MiniMoka

The MiniMoka coffee machines are a reference point with a great presence and above all a great popularity in the espresso market. What is the reason for their fame? Mainly because of their combination of basic features with a price that is the most competitive on the market, well below the average for other brands.

For this reason, they can easily be found in large shops and more general household appliance shops. And in the end… if the quality is good, the prices rule the consumer, or is it not so?

The MiniMoka brand was acquired in 2011 by the Spanish firm Taurus. Since then they have managed to maintain their name and their experience of over four decades in the coffee sector, and also to carve out a niche for themselves in the increasingly tight market (with the arrival of pod coffee machines, espresso machines have seen their competition increase).

MiniMoka coffee makers: Prices

On this page we will introduce you to the various models of MiniMoka coffee machines and tell you what the main differences are between them. The differences between MiniMoka coffee machines are a key aspect to understand if you want to be clear about which one to buy.

We will also tell you what the guide price is for each one, although you know that this is only a reference because the prices of the coffee machines vary over time (especially the offers from Amazon).

To begin with, all MiniMoka coffee machines are manual espresso machines that work with ground coffee or ESE single-dose pods, with the exception of the CM-2185 (or MiniMoka 4 in 1) which stands out precisely because it accepts other types of pods such as the compatible Marcilla capsules or the reusable CoffeeMotion pods.

This versatility is at the expense of other details such as the steamer or the cup warmer, which in the MiniMoka 4 in 1 do not exist. It is also the one with the smallest reservoir.

Of course, MiniMoka also has its own automatic coffee machine, the CM-4758, although this model has not yet been analysed at coffeemaker.top

The other MiniMoka coffee machines have very similar features, only differing in the capacity of the water tank (varying between 1.25 litres and 1.5 litres in all models) and logically in the design and year of manufacture. The CM-1622 is the oldest and has an unremarkable design, while more modern models such as the CM-1695 have a much more modern appearance. As a curiosity, we will tell you that the CM-1637 MiniMoka has a design practically identical to that of the German Beem Espresso Perfect Crema machine and that the CM-1682 is made of stainless steel.

MiniMoka coffee machines: Prices

For the rest, few differences in performance as we have already said, and logically little difference in price. All MiniMoka coffee machines range from £70 to £90 except the CM-1682 which can be considered the top of the MiniMoka range (especially because of its stainless steel body) and goes up to £145.

MiniMoka coffee machines: Opinions

In our opinion, the main advantages of MiniMoka coffee machines are that they are considerably underpriced. On the other hand (of course, no one gives a hard time), you cannot expect overly advanced features or very exclusive details in MiniMoka coffee machines, with the exception of the automatic coffee machine MiniMoka CM-4758.

Differences between MiniMoka coffee machines: All models

MiniMoka CM-1622

The oldest model of MiniMoka, but also the cheapest and simplest.

MiniMoka CM-1637

An exact copy of the Beem Espresso Perfect Crema design (or maybe it’s the other way around?) but at a much lower price.  Similar features to the CM-1695.

MiniMoka CM-1682

The most exclusive model of all MiniMoka manual coffee machines. It offers similar features to its peers but with a much higher quality external housing made of stainless steel. Cleanliness and durability are assured. Naturally, it is also the most expensive.

MiniMoka CM-1695

The standard and basic model of MiniMoka The CM-1695 is a mid-range espresso machine whose main virtue is to combine all the basic features of this segment of coffee machines with a below-average price. This is aided by the design, which is quite sober and unobtrusive.

MiniMoka CM-1866

This is a more recent model and equivalent to the CM-1682 mentioned above. It presides over the top range of MiniMoka espressos and stands out for its 15 bar pressure, its stainless steel coating and its 1.5 litre capacity tank. It has a fairly compact design to house a tank of these characteristics. It is therefore located on the upper step of the CM-1695 (which would be mid-range within the firm).

MiniMoka 4 in 1

An espresso machine that goes beyond the norm. The MiniMoka 4 in 1 has less features than other MiniMoka coffee machines but in return it allows you to use a lot of compatible, private label pods on the market, such as those from L’Arome Marcilla, the reusable CoffeeDuck (or similar) pods or the traditional ground coffee bags.

This is a feature that is also offered by another coffee maker, the Solac FreeCoffee, for example, but with the difference that the latter does not allow the use of ground coffee while the MiniMoka 4 in 1 does.

MiniMoka CM-4758

The MiniMoka representative in the segment of super automatic coffee machines. Logically, it is the most advanced MiniMoka coffee machine with the highest price.

MiniMoka coffee grinders

The range of Minimoka coffee mills is made up of three clearly differentiated models aimed at very different types of customers:

  • The GR-020 is the most basic. It is a multi-purpose, 60 gram capacity blade grinder.
  • The GR-0278 is the intermediate model, an electric grinder with flat wheels, which has 110 watts of power and 12 levels to regulate the thickness of the grinding.
  • Finally, the GR-0203 is the best Minimoka mill. A semi-professional mill with no less than 500 grams of capacity in the hopper.

If you are thinking of buying a Minimoka grinder from Amazon, we suggest that you read the cards and analysis of each one carefully, so that you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Here they are:

Minimoka GR-020

The cheapest of the firm. It has 220 watts of power and uses double-bladed stainless steel blades. It can grind a deposit of up to 60 grams of coffee beans.

Mini Moka GR-20 – Coffee Grinder
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Mini Moka GR-20 – Coffee Grinder
  • High quality
  • Maximum performance
  • Easy to use

Minimoka GR-0278

It is a very balanced electric grinder with an excellent quality-price ratio. You can even use it for espresso coffee (with reservations, but the result is acceptable).

Minimoka GR-0203

A top-of-the-range grinder with 200 watts of power, which can be classified as perfectly professional, and which mounts hardened steel flat wheels with a diameter of 49 mm.

Demoka GR - 0203 Grinder, 200 W
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Material: stainless steel
  • power: 200 Watt
  • Product description: low friction, high-quality aluminium alloy, flat disc made of hardened steel, 1.93 inch (49 mm) Permanentmagnetmotor of reduction gears;
  • Colour: stainless steel