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NEW Saeco Gran Baristo for the Modern Espresso Drinker

After 28 years Saeco seeks to redefine the bean-to-cup experience with the Gran Baristo Super-Automatic espresso machine. Slimmer, faster, and more efficient than any of their previous machines, the Gran Baristo is designed to address the needs and wants of the modern espresso drinker. With...

In-Depth: Saeco Minuto Class Espresso Machine

A fusion of convenience and flexibility, the innovative Saeco Minuto Class is both an espresso machine and a single-cup coffee brewer. It's all thanks to the innovative dual pressure level, which is used to transition the machine from one brewing mode to the other. When the lever is flipped down,...

Best Value Fully Automatic Espresso Machines

Marc and Morgan take a look at two fully automatic espresso machines that are easy to use, reliable and represent a great value. With the Gaggia Syncrony Logic RS and the Saeco Vienna Plus, you can prepare cafe quality drinks right at home! Gaggia Syncrony Logic:...

Saeco Exprelia Evo Automatic Espresso Machine

Latte, cappuccino, and macchiato lovers take note, the Saeco Exprelia Evo super automatic espresso machine may be just what you're looking for. Featuring the brand-new H2 Technology Milk Carafe with dual chambers, the Exprelia Evo is capable of creating rich, creamy froth for a number of decadent...

Saeco Exprelia Evo Automatic Espresso Machine

Latte, cappuccino, and macchiato lovers take note, the Saeco Exprelia Evo super automatic espresso machine may be just what you're looking for. Featuring the brand-new H2 Technology Milk Carafe with dual chambers, the Exprelia Evo is capable of creating rich, creamy froth for a number of decadent...

By Nick B
How To Choose a Fully-Automatic Espresso Machine - Countertop Cafe

Learn about the systems and features of Fully-Automatic Espresso Machines. Morgan and Mark from Whole Latte Love take an in-depth look at the capabilities of machines which make delicious cafe quality beverages like lattes, cappuccinos, espresso and some of the best coffee from whole beans at the...

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Question by Elizabeth M.

I cleaned my Saeco Giro Plus using the descaler as instructed, but the "clean machine" light is still on. Is there a way to turn the light off?

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by: Elizabeth (♥0) | Sep 25, 2013

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Question by Rudolph L.

Saeco Minuto Focus: Does this machine require any replaceable items, e.g., water filters, etc. for routine operation & maintenance?

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by: Rudolph (♥0) | Sep 21, 2013

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Question by Rudolph L.

I've currently got a Jura-Capresso E8 (bought directly from Jura when my previous machine needed a 2nd repair) that needs brew group service. Although it's certainly been a convenient machine when not needing service, I've always been somewhat disappointed with the coffee strength/taste. ...

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by: Rudolph (♥0) | Sep 20, 2013

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Question by Rudolph L.

Does the Saeco Minuto have an easily removable brew group for periodic cleaning?

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by: Rudolph (♥0) | Sep 20, 2013

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Question by Londa O.

What is the temperature of the milk when its steamed/froth?

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by: Londa (♥0) | Sep 10, 2013

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Question by John T.

What is the height of the Exprelia when the top access doors are open? Also, what is the front to back length of those access doors. Thanks

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by: John (♥0) | Sep 04, 2013

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Question by Robert G.

Do you put the instant coffee in the machine or is it just a frother?

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by: Robert (♥0) | Aug 12, 2013

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Question by david c.

I have a new Vienna plus is this the best way to go?

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by: david (♥0) | Aug 03, 2013

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Question by Leonard M.

Where are these cups made?

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by: Leonard (♥0) | Aug 02, 2013

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Question by Leonard M.

Where are these cups made.

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by: Leonard (♥0) | Aug 02, 2013

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Question by richard f.

my giro plus has been leaking coffee for awhile --- now it is too much to deal with. Looks to be from behind the brew group. Maybe 2 small o rings on the nozzle behind the brew group and connects to it. Is that like or do i have another problem?

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by: richard (♥0) | Jul 04, 2013

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Question by Valerie C.

Can I use ground espresso instead of beans in the odea giro plus?

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by: Valerie (♥0) | Jul 01, 2013