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- 18 individually programmable speciality coffees
- 2 adjustable ceramic disc grinders
- 2 individual heating systems
- Weight: 39.7 lbs
- Dimensions: 16.3”H x 12.6”W x 19.6”D
- Automatic espresso machine
- Built-in conical burr grinder
- Warranty: 2 year parts and 1 year labor
- Maximum pump pressure of 15 bars
- Dimensions: 11"h x 15-3/8"w x 15-1/6"d
Is there anything more deliciously intoxicating than the smell of freshly brewed espresso? It’s often the first smell that hits you when you walk into a coffee shop – it’s warm, inviting, and promising of what’s often a much-needed caffeine boost. You’re not alone if you have assumed that having a fresh brewed espresso in your own home is out of the question. You’ve probably had the assumption that the machine itself is unbelievably expensive and the process is too complicated to attempt. Fortunately, both assumptions are incorrect, and it’s now easier than ever to enjoy quality espresso from your own kitchen.
Options to Fit Your Lifestyle
There are many models of espresso machines, and each has its own benefits. It probably goes without saying that the more expensive models will make the highest quality drink with as few steps as possible. If espresso is something you are truly passionate about, and would like to own a commercial machine in your own home, you can easily make this happen. Some of the best machines, for example, have up to 12 programmed specialty drinks, including lattes and cappuccinos. Sleek black and durable stainless steel machines are just like the ones you’d expect to see in a coffee house, but on a smaller scale to suit the confines of your own kitchen. The simple touch of a button will create your favorite specialty brew. The settings can be catered to your taste to such an extent that you’ll feel as though you’ve walked into your local shop and asked for “the usual.” Some espresso machines have an interactive screen that helps address any cleaning or maintenance issues, making both of those things a breeze. You’ll enjoy scrolling through the many options with the user-friendly screen panels.
If you happen to be a little shorter or time and space, there are scaled-back versions of the industrial espresso machines that are more catered to your lifestyle. Some of these compact, affordable machines use touchscreen panel technology paired with a multi-level conical grinders to produce a heavenly brew. They also have a variety of features, like adjusting the strength of your beverage and using ground coffee or coffee pods. With some espresso as light as 7lbs, these machines will make for a convenient choice to those who have more limited space in the kitchen, or who simply prefer a smaller model.
Perks of Home Brew
One of the biggest benefits of having your own espresso machine is the option of your favorite coffee beverage right from your home. On busier mornings where taking a trip to the nearest coffeehouse isn’t always an option, you’ll be delighted when you don’t have to sacrifice the best part of your morning routine. Another benefit of having your own espresso machine is a financial one. Those who are passionate about coffee and espresso know that going even a day without it can be a let down. It is the unfortunate truth that espresso drinks happen to be more expensive than your average cup of joe. While four dollars spent every day might not seem to be much, in the long run, that can add up to nearly $1,500 in one year. Therefore, purchasing an espresso machine is an investment that can ultimately save you both time and money.
The espresso machines themselves also come with several benefits. Most models have an eco-friendly mode, called the Energy Save Mode, that will eliminate unnecessary energy costs. Some models also have a Zero-Energy Switch, which will turn off the espresso machine once it has made the beverage. Another convenient feature is the filtration system. It seems only fitting that a great coffee drink should be made with the filtered, high quality water, and this is true. Fortunately, instead of worrying about having to purchase or use filtered water, there is a water care system built into espresso machines to guarantee that even tap water is brought to the highest possible purity.
In short, there are many reasons why investing in an espresso machine for your home can be a wonderful decision. You will be able to enjoy your favorite coffee drink right out of your kitchen and you can end save money on commercial coffee costs by investing in your own machine. Purchase an espresso machine today and start enjoying these delicious benefits.
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