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High speed blender

High speed blender

We love green smoothies! And if you love green smoothies, you need a high-speed blender. Because only with an extremely powerful blender do green smoothies turn out creamy and fine. Only the particle-free, creamy consistency makes Green Smoothies a real culinary taste experience and a very easily digestible meal. We therefore only offer high-speed blenders in our store that conjure up the finest smoothies even from fibrous leafy greens such as kale or wild herbs. As with all our products, the following applies in particular to the high-speed blenders: we only sell what we can recommend without reservation. Each blender has been extensively tested by us and classified as a recommendable high-speed blender for the "supreme discipline" of green smoothies.

In addition, each high-speed blender has its own particular strengths. You can find out more, for example, in our interactive blender comparison

Overview

Which high-speed blender is right for me?

Welcher Hochleistungsmixer passt zu mir?

"Do I want to make only green smoothies with my high-speed blender, or pesto and ice cream as well? And what quantities do I want to make?" The question, "Which high-speed blender is right for me?" - should be answered before you buy. To help you with this, we present 3 blender favorites from different price ranges: Wartmann Blender, Vitamix TNC 5200, and Vitamix Pro 750, and we think there's a blender for everyone in these three high-performance blenders.

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How can I recognize a good high-speed blender?

It purees green smoothies fiber-free. That's why we only recommend blenders that do an excellent job of making it creamy, even with changing leafy greens year-round. In addition, each of our blenders has different strengths, so it may be worthwhile to get an overview:

What are the best high-speed blender brands?

While for decades only Vitamix claimed the high-performance blender market, another brand came along in Germany in the wake of the vegan and green smoothie trend: Bianco di Puro from Cologne. The latter positioned itself as an alternative for all those who cannot get used to the classic design of Vitamix. Anyone looking for a high speed blender of the best quality will therefore hardly be able to avoid one of the two brands. Another big plus of these brands is the high availability of spare parts and accessories. In our best list, you can find our top recommendations for high-performance blenders from both brands:

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What are the best high speed blenders?

Wartmann Compact Blender black
Wartmann Blender
"All-round blender"

Regular Price: 299.90 €

Special Price 277.68 €

Wartmann Blender

Affordable high-end blender

Pros: Makes the creamiest (green) smoothies in this price range and handles both small and large quantities.

Recommended for: Smoothie lovers on a limited budget and beginners, singles, couples, young families


Vitamix TNC 5200 2-Liter Standard-Edition diagonal
Vitamix TNC 5200 Classic
"Timeless all-rounder"
799.00 €

Vitamix TNC 5200

The best offer from Vitamix

Advantages: Makes even creamier (green) smoothies than the Wartmann blender, versatile - optimally tailored to individual needs thanks to free choice of container. Over 20 years on the market. First-class workmanship rounds off the package.

Recommended for: Anyone who values maximum freedom in preparation.


Vitamix Pro 750 Pearl grey front from left
Vitamix Pro 750
"Crème de la crème"

Regular Price: 1,099.00 €

Special Price 999.00 €

Vitamix Pro 750

Crème de la crème (performance winner)

Pros: The creamiest smoothies ever come out of its container. The optional small container, on the other hand, is ideal for nicecreams, pesto, coffee beans, etc. Both containers are small and fit under any wall cabinet as well as faucet. The control is very simple and intuitive including 5 time programs. The workmanship is first class.

Tip: For small preparations, such as pestos, dips, fresh spreads or dressings, the Vitamix 1.4 liter container is recommended as an optimal addition.

Recommended for: Smoothie gourmets, discerning people who don't want to compromise, singles, couples, families.

Blender test: Vitamix Pro 750

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Our performance promise for high speed blenders

Have you discovered your personal favorite? Would you now like to try out the blender to see if it really suits you? And without risk and disappointment, if it was not the right one after all?

Your purchase is covered by our 45-day money-back guarantee! This means that if you realize within 45 days that the high speed blender is not right for you, you can return it.(Here are the exact conditions)

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All our high speed blenders

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249 | Comment(s)

4/10/2024
Virag Selina
Hello,
I'm interested in the Vitamix E320. Is it available in white? Does it come with a glass container, or is a plastic one better?
4/10/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Selina,

thank you very much for your inquiry.
The Vitamix E320 is currently only available in black and with a BPA-free Tritan plastic container.

Best regards,
Carla
4/6/2024
Michael
Hello, is there a glass container available for the Vitamix Pro 750?
4/8/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Michael,

thank you for your inquiry. No, currently there is no glass container available for the Vitamix Pro 750.
Best regards,
Carla
4/1/2024
Nata
Hello,
I am looking for a quiet and compact blender that is also suitable for nuts. Do you have one like that?

Kind regards and thank you,
Nata
4/2/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Nata,

Thank you for your inquiry.
Take a look at the Bianco Attivo. It is an extremely compact blender with a 1-liter container and small Mix-Go containers (250ml, 400ml, and 600ml) that are also included in the standard delivery. With this, you can create all your favorite blender creations and, of course, grind nuts too.

If you have any further questions, feel free to ask!
Best regards,
Carla
4/2/2024
Anonym
Thank you Carla!
Is the Bianco Attivo also quiet?

Thanks for the info,
Nata
4/3/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Nata,
the Bianco Attivo is absolutely average in terms of noise level.
Best regards,
Carla
3/27/2024
Conny
How can I make oat milk with my Vitamix Pro 750?
4/2/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Conny,

thank you for your question. Unfortunately, I can't recommend a guide for making oat milk. All the recipes I know and have tried have tasted quite bland, almost like water. But maybe you would like to try our almond milk recipes?

Best regards,
Carla
3/8/2024
Yuki
Hello dear Smoothie Team!
I want to replace my current mixer because I am hopeful that with a different blender that you list here, I might achieve different results? Currently, I have a Philips blender that I have had for several years (but never used). I am actually satisfied with the results, but I wonder if maybe I should get another one, especially since I want to drink green smoothies. Or is it nonsense to buy a new one for this purpose, if I am happy with the current one...? I don't really want to spend more than 300 €.
Thanks in advance.
Warm regards,
Yuki
3/11/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Yuki,

Thank you for your inquiry. We started our website and shop back then because creating a creamy-smooth green smoothie requires a powerful blender. So, it is absolutely right for you to ask about that.
Based on your budget, I would recommend the Wartmann Blender to you. Additionally, you have the option here to choose the mixer with a 1.4-liter container (Compact version) or with a 2-liter container (Standard version).
If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out again!

Best regards,
Carla
3/11/2024
Yuki
Hello, thank you for the response. May I ask why specifically the Wartmann? Wouldn't the Primo S also work?
For example, I would also like to blend oats. With my current mixer, I have the feeling that they are not completely crushed and are still slightly noticeable. Or maybe no mixer in my price range can handle that...?
Best regards
3/12/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Yuki,

Oats are absolutely no problem for a powerful blender - they are completely finely pureed.
I recommended the Wartmann blender to you for reasons of price and because the container is more multifunctional in terms of preparation quantities.
The Primo S has a container with a wider base, meaning the minimum preparation quantities are larger than with the Wartmann blender. However, if that is not relevant to you, the Primo S would also be suitable for you.

Best regards,
Carla
3/5/2024
Iris
Hello! Do you have a blender in your assortment that comes with a glass container?
3/7/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Iris,

Unfortunately, not yet!

Best regards,
Carla
2/14/2024
Ulf Gunkel
Hello,
which blender is "Made in Europe" or even better "Made in Germany"? Unfortunately, it is not visible.
Thank you and best regards,
Ulf Gunkel.
2/14/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Ulf,

Thank you for your question. None of our blenders are made in Europe, let alone Germany. The Vitamix blenders and Blendtec blenders are manufactured in the USA, while Wartmann and Bianco have their devices produced in China.

Best regards,
Carla
2/5/2024
Petra Fröhlich
Dear Green Smoothies Team,

I have read and compared a lot, but I still can't make a decision. My son likes to blend frozen fruits with yogurt. So far, every device we've tried has struggled with this in the long run. Which of your blenders can you recommend to me?

Warm regards
2/7/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Petra,
thank you for your inquiry. You might be better off with a food processor rather than a blender. The mixture of frozen fruits and yogurt can be too thick for a blender, causing it to automatically go into thermal protection mode to protect the motor, which can eventually wear it out. A food processor can still provide a lot of power for blending/pureeing/homogenizing, but at a lower speed.

Best regards,
Carla
1/22/2024
Peter
Hello, my Bianco Piano from 2017 broke down on me today. I urgently need a replacement for preparing my morning breakfast. I've done extensive research and I'm unsure which one is best suited.

I make a kind of cream with 100g of oat flakes, seeds, protein powder, 150-200g of frozen fruits, ice cubes, and 200-300ml of water. This already yields about 1.5L or more of cream.

I liked the appearance of the Bianco, and the operation was okay. However, it was already pushing its limits at times. Can the Wartmann handle more? It seems very similar.
1/22/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Peter,

Thank you for your inquiry.
The Wartmann blender is structured similarly to the Bianco Piano and is also quite powerful. Perhaps the Piano had some difficulties with the frozen fruits? This can happen, for example, when using frozen bananas that were frozen in large pieces. In general, it is recommended to let the frozen fruits thaw slightly.

As an alternative to the Wartmann blender, I can recommend the Vitamix E320. It is definitely more powerful and has a compact 2-liter container.

Best regards,
Carla
1/23/2024
Peter
Thank you very much for the quick response:

I have also been considering the Vitamix.

Today, I came across the new attachment for Blendtec blenders that allows you to froth cold milk. I believe that using this attachment (after quickly blending everything), the desired cream or froth will be created best. Unfortunately, I don't like the devices at all, especially not the touch function.

I'll just come by later.

Best regards,

Peter
1/24/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Peter,

yes, you're welcome to come by!
Warm regards,
Carla
1/9/2024
Miriam
I am looking for a blender that I can use to make pestos, among other things. Is the Vitamix the only option or are there more affordable alternatives? Which one would you recommend?
Thank you and best regards,
Miriam
1/10/2024
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Miriam,

thank you for your inquiry. Take a look at the Wartmann Blender. It is an all-rounder that works great for making pesto, even in smaller quantities starting from 350/400 ml.

If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out!
Best regards,
Carla
1/10/2024
Miriam
Hello Carla,
thank you very much for your quick reply.
Warm regards,
Miriam
12/15/2023
Netty
Dear team,

I like to know which blender makes not so much noise in the highes stand. I found on the internet that Vitamix blenders makes about 93 decibel. I look for a blender who makes less noise.
I like to makes smoothies, pesto, hummus and nutbutter for 1-2 persons. Thanks for your answer. Greeting Netty
12/20/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hi Netty,

perhaps the quiet Brushless-DC motors from "bianco di puro" would be interesting for you: The Bianco di Puro Gusto can be purchased with Uno and Canto containers, with the Uno container being ideal for hummus, pesto, etc. But to be fair, one must also say that the motors rotate a bit slower than with Vitamix and Vitamix might be just as loud at the same speed.

Best regards

Carla
11/24/2023
Marten
Hello dear team,

since I bought a slow juicer from you about 2 years ago based on your evaluations and information, the next step is now due.

A high speed blender.

But we're not sure which one to choose.
My wife is very interested in it and likes to process all kinds of ingredients.
The blender should be able to make creamy smoothies, but that's more secondary. Primarily, we want to make nice creams, purees, and dried fruits, etc. So more towards harder foods.

I have two products in mind, that would be the Wartmann blender and the Vitamix E310, I believe.
Our upper price limit is the Vitamix E310.

Can you please help us? Maybe also with other/cheaper models?

Best regards
11/27/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Marten,

first of all, "welcome back" to us!
You have actually already chosen the two blenders that I would have recommended as well. In terms of creamy green smoothies, the Vitamix E310 should have a slight edge. Price-wise, the Wartmann blender is unbeatable. You can currently buy it at a reduced price in the compact version with a 1.4-liter container.

Otherwise, you can make all the preparations you mentioned with both blenders. Just important to note: High-speed blenders are not particularly suitable for processing sticky dough. If, for example, you wanted to make energy balls with dried fruits, you definitely need enough liquid so that the motor doesn't overheat and the blender automatically goes into heat protection mode.

Best regards,
Carla
11/23/2023
Maxim
Dear Green Smoothies Team,

we are looking for a blender, especially for green smoothies, in the non-Vitamix price range ;) and for daily use. The Wartmann and the Bianco di Puro Primo S seem to be the best options for us. Does one of them have the edge, or do they deliver equally good results? Is there a third, perhaps better, option that we have overlooked?

Greetings and thanks in advance :)
11/24/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Maxim,

thank you for your inquiry. You have already chosen the right mixers :)
I would recommend the Primo S if you also like to make wild herb smoothies - it has a slight edge over the Wartmann blender in terms of creaminess. If you also want to make nice cream or small amounts of ginger shots, hummus, and pesto, then I would recommend the Wartmann blender.

Best regards,
Carla
11/21/2023
Leonie
Oh, thank you very much for the quick help! :)
11/21/2023
Leonie Schories
Dear Green Smoothies Team,

I am looking for a high-speed blender, especially for making raw dough with dates and nuts, which creates a very firm and sticky mixture.
Could you please help me and provide a recommendation? I am overwhelmed with the many models available :)

Best regards,

Leonie
11/21/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Leonie,

thank you for your inquiry. If your main focus is on preparing sticky and tough doughs, then you would be better off with a food processor rather than a high-speed blender. High-speed blenders are specifically designed for making mixed drinks like smoothies and shakes, as well as creams, purees like hummus, nice cream, or pestos. Liquid doughs also work well in blenders, but when it comes to sticky doughs, you will always encounter the problem of the blender overheating, shutting off, and going into thermal protection mode to prevent damage to the motor.

Best regards,
Carla
11/4/2023
peter olkewitt
At what speeds do your machine's operate?
Are some of them variable?
Do some of them machine's push the ingredients down towards the blades, or upwards, away from them?
Regards
Peter Olkewitt.
11/6/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello,

the speeds of the models vary from 800 to 32,000 revolutions at idle. This can be controlled on all our current models. You can find more information on the individual models here:

Smoothie Blenders

The Blendtec blenders push everything to the top, including the Primo S and Gusto Pro from "bianco di puro".

Otherwise, the Vitamix grinding containers, which are optionally available, push everything upwards, as do the Square, Canto and Flower containers from "bianco di puro".

Best regards

Carla
10/29/2023
Jung
I have a question,
I am looking for a high speed blender, but I have little strength due to rheumatism to lift the top part of the blender.
Is it difficult with the 7000 blender,
Can that be tested possibly?
Looking forward to your answer
Charlotte Jung
10/31/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Charlotte,

thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we don't have any model called "7000 Mixer" in our product range. If you are referring to the Philips series, we do not sell those.

However, I can recommend the Wartmann Blender. It has the lightest containers available. You can purchase it in the Compact Edition with a 1.4-liter container or in the Standard Edition with a 2-liter container. The lid is also easy to remove.

We offer a 45-day money-back guarantee on the device. This means that if the chosen container is still too heavy for you to handle, you can return the blender to us within the first 45 days after purchase, including the original packaging.

Best regards,
Carla
9/29/2023
Paulo Sobral
Hello!
I make hazelnut cream from hard caramel and hazelnuts myself. It's a very sticky dough at the beginning... I ended up damaging my Klarstein Thermal Cook... the plastic clutch got worn out. My question is, would I achieve a satisfactory result with one of your high-speed blenders - a very fine creamy result without any hazelnut chunks? Would the motor and clutch be able to handle the load?
I would appreciate any information.
Best regards,
Paulo Sobral
10/2/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Paul,

thank you for your comment and question.
None of our high-speed blenders are suitable for processing tough, sticky, and firm doughs. The blender operates at high speed and the integrated thermal protection automatically shuts off the motor to prevent damage. If you want to process dough in a blender, it requires sufficient liquid, such as in the case of pancake batter.

Best regards,
Carla
9/25/2023
Dominik Rimm
Dear team at Grüne Smoothies!

About 2 years ago, I purchased the Vitamix Pro 500 from you.
The 2-liter blending container is mostly very suitable, but sometimes I wish for a smaller container.
Is there one available?
If so, I kindly request some details such as size, price, availability, etc.

Warm regards,
Dominik
9/26/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Dominik,

thank you for your inquiry. Yes, there are two smaller containers that fit the Vitamix Pro 500:
The Vitamix 0.9 Liter Container and the slightly larger Vitamix 1.4 Liter Container Classic.

If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out!
Best regards,
Carla
9/25/2023
Anita Mai
Hello everyone,

I'm considering buying a high-speed blender.
I want to finely blend soaked grains with water.
In short: 500g soaked grains (moist) and 2 cups of water.
Later, for baking (not in the blender), I will add 500g of flour.
This means that in the blender, it should not be dough, but hopefully a smooth, liquid puree.
Is this possible with a high-speed blender?
Currently, I am drying the grains after sprouting them in a food dehydrator and then grinding them. It's annoying.
If this works, I could immediately use it to bake bread.
I would be very grateful for a quick response.

Many warm regards,
Anita Mai
9/26/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Anita Mai,

thank you for your inquiry. You can definitely use a high-speed blender for blending sprouted grains and water.
I would recommend a blender with a narrow tapered container, which allows you to make smaller quantities as well - for example, the Wartmann Blender with a 2-liter container or the Vitamix E310 with a 1.4-liter container.

Best regards,
Carla
8/29/2023
Sandra
Dear Green Smoothies Team,

I am interested in a high-speed blender, but I have become unsure whether a food processor might be a better choice for me. I don't want to make any smoothies at all, but mainly pesto, hummus with little liquid, as well as other solid spreads and dips, almond butter, and also puree soups from raw and cooked ingredients or make ice cream from frozen berries. It would also be great if I could grind seeds, grains, and flakes into flour. Should I still choose a blender, and if so, which one? In terms of quantity, it is for a baking and cooking enthusiastic household of two people. Thank you very much and best regards!
8/30/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Sandra,

thank you for your inquiry.
You can make all the preparations you mentioned very well with a high-speed blender. Only when making almond butter, some experience is needed if you don't want to use additional oil. For example, I find making hummus in a blender simply unbeatable - it turns out so creamy and smooth. And of course, you can easily use the blender for grinding as well.
What it is not suitable for are sticky dough preparations - for this, a food processor is definitely the better device.

I would recommend the Wartmann Blender with a 1.4-liter container or the Vitamix E310. Both are absolute all-rounders, and a 1.4-liter container should probably be sufficient.

If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out.
Best regards,
Carla
8/22/2023
Lisian
Dear all,

which mixer was produced either in Germany or France? Are Sage blenders produced in Australia or elsewhere? I would appreciate your feedback.

Kind regards,
Lisian Alisinani
8/24/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Lisian,

the only device I am aware of that can be used for blending and is produced in both Germany and France is the Thermomix. However, it is not a specialized high-speed blender but rather a multifunctional kitchen appliance. This means that green smoothies with fibrous leafy greens may not turn out as creamy and smooth as with a high-speed blender.

I cannot say for certain whether Sage produces its blenders in Australia. According to their own information, product development takes place in Sydney. As for production, it would be best to clarify directly with Sage.

Best regards,
Carla
7/15/2023
Sylvie
Yessss :)
I don't have a comparison though.
Since a week I have a 3500i and wonder every time how it can be that a green smoothie comes out there in the form of milk foam. Within 1 minute. Sometimes 1.5 minutes. Truly a magic machine.

I went through the 7 day detox and made different smoothies. Was great. Was very tasty. I will do it again.
Have all the recipes now.

Thank you both very much!
Regards
Sylvie

And: found out during the week that we live around the corner. Maybe I'll come around :o)))
7/16/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Sylvie,

how nice, we are very happy that you like your blender and our detox cleanse so much :)
Feel free to come by and visit us if you live around the corner.

All the best,
Carla
7/10/2023
Sophia
Hello,
i currently own a Vitamix Pro 500 and am considering switching to a Vitamix A3500i. Does it make a difference from the mixing result?
Kind regards
Sophia
7/12/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Sophia,

thank you for your question.
Yes, it makes a difference in the blending result: The Vitamix A3500 i produces the creamiest and fluffiest green smoothies. The reason for this is the perfect interplay of container, blade block and power.

Kind regards,
Carla
6/29/2023
Regina Lauring
In search of a (for me) "affordable" high speed. blender I came across your site and the Wartmann Blender. Here's a question: Does the blender also get along with peels? Specifically, apple peels. I like to make applesauce and leave the peel on the apples. Does the Wartmann Blender blend them finely or rather coarsely?
Thank you in advance for your answer!
Best regards,
Regina
7/3/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Regina,

thank you for your inquiry.
The Wartmann Blender not only handles the apple peels, it purees them creamy-fine that you can't taste them anymore. When I make applesauce, I even blend not only the peels with it, but also the seeds. A high-performance blender like the Wartmann Blender has no problems with this either.

Kind regards,
Carla
6/19/2023
Timo
Hello dear team,

looking for a blender I landed with you on the page ;)
However, the selection is sooo huge that I would now like to take your experience.
The blender should be able to blend whole fruit with seeds, bananas with peel, etc. for smoothies. Wild herbs, celery, cauliflower and much should also be no problem.
For a 2 person household, the soup function, easy cleaning and long shelf life should be important. A plus would also be other functions such as doughs, milk production and possibly still Nicecream / sorbet. So quasi the egg-laying Wollmilchs**.
If possible, this should not be so loud. But if it is the only compromise I have to make, it would be bearable.
On the Internet you can always find reports that all Vitamix models are very loud after all 90 DB....
To the Blendtec 800 and Bianco Gusto Pro there are unfortunately hardly any experience reports...
Maybe you could help me with the decision something :-)

Many many thanks in advance.
6/20/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Timo,

thank you for your inquiry. All blender models in our store can make the preparations you mentioned. They differ primarily in terms of the minimum preparation quantities (depending on the container shape) and especially for green smoothies in terms of creaminess. Here, the following Vitamix models are clearly ahead: Vitamix Pro 750, Vitamix A2300i, Vitamix A2500i and Vitamix A3500i.

For the preparation of sticky dough consistencies would be a high-powered blender basically less suitable. It overheats very quickly in such preparations and says goodbye to the heat protection, so that the motor is not damaged. Here, a food processor is much more suitable. A device for everything therefore does not exist from my experience!

All-round models that can make all popular blender preparations in both large and small quantities are the following blenders:
Wartmann blender, Vitamix TNC 5200 or also the Vitamix E310. The latter is equipped with a 1.4 liter container - the former two with 2 liter containers.

If you have any further questions, feel free to get in touch,

Carla
6/7/2023
Bjoern
Hello,

i am looking for a blender for gastronomic use. Which model can you recommend. Requirement would be - a large container and also a long runtime, should not be a problem.

Thank you and warm regards
6/12/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Bjoern,

thank you very much for your inquiry.
I actually immediately think of two devices: The Bianco di Puro Gusto and the Bianco di Puro Gusto Pro. Both blenders have a particularly powerful brushless DC motor. Advantage: No parts rub against each other here, which is why the natural wear is very low and the service life is correspondingly high. While the Bianco Gusto is equipped with two containers - 1.5 liter container and 2 liter container - the Bianco Gusto Pro only comes with a 1.5 liter container. In return, the Gusto Pro gives you the option to set 5 individual time programs in addition to 5 preset time programs. In addition, the Bianco di Puro Soundcover is offered exclusively for the Gusto Pro to further minimize the noise level during the mixing process.
Alternatively, the Blendtec Professional 800 might be an option - it already has an integrated soundcover and is equipped with a 2.7-liter container, whose maximum filling volume is 2 liters.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.
Kind regards,
Carla
5/17/2023
Anke
Hello,
which blender would you recommend for oat milk, almond nut, flaxseed and nicecream? Of course, it should also be able to make smoothies. The blender would be for a 2 person household and probably not in daily use (high-powered blender beginner, so not spoiled yet..)
Warm regards,
Anke
5/23/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Anke,

thank you for your inquiry. I would recommend the Wartmann Blender. This supports you in the kitchen an all-round talent, which can produce the mentioned preparations in small and large quantities.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me!
Kind regards,
Carla
5/5/2023
Andrea P.
Hello dear team,
I am wondering if it is also possible to make green smoothies with a Thermomix? Or what is the difference between this and a high-speed blender? Do you have any experience?
5/5/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Andrea,

first of all, yes! You can make green smoothies with the Thermomix, but the blending result differs significantly from that of a good high-speed blender, especially with fibrous leafy greens such as wild herbs. That's why we also have many Thermomix customers in our clientele who use a high-speed blender as a supplement. These are simply two different categories of equipment that play to their strengths in different preparations and therefore complement each other very well.

Kind regards

Carla
4/27/2023
Marie Carriere
Hello dear team,
i always thought that if a high-performance blender. then it must be a Vitamix with at least 30,000U / min, because here the chlorophyll is broken down optimally. However, according to your info, this is misinformation and it depends mainly on the blade tip speed. Have I understood this correctly? With the Vitamix Pro 750 this is yes among the highest. So is the nutrient uptake still better with the 750 or is it more a taste aspect than a health aspect. For me it is mainly the nutrient absorption, because of weakened immune system due to illness.
I want to make mainly smoothies (1-2 person). Occasionally ice cream, nicecream (small amounts), make pestos, oat milk, grind flour (e.g. oat flour, spelt flour, etc) as I bake bread. What blender would you be able to recommend to me?
4/28/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Marie Carriere,

thank you very much for your blender inquiry.
The blade tip speed is definitely the most meaningful parameter for the performance of a high-performance blender - especially with regard to the creaminess of green smoothies.
That's why the Vitamix Pro 750 makes the creamiest and fluffiest green smoothies ever. And of course, you can use the Pro 750 for all the preparations you listed. However, viscous preparations such as Nicecream or Pesto are only possible from a minimum quantity of 750 ml. For smaller quantities, you would need an additional container - for example, the Vitamix 1.4-liter container.
Alternatively, the Vitamix E310 could be interesting for you - this is equipped with a 1.4-liter container as standard. Due to the lower blade tip speed, the green smoothies are not quite as creamy and fine as with the Pro 750. The lower blade tip speed is not as noticeable in the other preparations.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me.
Kind regards,
Carla
4/16/2023
Julia
Hello,
i prefer to drink wild herb smoothies. But in the future I would also like to make my own almond milk and nut butters.
Which smoothie maker is particularly recommended? Is there a blender that is dishwasher safe. Unfortunately, I am definitely not able to reliably always wash everything by hand.
4/25/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Julia,

thank you for your inquiry.
Only the containers of the Vitamix Ascent series are approved for cleaning in the dishwasher. However, we do not recommend washing blender jars in the dishwasher. Cleaning is actually very quick and easy - even for viscous preparations. Here are the Vitamix Ascent models.


All three blenders are perfect for making the creamiest wild herb smoothies. Of course, you can also use them to make almond milk and nut butters - but the latter requires a minimum of 750 ml.
Kind regards,
Carla
4/9/2023
Sabine
Hello, I would like to make my own oat or almond milk soon. Is there any experience and which device would you recommend me?
Kind regards
4/11/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Sabine,

You can really make oat and almond milk with any high-speed blender in our range without any problems!

Kind regards

Carla
3/31/2023
Ulrike
Hello
I need your advice. My Vitamix broke after 11 years. Since I am now retired and my husband died, my budget is limited and so I bought the Krups Infinymix with the same speed as the Vitamix. A single disappointment. I also like to make myself almonds, oatmeal and flaxseed in my smoothie, nut milk from hazelnuts or almonds. What can you advise me? Maybe the Wartmann Blender or the Bianco di Puro Attivo? I always enjoy reading your newsletter and have tried many recipes.
Kind regards
Ulrike
3/31/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Ulrike,

first of all about the Vitamix: Depending on what is broken, a repair might be worthwhile. For this, it is best to ask our customer service with a description of the error.

If the container and motor are "broken", it might be worth buying a new one. If you are deciding between Wartmann and Bianco di Puro Attivo, the quick answer would be: Wartmann blender!
The Attivo is offered by us mainly because of its size and weight. It can be transported relatively well and the performance is worse than all the larger devices in our range, but the other devices are not so compact for it. A very good compromise, but still a compromise.
The Wartmann blender should remind you of the Vitamix in terms of the blending result. They play for most applications in the same league. The price / performance ratio is really convincing! And that is not just written. If you are not convinced by the Wartmann blender, you can make use of our 45-day money-back guarantee. By the way, we offer the Wartmann blender in two versions, with a large and a small container. For a single household, the small container should be enough. Due to its size, it is even more handy than the larger container. Both Wartmann containers are pleasantly light and stable, by the way. That's one of the things we love about the Wartmann blender.

Best regards
Carla

PS: Concerning the speed information of manufacturers, we had once commissioned a laboratory study to measure the speeds and power consumption of blenders. Only 2 out of 10 manufacturers have advertised with truthful values. The deviations were particularly large as soon as the blenders were filled. This is where the wheat was completely separated from the chaff.
3/20/2023
Martina
Hello.
We are looking for a blender for fine smoothies, in which also carrots come in, and furthermore we want to make with the blender almond and oat milk itself. Is there an all-rounder here?

Thanks for the help in advance ☺️
Kind regards
Martina
3/22/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Martina,
thank you for your inquiry.
Take a look at the Wartmann blender. This is an all-rounder - can make large as well as small quantities and of course carrots. Process almonds or cereals.

If you have any more questions, feel free to get in touch!
Best regards
Carla
3/15/2023
Lisa
Hello,
I am looking for a high powered blender. Currently I blend with my food processor and everything doesn't get that creamy. I currently make a smoothie daily - about 3 glasses. I also make plant-based drinks occasionally. For our baby I would like to make fresh fruit porridge. And in the summer, nicecream. Since we also like to eat nut puree, I would also like to make it myself. Can you actually get ground nuts? In short, I'm looking for an all-rounder. The new kitchen appliance doesn't have to grind cereals; I have a mill for that.
3/15/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Lisa,

thank you for your inquiry.
I can recommend you the following blenders, which can make all the preparations you mentioned:


The difference in the models is that the Vitamix E310 has a 1.4-liter container - so it is suitable for small and medium preparation quantities. The other two models - Wartmann blender and Vitamix TNC 5200 - come standard with a 2-liter container - so it's suitable for small and large quantities. However, you can also choose a smaller container here.
In terms of performance, the Vitamix TNC 5200 is a notch ahead - it has the highest blade tip speed at 250 km/h - the Vitamix E310 is 246 km/h and the Wartmann blender is 215 km/h.

If you have further questions, feel free to contact me.
Kind regards,
Carla
2/16/2023
Neele
Hello,
I had a smoothie at my friend's house made with the Vitamix Pro750 and thought it was fantastic!
I am now considering buying the smaller model E310, but am afraid to be disappointed. However, I found some posts on the internet; supposedly the difference would not be very big.
What is the difference between the devices then?
And mixes the 310 also finely chopped ginger?

Kind regards, Neele
2/17/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Neele,

thank you very much for your email.
The Vitamix Pro 750 blends the creamiest (green) smoothies - totally fine and fluffy. The difference to the Vitamix E310 is not huge, but it is there. The smoothies also turn out fine, but don't have that faste velvety texture. This is due to the container and the different length of the blades, as well as the higher blade tip speed on the Pro 750 at 302 km/h vs. 246 km/h on the E310.
So there are reasons for the fantastic taste experience :)

Regarding your ginger question: Yes, the E310 can finely mix ginger without any problems.

If you have further questions, feel free to contact me.
Best regards,
Carla
2/13/2023
Antje
Hello,

i am looking for a blender mainly for making smoothies, drinks and nice cream with ingredients like oats, milk, frozen berries, ice cubes, passion fruit, apples, pomegranates and carrots. It would be nice if the berries and pomegranate seeds get small in the process too. Celery and leaves, on the other hand, I won't be processing. From time to time I would like to make pesto, bean paste or hummus.

Criteria I have otherwise for the device selection are general safety and as little wear as possible, preparation of quantities for only one person to a maximum of two people. And not too high should be the blender, priced within the range of what is just necessary for the requirements. Can you recommend me blenders? I am also unsure whether I should look better in the mid-range or high-performance range.

Thank you very much!
Antje
2/13/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Antje,

thank you very much for your inquiry.
I can think of exactly two blenders that meet your requirements: The Wartmann blender with the 1.4 liter container and the Vitamix E310 - also equipped with a 1.4 liter container.
Both blenders can make the preparations you mentioned - in small as well as medium quantities.
The seeds of pomegranates, passion fruit and also berries like raspberries, are pureed very small, however, they are still noticeable - that can not be changed even when processing with high speed blenders.

If you have any further questions, feel free to get in touch!
Kind regards,
Carla
2/7/2023
Martina
Hello dear ones,
now I was looking for and found your Wartmann blender and also one called Optimum from Bosch. Why do not you have the offer with your high performance blenders?
Kind regards Martina
2/9/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Martina,

thank you for your question. Food processors with blender attachments, such as the Bosch Optimum, do not come close to the speeds and performance of high-speed blenders like the Wartmann blender. Therefore, they can't produce comparably creamy green smoothies. You can certainly use them well for fruit smoothies or for pureeing soups, but not for pureeing fibrous leafy greens. There you are much better equipped with the Wartmann blender :)
These are the reasons why we do not offer such hybrid devices in our store.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Best regards,
Carla
2/1/2023
Bianca
Hello dear ones,
after the 7 day detox cleanse, I can't imagine life without the green smoothie!
2/1/2023
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Great, then just keep drinking and enjoying!
Best regards,
Carla
9/25/2022
Andreas
Hello, I am interested in the Bianco Gusto blender. I need a blender mainly for making nut and almond puree. Is the Bianco Gusto good for this and if so what container?
Thanks for the advice in advance
Andreas
9/29/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Andreas,

thank you for your inquiry.
If you mainly want to make nut or almond puree, you are better off with a food processor than with a high-performance blender. A high-powered blender is the specialist for blending liquids - sticky, chewy preparations succeed when sufficient liquid is added - as in the case of pesto, hummus, etc
The blender can also make almond paste without adding extra oil, but with a lot of patience and experimentation. This is because the blender quickly goes into automatic heat protection when the food is dry, and then you have to wait until the blender can be turned back on or the motor has cooled down to continue processing nuts/almonds. Of course, once you get the "hang of it", you can also use a high-powered blender to make nut puree
If you still want to buy the Bianco Gusto, also to be able to make other blender preparations, then I would recommend the combination of Canto and Uno container. This would equip you for large and small preparation quantities - also for nut puree.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me again.
Best regards,
Carla
8/19/2022
Nicole Ruf
Dear Gruene Smoothies team,

I would be looking for a high speed blender for the single household. Preferably with a small attachment, possibly also for soup preparation.

Which product would you recommend to me?

Important to me is a small compact size of the device.

Thank you very much for your feedback.

Kind regards Nicole Ruf
8/19/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Nicole,

thank you very much for your request.

The following blenders could be suitable for you, as they have compact dimensions: The compact Primo S blender by bianco di puro or the compact and even slightly more powerful Vitamix E310. Alternatively, the Bianco di Puro Attivo, a very compact blender with to-go attachments could be suitable for your needs.

If you have any further questions, feel free to get back to me!

Best regards,
Carla
8/15/2022
Ana
Hello dear ones,
i am looking for a blender that I can use to prepare quite a few things quickly and easily. I would love to make nut purees without adding oil or other liquids, doughs, raw cakes, pastes with ginger and dates, ice cream, and so much more. Most of all, I would love to use the blender to make hot soups and baby food as well. So as you can see, I have high expectations (: I have tested the Thermomix, but I am not 100% convinced.
Can you recommend me a high speed blender?
Kind regards
Ana
8/17/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Ana,

thank you very much for your inquiry.
A high-speed blender is first and foremost a specialist for pureeing blended drinks such as green smoothies, fruit smoothies, shakes, nut milks or for making soups. In addition, it is also very suitable for making hummus, nice cream, baby mash from fruits, pesto or dips - that is, creams and pastes where there is enough liquid. Of course, you can also use it with a little routine to make nut puree - even without adding oil. It is important that the nuts are roasted in the oven before pureeing, so that the nut oil can better escape during mixing.

For preparing sticky dough consistencies like you like to make, a food processor is the better tool. A high-speed blender overheats very quickly during such preparations and goes into heat protection so that the motor is not damaged. Therefore, from my experience, there is not one device for everything!

Kind regards,
Carla
6/7/2022
Sibylle
Dear Carla, dear Svenja,
thank you very much for the great recipes and your tips and tricks! I actually do not know which blender suits us. We are a family of 4. I would love to make smoothies, grind nuts, make ice cream and make my own nut milk and oat milk. Then I would like to try making carrots. My current countertop blender doesn't do that. Actually, I also wanted to juice celery, but I think I need a juicer Omega Juicers MM900. Do you have a tip for me? Then I'm undecided which blender jar I should take, 2 liters or 1.4 liters? The Vitamix TNC 5200? I know, the " jack of all trades " does not exist;).
Thank you very much in advance!
Best regards, Sibylle
6/8/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Dear Sibylle,

thank you very much for the nice feedback on our recipes.

Regarding your inquiry: With your preselection - the Vitamix TNC 5200 - you are already quite right. In the standard edition, it is equipped with a 2-liter container, which can produce large as well as small quantities of even more solid consistencies such as Nicecream or Hummus from 400 ml. For a 4 person household, this capacity makes more sense than the 1.4 liter container. Especially if you want to prepare smoothies.

In addition, the TNC is the only Vitamix blender that has a turbo button; this is just great if you want to blend in some more oil or spices or something gets stuck in the mix. Of course, you can also chop root vegetables like carrots with the TNC. By the way: I have been working with the Vitamix TNC 5200 for over 10 years - it is my most used kitchen appliance! In a moment I will use it to make dreamy creamy hummus :)

About juicing celery: You can start experimenting with a countertop blenders like the Vitamix TNC 5200 - you can find a tutorial here .
But if you want to drink celery juice regularly, I would definitely advise you to buy a slow juicer as well. The Omega Juicers MM900 would be a great option with a very good price-performance ratio; the Angel Juicer would be the powerful counterpart to the Vitamix TNC 5200 in terms of celery juice juicer.

If you have any other questions, feel free to get back to me!

Love,
Carla
5/21/2022
Rita
Hello Smoothie Lovers,

Not only do I want to make smoothies, but I also want to grind nuts and dried veggies really fine (so no liquid added). And vegetables are really hard after drying. Unfortunately, my old blender can't do that. Which blender is best for this?
Thank you very much and best regards
Rita
5/24/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Rita,
thank you for your inquiry.
You can grind any kind of nuts with all our high-speed blenders - as well as grains, seeds and coffee beans. As far as dried vegetables are concerned, I unfortunately cannot provide any empirical values. I don't know how hard the vegetables are and how they might damage the container.

Best regards,
Carla
4/8/2022
Sylvia Schwerin
Hello dear ones,


Thanks for the great site and all the info.

is the Wartmann blender "good enough" for green smoothies including dates and ginger? So does it get the dates and ginger small/homogenous? I currently have a "regular blender" and the date and ginger stay chunky, that sucks.

Best regards, Sylvia
4/11/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Sylvia,

thank you for your question.
In any case, you can use the Wartmann blender to finely puree ginger and dates in the smoothie without any problems. If the dates are very hard or dry, it still makes sense to soak them briefly in lukewarm water before blending. And please: never use the seed ;)

Best regards,
Carla
3/5/2022
Heinz
Hello,

I would like to have a recommendation from you on which blender to purchase if I want to make truly fiber-free pestos and spreads, as well as occasionally prepare almond milk or similar items, but all in small quantities. Can the Vitamix 5200 be recommended for this?

Thank you very much,
Bärbel Heinz
3/7/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Bärbel,

Thank you for your inquiry.
The Vitamix TNC 5200 is definitely a top choice for your preparation needs.
It can make large or small quantities of pesto or spreads - starting from around 350 ml; to ensure a fiber-free consistency, simply blend for an appropriate amount of time on maximum speed. Of course, you can also use the TNC 5200 to make almond milk or other nut milk varieties - up to 2 liters.

If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out.

Best regards,
Carla
2/13/2022
Nathalie
Hello everyone, you have a really great website! Thank you for that! Now my question: I want to buy a blender. Originally, my budget was 300 euros, and design is also somewhat important to me. I want to use it daily to make green smoothies and occasionally make ice cream, hummus, and cashew nut butter. I think the Wartmann blender is good, but the Bianco di Puro Forte 2.0 looks more attractive. What is your opinion, and why isn't the 2.0 available for sale with you? Best regards and THANK YOU!
2/16/2022
Carla von GrüneSmoothies.de
Hello Nathalie,

with the Wartmann Mixer, you can prepare the mentioned recipes very well - especially the container is also suitable for making smaller quantities of thick consistencies such as nut butter - possible from 400 ml onwards.
We do not offer the Forte 2.0 due to lack of demand.

Best regards,
Carla