Espresso/Cappuccino Maker (4-c.): Black by DeLonghi
Enjoy espresso for one or two using this steam-driven Italian-designed espresso maker. The swivel jet frother produces a thick milk froth for lattes and cappuccino. Other highlights include a patented safety cap, heat-resistant glass carafe that's highly durable, an On/Off switch with indicator ligh... See complete description »
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Enjoy espresso for one or two using this steam-driven Italian-designed espresso maker. The swivel jet frother produces a thick milk froth for lattes and cappuccino. Other highlights include a patented safety cap, heat-resistant glass carafe that's highly durable, an On/Off switch with indicator light and removable drip tray for quick cleanup. It's quality made simple! Not compatible with espresso pods
this espresso maker is really great,it's not heavy so you can easily place it wherever you want and the coffe tastes just right.The fist couple of times it has a weird taste,but after that coffe and cappuccino are good.I'm an Italian so I have a pretty good idea of what a good espresso tastes like,since I often have it when I go to caffetterias here.
This steam-powered little espresso maker is easy to use & makes espresso that tastes as it does in Italy & on Lygon St in Melbourne.... I'm giving away a pump espresso maker I bought a while ago... it makes coffee with crema .... which , apparently suits American tastes.
I highly recommend this little 4 cup espresso maker.
If you have ever made coffee's on a professional coffee machine, you will have absolutely no problem using this machine. If you have never made a coffee before, or frothed milk just follow the instructions and its pretty straight forward.
The milk frother is a little short, and doesnt swivel around that far, but it works perfectly fine. To froth milk the milk must be very cold. A little tip: low fat or skim milk froths much easier than full cream. Put a little cold milk into the glass and hold on an angle with the frother partially submerged. Listen to the sound it makes. Dont move it up and down too often. The deeper it is in the milk, the quicker it'll heat, but you wont have as much froth.
Do some test runs and you'll be fine.
For the price, I really think its worth it.
Made a perfect cappuccino first try.
I love the way this expresso machine makes expresso but i was disappointed about the frother.You cant get a cup under the bar. Now im going to get a hand frother.
I am very pleased with my espresso maker. I was able to figure out how to do it and I have had a grand time making lattes and cappuccino's for myself and others. Thank you for offering such a good product at a fair price.
Joan in Washington State
Baking with brewed espresso adds an intense coffee flavor to chocolate desserts. Use it next time a recipe calls for regular brewed coffee.