Gaggia Brera Espresso Maker: This is a moderately priced machine that’s capable of giving excellent shot. All you have to do is push a single button. With an in built filter and pre-infusion features, the machine knows how much flavor is “right”.
Evo Espresso Machine from SAECO Xelsis: Looking for the next level product, then the Evo Espresso Machine is for you. The machine does carry a huge price tag, but knows how to work its way through great espresso shots. It can store up to 6 unique profiles, with each profile holding specific user settings so that you get exactly what you want without any hassle. The machine has a ceramic bean grinder and dual milk pitcher along with a number of features that make it a worth-
Espresso Machine, Pump Design from Delonghi Made for the “perfect” brew, the Delonghi Pump Espresso Machine is an affordable equipment that can carry out most of the processes itself, needing minimum input from you. The machine has a set of specific sensors that can work together to make sure the final product is of just the right temperature. Also, the water reservoir is spacious and you can have yourself almost ten shots before it needs a refill.
Nespresso Pixie Titanium Espresso Machine: With its sleek and compact design, it is obvious that the espresso machine is built for space starve kitchens. Nonetheless, the Pixie Titanium Espresso Machine doesn’t fail to deliver and in only 30 seconds can give you over 2o shots of java. The machine has an easy to understand capsule system that completely eliminates the need for grinding or measuring anything. All done at the push of a button.
Gaggia Accademia Espresso Machine: Another big-shot espresso machine with a big price tag. These may the first words that pop in your head but know this, that the Gaggia Accademia Espresso Machine offers more than it has to at this price. This is one feature-rich espresso machine that has a great exterior as well as internal functionalities. It is fully programmable and the cleaning is piece of cake with a push of a single button.
Mr. Coffee Steam Espresso Machine: One of the most sold espresso machines there is, this Steam espresso machine is pretty straightforward in operation. The machine has solid power in it and is an affordable option for 20 ounces of espresso in one go. The operation is smooth and noiseless so the machine can fit in greatly in any college dorm room.
Keurig Single Serve Espresso Machine: Built for speedy delivery, you can start swinging up caffeine in less than a minute! The Keurig Single Serve Espresso Machine comes with 15 bars of pressure and dual function to simultaneously produce both espresso and frothed milk.
Original Bialeti Moka Expresso: Is a wonder of Mediterranean culture. The machine comes in several sizes, from 1 – 12 with the smallest one costing only $18. It is not a headache when it comes to cleaning, re-assemble and most importantly gives great shots of espresso.
Cuisinart Espresso Machine: The espresso machine is highlighted by a removable water reservoir that can be easily refilled for long-lasting shots of your favorite brew. The Cuisinart Espresso Machine comes with 15 bar pumps so you’ll get as much pressure as you need. You can either set up the machine as you want or run it in one-touch mode. Simply press the button and lay back.
Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine Built out of high-grade aluminum, the appliance is something that will stick with you for a really long time. It has a fully automatic mode for running and only needs a push of a button to start making excellent espresso shots. You can choose from 3 exterior colors.