Jura ENA 8 costs almost as much, which further proves that the E8 is a relative bargain.

Jura E8 Overview

From its sleek design and range of functions, through low volume operation and convenience, to the quality of the espresso and milk foam, the Jura E8 is the full package.

For starters, the Swiss manufacturer hasn’t held back in loading up the E8 with tons of excellent features. There’s an awesome Aroma G3 grinder on board, as well as one of the best automatic milk systems I’ve ever seen. Not only that, the level of drink customization you’re able to achieve is truly impressive.

And let’s not ignore the fact that this is a stunning coffee maker to behold. I mean, I think we can all agree it’d look pretty good sitting in any kitchen!

Although the Jura E8 has been around for a few years, the machine has gone through one or two upgrades over the years. As I just mentioned, there’s now an updated grinder, which is faster and quieter than what came before.

Another immediately visible difference is the newer, more pimped-out milk system or Professional Fine Foam technology. Instead of a dial on the auto-frother, the newest edition has a selector switch that not only allows you to adjust the microfoam’s texture but can also easily be toggled for hot milk.

Jura E8 Features

Let’s continue this Jura E8 review by looking more closely at all the features on offer. There’s a lot to cover, so hang onto your hat!

Size and Design

As I mentioned earlier in this Jura E8 review, the machine is a real stunner. Jura rarely disappoints when it comes to sleek, sophisticated design, but the E8 takes things to a new level. While some folks might find the 2.8 inch (7.1 centimeter) screen a little on the small side, I feel like it blends nicely with the overall dimensions of the machine.

Anyway, who could really resist those gracefully curved lines and that elegant silhouette? Not me, that’s for sure!

As for the overall size of the Jura E8, it’s neither the largest nor the most compact super automatic I’ve seen. Ultimately, I don’t think you’ll have a hard time finding space for this beauty on your kitchen counter. Plus, at 21 pounds (9.5 kilograms), the E8 is nice and sturdy. Let’s just say that once it’s taken up residence in your kitchen it’s not going anywhere!

User Interface

Jura E8 Display
Jura E8 Interface

The high-resolution TFT color display not only underscores the elegant design of the Jura E8 coffee machine but also makes it a real pleasure to use. You simply use the two rows of small buttons on either side of the screen to make selections and adjust settings. There’s really not much more to add to that, except to say that the operation is a breeze to navigate.

You still occasionally find entry-level super automatic espresso machines with monochrome screens that only display text. The Jura E8 is not one of them. Clearly, this is a different class of machine and very much a product of the smartphone age.

I’m actually happy that this isn’t a touchscreen display, seeing as you don’t end up with dirty smudges all over the screen. Best of all, the machine has an intelligent algorithm that keeps track of your favorite drinks and keeps them displayed on the home screen. Who knew a coffee maker could be so thoughtful?

Grinder

I’ve already mentioned the Aroma G3 grinder a couple of times during this Jura E8 review, and for good reason. I have to say that Jura’s new and improved grinder really delivers, both in terms of speed and consistency. 

I was also pleasantly surprised by the quietness of the stainless steel burrs during operation. Oh, and while six adjustment settings might not sound like much, the Aroma G3 is perfectly calibrated, so you’ll have plenty of room to maneuver.

The grinder adjustment dial is located under a flap on top of the machine. There’s also a bypass doser for ground coffee under there. Above the grinder itself you have the 10 ounce (283 gram) bean hopper with its chic aroma preservation cover. 

In case you were wondering, the cover earns its name by creating an airtight seal. Turns out Jura has thought of everything!

Pulse Extraction Process

Jura likes to make a big deal of its Pulse Extraction Process ( P.E.P. ) brewing technology. It turns out that the fanfare is justified, as the process appears quite unique and effective.

What happens is that the super automatic espresso machine forces water through the coffee grounds in several short bursts. You can even hear these pulses during the extraction process. In contrast, the aim of a home espresso machine is to achieve consistent water pressure and flow rates.

Jura E8 Pulse Extraction Process

One reason I find this P.E.P. so intriguing is that extraction is a core problem when designing super automatic espresso machines. After all, if the coffee is too finely ground, it poses a serious clogging risk to their automated innards.

Now you know why fully automatic espresso machines produce coarser coffee grounds than what goes into traditional espresso machines — even when on the finest setting available. And a coarser grind generally reduces the shot’s intensity. Except intensity is pretty much the point of an espresso.

All of which spurs manufacturers to try and develop brewing workarounds to get the most out of the extraction. P.E.P. is one such system. Who knows, maybe in the future, fully automatic espresso will become an art form in its own right, instead of a convenient imitation of the portafilter process.

Not only is the Jura espresso full-bodied with a thick, dark crema, but there are no undesirable bitter notes. What’s more, it’s a full expression of the coffee beans’ aroma. When it comes to espresso, the Jura E8 has definitely earned its place in the super automatic espresso machine big leagues. That’s a big thumbs-up from me.

Milk Foam

Appearances can be deceiving, and that’s certainly true of the milk system on the Jura E8. Don’t let that separate milk spout at the front of the machine fool you into thinking that your coffee and microfoam come out of different outlets. You won’t need to move your cup. Promise.

The milk froth and espresso pour out together — wait for it — from the milk outlet and an additional spout. Only coffee specialties without milk are dispensed as usual from the central outlet. Thanks to the two spouts there, you can also pull two espressos or other milk-free drinks at once. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to make two milky specialties at the same time using the Jura E8 milk frother.

Jura E8 Milk Foam
Jura E8 Milk Foam and Latte

If you’re mad about microfoam, a small switch on the milk nozzle allows you to fine-tune the texture of your milk froth. In Jura-speak, it’s called Professional Fine Foam technology, and it certainly oozes barista cred in the looks department.

I’m a firm believer that the more flexible a feature’s settings, the better. However, when it comes to the microfoam from the Jura coffee maker, this extra isn’t really necessary. Even without Professional Fine Foam technology, the milk froth from the Jura E8 is gorgeous. The texture is evenly creamy and the temperature spot-on.

Jura — like me — is a stickler for the fine points. When creating a latte macchiato, the Jura E8 Milk frother dispenses the milk foam and then allows 30 seconds for it to settle. Only then is the espresso added to the cup. I definitely recommend using a glass because a thing of such beauty deserves to be seen from all angles!

Specialty Drinks

As you’d expect from a machine at this price point, the Jura E8 offers just about every specialty drink under the sun. There are 17 to choose from, including cappuccino, cortado and americano. With that said, Jura somehow expects us to accept that hot water can be classed as a specialty drink.

Anyway, what’s especially cool is how much control you have over your beverage. You’re able to adjust temperature and size, and you choose from an impressive 10 strength levels. I also really appreciate Jura’s Extra Shot function, wherein the E8 prepares two individual espressos rather than just over extracting one dose of coffee.

The Jura espresso machine not only dispenses hot water for tea but offers three possible temperature settings. Anyone who enjoys an occasional cup of tea or has guests of that beverage persuasion will appreciate this. On top of the convenience factor, there’s the added advantage that your tea is always made with filtered water. As a result, the tea has a more delicate and aromatic flavor.

Memo Function

You’re out of luck if you expected the Jura E8 to offer individual user profiles. However, you are able to save any adjustments you’ve made to beverages on the menu. Plus, as I mentioned earlier in this Jura E8 review, the machine will take note of your favorites and keep them on the home screen. That way, you’re able to stumble out of bed and get your flat white at the touch of a button.

App

Speaking of touching buttons, the Jura E8 is compatible with the Jura Operating Experience (J.O.E.) app. While the machine doesn’t come with WiFi Connect, you can buy Jura’s Smart Connect transmitter and plug it into the available slot. Once that’s done, you won’t have to press any buttons at all!

Instead, you can mess with settings and prepare drinks from your phone. You’ll also be able to schedule cleaning tasks and receive updates from Jura. Incidentally, the app is also available for Apple Watch if that’s your thing.

Intelligent Water System

Arne with the water tank of the Jura E8

The Jura E8 is equipped with a 64 ounce (1.9 liter) removable water reservoir. That might sound pretty huge, but seeing as the machine self-rinses every chance it gets, you’ll go through the water fairly quickly. I guess that’s a good thing – you wouldn’t want water hanging out in there for days.

You may have noticed that Jura loves to come up with important-sounding acronyms and abbreviations. Well get ready because here comes another: I.W.S. This stands for Intelligent Water System, which is actually pretty cool.

Using RFID technology, the machine communicates with the CLEARYL Smart water filter, and will let you know when it needs to be changed. Even better, you’ll seldom need to descale your machine if the filter is installed. Oh, and your coffee will taste its best into the bargain!

Spout Height

As with most super automatic espresso machines, you’re able to adjust the dispensing spouts to accommodate different sized cups. The cappuccino spout can be raised to give over 6 inches (15.2 centimeters) of clearance, so preparing a latte in a travel mug shouldn’t pose a problem.

While the separate coffee spouts can’t go quite as high, what’s important is that they can be lowered to 2.6 inches (6.6 centimeters). That’s ideal for when you’re using espresso cups and want to preserve the Jura’s thick crema.

How to Use the Jura E8

Although the Jura E8 is a powerful and versatile coffee maker, don’t think for a second it’ll be hard to use. Sure, you might need to consult the user manual here and there, but getting started is easy peasy. First things first you’ll need to add coffee beans to the hopper.

After installing the water filter, filling the reservoir and inputting your water hardness, you’re good to go. Well, actually the machine will perform a few rinsing functions, but it won’t take long and the E8 will keep you updated.

Honestly, I’d recommend diving right in and starting to make drinks. Seeing as the user interface is so intuitive, adjusting individual settings to your liking is a piece of cake. 

If you plan on making milk-based specialties, it’s just a case of dropping the cappuccinatore pipe into whichever container you’re using for milk. Best of all, you don’t even have to move your glass between coffee and milk spouts!

Espresso Preparation

Jura E8 Espresso Shot pull

With 10 preset levels for coffee strength, the Jura E8 fully automatic espresso machine offers finer gradations in this department than the five available on most other super automatic machines. You can even adjust the water quantity on a sliding scale from 0.5-2.7 ounces (15-80 milliliters).

This puts a smile on my face, especially as most super automatics have just under an ounce as their lower limit. That’s the norm for an espresso, not the minimum. Depending on your choice of coffee beans, and how they respond to different settings, you can boost the quality by reducing the water volume to 0.7 ounces.

For those with mouths of steel, who find that coffee drinks from most super automatic espresso machines only ever seem lukewarm, the second temperature option will be very welcome. My happy place in terms of beverage temperature is the default setting of “normal.”

Those who like it hotter can bump the temperature up to “high.” There’s nowhere really to go above that because you’d quickly hit the natural ceiling for brewing coffee. Any hotter, and you’re scalding the coffee grounds.

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Here are the ideal settings for our coffee with the Jura E8:

  • Grind Setting: Second finest

  • Attention: Only adjust when the grinder is running!

  • Espresso volume: 1.4 ounces (40 milliliters)

  • Coffee volume: 4 ounces (120 milliliters)

  • Temperature: Maximum for espresso, slightly lower for coffee

  • Coffee strength: Adjust to taste from 10 levels

Jura E8 Cleaning

The Jura E8 is cleaning itself

I used to be pretty freaked out by Jura’s insistence on including fixed brew groups in its machines. However, having performed a year-long experiment on a Jura A1, my fears have been put to rest. It turns out that the self-cleaning functions work a treat!

There are rinsing and cleaning functions for coffee and espresso as well as for the Jura E8 milk frother, which needs to be flushed after each use. To do so, you can program the machine to prompt you to initiate the purge if you’re worried about forgetting.

The manufacturer recommends cleaning the milk system properly at the end of each day of use. That not only entails following the cleaning procedure I described together with Jura Milk System Cleaner, but also unscrewing and disassembling the fine foam frother to wash it by hand.

As soon as the Jura espresso machine is switched on or off, it auto-rinses the coffee system. A deeper clean is due after 80 drinks, but the machine will prompt you. Jura recommends using its branded products in this roughly 20-minute process.

Of course, every brand punts its own products, but since you’re trusting Jura with your machine’s hygiene, I’d say there’s no point in half measures.

Descaling the Jura E8

Last but not least, there’s the obligatory descaling program. However, according to the manufacturer, you shouldn’t need to run it if you use the Claris filters. Jura is singing from my songbook on this point. I always advise using filtered water because it produces better coffee and protects the espresso machine. That goes doubly if your tap water is particularly hard. 

Don’t know your water hardness? That’s what the included test strip is for.

Once again, the machine will let you know when to run the 40-minute program if you need to descale.

Simply dissolve the appropriate descaling tablets in water, pour that water into the tank and start the program. The Jura E8 manual walks you through the process step by step.

It almost goes without saying that you also need to regularly shine up the drip tray and dregs box. When I say regularly, I definitely mean daily. Unfortunately, you can’t pop them in the dishwasher.

Jura E8 Specifications

Jura E8
Manufacturer

Jura

Model number

15371/15400/15422

Product category

Super automatic espresso machine

Removable brew group

Housing material

Plastic with stainless steel parts

Color options

Chrome, Piano Black, Piano White

Milk frother

Cappuccinatore

User interface

Color TFT with buttons

App

User profiles

Memo function only

Removable water reservoir

Water reservoir capacity

64.2 fl oz / 1.9 l

Number of boilers

1

Pump pressure

15 bar

Maximum cup height

4.4 in / 11.2 cm

Minimum cup height

2.6 in / 6.6 cm

Grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Grind adjustment levels

6

Bean hopper capacity

10.2 oz / 290.0 g

Pre-ground coffee bypass

Grounds discard container capacity

16

Specialty drinks

17

Pre-infusion

Adjustable coffee temperature

Adjustable milk foam temperature

Adjustable milk temperature

2-cup function

Yes (non-milk drinks only)

Pot function

Hot water function

Hot milk function

Milk foam only option

Water filter

Power consumption

1450 W

Weight

21.0 lb / 9.5 kg

Dimensions

13.8 x 11.0 x 17.6 in
35.1 x 27.9 x 44.7 cm

Warranty

2 years

Notes

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Milk system cleaning container, Measuring spoon, Filler funnel for ground coffee. App connectivity with optional Jura Smart Connect (not included).

Current price on Amazon

$1,799.99

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Jura E8 vs Other Super Automatics

My Jura E8 review wouldn’t be legit if I didn’t compare it to some other machines. So, let’s see how the E8 measures up in comparison to a couple of its stablemates.

Jura E8 vs Jura S8

The Jura S8 preparing a coffee with milk foam

It used to be that the Jura S8 represented a pretty substantial step up in price from the E8. However, these days it isn’t rare to find yourself paying a little less for the S8, depending on which color you go for.

Honestly, there isn’t much of a difference between the two machines, performance-wise. However, the Jura S8 is a little bigger and bolder than its sibling, making it more visually appealing. What really sets the Jura S8 apart, though, is its huge color touchscreen display. I have to admit it’s a very cool user interface that’ll appeal to a lot of people.

See Also: Jura S8 Review 2024

Jura E8 vs Jura Z10

The Jura Z10 is making a latte

If you’re willing to go all out and invest in one of the Swiss manufacturer’s more premium machines, the Jura Z10 will likely win you over. 

Costing an eye-watering $3,950.00, the Z10 blew my mind when I first used it. Seriously, fully automatic coffee machines don’t get much cooler than this.

Aside from the Z10’s Product Recognizing Grinder (P.R.G.) and stunning good looks, there’s an innovative cold brew function that actually works. Sure, it can’t make real cold brew, but the Z10 can deliver cold-extracted espresso that’s truly delicious.

See Also: Jura Z10 Hands-On Review 2024

Jura E8 vs Others Comparison Chart

Jura E8Jura S8Jura Z10
Manufacturer

Jura

Jura

Jura

Model number

15371/15400/15422

15212/15210/15358

15361/15464

Product category

Super automatic espresso machine

Super automatic espresso machine

Super automatic espresso machine

Removable brew group

Housing material

Plastic with stainless steel parts

Plastic with stainless steel parts

Stainless steel with plastic parts

Color options

Chrome, Piano Black, Piano White

Chrome, Moonlight Silver, Piano Black

Aluminum White, Diamond Black

Milk frother

Cappuccinatore

Cappuccinatore

Cappuccinatore

User interface

Color TFT with buttons

Touchscreen

Touch screen with buttons and dials

App

User profiles

Memo function only

Memo function only

1

Removable water reservoir

Water reservoir capacity

64.2 fl oz / 1.9 l

64.2 fl oz / 1.9 l

81.2 fl oz / 2.4 l

Number of boilers

1

1

1

Pump pressure

15 bar

15 bar

15 bar

Maximum cup height

4.4 in / 11.2 cm

4.6 in / 11.7 cm

5.9 in / 15.0 cm

Minimum cup height

2.6 in / 6.6 cm

2.8 in / 7.1 cm

3.0 in / 7.6 cm

Grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Grind adjustment levels

6

Infinitely variable

Infinitely variable

Bean hopper capacity

10.2 oz / 290.0 g

10.2 oz / 290.0 g

10.2 oz / 290.0 g

Pre-ground coffee bypass

Grounds discard container capacity

16

16

20

Specialty drinks

17

8

24

Pre-infusion

Adjustable coffee temperature

Adjustable milk foam temperature

Adjustable milk temperature

2-cup function

Yes (non-milk drinks only)

Yes (non-milk drinks only)

Yes (non-milk drinks only)

Pot function

Hot water function

Hot milk function

Milk foam only option

Water filter

Power consumption

1450 W

1450 W

1450 W

Weight

21.0 lb / 9.5 kg

22.0 lb / 10.0 kg

27.0 lb / 12.2 kg

Dimensions

13.8 x 11.0 x 17.6 in
35.1 x 27.9 x 44.7 cm

13.8 x 11.0 x 17.3 in
35.1 x 27.9 x 43.9 cm

15.0 x 12.6 x 17.7 in
38.1 x 32.0 x 45.0 cm

Warranty

2 years

2 years

2 years

Notes

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Milk system cleaning container, Measuring spoon, Filler funnel for ground coffee. App connectivity with optional Jura Smart Connect (not included).

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Container for milk system cleaning, Measuring spoon, Hot water nozzle. App connectivity with optional Jura Smart Connect (not included).

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Milk system cleaning container, Measuring spoon, Filter casing.

Current price on Amazon

$1,799.99

$2,609.99

$3,798.99

Jura E8Jura S8Jura Z10
Manufacturer

Jura

Jura

Jura

Model number

15371/15400/15422

15212/15210/15358

15361/15464

Product category

Super automatic espresso machine

Super automatic espresso machine

Super automatic espresso machine

Removable brew group

Housing material

Plastic with stainless steel parts

Plastic with stainless steel parts

Stainless steel with plastic parts

Color options

Chrome, Piano Black, Piano White

Chrome, Moonlight Silver, Piano Black

Aluminum White, Diamond Black

Milk frother

Cappuccinatore

Cappuccinatore

Cappuccinatore

User interface

Color TFT with buttons

Touchscreen

Touch screen with buttons and dials

App

User profiles

Memo function only

Memo function only

1

Removable water reservoir

Water reservoir capacity

64.2 fl oz / 1.9 l

64.2 fl oz / 1.9 l

81.2 fl oz / 2.4 l

Number of boilers

1

1

1

Pump pressure

15 bar

15 bar

15 bar

Maximum cup height

4.4 in / 11.2 cm

4.6 in / 11.7 cm

5.9 in / 15.0 cm

Minimum cup height

2.6 in / 6.6 cm

2.8 in / 7.1 cm

3.0 in / 7.6 cm

Grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Grind adjustment levels

6

Infinitely variable

Infinitely variable

Bean hopper capacity

10.2 oz / 290.0 g

10.2 oz / 290.0 g

10.2 oz / 290.0 g

Pre-ground coffee bypass

Grounds discard container capacity

16

16

20

Specialty drinks

17

8

24

Pre-infusion

Adjustable coffee temperature

Adjustable milk foam temperature

Adjustable milk temperature

2-cup function

Yes (non-milk drinks only)

Yes (non-milk drinks only)

Yes (non-milk drinks only)

Pot function

Hot water function

Hot milk function

Milk foam only option

Water filter

Power consumption

1450 W

1450 W

1450 W

Weight

21.0 lb / 9.5 kg

22.0 lb / 10.0 kg

27.0 lb / 12.2 kg

Dimensions

13.8 x 11.0 x 17.6 in
35.1 x 27.9 x 44.7 cm

13.8 x 11.0 x 17.3 in
35.1 x 27.9 x 43.9 cm

15.0 x 12.6 x 17.7 in
38.1 x 32.0 x 45.0 cm

Warranty

2 years

2 years

2 years

Notes

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Milk system cleaning container, Measuring spoon, Filler funnel for ground coffee. App connectivity with optional Jura Smart Connect (not included).

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Container for milk system cleaning, Measuring spoon, Hot water nozzle. App connectivity with optional Jura Smart Connect (not included).

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Milk system cleaning container, Measuring spoon, Filter casing.

Current price on Amazon

$1,799.99

$2,609.99

$3,798.99

Verdict: JURA E8 Review

Worth the investment

Jura E8

A smart, successful machine with a clever cleaning system

Good value for money

Easy to use

Good cleaning system

Excellent espresso & milk froth

Plastic housing

Fixed brew group

I have to say I’m really glad I updated this Jura E8 review. I kind of fell in love with this awesome machine the moment I saw it, and my feelings haven’t changed.

The Jura E8 is by no means overpriced in terms of sheer value for the money. Its stylish good looks are matched by espresso and milk froth that surpasses what you’d expect from a super automatic espresso machine. Add in the fact that the E8 is a solid, well-built machine that looks great and is easy to use and you know you’re onto a winner.

Sure, Jura machines get even more beautiful and luxurious in the higher price categories. However, after revisiting the E8, I wonder why you’d want anything else.

What’s your experience with the Jura E8? Do you love this fully automatic machine as much as I do? I look forward to your comments!

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Hi! My name is Arne. Having spent years working as a barista I'm now on a mission to bring more good coffee to the people. To that end, my team and I provide you with a broad knowledge base on the subject of coffee.

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