The New Name in Espresso Makers: Saeco Espresso

by admin on July 26, 2010

The best espresso doesn’t necessarily come from a coffee shop, with a Saeco espresso maker, the best espresso can come straight from the kitchen. No more lines and spending money every day, a Saeco espresso machine saves both time and money while providing a top of the line espresso.

The Saeco line of espresso machines is available in both fully automatic versions and in manual versions. They are stylish and sleek enough to complement any kitchen. 

The Saeco line is so simple to use that adding water and coffee beans is paramount to producing a piping hot espresso or cappuccino. The automated mechanisms of the machine will grind the beans, dose the ground coffee and even tamp it, and then the water will be released to make the espresso. Once finished, the automatic Saeco will also dump the empty puck into the waste holding tank.


The fully automatic Saeco features are what make it worth purchasing. The top of the machine is a cup warmer to keep the demi cups ready and prepared for serving.

The conical burr grinder is adjustable to grind the beans to the individuals desired grind. The doser is adjustable so that users can adjust how strong or weak they want their espresso to be made.

Saeco has distinct advantages over other machines including advanced display panels that feature either a large color touch screen with touch sensitive technology that allow users to touch their options or an LCD display screen with a click wheel for easy programming.

Touch2Cappuccino is Saeco’s trademarked feature that allows two cappuccinos to be prepared with the touch of one button. Now, instead of waiting on the steam to reheat to make that second cappuccino, one touch can deliver two piping hot cappuccinos with ease.

The Saeco Brewing System allows for a wide variety of coffee based drinks to be made with the touch of a button or the twist of a dial. From espressos and cappuccinos to lattes and regular drip coffees, the Saeco line of espresso makers offers something for everyone.

The Saeco line of espresso makers have large water reservoirs that hold up to 82 ounces of water, depending on model, enough to make quite a few cappuccinos and espressos before needing refilled.

The bean hopper holds up to 12 ounces of beans, depending on model and grinds them using a conical burr grinder, the preferred grinder to prevent a  burned taste from being infused into the coffee.

Saeco has made it possible for homeowners to enjoy the exquisite taste of freshly brewed espressos and cappuccinos from their homes without spending a fortune.

Saeco espresso makers are available in a variety of models, each offering something more and all available on the Internet at affordable prices with direct to the door shipping, all that is missing is water and coffee beans.

Sharon V Chapman writes on the joys of coffee and provides information on Saeco Espresso and espresso for EspressoXpert – your online guide to espresso.


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