Posts tagged gaggia-espresso-pure
Learn how to disassemble and replace a group gasket on a Gaggia Color, Gaggia Pure or Gaggia Dose semi-automatic espresso machine. Step-by-step instructions guide you through the process including boiler removal, cleaning the group gasket seat and reassembling the machine. Shop Everything Coffee at: http://www.wholelattelove.com/
Whole Latte Love brings you a close and personal look at the Gaggia Brand. Italian pioneer Achille Gaggia has been hailed as the Father of the Modern Espresso Machine. He was driven by passion and inspiration, and the current developers at Gaggia are no different. Their dedication to their craft has allowed the renowned Gaggia name to dominate the market and retain its position as the number 1 manufacturer of home espresso machines in Italy. See machines here:...
If you want to make lattes, cappuccinos or espresso at home and are looking for an entry level machine to get started in home espresso brewing, try the Gaggia Espresso Pure or Gaggia Espresso Color semi-automatic espresso machine. These products are both discontinued; check out all the other Gaggia products! Buy Gaggia here: http://www.wholelattelove.com/brands/gaggia
Learn how to clean a group valve for a Gaggia Color, Dose or Pure espresso machine through this step-by-step video. We recommend the group head of your espresso machine be cleaned every six months to avoid common issues. Click here to see and buy Gaggia machines and cleaning products: http://www.wholelattelove.com/brands/gaggia
Hello. Everyone seems to love this machine, so I'm wondering why I hate it. I have been brewing espresso and lattes at home for over 5 years, so I am not a beginning. I use high-quality coffee for a local coffee shop that grinds the beans for espresso. However, every time I brew espresso with...
I'm looking to purchase my first espresso machine. Whats the difference between the Gaggia Espresso and the Gaggia Evolution? Which one would be better.
I purchased the Gaggia Espresso Pure about 6 months ago and I love it. However, recently my coffee is not coming out well. Steam is coming out of the filter basket and coffee grounds comes out as well (probably from top of the filter basket) . What is going on? What can I do?