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Breville Barista Touch Espresso Machine, 67 fluid ounces, Brushed Stainless Steel, BES880BSS

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Color: Brushed Stainless Steel


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Barista quality performance with new intuitive touch screen display with pre programmed café drinks menu and automatic milk texturing. All within a compact footprint. A built in grinder delivers the right amount of ground coffee on demand and with a 3 second heat up time, you go from bean to cup, faster than ever before.

Specs & Other Info

Specification Description
Manufacturer Breville
Design and Finish Modern, Brushed Stainless Steel
Dimensions 12.7" in Depth, 15.5" in Width, 16" in Height
Ideal for Domestic Use
Coffee Machine Type Espresso Machine
Key Features Programmable, Integrated Coffee Grinder, Reusable Filter, and Jug
Included Items 16 oz Stainless Steel Jug, Single and Double Wall Filter Baskets, 54mm Full Stainless Steel Portafilter, ClaroSwiss Water Filter, Razor™ Precision Dose Trimming Tool, Cleaning Kit, and Water Hardness Test Strip
Operation Fully Automated with Touchscreen Input
Electricity Requirement 120 Volts
Model Title The Barista Touch™ Espresso Maker
Item Weight 26.8 lbs
Product Code BES880BSS
Available from December 6, 2017
Package Inclusion Standard Packaging
Discontinuation This product is currently in production

Frequently asked questions

The Breville Barista Touch is designed with ease of cleaning in mind. Its milk jug is dishwasher safe. Meanwhile, the removable drip tray and the cleaning tools included further simplify the cleaning process. Importantly, the machine also has an automated cleaning cycle, which can be executed by selecting 'Clean Me' in the menu settings.

This espresso machine comes with a large water tank, which has a capacity of 67 fluid ounces. This high capacity allows you to make several cups of espresso without needing to refill the tank frequently.

Yes, the Breville Barista Touch has an intuitive touchscreen that provides comprehensive control over coffee making. You can easily adjust the coffee strength, milk texture or temperature to suit your taste. There are also five pre-programmed café favourites to choose from.

The Breville Barista Touch BES880BSS is built to last, thanks to its brushed stainless steel construction. Not only does this give it a sleek, stylish appearance, but the material is also resistant to corrosion, rust, and staining, thereby improving its durability.

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🚀 Abunda's Overview

This is our summary and key points to consider based on customer reviews.

The Barista Touch coffee machine has received glowing reviews from users for its versatility and performance. Users noted that it prepares excellent coffee, offers fantastic customization options and promises great value for money in the long run. A few customers indicated a minor learning curve initially, but appreciate how it lets them avoid frequent and costly coffee shop visits. However, some were slightly concerned with the grinder and its process for changing beans.


  • 👍 It is versatile and allows users to create a variety of coffee types to their taste
  • 💰 Its initial cost can be offset by savings from avoiding daily coffee shop visits
  • 👌 Offers high-quality construction and excellent performance levels
  • 🔧 Comes with adjustable settings for grind size, coffee volume, and milk frothing temperature


  • 🔀 Changing beans in the grinder can be a bit challenging
  • 💭 Occasionally fails to save users' grind settings

Should I Buy It?

If you're an avid coffee drinker who appreciates customization and quality in your beverages, then the Barista Touch is a wonderful investment. Despite its minor shortcomings, the majority of the reviews are positive, and many users noted how the machine has drastically improved their daily coffee experience.

  • Espresso quality far exceeds what is produced by superautomatics
Color: Brushed Stainless Steel
I had previously tried a Philips superautomatic (doesn't matter which, they'll all be about the same in terms of the nature of their limitations), and was pretty disappointed by the lack of espresso that, well, tasted like espresso. I got rid of it and used a $200 unit that was pre-ground coffee only (and it did a far better job than the $850 Philips in terms of sheer espresso quality), but it still left something to be desired. I wanted fresh-ground but with convenience. This thing was sitting around in my Saved For Later space for a long time, and I decided to snag it when the price dropped significantly due to the recent sales. Very glad I pulled the trigger, blew away my expectations. It walked me through not only how to set up the machine, but how to make a GOOD espresso with it (dialing in settings, advising how long it should take for the espresso to begin flowing as an indication of grinds being too course or too fine), and this all culminated in a cappuccino I made at home that for the first time took me straight back to Italy, where no prior machine I'd ever tried could. If you want to make good quality espresso drinks at home, this is the style of machine to get, and I recommend this model in particular for its beautiful ease of use and its excellent, refined engineering, from the hardware to the user interface and on-screen interactive guides. Do not be afraid to learn how to make a real espresso! This machine will teach you start to finish, in a manner of minutes, and you'll be proud of your results. In the end, using this semi-automatic actually requires less of my time for maintenance (cleaning the milk carafe in particular on my old machines was a nightmare, no such problem here), instead utilizing my time to directly impact just how good my espresso will turn out. As a side note, people seem to insist on trying to get their tamper perfect with just the exactly "right" amount of pressure and the exact "right" dose of coffee into the portafilter, often by buying extra contraptions to make it foolproof, but none of this is necessary (and the machine subtly indicates this while guiding you through your first espresso). The most important thing is that you develop a habit of preparing the portafilter in a SIMILAR way, every time, so that the settings you leave on the machine will produce consistent results (in other words, let the machine do the heavy lifting, you just make sure you provide it with some amount of consistency on your end). If you want real espresso and want to put your few minutes into making it good rather than into cleaning up after a sub-par "super"-automated facsimile, buy this machine, and not the alluring but ultimately entirely inferior superautomatic. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2023 by Daniel

Color: Brushed Stainless Steel
Ok, I am going to try to split this into two sections- the short review and an extended review. The short review: It is AMAZING and well worth the expense. Buy good beans and you are good to go. The longer review: First of all, this machine is expensive so I would look for any sort of sale. For us, it was worth it. The expense: At time of purchase this was going for roughly $799, but in terms of value it was worth it for us. Looking at our Starbucks bill, we spent well over that in just a few months because we would go there each morning and sometimes on the way home from work. We haven’t visited Starbucks at all since we bought this machine so it has more than paid for itself, and that is including the purchase of good beans. Starbucks was always a hit and miss depending on who was making our coffee each morning, but the Barista Touch has been a hit because once you create your settings it is always the same AND you can make micro adjustments until you get it just right (see “Features” below). The quality: It is very well made and the touch screen makes this a breeze to use- sooooooo easy. It has a drip tray that is very easy to empty and clean. The froth wand is easy to use and makes perfect frothed milk without any hassle at all. The tamper, it was good but not great so we opted for a spring loaded tamper and purchased a grind distributor which made using this even easier. If you have never tamped coffee, it can be tricky but using a spring tamper just made it so much easier however the tamper included is perfectly fine. We purchased the Sccody 53mm Calibrated Espresso Tamper which makes espresso tamping a breeze without any guesswork needed. The Barista Touch does come with a "blade" distributor, but I opted to buy a better one which has made for perfect coffee. We bought the Gurudar 53mm Coffee Distributor which is also a palm tamper but we just use it for the distribution of the grind instead of using the included Breville blade- again the included blade is good butr we wanted something a bit easier to use. Both the Sccody and the Gurudar are perfect additions and take all the guess work out of learning to make espresso, but there are many other options and even using what is included with the Touch you will be good to go with a small learning curve. The features: First, the touch screen- the Barista Touch comes with a screen that makes it so easy to create your coffee of choice. It has preprogrammed options (which are adjustable) and it allows you to custom build your coffee of choice and assign it an icon. In fact, everything is icon based and it even has a tutorial built in. For instance, if you want to make a latte, press the latte icon and a screen pops up with the easy to follow steps. You can make many different types of coffee including Americanos, Cappuccinos, and even simple espresso shots. You can even custom design your coffee, then assign it an icon, then every time you want that coffee you just hit the icon and follow the steps. Blamo- great coffee every time. Second great feature-the grinder. It has a built-in grinder which makes all the difference. The grinder is adjustable so you can change the grind size to fit your needs and to customize your coffee (fine or coarse grind). Next good feature- the water tank. It holds a good amount of water and is located at the back of the machine. You just have to watch the level but it will give you a “water tank is empty” message on the screen when you need to refill it. The downside: The only real thing we found to be a problem is the grinder and changing beans. We decided to try a different brand of coffee to see if we liked it but the hopper was full. Removing the beans from the hopper was a bit tricky and I know there is probably some short cut, but we managed and honestly it wasn’t that big of a deal. Comparisons: Our first espresso machine, the De’Longhi 15 bar espresso maker, was a good beginning machine but just isn’t as good as the Barista Touch. The De’Longhi didn’t have a grinder so we used pre ground coffee which was ok, just not super good and certainly not good enough to keep us from returning to our Starbucks habit. Our kid ended up taking it to college, so we upgraded to the touch. One thing that has made a world of difference, besides the included grinder, is the automatic milk frother on the Barista Touch. Super easy to use and is as simple as placing the milk pitcher, which is included, under the wand but it has to sit on a temp sensor to work accurately. We haven’t had a single problem with it to date. You can also use the frother in manual mode if you want, which is a great added feature but the automatic mode is good enough to make latte Art…that is if you know how to actually make latte art unlike me. As for adjustability, you can adjust how much coffee is ground, how fine you want the grinds, and how long the machine grinds the coffee. You can adjust the temp of the milk froth, you can go from automatic to manual mode to froth the milk so there are several options to adjust and fine tune to your exact specification. Overall, we love the Barista Touch- it makes amazing coffee. Of course, the beans have a great deal to do with it but still this machine rocks. UPDATE: Ok, I did find one tiny aspect of this most excellent machine that Breville could fix, aside from the price, and that is the frothing wand. Once you finish frothing the milk you have to clean the wand. It does a self clean, but when it self cleans the wand does not line up directly with the hole in the drain pan. ours is off a slight bit. The drain pan hole should be just a bit larger and that would fix everything. We found that after cleaning the wand we put the damp paper towel or rag near the base of the wand on the drain pan to avoid splashes. not a big deal but thought you should know. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2022 by Brian

  • Great for beginners and pros alike
Color: Brushed Stainless Steel
Very easy to tune the grind size, amount of grind, and brew time to pull the ideal espresso shot. I saved the setting so my wife, can use the touchscreen to easily pull a shot. Was debating to buy an espresso ‘machine’ that is potentially more rugged but harder to use and with a steeper learning curve or this appliance. Since my wife will also be using it and she doesn’t have as much interest or patience to learn the nuances to pull a perfect shot, and she just wants her coffee, this was a good fit for us. And I on the other hand can keep fine tuning the shot and save the setting for her. Other things we love: - Automatic milk frothing. Nice to set the milk pitcher down, hit a button and come back to frothed milk especially in the busy mornings - Auto clean of the milk frother by shooting extra steam/water after milk is frothed . Our old machine, we had to disable to clean the nozzle internals - Comes with everything you need. Tamper, pitcher, descaling supply, and also an adapter you can put on top of the portafilter so dispensed beans don’t overflow. Suggestions: - We put a screen protector on the touch screen. With previous machines that we’ve used over time the face of the machines will be ‘polished’ and lettering will come off, likely from daily wiping and especially with fine coffee grounds floating around. I imagine the screen will eventually get scratched from daily wiping. - The water tank has been running low quicker than we anticipated. We put a low friction mat underneath so we can easily slide the machine out to refill the water. Otherwise it’s a hefty machine to pull out from underneath your kitchen cabinet. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2023 by G8

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