An espresso is a traditional Italian coffee beverage. The first espresso machine was patent in the year 1884 in Turin, Italy. Espresso machines are made commercially in many places of the world as the popularity of the beverage continues to grow. Some of the espresso machine makers for the home market include De’Longhi, Breville, Gaggia, Cuisinart, etc.
Espresso coffee is brewed by forcefully directing water that is at nearly boiling point through finely ground coffee powder. The result is a thicker and frothier beverage. The flavors in the drink are concentrate, which is one reason for its popularity. It also forms a base for many other related coffee beverages such as mocha, latte, etc.
Given below are some espresso machines and their prominent features that may help you to choose the best one for yourself.
Breville Barista Express is an espresso machine that is automate enough to grind a specified amount of coffee beans. If you want a good control over the grind, this machine is recommend. The sleek-looking machine has an inbuilt grinder and looks good when placed on any counter top.
Nespresso CitiZ Espresso Maker is a very popular model because of the high-quality espresso that it makes in less than 30 seconds. Quite a quality to rave about! A cup of frothy espresso made from this machine costs about 55 cents. The pods for the machine can purchase online.
The Krups Espressaria Fully Automatic Espresso Machine has a removable drip tray that allows you to place big mugs on it to receive the coffee. The spout’s position can also moved up and down to accommodate larger cups. This machine allows only the use of full coffee beans. It is fully automatic enough to store, grind, brew the coffee for you, and dispose the dregs and grinds. The design of the model is very compact.