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6 of the Most Costly Espresso Machines

6 of the Most Costly Espresso Machines

If you’re going to make a cup of coffee, do it in style. These are some of the most expensive espresso machines you can buy.

While most of us resort to coffee shops for our regular cup of joe, some prefer to brew their own to their liking. Proper coffee making can be daunting. It’s more than just putting some beans in a grinder and running hot water. It can be a bit of a science, but once you get the hang of it, it’s hard not to go deeper and deeper into the rabbit hole. Before you know it, you’ll be trying to buy yourself your very own espresso machine.

So if you’ve caught the barista bug and you’re not one to skimp on what you buy, take a look at this list of the most expensive espresso machines.

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The most expensive espresso machines for your home 

Nuova Simonelli Musica – USD 2,495

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The name “Nuova Simonelli” is well-known among coffee makers as a trusted brand. While it provides high-end machines for professional use, the company promises that Musica is “extremely simple to use even for non-expert coffee lovers”. The Musica comes with a steam wand, portafilter, and a thermally controlled dispensing group. On top of that, it’s only 32 centimetres wide so it can fit on your kitchen countertop with ease. 

Breville Oracle Touch – USD 2,799

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This Breville espresso machine is coffee-making made easy, which may perhaps turn away some of the purists out there. As its name implies, this espresso machine has a digital touchscreen UI so you can simply swipe and press to make your favourite cup of joe. You can also set your own preferences and save your very own creation so all you have to do is pick and press next time. It also has an auto grind, dose, and tamp feature. 

Rocket Espresso R Nine One – USD 6,500

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This stainless steel thing of beauty is another compact machine that’s perfect for your home but has the features of a professional espresso machine. There are five pre-set programmes so you can make your coffee with ease, but for those who know what they’re doing, you can also choose to go all manual. You can also program the machine so that it’s ready to go for you right when you wake up.  

Faema Faemina Espresso Machine – USD 4,999

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This espresso machine is elegant at first glance with a design that can adapt to different aesthetics, whether it’s the urban Anodised Black and Grey colour to the more cosy Satin Copper and Aluminum Lighting. This machine has two boilers for brewing and steaming, volumetric controls, an app that allows you to control the machine, and voice recognition. You can also get autosteam for perfect milk frothing as an add-on. 

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La Marzocco GS3 MP – USD 8,700

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Simple yet packing a punch, the La Marzocco GS3 MP is the company’s effort to bring its advanced technology to a machine made for the home. With a PID controller, digital display, and a preheating system, this espresso machine doesn’t just make great coffee but it looks aesthetically pretty on your countertop too. You can even customise it with tempered side glass panels.

Aviatore Veloce TurboJet – USD 21,565

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No, this isn’t a plane engine that fell out of the sky. The curious-looking Aviatore Veloce TurboJet is touted as a “high-pressure brewing system” though surely it doesn’t take that much pressure to make coffee. If it isn’t clear yet, no, it doesn’t use a real plane engine, but the reason why it fetches such a high price is because it’s bespoke. This means that USD 20k price tag could go higher. Oh, and the propellers also turn when it’s on. Does it contribute to the coffee-making process? No, it’s simply for aesthetics. 

Source: Prestige Online

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