The Handheld Espresso Maker

If you are a coffee lover, then this Handheld Espresso Maker is an absolute must have. You no longer need those huge machines for making smooth espresso and you don’t even need to go to a café to have it. With this handheld device, you can make tasty, creamy, and smooth espresso coffee whether you are at work or at home. The best part is that it doesn’t work with electricity so you get the freedom of using it anywhere and everywhere. Besides, it looks chic too so you won’t feel embarrassed carrying around an espresso maker with you! How does it work? Do you see that spherical shaped body up there in the picture? That part holds the coffee and hot water, and you need to pull the trigger in order for it to gush out and give you the smoothest handmade coffee you have ever made. There are gas cartridges in the machine. These cartridges exert 9 bars of pressure on the coffee and water. Believe it or not, this type of pressure is not there in the machines. Their pressure level is way too low from this one.  So, of course with that kind of pressure you can expect better espresso and I mean it! And, the cartridges are easily available in the market in case you are wondering. You don’t need to worry about the cartridges being used up. You can buy them from the markets easily and use it with this machine. One cartridge is capable of making around 8 cups of espresso coffee. Moreover, the dual spout can dose single and double shots. This Handheld Espresso coffee maker is available for $189.95 and you get four cartridges in the package with three coffee baskets, a tamper, and a travel pouch. The coffee baskets, filters, and the water reservoir in the machine are removable and you can wash them with hands easily without using any special equipment. The overall dimensions of the machine are: 11 inches Length x 4 ½ inches Height x 4 inches width. This one coffee maker can change the way you make coffee (it will make it easier I bet!). Check out some more kitchen accessories here: The Gaggia Academia and The Sorapot.