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  • Best Espresso Machine Reviews

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    The Delonghi EC155 espresso machine has been a popular choice with consumers ever since it was first launched onto the market. Featuring a 15 bar pump, and coming in at a relatively low price for pump driven espresso makers, it is widely regarded as a good entry level machine in the pump driven category, for those looking to move away from the coffee shop and the drive through, and make their espresso at home.

    Being relatively small and compact, it fits in the kitchen with no problems, and is easily portable. Not only that, it is easy to operate and makes a great cup of espresso. Using the adjustable swivel jet frother, it is also simple to make latte and cappuccino.

    But while it undoubtedly represents good value at the price, it is a budget option for those looking for the real espresso experience, and there is no denying that some people will be more satisfied with a more expensive espresso machine of even higher quality.

    How much time does it take to make a cup?

    One of the things that can be of interest when selecting an espresso machine, is the total time it takes to produce a cup of espresso. You will know how long you are prepared to wait to get your cup, and how much time you have in your schedule.

    The Delonghi EC155 takes longer than the very fast Nespresso models like the Nespresso Citiz. To begin with the machine needs to be heated for 15-20 minutes before the temperature is sufficient to produce a good espresso. After it has heated sufficiently, making a cup can take around 2-3 minutes, and you can only do one cup at a time.


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