Gaggia 1003380 Accademia Espresso Machine

August 12, 2016 - Comment

Rise through the ranks with the Gaggia Accademia, a smartly appointed super automatic espresso machine, whose charming good looks and responsive performance are sure to earn it place at the top of its class. With a contemporary stainless-steel front panel, durable metal frame, and a bright display, the Accademia embodies refined design aesthetics. Anchored by

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Rise through the ranks with the Gaggia Accademia, a smartly appointed super automatic espresso machine, whose charming good looks and responsive performance are sure to earn it place at the top of its class. With a contemporary stainless-steel front panel, durable metal frame, and a bright display, the Accademia embodies refined design aesthetics. Anchored by one-touch, programmable push-button controls for espresso, hot water and milk outputs, the Accademia dispenses perfect beverages on demand. Just select your desired beverage from one of seven dedicated buttons capable of delivering the following drinks: espresso, caffe, caffe lungo, cappuccino, latte, Latte macchiato and hot water.

Product Features

  • Adjustable telescopic coffee dispenser with a maximum height of a little over 6-1/2-inch to accommodate a wide variety of cup sizes
  • Ceramic burr grinder with integrated bean hopper and double lid aroma saver
  • Integrated coffee grounds container, removable from the front
  • Programmable coffee quantity – from 7 to 10-cup
  • Pre-brewing system for maximum flavor extraction

Comments

CBG1977 says:

My 6th Super-Automatic and the Best so Far! I have been using super-automatic espresso machines since 2001. This is my 6th machine and by far my favorite. Having owned one Capresso C1500, three Jura-Capressos, one Saeco and now the Gaggia Academia, I’ve found this machine to outperform the rest by far. I loved the quality of the Capresso and Jura-Capresso machines, but having to send them in once a year for service at a cost of over $300 was excessive. There is no way to service the inside of these machines. Plus, I could never get…

Scott H Crenshaw says:

Great Machine, but Some Important Caveats Making good quality espresso and milk drinks couldn’t be easier. The machine looks nice, is easy to use, and has enough customization options to get good shots from different coffees. 

G. Hearn says:

Not-So-Spectacular Machine – Review Update >>Please see my update at the bottom<< 

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