EspressoWorks 7 Pc All-In-One Espresso Machine Bundle Set AEW1000 Review

EspressoWorks 7 Pc AIO Espresso Machine Set


EspressoWorks AEW1000 is an all-in-one 1350W semi-automatic espresso machine with a 15 bar pump pressure system, offered as a bundle set of 7 pieces, including the espresso machine, a stainless steel 12.7oz. milk frothing cup, a stainless steel high-quality portafilter, a measuring spoon and a tamper, a 135W (120V) electric bean grinder and two ceramic espresso cups of 3.6-ounce capacity each. So it comes with pretty much everything you need, to help you make great tasting cappuccino, latte, macchiato, Americano and espresso. It is easy to operate and becomes ready to use in just 45 seconds after you turn it on with the single touch on and off button as it heats up very quickly, and you’ll just need to add fresh beans for grinding in the fancy grinder. The 15-bar pump system and the patented design stainless steel filter ensure great-tasting and creamy espresso. You will get your coffee at the accurate temperature specified with the Thermoblock System that heats fast and also steam instantly. There is a detachable front view water reservoir with a 1.25 liter capacity and a handle to easily get it out when you need to refill it with water or clean it, as you’ll be able to see the water levels clearly as well, which you wouldn’t be able to if it were at the back like with other coffee machines. 


EspressoWorks weighs 9.7 pounds and measures 9.8 x 9 x 11.5 inches- is easy on the eyes and looks lovely in stainless steel / silver and black. You’ll find a removable drip tray and an also removable frothing device that help you avoid the mess and clean the unit easier- both are easy to clean and rinse. There is a stainless steel heating tray at the top so you can preheat your cups when you’re brewing your coffee and frothing your milk. You’ll get a separate electric bean grinder (120 volts plug-in) with a professional feel that will give you the finely ground coffee, and you just need to twist the top part manually. Orange LED indicates that the power button is on and the green one at the top is the “Ready” light when it is ready for brewing or steaming. It is perfectly safe to use with overheating and overpressure protections and you should have no problems. You’ll get one year warranty by EspressoWorks that is valid from the first say of your purchase and the level of customer service is apparently very high and you’ll get through quickly to someone and they will be genuinely helpful (according to customer experiences). This would make a great alternative to those that use coffee pods and for the price level concerned it seems to be very good value for money if you’d like to grind your own coffee beans, get a creamy and great tasting espresso and froth your milk, but is rather easy to use and set up as there is no installation required.

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