Espresso for the Dorm
Don't know about you but I didn't do the smart thing and take a good coffee maker to college; I drank some pretty bad stuff. If I had to do it over again, I wouldn't, but that's not to say I would spend a lot of money to drink good coffee. The DeLonghi EC140B might just be a decent option for lower cost pump-driven espresso makers.
The DeLonghi EC140B espresso machine is a low cost pump-driven espresso machine from one of the well known appliance makers of Europe. The unit is a pump-driven espresso maker that helps assure better extraction of your precious espresso, which can go through the portafilter designed for singles or doubles. It also accepts ESE Pods. The removable 35-ounce reservoir is plenty big for round after round of espressos. Easy control is had with three simple switches on the front panel, and the flip out frother does the job to get you frothy milk for your cappuccinos. No word from anyone if you can simply steam the milk by taking off the plastic attachment.
The DeLonghi EC 140B is available at Amazon
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Posted by Scott Martin at August 21, 2007 7:11 PM