Breville Juicers are known for their ease of use and reliability. But, what is the best model to get? Here are the Best Breville Juicers to meet any budget or need.

five glasses of different types of juice.

Fresh vegetable juices are a great way to get vitamins and stay hydrated, but store-bought juice can often be from concentrate or just aren’t fresh.

So, juicing at home is my preferred way, and I like that I get to make new combinations and recipes. I even have a list of vegetables that are best for juicing! Juice can be a great way to use up fruits and vegetables that are close to spoiling, too.

If you’re new to juicing or are in the market for a Breville juicer, this article is designed to help you sort through the options and determine which Breville juicer is best for you.

Best Breville Juicers

It turns out, there isn’t just one best Breville juicer (or any brand of juicer) that will work for everyone. I’ve chosen the best options, though, and put each choice in its own category so you can decide which one meets your needs.

If you’re new to juicing or just want to try it, I would consider a multi-purpose kitchen appliance that can make both juices or smoothies (see option 4 below). If you’re serious about juicing, then choose either a slow juicer or one with cold spin technology to help preserve more of the nutrients extracted during the juicing process.

Avoid the centrifugal model if you want to juice vegetables like leafy greens.

And, always consider the noice level, speed options, and the cleaning process before making your final purchase.

1. Best luxury option: Breville Juice Fountain Cold XL Juicer

The Breville Juice Fountain Cold XL features a bigger 3.5 inch feed chute for larger chunks of fruits and veggies and it can extract nutrient-rich juice up to five times faster than a “cold press” machine.

It’s great if you don’t have a lot of time in the morning, and it’s quick to clean, too. The extra wide feed chute is a huge bonus in this regard. You don’t have to spend as much time prepping your produce. You can even fit a whole apple through the feeding tube.

I love that it has a quiet setting, too. The container that catches juice can be sealed so you can store up to 70 ounces of juice in the fridge after you finish juicing your produce.

This particular model is also on my list as the best juicer for carrots and is a top pick of all the types of juicers on the market.

2. Best centrifugal juicer: Breville Juice Fountain Cold Juicer

Centrifugal juicers are designed to be quick and powerful. The Breville cold juicer has a cold extraction system which allows you to avoid damage to vitamins and minerals from heat and processing because it juices cold.

This one is easy to use, and even easier to clean. I like this model too because it can make 70 ounces of juice at a time, which is helpful if you have a big family or like to host brunch.

This one is an excellent choice for people who plan to make juice a few times a month. If you want a true cold press juicer, though, the Juice Fountain mentioned above is more appropriate.

3. Best for citrus:  Breville Citrus Press Motorized Juicer

This is a great citrus juicer, and I love it for making my Sparkling Kombucha Lemonade. It’s easy to use, clean, and saves my hands from direct contact with the acidic juices and constant squeezing from my handheld citrus press.

It really comes in handy when making big batches of orange juice. It’s so easy to clean, and the removable parts are dishwasher-safe. This one is best for making orange juice or juicing other types of citrus fruit like grapefruit. The filter basket catches the seeds.

4. Best all-in-one juicer: Breville “Bluicier” Blender-and-Juicer

If you love fresh juice and smoothies then this is the Breville for you. It’s a two-in-one “bluicer” aka blender and juicer.

You can make fresh juice and then with a press of a button switch over to blend your favorite fruits, milk alternatives, and ice for a creamy smoothie. It’s also easy to clean, and doesn’t take up much space on your countertop.

Try making my Mango Peach smoothie in it and you’ll never go back!


What’s the difference between a juicer and a juice press? 

Juicers extract juice from produce by forcing it against a sharp screen. A centrifugal juicer uses centrifugal force (by spinning very fast). Masticating juicers use a slow-turning screw to force produce through the screen. A juice press takes finely chopped produce and presses it between two presses using immense force. 

Is juice healthy? 

Juicing can be part of a healthy diet, especially if you are juicing vegetables and not too much fruit. As I mentioned earlier, juice is a great way to get vitamins and nutrients from fruits and vegetables.

How long does fresh juice keep?

Fresh juice is best served immediately, but it can be kept in the refrigerator for several days. Just make sure to keep it in a sealed container. You may need to shake the container before consuming as the fibers can settle over time.

Can juice be low-sugar?

Yes, you can make fresh juice at home lower in sugar by swapping certain fruits for low-sugar fruits, like green apples. You can also incorporate vegetables in your juice for more balance. Try this Green Lemon Ginger juice.

Can I put whole fruits and veggies through the juicer?

Some of these models have a 3-3.5 inch chute for fruits and veggies, so you can put smaller whole fruits and veggies or larger chunks in. Make sure you wash all your produce before putting it through the juicer.


Making fresh juice at home is a great way to get vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients in a delicious, refreshing way.  You can use your fruits and veggies up so they don’t go to waste, helping save your wallet and make good choices for your body and the planet. The Breville brand has some of the best juicers out there, and there is one for your budget, kitchen space, and lifestyle.

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About the Author: Carrie Forrest has a master’s degree in public health with a specialty in nutrition. She is a top wellness and food blogger with nearly 10 million annual visitors to her site. Carrie has an incredible story of recovery from chronic illness and is passionate about helping other women transform their health. Send Carrie a message through her contact form.

Note: this post is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare provider for recommendations related to your individual situation.