Espresso machines

Review commercial & home espresso machines, from Saeco, Krups

The history of espresso machines dates back to 1822 in France. Louis Bernard Rabaut is credited with developing a brewing machine that used steam to force out hot water through the coffee grounds, creating the first espresso coffee.

When people think of espresso they think of a Starbucks store that sells overpriced coffee, but with your own machine you can make as much espresso, cappuccino and caffe latte coffes as you want for a very cheap price!

home espresso coffee machines
Espresso Machine

Your needs – Your machine

Firstly you should determine your needs, because there are a wide variety of options as well as pricing to choose from. Some of the different types of espresso makers include, Moka, Stovetop espresso, piston machines, pump, semiautomatic, automatic and superautomatic machines.

automatic espresso machines – offers a pre-programmed single and double shot. They offer 12 different sizes to accommodate nearly every taste. Automatic models such as Delonghi EAM3200, Mr.Coffee ECM21, Krups FME1-14, Pourover Brewer, La Valentina, Pasquini Livia 90, Saeco 10008 V’Spresso, Gaggia, Capresso Impressa E8, Bunn A10A, Cuisinart DGB-600BC and Hamilton Beach D43012B.

super automatic machines for espresso coffee – These are the ultimate in coffee making machines, with one click of a button it grinds the coffee beans, pack the grind, makes the espresso shot and then releases the grounds into a built-in refuse box. brands to review include Saeco, Gaggia, Spidem, Jura-Capresso 13187, Saeco Vienna (30511, 52305), Espressione ESSWSIUS, Capresso Impressa E8, Gaggia Syncony (90001, )

(moka) espresso stove top machine – as the name indicates they are designed to sit on top of your stove, place the ground coffee in the bottom of the espresso maker and the finished product sits in the top. You can find different sizes such as 2 cup, 4 cup, 6 cup, and 9 cup models. Brands include, Guido Bergna (Mia, Suzy), Bialetti (Brikka, Mukka, Moka, Class), Vev Vigano’ (Kontessa, Inox, Klassica, Arte Van Gogh, Arte De Longpre), Velox, Blanca

(piston) manual machines to make espresso coffee –
You can find the best espresso makers for both professional commercial as well as home, the biggest difference is the size of the machine, as well the price. If you want to save some money consider buying your maker online, you can find all types of discount deals at almost wholesale prices. Find everything from Italian machines, industrial models and even used espresso cappuccino machines, for cheap! You can also compare and review all the features of the various makers before you buy. The internet is a great place to find the best deals.

Professional machines

The list of professional and home expresso machines includes, Bodum, Briel, Brasilia, Conti, Bonjour, Bosch, Briel, Cafe La Semeuse, Capresso, Astra, Aurora, Astoria, Salton, Cuisinart, DeLonghi, ECM, Espressione, Expobar, Francis, Faema, Elektra, Frieling, Gaggia, Illy, Innova, Isomac, Pony, Jura, Krups, La Pavoni, Lavazza, Mazzer, Mocafe, Monin, Kopen, Nespresso, OXO, Pasquini, Nuova Simonelli, Piazza, Rancilio, Saeco, Solis, Rancilio, Starbucks, Reg Barber and Bunn.