Kitchen Craft Le'Xpress Italian Style 3 Cup Express Coffee Maker £4.00 + p&p @ Amazon
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Kitchen Craft Le'Xpress Italian Style 3 Cup Express Coffee Maker £4.00 + p&p @ Amazon

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Found 25th Aug 2013
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This Le'Xpress traditional Italian style stove top espresso maker has been designed to brew superior tasting coffee by forcing high pressure water through ground coffee to infuse and produce an exceptional full bodied coffee flavour. Simple to use the espresso maker, often also referred to as a 'Moka pot', provides a fuller roasted flavour preparing rich espresso coffee in minutes. The Le'Xpress espresso maker features a long lasting high temperature silicone gasket, plus a free replacement gasket. The espresso maker is suitable for all heat sources excluding induction and full instructions for use are included. The espresso maker can also be easily washed and is hand wash only.

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Not a bialetti but decent enough price

Banned

Great price, just use the 60p song trick to get 'free' delivery.

Great price...ordered thanks

Put the link into Flubit and even if they do not beat the price you will get free delivery

williebiz

Great price, just use the 60p song trick to get 'free' delivery.



Or order something else for £6 then return, so Amazon pays for both ways of deliveries
Edited by: "Rudess" 25th Aug 2013

Thanks went for 2 x 6 cup size for £12:00 and free delivery. The 3 cup is really small, if you like small shots of expresso fine but if you want a standard mug full of ordinary strength coffee go for 6 cup and use one standard measure of coffee in the pod.
Edited by: "Dinger42" 25th Aug 2013

I use a 3 cup one of these to make a mug of coffee just for myself....
I use a third of a mug of milk in the microwave, then top up with 3 shots made with the 3 cup...... the 6 cup moka pot would make far too much coffee for one mug. I do have a 6 cup as well but its used to make 2 mugs.

Rudess

Or order something else for £6 then return, so Amazon pays for both ways … Or order something else for £6 then return, so Amazon pays for both ways of deliveries



What reason do you give for the return as a return delivery fee of £3.30 is charged by amazon for returns which are not defective, faulty, damage?

Dinger42

Thanks went for 2 x 6 cup size for £12:00 and free delivery. The 3 cup is … Thanks went for 2 x 6 cup size for £12:00 and free delivery. The 3 cup is really small, if you like small shots of expresso fine but if you want a standard mug full of ordinary strength coffee go for 6 cup and use one standard measure of coffee in the pod.



6 expresso shots in one mug? Do you sleep well?

If filled correctly this will provide 3 expresso shots

Buy a bialetti tutti crema for £16 and you've got as good cappucino / latte as any high street coffee shop

Don't buy the cheap aluminium ones like this, they last about 10mins and corrode even faster.

Spend a bit more on a decent stainless one and it will last you a lifetime, they also tend to make better coffee.

e.g.

anothercoffee.co.uk/pro…spx

great-deals

What reason do you give for the return as a return delivery fee of £3.30 … What reason do you give for the return as a return delivery fee of £3.30 is charged by amazon for returns which are not defective, faulty, damage?



Bloody hell that's new lol

BTW..... this is the same one as I bought in TK Max, they're £5 in there and £7 for the 6 cup
Its equally as good as the Bialetti I used to have.

"Suitable for all heat sources excluding induction"
Just in case anyone was wondering!

Still, good price...

As for them only lasting 10 minutes...... absolute rubbish.
I've been using these aluminium moka pots for years.

4 quid is a good price..... Heat added.

great-deals

What reason do you give for the return as a return delivery fee of £3.30 … What reason do you give for the return as a return delivery fee of £3.30 is charged by amazon for returns which are not defective, faulty, damage?



You can always say 'not as described' or something like that.

dodgymix

6 expresso shots in one mug? Do you sleep well?If filled correctly this … 6 expresso shots in one mug? Do you sleep well?If filled correctly this will provide 3 expresso shotsBuy a bialetti tutti crema for £16 and you've got as good cappucino / latte as any high street coffee shop



Your missing my point. Th average English Jo does not drink expresso shots, he like a proper mug of coffee. The 3 cup is 0.12 ltr and the 6 cup 0.24 ltr capacity. It takes the six cup to full an average mug, allowing room for the usual shot of cold milk on top. If you are making shots to add to heated milk then fine go for the small one, but if you want a no nonsense full mug of coffee made with just water and one measure of coffee, I stress just one measure not six!!, in the pod then go for the 6 cup. I know it sounds crazy but these these are really small!
Edited by: "Dinger42" 25th Aug 2013

ESPRESSO!!!!!!!!!!!!

There is no such drink as expresso!

Thanks, I went for the 6 cup version so I can do as Dinger suggests when I want one cup and I also have the option of doing espressos for more people if needed.

Also got the story book of Ghostbusters 2 for 69p to get super saver delivery, lol.
Edited by: "stonebear" 25th Aug 2013

I have a bialetti one and its awesome. It takes a bit of getting used to initially and always make a few pots of coffee before making one to drink when you get a new pot.

Yes mine has the oxidation but clean it with hot water and baking powder it will come up nice and be fine. This is normal and with a clean its fine.

Bare in mind all home coffee machines E.g tassimo, gaggia, delonghi etc use aluminium boilers so will suffer from this as well you just wont see it.

These make a great coffee. Arguably not an espresso by modern standards but certainly better than Starbucks when you get the hang of using it.

Just remember you need to spend time preparing a coffee with this. You can't just stick it on a stove and walk away like a tassimo but if you are still happy to get this you won't be disappointed

kneale81

ESPRESSO!!!!!!!!!!!! There is no such drink as expresso!:D



I beg to differ!

es·pres·so (-sprs, -sprs) also ex·pres·so (k-sprs, k-)
n. pl. es·pres·sos also ex·pres·sos
A strong coffee brewed by forcing steam under pressure through darkly roasted, powdered coffee beans.
[Italian (caffè) espresso, espresso (coffee), past participle of esprimere, to press out, from Latin exprimere : ex-, ex- + premere, to press; see per-4 in Indo-European roots.]

Source: thefreedictionary.com/esp…sso




Edited by: "great-deals" 25th Aug 2013

great-deals

I beg to differ! es·pres·so (-sprs, -sprs) also ex·pres·so (k-sprs, k-) … I beg to differ! es·pres·so (-sprs, -sprs) also ex·pres·so (k-sprs, k-)n. pl. es·pres·sos also ex·pres·sosA strong coffee brewed by forcing steam under pressure through darkly roasted, powdered coffee beans.[Italian (caffè) espresso, espresso (coffee), past participle of esprimere, to press out, from Latin exprimere : ex-, ex- + premere, to press; see per-4 in Indo-European roots.]Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/espresso



You can beg to differ all you want, but in the Oxford English dictionary it states: The spelling expresso is not used in the original Italian and is strictly incorrect, although it is common.

Would you care to show me a photo of an expresso, or tell me what one tastes like?

Macdory

Put the link into Flubit and even if they do not beat the price you will … Put the link into Flubit and even if they do not beat the price you will get free delivery



Flubit made it £3.76 delivered

cmoi

Flubit made it £3.76 delivered



Nice one

kneale81

You can beg to differ all you want, but in the Oxford English dictionary … You can beg to differ all you want, but in the Oxford English dictionary it states: The spelling expresso is not used in the original Italian and is strictly incorrect, although it is common.Would you care to show me a photo of an expresso, or tell me what one tastes like?



Yes an "expresso" is ...... "A strong coffee brewed by forcing steam under pressure through darkly roasted, powdered coffee beans."

Image(s)


Edited by: "great-deals" 25th Aug 2013

great-deals

Yes an "expresso" is ...... "A strong coffee brewed by forcing steam … Yes an "expresso" is ...... "A strong coffee brewed by forcing steam under pressure through darkly roasted, powdered coffee beans."[img]https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=expresso&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&gws_rd=cr&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=VYUaUtTIAuWa0AWT5IC4Dw&biw=1366&bih=623&sei=V4UaUoHECKm90QXJt4HADg#imgdii=_[/img]



That's an "espresso".

Good price. I have a Gaggia (Managed to get one on offer and then an extra 10% off because I complained about the delivery time ) but this is definately the next best thing if you love real coffee. I used to have a Tassimo but the price you pay is such a ripoff. Good beans, grinder and an espresso maker - The perfect combo
Edited by: "GuruMeditationError" 25th Aug 2013

kneale81

That's an "espresso".



Again, I beg to differ!

great-deals

Again, I beg to differ!



Again, you can beg all you like

kneale81

Again, you can beg all you like



Figure of speech - sadly you'll never hear me beg!

OED is God when it comes to these matters

if the OED says there's no such thing as "expresso", then there ain't
simple as

the missus gets told every time too, it always bugs me stupid

Expresso Love!

niceguyrichy

OED is God when it comes to these mattersif the OED says there's no such … OED is God when it comes to these mattersif the OED says there's no such thing as "expresso", then there ain't simple asthe missus gets told every time too, it always bugs me stupid

That's a great theory, but that's not what the OED says. It says that it is in common usage, but is strictly incorrect. It doesn't say that there's no such thing.

F4STFORW4RD

That's a great theory, but that's not what the OED says. It says that it … That's a great theory, but that's not what the OED says. It says that it is in common usage, but is strictly incorrect. It doesn't say that there's no such thing.


splitting hairs now
word is wrong, you are wrong.

fin

£8.13

annodomini2

Don't buy the cheap aluminium ones like this, they last about 10mins and … Don't buy the cheap aluminium ones like this, they last about 10mins and corrode even faster.Spend a bit more on a decent stainless one and it will last you a lifetime, they also tend to make better coffee.e.g.http://www.anothercoffee.co.uk/products/item109756.aspx



Much better and £10 cheaper

amazon.co.uk/s/r…ess

Any good deals on induction ones

dodgymix

Much better and £10 … Much better and £10 cheaperhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Dkitchen&field-keywords=Bialetti+stainless&rh=n%3A11052681%2Ck%3ABialetti+stainless



I got my Stellar for £24, but that looks like a reasonable deal.

w123kid

Any good deals on induction ones


can't comment on the quality of it, but try googling Typhoon Novo, looks like good value for a 6 cup induction friendly pot

comes in some nice colours too
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