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They can make better if you buy good beans. I recommend you start with Italian espresso beans to figure out what you like (Lavazza, Kimbo, Illy, etc), but if you have a local roaster, by all means. It helps to have a decent burr grinder such as the Capresso Infinity. If on a extremely limited budget a blade grinder can work, but weigh your beans first, 7-8g single shot/14-16 double (you may need to use a little more if too much sticks to the inside of the grinder, but you want to end up with at least 7 or 14). Time your grind (counting in your head works fine). Start with around 15 seconds. Only use the grounds that come out when you dump it. Don't use the grounds that stick to the inside of the grinder (clean between uses) or your shots will always be inconsistent. With a little trial and error and if you don't over extract (stop at 1.25oz single/2.5 oz double), I think you'll be happy. If buying the Dedica machine, as tempting it is to buy the matching Dedica grinder, I don't recommend it. I own one and it doesn't grind finely enough IMO.
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They make some of the best (non combo) barista EQ in the world.
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Do they make better espresso than nespresso?
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Worthy deal on these.
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Have EC155 for 3 years. Great little machine for the price point and small form factor.
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Do they make better espresso than nespresso?
They can make better if you buy good beans. I recommend you start with Italian espresso beans to figure out what you like (Lavazza, Kimbo, Illy, etc), but if you have a local roaster, by all means. It helps to have a decent burr grinder such as the Capresso Infinity. If on a extremely limited budget a blade grinder can work, but weigh your beans first, 7-8g single shot/14-16 double (you may need to use a little more if too much sticks to the inside of the grinder, but you want to end up with at least 7 or 14). Time your grind (counting in your head works fine). Start with around 15 seconds. Only use the grounds that come out when you dump it. Don't use the grounds that stick to the inside of the grinder (clean between uses) or your shots will always be inconsistent. With a little trial and error and if you don't over extract (stop at 1.25oz single/2.5 oz double), I think you'll be happy. If buying the Dedica machine, as tempting it is to buy the matching Dedica grinder, I don't recommend it. I own one and it doesn't grind finely enough IMO.
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Ily is better
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how do these machines compare to breville barista express?
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how do these machines compare to breville barista express?
The DeLonghi's are good if you are trying to do it on the cheap, so it's not really a fair comparison. The Breville is certainly better, but If you're going to spend nearly $600 that opens up a lot of options for espresso. For semi-auto you could buy separate, like a Gaggia Classic and a grinder for the same money or less. Or, if you prefer the convenience of Nespresso a solid superauto for the same money as the Breville.
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What kind of grinder do you guys use for your espresso? also, which beans can I buy online is best? Been buying Kirkland coffee and just dripping it but would rather drink espresso
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What kind of grinder do you guys use for your espresso? also, which beans can I buy online is best? Been buying Kirkland coffee and just dripping it but would rather drink espresso
Now there's a real can of worms. If you read enough reviews you'll find nobody can seem to agree on grinders no matter how much you spend. For machines such as the DeLonghi's I think the Capresso Infinity is a solid choice, and the ABS plastic version is reasonable at around $70. You can spend more, get more grind settings, grind direct into the portafilter and other features, but the Capresso is legit. If I were starting out that's what I'd buy.
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What kind of grinder do you guys use for your espresso? also, which beans can I buy online is best? Been buying Kirkland coffee and just dripping it but would rather drink espresso
We have been using a Capresso Infinity we bought from Costco about 3-4 years ago, they heavy duty version, was about $90. Works great.
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