Espressione-Ariete (a company of De’Longhi Group) Café Minuetto Professional Thermoblock Espresso Machine, Silver

March 11, 2018 - Comment

Espressione Cafe Minuetto Professional is a solid performing espresso maker sporting a classy yet modern design. Features 15 bars of pump pressure along with a thermoblock heating system for creation of instant steam. Equipped with a Maxi Cappuccino device to produce rich creamy cappuccinos. Safety features include a high pressure safety valve, self priming temperature

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(as of April 20, 2020 7:02 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Espressione Cafe Minuetto Professional is a solid performing espresso maker sporting a classy yet modern design. Features 15 bars of pump pressure along with a thermoblock heating system for creation of instant steam. Equipped with a Maxi Cappuccino device to produce rich creamy cappuccinos. Safety features include a high pressure safety valve, self priming temperature controlled boiler, and rubber grip handles. Convenient features such as a cup warmer on top, large capacity water reservoir with a visible level indicator, and a removable drip tray – make it easy to use and maintain. Comes with a versatile filter holder and three filters that accommodate both ground coffee as well as ESE coffee pods. Durable INOX housing with front in silver varnished ABS.

Product Features

  • 1000-watt espresso machine with Thermoblock heating system and 15 bars of pump pressure
  • Maxi Cappuccino device for effortless cappuccinos; accepts ground coffee and ESE espresso pods
  • High-pressure safety valve; self-priming temperature-controlled boiler; rubber-grip handles
  • Cup warmer; removable 1-liter water tank; removable drip tray; measuring spoon included
  • Measures 12 by 11-1/3 by 14-2/3 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • Kindly refer trouble shooting steps under the Product details and instruction video under the image section for set up and trouble shooting details.

Comments

A Pittsburgh Dad says:

Great machine, very happy with my purchase after much searching. Pros and Cons outlined. So I searched far and wide for an espresso maker… And when I say searched, I don’t mean I went on Amazon for a day, looked at 2 or 3 and thought this one was the best bet. Seriously, I looked for at least a month before buying this (for a couple hundred dollar machine, probably was a bit too lengthy of a search). But I was tired of paying $5 a pop at coffee shops, saw the baristas making the drinks and thought to myself… ‘how hard can that be?…’ (not a knock on baristas! I’m a DIY…

pat chambers says:

that was good. i find that i have to press a … i have had this for several months. i have made many shots. i did buy the metal tamper, that was good. i find that i have to press a lot, even with the finest grind my burr grinder will do. sure the pump makes noise, i do not know how you can generate that much pressure quietly. yes if you are not care full you can spill out the float into the sink when you turn the drain container upside down, but, come on….. take care of your equipment. the strainer is held in quite well. i do not…

Jaime J. Weenink says:

It didn’t go bad until December 2017 I have been making Mint Mochas for almost 20 years at home. Anyone who uses these at home knows that a home machine, unless you are spending hundreds of dollars, only lasts for a certain number of years (if you’re lucky). This is the second time I have bought this particular machine. I make, on average, 2 mochas per day. Mt first one was bought March of 2014. It didn’t go bad until December 2017. 3 years is the ABSOLUTE longest I have ever had a machine last with this much use…

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