In order to make a shot of espresso without an espresso machine, use a cafetiere, Moka pot or Handpresso to brew the espresso beans. Espresso is made by water passing through coffee grounds at a high pressure, and this p... More »

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As of October 2014, the best home espresso machines according to ConsumerSearch.com are the semi-automatic Rancilio Silvia, super-automatic Saeco Exprelia EVO, ROK Presso manual espresso maker and Bialetti 6800 Moka Expr... More »

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To make a cup of cappuccino, you need an espresso machine with a built-in steaming wand, fresh milk and espresso coffee. Although whole milk produces the best results, low-fat and skim milk can also be used. More »

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Use espresso beans by grinding them in a burr grinder, and then placing them in either a pump-style espresso machine or a countertop pressure machine. Unlike the course grind of coffee used for most other coffee makers, ... More »

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A shot of espresso that is equal to 1.5 ounces contains approximately 77 milligrams of caffeine; if the shot is a single ounce, it has about 64 milligrams of caffeine. Espresso serving sizes vary greatly at individual co... More »

The modern espresso machine was created by Milan coffee bartender Achille Gaggia on Sept. 5, 1938. Gaggia’s revolutionary design used a unique piston mechanism that forced pressurized water through coffee beans, producin... More »

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To make a cup of cappuccino, you need an espresso machine with a built-in steaming wand, fresh milk and espresso coffee. Although whole milk produces the best results, low-fat and skim milk can also be used. More »

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