Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Which Espresso Coffee Maker Is Right For You?

By Mark Knowles

Espresso has become very popular in the last 10 years or so. Almost every city has one or more Starbucks or similar stores where you can buy an espresso on your way to work. May gas stations also feature the European coffee. However, the cost of buying exclusive coffee every day quickly adds up, and you may find it makes sense to buy your own espresso machine so you can make your own cup of espresso at home. Below, we are going to tell you about a wonderful coffee maker that will be worth waking up to each morning...

There are two types of home espresso coffee makers. The cheaper coffee makers are steam driven, while the fancier machines are pump driven.

In any case, there are several factors to consider when deciding upon an espresso maker. First, think about how much space you have in your kitchen to devote to such a coffee machine.

Many kitchens are short on space because of the sheer number of appliances in the kitchen. This leaves you shuffling appliances every time you need to do something in your kitchen.

A small machine that can be easily put away might be your best bet if you are facing this situation. You also want to think about how easy the coffee machine is to clean, whether it has a programmable timer, and so on.

The most important factor is how the espresso tastes. Unfortunately, you can't try out the maker in the store. So if you know anyone who has an espresso coffee coffee maker you should taste the coffee it makes and see if you like it before buying your own coffee maker.

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