Gaggia Viva 74537 15 Bar Coffee Machine £94.99 Free Delivery from Paysan.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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The web price is £99.99 but use code GAG5 on the checkout page for an additional £5 off.

Gaggia is the best known Italian manufacturer of coffee machines for professional and household use, and its name, is synonymous with tradition and reliability the world over. The company was set up in 1947 by Achille Gaggia, the man to whom we are indebted for the success of espresso coffee.

The new Gaggia Viva manual coffee machine is finished in a stylish and durable ABS body. Although the Viva is one of the smallest in the extensive Gaggia range, it has quickly built up a good reputation due to the fact it is still well equipped with features. The Viva includes a milk frother, a large cup warmer, a 15 bar pressure pump and a removable drip tray.

This machine produces coffee from both Gaggia Pods and Ground Coffee, details of which can be found in 'Coffee Accessories', or click here.


Traditional milk frother
Uses ground coffee or coffee pods
Large cup warmer
Aluminium alloy filter holder for rapid heating
2 Filter baskets for one or two shot use allowing one or 2 cups to be made at a time
Comes with measuring spoon and coffee tamper
1 Litre Removable drip tray
High quality Durable ABS body
Side filling removable water reservoir
15 Bar electric pump
26 x 29.7 x 22cm (LxHxD)
2 Year UK Warranty
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#1
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#2
Very good price

£139 in House of Fraser http://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/Gaggia+Viva+Espresso/112803643,default,pd.html or £149 in most other places.
#3
matalan were doing these last year for cheaper, £49. if it lasts more than a month you've got a good one, had to take 2 back, sorry voted cold. i picked up a baby gaggia from gaggia themselves, refurb/rework 2 year grtee with 6 boxes of intense pods for £119.
#4
Again, these machines cannot beat a decent cafetiere used properly. I really don't see why anyone would pay anything like this amount of money.
#5
Pokey
Again, these machines cannot beat a decent cafetiere used properly. I really don't see why anyone would pay anything like this amount of money.


Cant agree there mate - different quality altogether!
#6
Pokey
Again, these machines cannot beat a decent cafetiere used properly. I really don't see why anyone would pay anything like this amount of money.


Except they are completely different types of coffee.

These are ESPRESSO machines and they make drinks that are based on a concentrated shot of ESPRESSO roasted coffee produced by passing water at high pressure through the grounds.

A cafetiere (also known as a French press) just makes a standard filter coffee.
#7
Oh dear, what rubbish. Two people who are either doing it wrong or just don't know what they're talking about. A cafetiere makes filter coffee does it? Yes it can make coffee using standard and cheap nasty grounds that those who know no better would shove in a filter machine, or this espresso machine in question. However, a cafetiere will always make a much better coffee than any of this rubbish by using fresh, high quality beans that have been ground to a person's exact preference moments before being used, and brewed using an exact method that brings out the oils, qualities and taste in coffee in a way that no filter machine or espresso machine could ever do. There is no comparison, and anyone who thinks there ever can be is simply wrong.
#8
and anyone who thinks there ever can be is simply wrong


:roll: Hmmm, not quite sure you'd find too many coffee aficionados that would agree with you one that one (despite your tolerant approach to voicing your opinions!)

As someone said earlier, they're two different methods for making what are essentially two different drinks. However, most people who take their coffee seriously (and some take it extremely seriously!) would say that espresso is the best way to truly taste a coffee.

The comments about grind are true whatever method you use - you'll always get a better coffee using a high quality, freshly roasted, properly ground (ie appropriate for preparation method) bean than using some old stale pre ground. Again this is even more true for an espresso where an extremely fine and even grind is critical to getting it right. But when you do get it right, with a decent crema and all the flavours, then an espresso gives the real essence of a coffee.

A well prepared cafetiere can make a nice drink too, but for me (and most people who are really in to their coffee) there's no comparison.
#9
That's three people. Wrong.
#10
Pokey
That's three people. Wrong.


You had better make that four.

Keith
#11
Wow this is old but POKEY get a grip!! espresso is DIFFERENT to the coffee you are talking about!
MAKE THAT six people "wrong"

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