Coffee maker or Espresso?
I like to buy a new coffee maker for my home, but which one is better, a normal coffee maker or an espresso? Espresso machines are more expensive but does it really make the taste better. How is your experience with espresso.
- fingmeowLv 6hace 1 décadaRespuesta preferida
Unless you like the process of making espresso, stick with a good, regular coffee maker. You can get one with a built in grinder, so the coffee is fresh. I have both, but I rarely use the espresso machine.
- hace 1 década
Espresso and coffee are two different beverages. Espresso is a specialty drink and is thicker and more concentrated that coffee. On its own, it's also a bit sweeter than coffee. Espresso is often used as a base for lattes and cappuccinos.
Personally, I think of espresso as an after-dinner brew. Coffee, on the other hand, can be consumed any time of the day or night. I'd go with a regular coffee maker. If you do, I also recommend buying and grinding your own beans (instead of buying pre-ground coffee). It tastes fresher if you grind your own.
- markLv 7hace 1 década
I love espresso, but I would not have an espresso machine as my only means of making coffee. I need my regular brewed coffee more often than I would be drinking espresso
- stilldevelopingLv 5hace 1 década
My espresso turned out YUCKY! I tried over and over again, for about a year. The espresso maker was a gift from a friend. I tried turning it into lattes, cappuccino, etc. They were gross, nothing like Starbuck's. So, I would recommend a regular coffee maker. Treat yourself to Starbuck's once a week, and drink your other coffee daily.
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- hace 1 década
well you want an electric machine?
i heard there's those that can make both coffee and espresso coffee