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27

Dec

2015

In love with coffee

I am a coffee addict. My first cup of coffee makes or breaks my day. Thus a coffee lover must always go in for the best espresso maker. Disregard the cost factor and consider the investment factor. It’s not an accessory it’s a necessity for any coffee lover. 

 

Thus, we read a lot of reviews and online content on various types of espresso makers. I had to choose between automatic, semi-automatic and manual espresso maker. We knew for sure that we didn’t want to go for a manual machine. The choice was between automatic or semi-automatic. I spoke with some of my friends who used semi-automatic machines and they told me how the machine helped them to customise coffee. For once the machine looked like a fancy armour to me. I realised that the moments when I actually thought of having coffee were such that I would either be lazy or too tired to stand there to make it. Somewhere in my decision-making process, I had known that semi-automatic would also not serve my purpose. 

 

We just had three basic expectations from the product including ease of coffee preparation as well as portability. We went to a local shop which had various forms of espresso makers. It was shocking to see that such a simple appliance could come in so many brands and variants. After having a look at 3 to 4 machines, I spotted what I wanted. There was a sleek black fully automatic espresso maker which was new in the market. It came at a cheaper rate as the brand was not well known. In addition, it came with a warranty of 3 years. We purchased it without any doubts. Since then, 4 years have passed and I know I could not have got a better expresso maker. Everyday a sip of its coffee makes my day. 

 

Fri

18

Dec

2015

Using My Best Espresso Machine

In the last decade, I spent time with the best espresso machines like these. I used the two main types of best espresso machines: steam-driven and pump driven. Here is my finding concerning each of the types:

 

Steam-driven of the best espresso machines

 

My first of the best espresso machines worked on steam pressure principle and I still use it today. These were the cheapest of the best espresso machines that i have ever owned. Their mode of operation involved steam being used to force water through the coffee ground and produce espresso. My steam-driven- best espresso machines used to make very strong cups of coffee.

 

Pump-driven of the best espresso machines

 

My experience with with pump-driven of the best espresso machines was with both super-automatic and semi-automatic categories. At first glance, I assumed the super-automatic to be the best espresso machines while the semi-automatic to be inferior. However, as I used both versions over time, I discovered that my assumption was wrong. Super no longer meant the best espresso machines neither did semi mean inferior. The names only gave me a variety of choices to make.

 

I came along major differences between semi-automatic and the super-automatic of the best espresso machines. The semi-automatic gave the best-quality and taste within a short time and with little effort.

 

The super-automatic of the best espresso machines gave me the privilege to build highly customized taste for my espresso mixes. They produced very great tasting cups of espresso. This version of the best espresso machines automated almost all of the processes for me. i got great shots of espresso without doing any extra work.

 

I found some special features with the semi-automatic of the best espresso machines. These machines were just semi-automatic. A few steps are automated, majority are not. This made me put my personal stamp on the final product but some tedious tasks were done for me by this semi-automatic of the best espresso machines. Automated here is the water temperature and pressure which gave me the perfect cup of espresso all the time.

 

I had a lot of convenience using the super-automatic of the best espresso machines. All i had to do was fill the hopper with coffee beans then turn the machine on. All the other brewing steps were automated. Its built-in coffee grinder ground and extracted the shot of the espresso automatically. The machine was connected to a water line and it filled automatically. With one-button touch, I would get my restaurant quality expresso in a few minutes.

 

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Fri

18

Dec

2015

Considerations Before Getting an Espresso Machine

 

For those who love coffee, you might consider of getting an espresso machine at home. Getting the best espresso machine for yourself requires some detailed reviews and considerations in order to get one that suits your needs and preferences.

 

First, you must consider which kind of espresso machine you prefer; traditional, super automatic or a simple single serve coffee maker.

 

Traditional espresso machine brew coffee with a motor-driven pump while super automatic does the entire job; from coffee grinding to discharging the coffee grounds. Simple single serve coffee maker brews one serving of coffee at a point of time.

 

If you're a person that likes to experiment different flavor of coffee such as different acidity of brews, you might want to get the traditional machine.

 

On the other hand, you might want to get the super automatic or single serve one if you prefer lesser hassle in brewing a good cup of coffee. Either one, you can rest assured that an espresso machine will be able to brew a good cup of coffee for you at your own home.

 

 

 

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