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When you go to cafes or bars, you often notice the coffee preparation process: coffee beans start to grind and the coffee aroma spreads out in the room. The coffee is then added to the knob, specially compressed with a certain tool and screwed to the machine – after a few moments you enjoy your delicious coffee. These units are semi-automatic coffee machines. It’s an espresso machine that produces coffee from ground coffee. Coffee machines are for those who like to take part in the preparation of coffee and learn the art of barista. Coffee beans should be prepared before coffee is made. If you do not want to make coffee yourself, choose a semi-automatic coffee machine that uses coffee pod or pad. At the same time, this is a stylish interior design. When choosing a semi-automatic coffee maker, it’s important to know a couple of aspects. If you find Steam Espresso in the function of the machine – it means coffee is produced at a temperature of 100°C, this coffee has a higher caffeine content and a less intense flavor, and if it says Pump Espresso, this means a coffee drink is prepared at a high pressure of 87-95° C. This coffee has a distinct aroma. There are also opinions that if the coffee is a brewed with a metal filter, is is stronger and more delicious. Our assortment includes semi-automatic coffee machines for cafes, offices and homes.

What are the rules for making coffee with a manual espresso coffee machine?

The basis of the manual espresso coffee machine is a…
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The basis of the manual espresso coffee machine is a real, Italian origin espresso drink. Therefore, the main rules of making coffee are based on the proportions of this drink. Thus, if you want to know if your prepared espresso coffee is top class, know - you have to get 25 ml of coffee extract, that was extracted at a pressure of 8-9 bar in 20-30 s. These exact parameters are considered to be classic in the coffee world . Knowing that espresso is the basis for all other coffee drinks and once you have learned how to prepare it properly, you will be able to experiment further.

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What are the differences between manual espresso coffee machines?

Manual espresso coffee machines are designed for home or professional…
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Manual espresso coffee machines are designed for home or professional use, i.e. catering establishments - restaurants, cafes, etc. Of course, if you want to improve your coffee making skills at home, you can always find a professional model suitable for your home as well. To make good quality coffee, you will need to learn how to properly grind, press, and push down the water at the right time and in the right amount. Manual espresso coffee machine models, designed for home are a bit simplified and their usage is not very different from a bean-to-cup coffee machine. However, unlike the bean-to-cup coffee machine, this one requires freshly grinded coffee (as fresh as possible) and the right pressure. And by pre-programming the preferred water amount, you can repeat it each time with just one click of a button .

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Why is it worth choosing an espresso (manual) coffee machine?

If you love the process of making coffee even more…
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If you love the process of making coffee even more than the coffee itself, then a manual espresso coffee machine is just for you! When making coffee with this type of coffee machine, you have the freedom to improvise and experiment. However, in order to make the perfect coffee you will have to put some effort - get acquainted with the rules of coffee making, find the right level of coffee grinding and to test your abilities by properly brewing it. So if you are willing to spend more than a few minutes when making coffee, feel free to choose from the espresso (manual) coffee machines category.

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