Posted: 30 Aug 2011 11:40 PM PDT
Believe it or not, there are eight different types of espresso machines. The first and most common found in homes in Spain, Portugal and Italy, the espresso machine is the stove. There are three rooms, the upper keeps the ground coffee, keeps the center, a filter basket and aquifers. Since the water is heated, forcing steam through a tube into the second room, then up and leave espresso, ready to serve.
A steam expressMaker> is very similar to a stove, and produces a cup of espresso, which is nearly identical. A piston-driven espresso machine is a completely different animal. This type of espresso machine is in high-end design that can cost several hundred dollars. Develop and delicious, can be brass, copper, chromium or silver.
In addition, the piston-driven espresso machine, which made the cream is a desirable property in a cup of drink. Previously, the cream thoughtsas an unwanted waste product.
The piston pump espresso machine has given birth to her counterpart. Small, simple and ideal for private use is to find the machine more popular in coffee shops. A pump motor does the work, the manual force used to, making this version very easy to use.
There are also semi-automatic and automatic espresso machines, the first in the sense of not automatically mean that the water supplied by a pump instead of the manualForce. The latter allows the user to send a programmed amount of water through the flowmeter.
Super-automatic espresso machines are easier to use, because literally do all the work for you. By milling machines and extraction, always a perfect cup of espresso has never been so easy. Completely independent, it's all you have to do, fill the water tank and bean hopper. The antithesis of the coffee manufacturer at hand, these are expensive, buttotally infallible.
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