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  1. #21
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    Hi!
    want to put in this two cents

    The last my Espresso Machine I bought was Nespresso Inissia De'Longhi. Small and compact espresso machine that still accommodates larger cups and recipes, thanks to the folding drip tray. I'm very happy that choose this one

  2. #22
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    I also agree that brewille is a good choice.

  3. #23
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    Hmm. Sorry! it's the reason to change my coffeemachine.

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    Any recommendations for Keurig® K-Classic® Coffee Maker?

  5. #25
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    Advise me a good and inexpensive espresso machine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    As far as grinders go... I would suggest taking a look at the Baratzas; the Encore is around $140 or Virtuoso is next step up around $200. If you want to do espresso - the Virtuoso is the least expensive option to go with.. and realistically it would be better to upgrade to Sette ~$250.. Now for espresso machines, anything worth buying is much more expensive. The lower end machines will be very disappointing if you expect to make 'cafe' drinks. They simply don't have strong enough pumps, etc to make decent espresso and frothing milk is worse. A Rancillio Sivlia is about the starting point for espresso machines around $700 (and again you will need a higher end grinder that grinds more consistently). The Behmor brewer is a good choice... never used it myself but I've heard its got a touch of a learning curve. I personally recommend the Bonavita 1600 w/ stainless craft.. usually about $150 and makes great coffee.
    Since someone just asked the same type of question, I'm awakening this post.

    Do your recommendations still apply this year too? (November-December 2019)

  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by salma View Post
    Advise me a good and inexpensive espresso machine
    I bought a Cuisinart EM-200 programmable espresso machine for about $ 200. Try to look for the best espresso machine under 200 here https://pickadvisor.org/best-espress...nes-under-200/
    Last edited by ilinna; 11-30-2019 at 09:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilinna View Post
    I bought a Cuisinart EM-200 programmable espresso machine for about $ 200. Try to look for the best espresso machine under 200 here https://pickadvisor.org/best-espress...nes-under-200/
    interesting information. does your espresso machine work well?

 

 
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