Making a coffee could be everyone’s cup of tea but making a professional beverage out of it cannot really be everyone’s left hand task. Did you know that now going to a coffee shop and paying high amount to get almost half the amount of cup is never required. The Espresso maker has come to market designed exclusively for home use. Espresso maker makes Espresso. Espresso is a special type of black coffee which is thick and contains highest Caffeine per unit volume when compared to other coffee beverages.
The very first Espresso Maker was designed and patented by Moriondo form Italy in 1884. Then will the passage of time many makeshift and alternative machine came into picture that provided the same or even better quality Espresso. The word ‘Espresso’ sounds weird. It is derived from a Latin word Expressa, changing it to Express in English and then became Espresso. Espresso if tried making at home would make you end up making some other slightly varying product like Cappuccino, Moccaccino or Chococcino. So you better might want to use the Espresso Maker to do it.
Espresso maker parts:
- Grouphead (a normal consumer Espresso Maker has one grouphead and those professional ones have anywhere between one and seven).
- Potafilter (it is used for better retention of heat and is attached to plastic or a wooden handle).
- Baristas(a bottomless portafilter that analyze the quality of the coffe and see to it that the extraction is done evenly).
- Knockboxes (to keep the grounds that are used for one shot).
The Espresso has the highest Caffeine content per unit volume than most other beverages. But since it is served in very less quantity per serving, the Caffeine is kept in control.
Espresso Makers have a wide range of prices depending on the production, quality and budget. The least could do way down up to Rs. 2700 to Rs.3000. Machine are long lasting if maintained well. Consumer reviews are good and no complaining comes on the quality of the Espresso.