Jura-Capresso 13187 Impressa E8 Super-Automatic Espresso Machine, Black

May 9, 2015 - Comment

Combining dramatic aesthetics with advanced technology, this fully automatic coffee center brews superb espressos, cappuccinos, lattes, and long crema coffees. The machine features an 18-bar power pump with a 1450-watt stainless-steel lined ThermoBlock heating system. The unit’s integrated, professional, solid-steel conical burr grinder offers consistent and aroma-saving grinding with six fineness settings for any type

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Combining dramatic aesthetics with advanced technology, this fully automatic coffee center brews superb espressos, cappuccinos, lattes, and long crema coffees. The machine features an 18-bar power pump with a 1450-watt stainless-steel lined ThermoBlock heating system. The unit’s integrated, professional, solid-steel conical burr grinder offers consistent and aroma-saving grinding with six fineness settings for any type of bean–from light to dark roasts.

In addition, its separate funnel for pre-ground coffee allows for making decaf or flavored coffee drinks–great for entertaining. A two-step pre-infusion cycle moistens and conditions ground coffee for maximum flavor extraction with perfect crema topping. The unit’s fast, easy-to-use Dual Frother Plus provides continuous steam output and offers two settings, one for latte (steaming milk) and one for cappuccino (steaming and frothing milk).

Product Features

  • 1450-watt automatic espresso machine with 18-bar pump and ThermoBlock heating unit
  • Solid-steel conical burr grinder; LED display; 64-ounce removable water tank
  • Dual Frother Plus for steaming milk; electronic water-level sensor; auto shut-off
  • Cleaning tablets, Clearyl filter, water-hardness indicator strip, scoop, and video included
  • Measures 11 by 13-3/5 by 17 inches; 1-year limited warranty for household use

Comments

John Miller says:

Love It! I have to say, I *love* my E8! I tried one at a store and, after a lot of research, settled on Jura Capresso because of the cleaning cycle feature (most others you have to remove the “brew group” once a week or so and manually clean it – I was *so* not going to do that!). I settled on the E8 versus other JC’s because of the price and the features… the higher-end models’ extra features (none of which directly affect the quality of a single cup) were worth the additional cost, especially since…

Teranika says:

coffee convenience I bought this machine about two years ago. At the time I thought it was pricey, but decided that in the long run, it would pay off. It has. 

Paula Burgoon "Gadget Girl" says:

I love Miss Anna OK, this thing ain’t cheap. I mean, how can you ever justify spending $1000 on a coffee maker?? I named mine Miss AnniBirthenTine. She was so expensive, that she was my ‘Anni’versary, ‘Birth’day, and Val’enTine’s day gift all rolled into one item! That being said, I admit I have a bit of an unhealthy relationship with my coffee maker. I love her. Fine. I said it. 

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