Italian Coffee Machine

Top Italian Espresso Machine Brands. We’ll be reviewing the machines from the following Italian brands.

Top Best Italian Espresso Machines in 2020

Italian coffee maker, or “macchinetta” as we call it in Italy, to make espresso.

The Italian espresso machine here is understood to be an espresso machine made in Italy.

Best “Made In Italy” Espresso Machines

Perhaps, espresso is one of the world’s most known coffees. But what makes it different from a regular coffee? For one, it’s a strong and healthy coffee variant that suits those with a discerning taste.

How To Brew With A Siphon Coffee Maker

The coffee siphon (or vac-pot) experienced a renaissance among coffee professionals around 2007. In its heyday, baristas wielded siphons as they wielded portafilters: updosed, interpretively underextracted, and shrouded in a wizard’s cloak of theater and pocket science. While some cafes still offer siphons, it’s nowhere near as popular as it once was—but that doesn’t mean it’s not delightful and...

A Guide To Helsinki’s Dreamy Coffee Scene

Scandinavia has long been known as the source of some of the most innovative, tasteful coffee projects in the world. Nordic Approach and Tim Wendelboe are the names on everyone’s lips in Norway; Johan and Nyström and Drop Coffee (winner of the 2013 Sprudgie for Notable Roaster) produce some of the best baristas and coffees in Sweden; and down in...

Nespresso BNE800 Creatista Sage Brushed 1600 W

Nespresso BNE800 Creatista Sage Brushed 1600 W
With a premium design and stainless steel finish, the Nespresso Creatista Plus gives you the ability to easily create personalised café-style quality coffees at home. The Nespresso Creatista Plus has an intuitive display that allows you to create 8 barista-quality espresso and milk recipes at the touch of a button. Product Description Nespresso BNE800 Creatista Sage Brushed All Nespresso machines extract each...

How To Brew With A Hario V60 Coffee Maker

The Hario V60 Coffee Maker is a pour-over brewer, and a certified Sprudge favorite that’s perfect for brewing with at home. The V60 was invented in 2004 and is manufactured in Japan by Hario. The name stems from its distinct V shape and 60º angle. The brewer is available in various materials—glass, plastic, metal, and our personal favorite, ceramic...

Wize Monkey Is Coffee Tea, But Not THAT Coffee Tea

As Tea Week comes to a close here on Sprudge, we’re going ease ourselves back into robust coffee coverage (don’t want to pull a hammy, y’know), and there is no greater middle ground than coffee tea. Coffee tea is nothing new to the specialty coffee world. Normally, its comes in the form of cascara, made by steeping dried coffee cherries—a...

Carrot Stew | The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

"This simple stew sat simmering for a long time to bring out the sweetness of the carrots." —In-game description, Breath of the Wild Carrot Stew Ingredients: 1 lrg. Onion, chopped 3 Tbsp. Butter, Olive Oil, or Coconut Oil 1/2 tsp. Fine Sea Salt (or table salt) 1 Tbsp. Fresh Ginger, peeled & chopped 1 tsp. Garam Masala or 1/2–1 tsp. Curry Powder (depending on your taste) 1 1/2 lbs....

How To Brew With A Kalita Wave Coffee Maker

Kalita was established in Tokyo, Japan in the late 1950s. The company specializes in drip-based coffee-making equipment—coffee mills, kettles, and pour-over devices. The Kalita Wave began popping up in US cafes in 2012 and took the coffee world by storm. It boasts a flat bottom, which proponents of the Wave claim allow for a more even brew. Here’s our tried-and-true...

The Coffee In Amsterdam’s “Coffeeshops” Has Never Been Better

You have to admit it’s getting better. So reports Karina Hof, a longtime Sprudge staff writer based in Holland, who has for years been fascinated by the disconnect between Amsterdam’s famed “coffeeshops”—lounges where legal cannabis is sold and consumed freely—and the actual coffee served therein. In a city with one of the world’s great modern coffee cultures, and centuries...

Tea Cakes Are The New Sneaker Drops

The tea cake is nothing new. Compressed tea bricks date back to before the Ming Dynasty, where they were traded along the ancient Tea Horse Road across Tibet, Sichuan, and Yunnan. In modern times tea cakes (called bǐngchá) are most commonly used for Pu’erh teas hailing from Yunnan, though other kinds of tea cakes and tea bricks are produced...

How To Brew With An AeroPress Coffee Maker

The AeroPress is a darling among coffee enthusiasts everywhere, and for good reason. Invented by Alan Adler in 2005, the device has become a staple in professional coffee bars and home kitchens over the last decade. Adler is an amazing guy—he’s big on the idea that any of us can be an inventor, and even taught inventing to 7th...