If God loves coffee, it’s probably espresso that he (or she) drinks. It is the most flavorful and interesting coffee going. It’s also, probably, a little too strong for your day-to-day, minute-to-minute cup of Joe. If you lived on it, you’d probably need to live very close to a bathroom all the time.
But as a treat it’s awesome. And that means we need an espresso maker which is not going to break the bank. If you don’t drink it all the time – a $7,000 coffee machine is out of the question. It’s out of the question even if you do for most of us ordinary mortals and this brings us to the Robolife 2-Cup Espresso Maker.
What Is Espresso?
If you’ve had espresso and enjoyed it but aren’t sure about the differences between it and normal coffee; this video from ChefSteps is very helpful in walking you through it. I found it really useful and I think that you might too:
It was short and to the point too. 😊
So, About The Robolife Espresso Maker?
I think my only reservation with this device is that it’s so small. 2 cups?
It’s enough for you and your hubby after a romantic meal together but it’s practically useless for post-dinner espressos for a group of friends unless you want to spend an hour in the kitchen.
However, it’s cheap as a very cheap thing and that means it’s good value for money. It makes a decent espresso (certainly as good as you’ll get without a source of high-pressure) and it looks fine too. So, it gets a happy thumbs up from us.
Also, it’s your lucky day! You can enter to win one here:
If you want additional information regarding coffee makers peruse our Kitchen Authority Complete Guide to Coffee Makers. It’s an honest appraisal of the all best coffee makers.