Gaggia

Milan, Italy

Founded 1947
Equipment Type Espresso Machine

STORY

Gaggia is one of the oldest and most respected names in the espresso world. The connection between Gaggia and Italian espresso goes back to 1938, when Achille Gaggia, the company’s founder, applied for a patent for the first steam-free espresso machine. Since its 1947 founding, Gaggia has built on their heritage to introduce innovations and improvements to espresso machines while remaining true to its roots.

 

Originally producing only espresso machines for commercial use, Gaggia introduced its first home espresso machine in 1952 and the first professional espresso machine made expressly for home use in 1977. The Gaggia Baby is still one of Gaggia’s most popular models. The company now produces the majority of its espresso machines for the home market.

 

The Gaggia brand has stood for high quality and innovation throughout its history and continues to do so today. It continues to rank at the top of market in Italy, a country that certainly understands both quality and espresso.

 

Gaggia’s reputation is built on that quality. Every machine is built using the same high-quality materials and build quality expected in commercial machines. Technological innovation has been part of the company’s DNA since its founding, and Gaggia continues to innovate and improve the espresso machine with an ever-growing line of semi-automatic, super-automatic and single-serve espresso machines for discerning espresso aficionados throughout the world.

REVIEWS

5

Gaggia Classic

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

May 24, 2012 | by dpablo19

This is the perfect machine for someone just beginning. I used a PID'd version of this at a relative's house and it produced some decent espresso. My only real gripe would be the poor steam performance and overall layout of the machine. It has a small footprint, but it it can be too small, especially if we're talking about larger cups. All in all, a great machine.
4

UPDATE: Silvia retrofit a MUST! Excellent machine

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

May 11, 2012 | by rjsolorzano

I got this machine a few months ago after my Krups died and online reviews pointed the Gaggia Classic as the best espresso machine for the money. I have to say it is a MAJOR improvement over my old machine. As far as quality it feels well built: rugged stainless steel housing, commercial portafilter (58mm), this thing is heavy! The switching mechanism feels like it would last a long time. The only items that don’t seem that way are the drip tray and the steam knob. A couple of words of advice: - Do not use the included Pannarello steam wand as it is completely useless if you want to get true microfoam. Either remove the Pannarello and use the ‘naked’ tube (which is a little short) that will give you decent results, or replace it with a Silvia V1 or V2 steam wand (the V3 does not fit this model) for the real thing. The change is extremely easy to do and the results are truly worth it. This is the reason for the 4 stars. - Use the standard filter basket without the so called ‘perfect crema device’. What this thing does is simply add air to your espresso shot so that you get air crema, not the real thing. It is critical you use a burr grinder and a good tamper to get a nice espresso shot. If you use the provided tamper you will most likely have spots on the sides that are not tamped so water will take the path of least resistance and your shot will be bitter and lacking crema. Remember, this is not a drip coffee or automatic espresso machine, it is more of an art to master but a very fulfilling experience once you get things right. Enjoy!
5

Gaggia classic is the best!

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

March 10, 2012 | by bachaus2000

I researched machines for days before deciding on this machine. it did not disappoint. warm up time is fast, and with the right coffee and grind, it gives any coffee house a run for its money. The frother is easy to use when you are in the mood for a cappuccino. Excellent macthine for this price range.
4

Great macine

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

March 9, 2012 | by hoonchul@hotmail.com

Its hard to find another machine that will beat Gaggia Classic at this price range. Its great for making espresso or cappuccino..one at a time. If you need to make back to back drinks on regular basis I would look else where. Also, I highly recommend the silvia steam wand upgrade. Now I can make decent microfoam most of time.
4

The old faithful

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

March 9, 2012 | by Ping0817

The tried and true Gaggia Classic, I am not going to repeat all the pros/cons that is all over the Internet. From my personal experience, here is what I think you can do to drastically improve the capability of this machine. 1. Sylvia steam wand - a common modification that allow the Gaggia to produce latte art wothy microfoam and look much better than the plastic "turbo steam" wand 2. PID - oh boy, what a HUGE difference after I put a PID controller on this machine!! The temperature stability and shot quality is good enough to put some machine twice the price in shame. Yes you have to play with the electrical wiring and have a bit of mechanical know-how but the end result is OH SO worth it! Some well made kit available on the web to save you the hassle of putting everything together yourself. I was able to play with the fine adjustment of the temperature to really dial in the shot and bring out the best characteristics. And for you latte lovers, the steam capability is much more consistent with the PID installed. If you are on a budget but feeling you have reached the limit of your Gaggia...PID it and be amazed! 3. Naked PF - this is something that help you improve your dosing/tamping, while it doesn't change anything mechanically of the machine, having a visual reference on how your shot is formed will help you better understand what you are doing right/wrong With all the new entry level espresso machines out there, I still recommend the Classic to all my friends who is getting into the espresso theme, you simply can't beat the value, capability and tweak-ability of this little giant!
4

Awesome Machine....but

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

March 9, 2012 | by scmunkers

This is a really great machine. The only thing stopping me from giving it a full 5- is the milk frother. Only makes a little bit of froth and It seems to always lose its "steam" right a the end. If I make 2 espressos in one morning, then one milk has to be put in the microwave.
5

Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

December 24, 2011 | by c.dreiblatt

The coffee comes out nice and hot. We have only used it for making espresso but look forward to making cappuccino.
3

not a bad starter machine

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

November 12, 2011 | by wakeknot

It is better than many of the rivals in the price class.
4

Gaggia Classic

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

October 24, 2011 | by yeahyeah

This is a great machine so long as you don't plan on pushing it beyond its limits. There is a lot of online help regarding this machine and parts are readily available. Pros: *Quick warm up *Small boiler with powerful heating elements quickly heats to steaming temps after pulling a shot *Decent sized drip tray Cons: *Pannarello steam wand. Toss it. Also time your steaming so that you start steaming 10-15 seconds before the steam light actually comes on. *Keeping the temps stable is difficult *I haven't had trouble with the aluminum boiler but it is a concern
4

Good entry level machine

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

October 17, 2011 | by speedstar

This is a great machine to start on and may be the one you stay with depending on what you expect out of it. I started here, then progressed to another PID unit and ended up with Duetto II. These are great for the price though.
0

Take a look at my blog post

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

October 15, 2011 | by intrepid510

Take a look at my blog post for a longer review. This machine paired with a good grinder will make excellent espresso. I use mine multiple times a day and have never been upset with the machine, maybe some of my skills though! ; )
8

Take a look at my blog post

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

October 15, 2011 | by intrepid510

Take a look at my blog post for a longer review. This machine paired with a good grinder will make excellent espresso. I use mine multiple times a day and have never been upset with the machine, maybe some of my skills though! ; )
5

Gaggia Classic

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

October 2, 2011 | by gnproducts

Coming from a full automatic espresso machine I decided that I wanted to "improve" my espresso experience. Through research on the web I came across the Gaggia Classic. I am still learning how to pull the perfect shot, but it is getting better everyday. I interfaces with Roaste Customer Service and had a very satisfactory experience. All in all it was a great experience.
4

Stands up to use and makes tasty espresso

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

July 1, 2011 | by coffeesquid

One of these espresso machines has stood in our student lounge for the last couple of years, and it's still going strong even with sporadic maintenance. Even as a relative amateur in the field of espresso-making, I can create lattes that draw frequent compliments. One caveat: this may be due to my aforementioned espresso amateur status, but I've found that it has trouble with coffee that's ground too fine. It may take a little experimenting to find the appropriate grind for it.
5

Gaggia Classic is the best

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

June 30, 2011 | by rah0004

This is my second Gaggia. We wore out the first one, a Carezza. This machine is not sexy or sleek, but it makes one mean espresso. It heats quickly, is easy to use and I know from research this machine is just as good, if not better, than a machine 2 or 3 times the cost. We use it at least 2-3 times a day, and after a year we have had no problems with it at all. I highly recommend it!
5

Best Machine Available Under $1000

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

June 28, 2011 | by EricBNC


This is the Best Machine Available Under $1000 for someone wanting excellent espresso at home. With minimal care and ordinary cleaning these machines can last decades. Unlike too many brands, parts are readily available to rebuild the entire machine if needed - that is worth something to me. The online community has a wealth of information about Gaggia so no question is very far from an answer. With a little practice your espresso will be the only espresso you want to drink provided you feed it excellent coffee ground with a worthy espresso grinder.
5

Good Looking and Easy-To-Use Machine

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

June 28, 2011 | by sscalese

I am new to the world of home espresso, and I've never worked at a coffee bar, so I was really going in blind with this purchase. However, so far, I'm really enjoying the Gaggia Classic I purchased a few weeks ago! I read the included instructions plus a few other guides before I started. After getting my Baratza Preciso grinder dialed in, I've pulled some pretty decent shots for a beginner. Palatable alone, and very good in milk-based drinks. Using a 12-ounce frothing pitcher and frothing thermometer, I'm able to get nicely steamed milk with good froth. I would say my shot pulling and milk-frothing skills need some fine-tuning (all part of the fun!), but so far I'm making great espresso drinks with this machine right out of the box as a beginner. Also, I really like that there are so many resources available to help you with this popular machine, including yahoo groups and coffee forums. Would definitely recommend to friends.
5

Rock Solid Machine

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

June 20, 2011 | by mohammadiqbal93

I Love this machine. The first day when I was using the single filter, I found they were pressurized and spitting coffee everywhere in my kitchen. After I switched to the regular double filter, everything was perfect. Quick and good steaming, though it foams a little to quickly.
4

Capable of making a solid shot

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

June 1, 2011 | by jbviau

You can certainly do a lot worse than this for an entry-level machine!
3

classic

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

April 27, 2011 | by penrod_25

easy to keep clean, external heater prevents worry about empty boiler with power on. steam wand is lousy, and the temperature swing during the shot can be large. For the price, still hard to find a better espresso machine
5

One of the best top-of-the-line consumer coffee makers

(on Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine)

March 27, 2011 | by admin

I am using the same Gaggia Classic for a couple of years already, and it still makes the best coffee as it was new. I use to make at least 2-3 coffees per day, either espresso or cappuccinos, and when using good fresh ground coffee, the results are stunning. One of its best features is its super-short warming time. After about 10 minutes the Classic is ready to go, and great coffee can be made. The steamer is great as well, and is good enough for a medium-sized milk frother. I could easily made some nice latte-art cappuccinos :-)
3

Durability

(on Gaggia Baby Twin Espresso Machine)

December 25, 2011 | by samuellaw178

I've heard way too many durability issues with these Gaggia Baby Twin. It's probably good while it works. But I personally would spend a little more to get a better and long lasting machine.
0

Worth the extra $$ over the Classic?

(on Gaggia Baby Twin Espresso Machine)

November 15, 2011 | by jbviau

I think not.
3

a nice machine

(on Gaggia Baby Twin Espresso Machine)

November 12, 2011 | by wakeknot

A reasonable compromise for price vs quality. I like the espresso out of the Silvia and the Mypressi twist better, but this is a good choice, too, in this price class.
5

GAGGIA Baby Twin Espresso Machine

(on Gaggia Baby Twin Espresso Machine)

June 17, 2011 | by vessi_niki

I've been drinking cappucino daily, ever since I bought this machine- just can't get enough of it. It is what I expected in terms of vision and performance. Solid machine from every angle you look at it. Easy to operate and maintain, it produces perfect shots of espresso. I'm still learning how to prepare good cappucino- have some difficulties with getting consistently good milk froth, other than that I enjoy my first espresso machine and hope to use it for some time.
4

Gaggia baby twin

(on Gaggia Baby Twin Espresso Machine)

April 26, 2011 | by swsimmons

Solid semi automatic machine that produces great espresso. A lot of commercial components and stainless steel body gives it that 'prosumer' feel. Heats up to temp rather quickly due to the small boiler. The fact that the heating elements are outside the boiler is a benefit in that they won't succumb to corrosion. Can get good to great shots quite consistently. Clear water tank allows you to see how much you have so you don't run out. good size drip tray is another plus. Warm up is quick.3-Way solenoid valve is nice feature. Doesn't take up a lot of room on kitchen counter. Stainless Steel construction is nice.
4

Superior Shot Quality, Convenience, Mediocre Steaming

(on Gaggia Baby Twin Espresso Machine)

April 26, 2011 | by walls.aaron

Here is my review of the Baby Twin from my CoffeeGeek.com profile: The Gaggia Baby Twin is designed with convenience in mind. The programmable buttons are a plus, and the preinfusion cycle does have a noticeable impact on shot quality. Even though they claim to have "Twin Boilers", the Baby Twin has the standard 3.5oz aluminum boiler that all Gaggias have, but this one also includes a little thing called a thermobloc. The thermobloc is an aluminum block that is heated, and water gets pumped into to create steam. To this extent, it does its job well. With little down time (5 seconds or so) between shots and steam, it is better than all of Gaggia's other consumer offerings. Unfortunately, they give you the "Turbo Frother" attachment to use this wonderful thermobloc with. This supposedly makes it easier to froth (see coffee geek's detailed guide to milk frothing with a froth assister for more info). That may be the case, but as a former barista, I find this crippling. There's no chance of making microfoam here. With removing the turbo frother, you can get better results, but it's not ideal (and for $700, I don't know about you, but I expect the ideal). What is ideal however, is the supreme temperature stability of this machine. I am not sure how Gaggia changed the internals of the Baby Twin from other models (namely the Classic), aside from the thermobloc, but the temperature range in the PF is much tighter and higher than all other data I could find on the Classic (182F-190F). Using the styrofoam cup test, the Baby Twin ranged from 194 to 202 F over the course of 10 tests. The higher end (199-202) always occurred immediately after the boiler clicked off, where the lower end (194 - 196) occurred all other times. I've read that this machine could be an HX alternative. It is not. If you are on the fence about an HX machine, just buy the Expobar Pulsar, its only $100 more than this and you will be infinitely more happy. If superior shot quality, convenience, and aesthetics are important to you, then this is the machine. If you have dreams of being a latte artist, then look elsewhere.
4

Excellent

(on Gaggia New Baby Espresso Machine)

January 26, 2012 | by intrepid510

The Gaggia New Baby is very similar to other Gaggia line espresso machines; Gaggia Baby Twin, Gaggia Baby New Classic, Gaggia Classic and the Evolution. This particular model while having a plastic and metal housing, has the same fantastic boiler in the machines with massive 1400 watts of power that heat it up quick in the order of 10 minutes. Also the chromed brass portafilter helps with keeping the temperature constant during brewing. Besides the styling and few other minor features the main different with this machines and it's more expensive brothers is that it has a fixed over pressure valve, so you cannot adjust the pressure of the machine down or up. This makes it slightly hard to make espresso because you have to be better at grinding and tamping. It is however, very possible to get good espresso still though. Other than that it's really the same machine, and should be one to consider when deciding to buy a small home espresso machine.
4

Splitting hairs

(on Gaggia New Baby Espresso Machine)

November 15, 2011 | by jbviau

Re: the differences between this model and the cheaper Classic, see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7G4Z1PzPao8
4

Gaggia Baby

(on Gaggia New Baby Espresso Machine)

April 26, 2011 | by gary55

I've owned my Gaggia Baby for two years and have had not problems with it. I descale it every three months, back flush it twice a month. Just wish it had a bigger boiler, since I drink nothing but straight shots I have no problem but if I were to make milk drinks then you'd have to wait for the boiler to heat up to produce steam and then you are limited to making one then have to was a little to make a second. But I'm very satisfied with it since it was my first espresso machine, when I go to up grade I'll looking at either a double boiler or an HX machine with the E61 group head.
5

pro grade

(on Gaggia TS Semi-Commercial Espresso Machine)

December 27, 2011 | by EricBNC


With Gaggia quality built into this top of the line espresso machine the home user or cafe owner looking for a smaller capacity machine need look no further than this one - it is very well built.
4

Style and Simplicity

(on Gaggia Brera Espresso Machine)

December 11, 2011 | by CME

Gaggia has long been the epitome of Italian espresso heritage, and Gaggia has included all the features a coffee enthusiast could want on this quality bean-to-cup coffee machine. The Gaggia Brera automatic coffee machine allows you to brew your coffee the barista way in the comfort of your own home with its compact design, ease of use and its energy saving capabilities, while the Gaggia Brera automatically switches to standby mode after one hour to save you energy when not in use, using less than one watt per hour when in standby mode, while the twin boiler reduces the waiting time between coffee brewing and steam output to just a few seconds. Enjoying quality coffee in the comfort of your own home is easy with the compact and stylish Gaggia Brera bean-to-cup coffee machine. This compact and lightweight machine comes with an electronic LED control panel, a 250g bean hopper and a 15 bar pressure pump for professional results. It has an integrated ceramic coffee grinder, and is easy to clean due to the removable brewing unit. It also has a good-sized water tank and a stainless steel boiler. In short, the Gaggia Brera is an effortless and efficient bean-to-cup coffee machine and would make a great addition to any kitchen. To read more about the Gaggia Brera and other top brands and models go to www.coffeemachineexpert.co.uk
4

great

(on Gaggia Brera Espresso Machine)

September 29, 2011 | by amof

Works great for our morning coffee. Haven't quite got the hang of using the steam wand yet like I could with my old Krups or Solis machines - so can't comment on that. Have only managed to approximate a latte, rather than get good froth. I'm sure I've just got some learning to do. However very happy with the performance of the rest of the machine so far (touch wood). Also the size is great - doesn't take up too much of a kitchen bench. Now the downside to this is you are refilling the water (and beans) more frequently. But that's a trade off I'm happy with.
4

Excellent machine but a little noisy

(on Gaggia Brera Espresso Machine)

September 8, 2011 | by mbysf

I bought this as my wife was continually moaning since her best friend bought an equivalent machine at www.delonghicoffeemachines.org. We use it everyday and this is much better than the Delonghi, my wife now thinks I can do no wrong and my life is alot better thanks to this coffee maker.
4

FANTASTIC

(on Gaggia Brera Espresso Machine)

June 20, 2011 | by healingbluesky

I have now owned this machine for about a month. Prior to this purchase I purchased a Saeco Incanto from another dealer. However I had many problems with the Saeco machine and had to return it... then I purchased my Gaggia Brera from Roaste.com After all the bad luck I had with the previous machine I was really nervous. However my machine arrived very quickly and with all the parts and in working order right from the start. It was easy to work. This machine makes a great, strong cappuccino. However you have to treat the machine with love. You need to check the water level before every coffee...and your beans. Do not let your beans get low or else I find that it then makes a very weak cup. It took about 10 coffees before it worked itself out and made the perfect cup. A good sign of a good cup is that it is depositing a round and hard coffee puck into the dregs drawer at the end of the cycle. I also find that it does not made a very hot coffee...however once I add the frothed milk, it raises the temp to a very satisfactory hot. I also clean the entire milk wand after every coffee or I find it does not froth well the next time. Make sure that little pin hole in the wand is clear. It makes the coffee quickly each time. RoastE.com also replied to me quickly when I had a question. I cannot wait to wake up each day and turn it on and make my cappuccino. :)
5

Gaggia Brera Espresso Maker

(on Gaggia Brera Espresso Machine)

April 26, 2011 | by mvittorelli

I just recently received this machine as a Xmas gift. I use it daily and I love it. Makes a great cup of Espresso long or short with just a press of a button. As long as it is filled with water and beans and used ground container is empty you are set to go. Very easy to operate and maintain. Well worth the $$. Looks really classy compared to other machines. Compact size and nice stainless steel front panel. You can access all the compartments from the front as well. No need to pull machine out to refill water, etc. Beans are added on the top and it has a sealed cover to keep them fresh. You can't go wrong with this one.
5

Gaggia Accademia Espresso Machine

(on Gaggia Accademia Espresso Machine )

September 5, 2011 | by bruk111

We looked at a lot of different fully automatic machines, (mostly on line and reading reviews like this one), before centering in on the Academia. For the most part we are very satisfied with our choice, produces a great cup of espresso, works with ANY type of bean, (doesn't have the limitation of many of the automatics, which is they don't take oily beans -What? espresso beans ARE oily...), all in all it is a good looking, solid, great piece of equipment. As others have pointed out it is constructed mostly of metal, which I really like, instead of plastic like many of the machines on the market. We love the design of the milk caraffe, clear plastic so you can easily see home much is left - much better than the ugly bottle style on other automatics, that set on the counter with a little siphon tube to the machine. The caraffe, with its built-in little handle sets mostly in the refigerator filled with milk, easy to retrieve and then quickly snap into place on the front of the machine. The steam comes out to meet the caraffe where the actual frothing takes place, so no milk goes into the machine itself, (great design). Self cleaning of the caraffe is frequent, but is OK with us because it seems to keep the frothing system free of any old milk built-up and the caraffe comes apart easily for occasional cleaning. The progamming for the various automatic button functions is easy to use and fairly intuitive. Now to the areas I think could be improved on future models, (many of which have been mentioned in previous reviews): 1. The Return/catch tank for the water used in the frequent automatic cleaning functions is too small - should be at least twice the current size to minimize dumping. Although quick and easy to do this clean out process, it gets a little tedious. 2. Similar story on the clean water supply tank, its small size necessitates frequent filling... Even 1/3 larger would make a difference. 3. Temperature: The shots come out great. It's when you start adding more than a small amount of steamed milk that you run into problems. The temperature of the cup begins to reduce dramatically, especially if you like a large cup of cafe latte to fill your 16 Oz insulated cup before you head out in the AM. Now... We have figured out, and you CAN simply use the seperate steaming wand to bring the steamed milk up to the 160 degrees or so that WE like for a hot cup of Joe. It doesn't take long but it just adds one more step to the process that we were hoping to minmize with the fully automatic machine. Keeping in mind that the addition of any amount of flavored suryp, (we like vanilla lattes), necessitates some additional frothing/heating anyway, so we kind of put up with this one... The thing is, I don't know if any of the other similar "Super Automatic Machines" do this any better, but I would like to see this area improved if possible. 3. Now this one is just plain silly: To activate either the hot water or steam to the seperate wand, you hit one of the main buttons, the one on the bottom left on the face of the machine, THIS activates the two middle of the four central control/programming buttons just below the video display screen. So far so good, right? The difficulty comes with the icons on the initial button on the lower left of the machine, the activating button: They show the wand with the steam coming out of it on the LEFT, and the cup of coffee icon, (to indicate hot water), on the RIGHT. But once you hit this first activating button and move to the central screen to see which small black button below has been activated for what, the location of the icons is reversed. NOW its coffee cup/hot water on the LEFT, and Steaming wand on the RIGHT! VERY confusing for the novice. Now for sure, after a while you barely look at the buttons and icons because you memorize their positions, however, when you are trying to teach other friends or family members how to "make their own cup" which everyone loves to do with these automatic machines - boom - now its confusing again. This one has a simple solution, however: Just change the software. You don't even have to reprint the first button face, just make the video screen show and activate the steam wand on the left and the hot water cup on the right, just like it shows on the face of the first activating button. Simple right? This one should be fixed, its easy, it should be done. "Just do it" as Nike would say... Well that's about it, I could repeat a lot of other comments others have made about the machine but that doesn't seem to serve. Overall a great machine, have had no problems in the month we have owned it, and with the limitations listed above, both my wife and I can easily and consistently produce a great cup of coffee from a good looking machine -- and that's what we were looking for.
5

Best Expresso Machine!

(on Gaggia Accademia Espresso Machine )

April 1, 2011 | by michael2

I have owned many Supper Automatics and this is far better easer to use then them all. I bought this as a gift for family with some Hawaiian Coffee and we can't stop using it. It is just so good. The Gaggia is built like a tank easy to clean and even can make tea. I highly recommend this to anyone wanting the best machine on the market. Plus Roaste had a great price and shipping was very fast. I am very happy.
5

gaggia quality

(on Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine)

December 27, 2011 | by EricBNC


Top of the line super automatic espresso machine here - with this unit you can make the same quality espresso at home as you can find in the best coffee shops - top of the line automatic espresso machine.
10

visionary design

(on Gaggia Platinum Vision Espresso Machine with Milk Island)

December 27, 2011 | by EricBNC


Top of the line super automatic espresso machine here - with this unit you can make the same quality espresso at home as you can find in the best coffee shops - top of the line automatic espresso machine.
10

swinging style

(on Gaggia Platinum Swing Up Espresso Machine with Milk Island)

December 27, 2011 | by EricBNC


The Gaggia Platinum Swing Up is a top of the line super automatic espresso machine - with this unit you can make the same quality espresso at home as you can find in the best coffee shops - top of the line automatic espresso machine here from Gaggia - a name you can trust for great espresso equipment.
 

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