Breville Barista Express Coffee Machine

Jan 8, 2014

Category: Tech

Quick! A storefront just opened up in your local shopping plaza and you have 9 seconds to grab it before Starbuc—damn, too late. Maybe next time. Until then, practice your coffee-making skills with Breville’s Barista Express Coffee Machine. Its integrated burr grinder is just one reason behind this baby’s sky high potential for unbeatable espresso in less than a minute.

The dual-wall pressurized filters promise to perfectly handle the pressure and ensure a flawless extraction process. The Barista Express also features an Italian-manufactured 15 bar pump and thermocoil heating system; cup warmer on top of the machine; and stainless steel 360 degree swivel-action steam wand for lattes and cappuccinos. If you afford to buy a few of these ($600), and more importantly, find a street corner that Starbucks isn’t on, you might be on your way to java fame. [Via | Purchase]

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