Coffee Machines Essay

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Nespresso inissia by Krups

The Krups Inissia home espresso machine, is not only a very affordable machine but also a beautiful machine that comes in a variety of colors from white, to red and orange or even blue. Don’t let the size fool you, this machine packs a powerful punch of up to 19 bar pressure. It is fully automatic, programmable, and heats up at a record 25 seconds. This combination of bar pressure, brew extraction time, and temperature guarantee that each shot of espresso will have a decadent crema, full flavor and robust fragrance. With a quick flip or the handle, you’ll drop in an espresso capsule and with just the push of a button you’ll have a beautiful espresso shot, or ...view middle of the document...

The Espressaria features Krups patented thermoblock heating system to ensure that each cup is perfectly heated. This machine is also equipped with a steam wand as well as an auto frother for more drink options. Add to this the cup warming feature and the ability to program a schedule to brew and you have a near perfect brewer!

The Espressaria is a stylish machine that provides the user with a quick and easy experience. The bean to coffee feature of this super automatic machine ensures a perfect beverage every time. The beans are ground on demand for each brew, the cup warmer ensures that each cup of espresso you brew will stay hot long enough to enjoy it, and the programmable feature ensure that you have your cup ready when you want it!

The milk frother on this machine is less than stellar, it is sufficient to steam the milk, but the frothing feature does appear to take quite a bit longer than it should. The self-cleaning feature is nice but can be over dispense and release more water than the drip tray can hold and should be watched to prevent overflow.

De’Longhi ECC220

The De’Longhi Motivo Espresso machine is stylishly designed and available in multiple colors such as red, white, black, and yellow. We love this machine for its ability to brew multiple cups of espresso at the same time. Even more than that though the removable reservoir makes it incredibly easy to keep the machine full of water for your brewing needs, and the steaming arm is essential for making latte and cappuccino drinks as well. This machine features programmable settings, a built in crema device and tamper for quick brewing of the perfect espresso drink. In addition this machine can be used with whichever you prefer loose grounds or espresso pods. This lovely machine is light weight, and fits into most any kitchen. The programmable settings allow you to make the espresso that you want rather than just a cookie cutter shot, and the patented thermoblock boiler ensures the perfect temperature every time.

The Motivo Espresso machine is extremely versatile, easy to use and stylish. The built in...

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