December 9, 2007

Cuisinart EM200 Espresso Machine Unboxing

We are pretty excited to have another programmable espresso machine in the house to try out for a while. The unit is a beautiful Cuisinart EM200 programmable espresso machine that has two pre-set sizes to choose from at the push of a button. The unit is a very sturdy stainless steel unit that looks pretty sharp sitting on the counter. It boasts a 15-bar pump-driven extraction system, has a swing out foaming/frothing arm, and a pretty respectable 64 ounce reservoir.


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Everything is pretty well packed in there, but it's easy to see the gleaming stainless peeking out from the packing.


The unit comes with three portafilter baskets - a Single, a Double and a special ESE Pod filter basket that all fit into one portafilter handle.


What's in the box?
The Cuisinart EM200, a portafilter handle and three adapters, a metal frothing pitcher, two small pins to clean out the portafilter baskets, a scoop/tamp, a DVD on how to make Espresso drinks and an instruction booklet.

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Posted by Scott Martin at December 9, 2007 9:07 AM
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