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Breville All-in-One Coffee House, Espresso, Filter and Pods Coffee Machine with Milk Frother, Dolce Gusto Compatible  - £219.99 @ Amazon
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Breville All-in-One Coffee House, Espresso, Filter and Pods Coffee Machine with Milk Frother, Dolce Gusto Compatible  - £219.99 @ Amazon

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All-in-one system for authentic espresso, filter coffee and capsules

Easy to use: Auto-detect senses your chosen attachment and provides the appropriate brewing options

15-Bar pump for quality espresso with a rich crema.

Steam wand for milk with the perfect foam

10-Cup / 1. 5 litre thermal carafe to keep coffee hot

Compatible with Dolce Gusto capsules: quick and easy coffee with over 40 varieties to choose from

Description

Your one-stop shop for in-home coffee, whatever the occasion. Make your choice of authentic espresso, no-nonsense filter coffee or quick & easy capsules with one compact machine. A 15-bar pump extracts maximum flavour with a rich, velvety crema while the steam wand means you can produce café-style Micro-Foam for the perfect latte or flat white. Attachments are easy to fit, and to make life simple, auto-detect shows only the relevant brew options for your chosen attachment. The 1.7 litre water tank is removable for quick and easy filling. An elevated cup stand minimizes splashing for espresso and capsule modes. A removable drip tray catches any stray splashes and spills. Classic black and satin silver design. Dolce Gusto is a trademark of society des products nestle S.A. Society des products. Nestlé S.A. Is not affiliated with jar den consumer solutions (Europe) limited.
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Seems like a very versatile machine, but I'm not sure that versatility is over-kill. As espresso-based drinks are arguably the nicest why would you really want the pods and filter options too?
SuffolkLad22204/06/2020 13:28

Seems like a very versatile machine, but I'm not sure that versatility is …Seems like a very versatile machine, but I'm not sure that versatility is over-kill. As espresso-based drinks are arguably the nicest why would you really want the pods and filter options too?


I don't disagree, easily nicer! However, in my house not everyone is a coffee drinker but really enjoy the pods and milk frother for hot chocolate, mocha etc so ticks all the boxes for us. I agree though I prefer proper espresso over pods!
SuffolkLad22204/06/2020 13:28

Seems like a very versatile machine, but I'm not sure that versatility is …Seems like a very versatile machine, but I'm not sure that versatility is over-kill. As espresso-based drinks are arguably the nicest why would you really want the pods and filter options too?


For lazy sods like me?

Seriously tho, I miss my proper espresso machine. Does anyone know if this is any good? I’m sort of concerned about the “versatility” really being complexity and code for, “will do everything mediocrely and probably break quickly”
Wonder why this didn't take the Sage badge?
mishkab04/06/2020 13:49

For lazy sods like me?Seriously tho, I miss my proper espresso machine. …For lazy sods like me?Seriously tho, I miss my proper espresso machine. Does anyone know if this is any good? I’m sort of concerned about the “versatility” really being complexity and code for, “will do everything mediocrely and probably break quickly”


I'd also be concerned that this is jack of all trades, master of none. This might be a better option if you can stretch the extra cost. I recently got the ECAM23.420 which is great. Without comparing the specs in detail, I expect it's pretty much the same machine but with digital controls.

These suit lazy sods too as they are bean to cup - no messing around with tampers and such like. Fill it with beans and water, turn it on, let it warm up, press a button and there's your drink. Has a steam wand on the side if you want steamed milk drinks.
I purchased and can confirm build quality seems great for the price point and coffee of good quality. Tried various beans, pods, and methods etc and quite please with results. Iced coffees with syrup easily nicer than Costa / Starbucks (probably as perfected what I like). It will require an external bean grinder but this doesn't fuss me as quite satisfying grinding my own beans. The steamer works fine, not the fastest but it certainly does the job... I guess that's a good thing to not heat the milk too quickly though! Only complaint is pods... But that's the pods themselves... Machine recognises suggested size etc but for me they are either not strong enough or too watery which makes sense I guess!

Also a bonus it can fit under a travel cup! Will save me a fortune from buying a 'decent' coffee every other day!
Edited by: "benh13" 5th Jun
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