La Sorrentina Atomic Coffee Machine

May 18, 2015 - Comment

La Sorrentina Atomic coffee machine is a premium reproduction of “The Atomic” originally designed by Giordano Robbitati in 1947. The Atomic was a stovetop espresso machine introduced during the Atomic Age (1945-1960). Elegant, simple design ensures a trouble-free operation. High polished Aluminum finish with cool to the touch Bakelite handles. This coffee machine comes with

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La Sorrentina Atomic coffee machine is a premium reproduction of “The Atomic” originally designed by Giordano Robbitati in 1947. The Atomic was a stovetop espresso machine introduced during the Atomic Age (1945-1960). Elegant, simple design ensures a trouble-free operation. High polished Aluminum finish with cool to the touch Bakelite handles. This coffee machine comes with a cup, filter baskets, holder and instruction booklet. This stovetop machine can be used to make Espresso, Latte, Cappuccino, Macchiato, Mocha, Americano (Long Black), Flat White, Iced Coffee, and hot chocolate. Manufactured to the same specifications and dimensions as the original Italian-made Atomic. Most replacement parts are compatible with many vintage Atomic coffee machines. . Gas or electric stovetops, portable. Bakelite cool to touch handles. Makes 2 to 6 espresso shots. Aluminum construction. Assembly required. 11 in. L x 5.5 in. W x 8.75 in. H

Product Features

  • La Sorrentina Atomic coffee machine is a premium reproduction of “The Atomic” originally designed by Giordano Robbitati in 1947
  • The Atomic was a stovetop espresso machine introduced during the Atomic Age (1945-1960)
  • Elegant, simple design ensures a trouble-free operation
  • High polished Aluminum finish with cool to the touch Bakelite handles
  • This coffee machine comes with a cup, filter baskets, holder and instruction booklet

Comments

D. Sweedler says:

Extremely Versatile Moka Pot Machine with Great Extraction I have owned an original Thomas LaCara Atomic espresso machine since 1977 and still use it frequently because it makes a unique style of coffee. I roast my own beans in the oven at 415F to a bit after first crack in 20 minutes, which makes a lighter style roast. I grind them as fine as possible in a a shatter grinder and tamp the ground coffee VERY hard to make a very dense plug. This plug will expand when exposed to the hot water and allow a very slow extraction at relatively high pressure in…

Chris D. Cummings says:

Great Machine. I have a coffee business so I have used a professional espresso machine for 7 years. This is really much more fun. I am still trying to get just the right mixture of water, grounds and cooking time but it is a joy to use this machine. I considered buying one of the original Atomic machines from Ebay but since this one is made from the original 1947 specifications, I thought I would start out with a fresh machine. Really has great frothing pressure if you follow the on-line forum…

Benjamin N. Lewis says:

Well-Made Reproduction I owned an original Atomic machine and am very pleased with the La Sorrentina. It would be nice if they included a spare gasket.

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