La Pavoni Professional PBB-16 Espresso Machine Black Base

April 23, 2015 - Comment

Europiccola Italian made espresso maker features are many, including a 38 ounce boiler capacity. Makes 16, 2 ounce cups of espresso. By lifting the lever one raises a piston inside the group, allowing water under pressure to infuse the coffee in the filter holder. The lever is then lowered, causing the piston to force the

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Europiccola Italian made espresso maker features are many, including a 38 ounce boiler capacity. Makes 16, 2 ounce cups of espresso. By lifting the lever one raises a piston inside the group, allowing water under pressure to infuse the coffee in the filter holder. The lever is then lowered, causing the piston to force the water through the coffee into the cup. The user therefore can vary the speed at which the water passes through the coffee, ensuring it is made exactly according to his own requirements. Steam jet: it enables to obtain a frothy, warm milk, as well as tea or any other hot drink; . It also has a mounted pressure gauge.

Product Features

  • Makes one or two cups of espresso at one time
  • Nickel plated, solid brass boilers
  • Made in Italy
  • Re-set fuse
  • Stainless elements, 1000 watts

Comments

David J. Mosley says:

the best ever I have had this machine since 1998, i drink on average 4 espresso a day, that is a total of around 17,500 espressos and it still works like a charm. I have serviced it myself about 3 years ago with new gaskets you can buy them for about 40 bucks. If you are looking for a solid machine that will last, this is it, pays for itself time and time again.

shortandsweet says:

This machine is perfection. We’ve only had this machine for a week now, but I’m already in love. It makes the best espresso I have ever tasted… We are coffee snobs (roast our own beans even!) and this machine is perfection. It’s quiet (so nice not to hear the thunk thunk of a pump!), easy to use, etc. We thought there was going to be more of a learning curve, but after pulling a few shots, we’ve got it down. The foam extension isn’t the best, but we’re getting some pretty good foam now a week later. This machine is…

Ocer64 says:

An excellent machine, if you are willing to work with it. Our machine has been providing us with excellent espresso (and lattes that are far better than those we have gotten at Starbucks) for six years. As others have noted, there is a bit of a learning curve. For example, too fine a grind, especially if it is tamped too tightly, will make it nearly impossible to draw a shot. Too coarse a grind will lead to watery shots that are useless. And I would guess that just about every Pavoni user has at one point pulled the coffee filter too quickly from…

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