Breaking down the cost of espresso machines

When considering the purchase of a traditional espresso machine, the following  four basic features will define the category in which the espresso machine is placed. These features will also significantly increase the price of the espresso machine. We’ve listed the features by  cost, beginning with the basics. The first two features listed, place a machine in our Traditional espresso machines category and the...

Best Espresso Machine Part 2-Your Grinder

  As a premiere sales and service company for commercial espresso equipment, one of the easiest ways to determine the category of espresso machine someone should consider is by discussing the grinder they will be using with their machine.  Often under-valued, the type of espresso grinder will determine the challenges a barista will face when attempting to deliver a quality consistent product. For many, the...

Best Espresso Machine Part 1-Your Coffee

     Choosing the right espresso machine for you and your customers   Buying espresso equipment can easily be compared to buying a car. Vehicle purchases, like espresso equipment purchases, are often made with an emphasis in mind such as budget, features, or prestige, but one thing is for certain, not one vehicle or espresso machine is best for everyone. When purchasing espresso equipment, placing...

Commercial Espresso Machine Tips 2014

  Our tips were created by Inland Coffee lead commercial espresso installation and repair service technicians who see all aspects of the commercial espresso industry.   Here is a compilation of our favorite 2014 espresso machine and espresso grinder “Tips of the Week.”Whether you are just starting out or you’re a seasoned espresso veteran, we think you will find our advice on espresso machine maintenance,...

Commercial Espresso Grinder Guide

  Most agree that the commercial espresso grinder plays a significant part in the execution of the perfect espresso shot. For those of you who are new to commercial espresso grinders, the greatest expectation you should have for your commercial coffee grinder is for it to evenly cut, not crush, each coffee bean.                       What you do not want your espresso grinder to do is to create heat The less...

Pre-Infusion-Does it Matter?

  What is Pre-Infusion? Pre-infusion is a process of slowing the introduction of water, at full force brewing/pump pressure, to the coffee/espresso grounds. By slowing or restricting brew pressure of the espresso machine the grounds will receive a low pressure wetting or saturation, before actual brewing under full pressure begins. With out pre-infusion, grounds would be hit at the full force of brewing...

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