Gaggia Brera Superautomatic Espresso Machine, Silver

April 23, 2015 - Comment

The new face of traditional Italian espresso, the Gaggia Brera features an elegant brushed stainless steel front panel and a compact design that is much more space efficient than most machines in its class. But don’t let its size fool you; this super automatic takes full advantage of advanced technology-allowing it to go toe-to-toe with

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The new face of traditional Italian espresso, the Gaggia Brera features an elegant brushed stainless steel front panel and a compact design that is much more space efficient than most machines in its class. But don’t let its size fool you; this super automatic takes full advantage of advanced technology-allowing it to go toe-to-toe with the industry’s heavyweights.

Product Features

  • Mavea Water Filter – four stages of filtration to remove impurities and reduce scale build up
  • Low energy consumption – standby mode activates after one hour of idle time
  • Programmed to notify users when care is required
  • Pre-infusion feature ensure maximum flavor and aroma extraction

Comments

...bill says:

Brera vs. Vienna. Brera works, but know it’s place Update Dec 2014. Fixed spelling errors (thank you) added a few comments here. 

Neutralist says:

best espresso, but minor problems I bought the silver version about a year ago to replace an aging Capresso C1000. Unlike the burnt taste and warm espresso with the c1000, this unit produces excellent espresso in both taste and temperature. For your reference, I mostly use Giggia Intenso whole beans. 

Seeing Stars "Lynn" says:

Plagued with problems Since Whole Latte Love won’t print my review (please note others have assigned the machine 1 to 2 stars, yet only glowing reviews are published) I will back up the problems others have reported here. I always research big dollar purchases on Amazon and trust the reviewing community, and others should be forewarned about the Gaggia Brera. I bought it to replace my workhorse Saeco Superautomatica that trucked along for 8 years with typical repairs and part replacements. I make only one 2-shot…

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