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Here at Whole Latte Love we carry an extensive line of formidable espresso machines and the Bezzera BZ10 is one of our newest additions. This machine has the looks, the power, and the price to earn itself a place in our prosumer pantheon.
Marc and Morgan go over the capabilities of the Bezzera Strega. HomeBarista.com gave this machine a 4.5 out of 5 review saying it's "...like playing a fine musical instrument". Using the pump in combination with the lever allows a user to do pressure profiling and extract master class level espresso from the finest coffees available. The Strega's lever plus pump system adds a new dimension of control to espresso extractions.
If you have a single boiler espresso machine and you’re considering an upgrade, you might want a heat exchange machine with temperature stability, great steaming power and a small footprint.
Compact, affordable, and made from quality materials and components, the Bezzera BZ10 espresso machine is ideal for one looking to enter the prosumer market while saving money and counter space. Named for its unique, electrically heated BZ10 group head, the machine impresses inside and out.
If you’re an espresso lover, there’s a lot of beauty on the inside as well. A large, 2 liter, copper heat-exchange boiler. So you can brew and steam at the same time. And you’ve got loads of steaming power. With a little practice, you can start a shot and finish steaming milk before your shot is done. Compared to a regular single boiler machine you can cut milk based drink prep time by more than half.Marc and Morgan go over the capabilities of the Bezzera Galatea Domus semi-automatic espresso machine. It features retro-Italian styling, superbly finished stainless steel body and a large 2 liter heat-exchange copper boiler. This machine makes excellent espresso and a real style statement!
It’s a ten inch wide espresso powerhouse. Some feel it produces espresso with flavor of greater clarity. It’s a rather unique machine. It has a heat-exchange boiler with PID and a electrically heated group head. Today, an in-depth look at the Bezzera BZ07. Specifically the “D-E” model with PID.