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All the information you need to make an informed decision when choosing a coffee machine for your kitchen.
Coffee grinders deliver coffee from freshly ground beans, straight into your cup. Pressing just one button starts the bean-to-cup journey and delivers your espresso straight to your cup, the whole process taking just seconds. Many machines include a traditional frother - using the frothed milk, espressos can be transformed into cappuccinos, lattes or an Americano or espresso.
A pump machine is the most well-known way to make espressos and cappuccinos. Many machines can also be used with easy serving espresso (ESE) pods for added convenience. Ground coffee is inserted into filter provided, where water is forced through at high pressure to produce a rich, smooth espresso. Using the traditional frother you can enjoy cappuccino, caffe latte along with Americano and espressos.
These coffee machines use a disposable plastic pod with either coffee or your chosen drink variety sealed inside. Once you put the pod into the machine, water is heated and is forced through the pod, releasing the flavour and drink into the cup.
Filter coffee machines are ideal for making larger quantities of brewed coffee. Water slowly passes through ground coffee, using either a paper or reusable filter. As the water flows through, it absorbs the flavours and aromas. The filter coffee is then ready to serve from the carafe or pot.
Keeping the appliance clean from residue and scale build up is essential for good consistent coffee.
All coffee machine instruction booklets have sections regarding regular cleaning and maintenance procedures.
Regularly cleaning both internal and external components and keeping them free from residues helps to maintain consistent quality of coffee.