I tried the Delonghi Specialista Arte. It’s the best cheap bean to cup coffee machine thanks to one ingenious piece of plastic

There are many different types of espresso coffee machine, but they can be split into two main camps. There are machines that are like scaled down versions of what you’ll find in a coffee shop, with a portafilter – the bit the coffee goes in – being filled with ground coffee that’s then pressed – ‘tamped’ – down and slotted into a group head, where hot water is pushed through it to make espresso. However, by far the larger group of espresso machines, whether pod or bean to cup, do everything internally using a totally different process to gain more or less the same results.

Why is this? To put it simply, traditional espresso machines are harder to use and messier. You have to have some level of skill, and this can be intimidating. However there is little doubt that a trad machine gives you far greater control over what comes out and, in theory, should give better results overall. That’s a bit of an oversimplification, since a lot of coffee machines get basic things wrong – grind level, water pressure, timings – and what comes out isn’t very nice, regardless of your skill levels or lack of same.

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I tried the Delonghi Specialista Arte. It’s the best cheap bean to cup coffee machine thanks to one ingenious piece of plastic

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