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The EspressoWorks 15-bar Espresso Machine is a true espresso artist’s machine. Equipped with an Advanced Thermoblock System, the machine is ready to brew within a mere 45 seconds from being switched on. Grind your beans, scoop and tamp them in then start your espresso by easily locking in the included portafilter, and simply turn the knob for the brewing to begin.
The machine includes a built-in steamer wand to froth milk so that you can make any coffee you desire. Coming with 2 x Ceramic Espresso Cups, warm them up before brewing with the built-in cup warming tray. With the see-through water tank, monitoring water levels takes only a glance.
It’s not just an espresso machine, the EspressoWorks 7-Piece 15-Bar Machine is the complete set to transform anyone and everyone to a home barista.
With the Advanced Thermoblock System, the machine is ready to use in only 45 seconds. Plenty of time to grind, scoop, and tamp!
The EspressoWorks 15-bar Espresso Machine is more than just that, it’s the complete package! Including an Electric Grinder for coffee beans, Tamper and Measuring Spoon, 2 Premium Ceramic Cups, Portafilter, Single and Double Shot Baskets, and Milk Frothing Jug – it’s everything you need to be your own barista and personalize your coffee to your liking.
You are fully in control here. From grinding the beans to tamping them in, controlling the flow to steaming the milk – EspressoWorks 15-bar Espresso Machine lets you pick up the art of making coffee and simplifies it.
The conveniently placed cup-warming tray at the top of the machine means your espresso remains at a constant temperature even after flowing around the cup.
When it comes to preparing coffee, many seasoned baristas have an unbreakable rule: use whole-bean coffee exclusively, and never purchase pre-ground coffee. This requires more effort and more work, as the beans have to be ground up before the coffee can be brewed. But baristas who refuse to touch pre-ground coffee are quick to emphasize that when their coffee beans aren’t ground up until they are ready to start brewing, the result is much fresher-tasting coffee. The options for grinding coffee beans include blade grinders and burr grinders, and baristas who insist on only using burr grinders have strong feelings about the choice they have made.