Our Picks For The Best Commercial Grade Blenders

Commercial Grade BlenderYou probably won’t need a commercial grade blender in your home kitchen, but if you own a bar or restaurant they can be life savers. They can help you or your bartenders mix and blend drinks quickly and easily, which is a big bonus for customer satisfaction.

Not only is a commercial grade blender larger, they are also more powerful than a kitchen or even a professional blender. They are able to chop up larger chunks of ice quickly, and blend perfectly smooth frozen mixed cocktails and even nutritious fruit and vegetable smoothies.

Before you decide to make your bartenders lives easier with a commercial blender, there are a few things to look for to make sure you get the best product for your money.

Brand name actually makes a difference. A lot of products you can get away with buying a lesser or off name brand, but you’ll want to treat commercial grade blenders a little differently. The first thing you need to realize is that a commercial grade blender is going to cost more than a standard kitchen or even most professional blenders. This is one of the main reasons you need to choose your blender from well known manufacturer. Three of the best or manufactured by Waring, Vitamix, and Blendtec, and they also include a one year warranty.

Size should be a consideration. If you only need your commercial grade blender for special occasions, or if no one really is interested in frozen drinks that often a smaller blender should work just fine. Commercial grade blenders generally start with 48oz sized canisters, and go up in size from there.

Will the noise bother your customers? While you can get quieter commercial grade blenders, you’re never going to find one that is completely silent. Their engines and motors are simply too powerful to run quietly. All commercial grade blenders will have their operating decibels clearly marked, which should be carefully considered once you’ve figured out where you are going to put your blender. A particularly loud blender should probably not be used anywhere near where your customers normally gather. Instead of winning new business with your frozen drinks, you could end up losing it due to your new noisy blender.

To help you find the best commercial bar blender, we’ve put together a review of some of our favorites. Each of these brand name commercial grade blenders includes a variety of different features designed to make bartending and making any type of frozen drink fun and easy.

Review of the Best Commercial Grade Blenders

Waring Pro MX1000R Professional 3.5-Horsepower Blender

This blender is perfect for making any type of frozen drink. It features powerful blades that can quickly chop through larger chunks of ice, and a pulse setting. Two additional speeds make it easy to blend fruit and other ingredients into your concoctions, while the stable base means that you don’t have to constantly worry about it tipping over.

This heavy commercial grade blender works great in any small restaurant or bar. Not only can it mix delicious frozen drinks, it is also great for making soups and sauces. Keep your customers and employees happy with this great blender from Waring. An added plus to this blender is that it is shipped in easy to open packaging.

Vitamix 1723 Professional Series 200

One of the best features on this commercial grade blender is its ability to process thicker mixtures and ingredients. Now you don’t have to worry about disgusting lumps in your sauces or hard chunks of ice in your frozen cocktails. It also has a 64oz canister with a spill proof pour spout. The lid is tightly locking, with a removable cap on top. This is perfect for adding other ingredients while the blender is in operation. Also included with the Vitamix, is a complete recipe and drink guide to help you get started impressing your customers?

Vitamix 1709 CIA Professional Series, Brushed Stainless Finish

First of all this blender is endorsed by the Culinary Institute of America, so you know that it is well worth every cent that you spend on it. The two HP motor is strong enough to propel the blades at 240 mph, making it easy to blend even hard, fibrous ingredients. A tamper helps you blend thicker mixtures like peanut butters and even honey, and this commercial grade blender is a breeze to clean. Simply put it in the dishwasher or rinse it clean with a few drops of detergent and you are done.

Blendtec Total Blender, WildSide Jar

This is one of the best commercial grade blenders for busy bartenders. It is powerful, yet is still compact enough to fit easily under bar and kitchen counters. One of the best features on this blender is its 6 pre programmed settings. You simply push a button and you can go back to your customers while the blender finishes mixing the drinks. The WildSide blending and storage jar makes it easy for the blades to completely mix all of your ingredients.

There is also a convenient auto shut off switch and digital controls, to make this one of the easiest blenders to use during any busy bar happy hour.

Blendtec TB-621-26 Total Blender WildSide/FourSide

With 6 pre programmed settings that will automatically speed the blender up at the right time and slow it down when it’s down, it can quickly become one of the most useful and necessary tools of any bartender. The blender includes both the WildSide and the FourSide canisters perfect for making an size drink order or for blending larger batches of soup.

A recipe and instructional booklet are included with the blender, along with securely inner locking lids. Blend and mix anything, with this great commercial grade blender from Blendtec.

Gene Moore

Gene Moore

I’m a single mother who’s constantly looking for ways to make my life easier in the kitchen. I love entertaining and trying new recipes, without having to spend a lot of time on them. I spend most of my time outdoors in my garden, and with my dog Cooper. I love making healthy smoothies and fun frozen drinks at home, which is why I decided to start this page about blenders. During the long, hot summer months in Texas frozen drinks are a daily treat, and finding a way to make it easier has become a passion of mine.
Gene Moore

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