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DeLonghi Nescafé Dolce Gusto Jovia Pod Capsule Coffee Machine, Espresso, Cappuccino, Latte and more,EDG250.B, Black
£34.99 in stock
3 used from £34.29
- Maximum 15 bar pump pressure for coffee shop quality. 40 varieties of hold and cold drinks
- Automatically shuts off power 5 minutes after the last coffee brew to save energy
- Easy to use and clean. Rated voltage/Frequency (volt~Hz): 220/240~50/60
- Pods available in supermarkets and online
- Two year guarantee
Pod espresso machines exemplify ease of use. Fill up the water tank, pop in a pod and hit the button. In seconds flat, you’ll have consistently great espresso. Where a pod-based coffee machine uses hot water and a coarse grind, pod-based espresso machines call for a finer grind and shoot boiling water at speed through tightly-packed grinds.
This pod espresso maker is on the cheaper end of the machines we tested in the roundup, and its price clearly suggested its quality. Marketed with 20-bar high-pressure pump—a standard espresso pump is 16-bar—it seems to be on par with a professional barista pump, but the Mueller espresso maker failed to deliver a dense, aroma-filled, and balanced shot of coffee.
Coffee manufactures produce the E.S.E. pods, removing the need to grind, and measure the coffee. Pods are calculated with the exact 7 grams of coffee necessary for one espresso shot. Therefore, all you will need to do is place the pod in the espresso machine, and push the brew button.