Moreover, it also has a reputation as being harder to operate than the more inexpensive espresso makers. Why is this espresso maker expensive and why is it difficult to use?
The reason why it’s expensive is because it’s made from very sturdy and high quality materials. All of its parts are made of stainless steel, chrome, and brass.
Why brass? Using brass helps maintain the optimal temperature and also helps with heat distribution, which is a very crucial component when making perfect espresso. This stainless steel espresso maker is eye-catching and will definitely stand out in anyone’s kitchen.
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Is this stainless steel espresso maker really hard to use? It has four operating buttons. The large central button is the power button. When you switch it on, the orange light beside it will become lit and it stays lit until the unit has reached the optimal temperature.
From here, there are three control buttons that you can toggle. The first button is the espresso button. Toggle it to get rich and flavorful espresso. Switch it off when you have the amount that you want. The second button is the hot water button.
Toggle it and open the steam valve knob, and hot water gushes out from the steam wand. The last button is the steam button. Toggle it when you’re making cappuccinos and lattes. Wait until the light goes off then open the steam valve and start frothing milk.
As you can see, using the Rancilio Silvia is hard for someone who doesn’t know how to make espresso. However, for an espresso enthusiast who knows how to make espresso, using the Rancilio Silvia is pretty straightforward.
Beyond doubt, this stainless steel espresso maker is made for espresso enthusiasts who want to make espressos, cappuccinos, and lattes that can rival or best those made in Italian espresso bars.
Furthermore, this espresso maker can outperform other espresso and coffee makers within its price range.
Ultimately, if you want to own the best espresso machine, you have to be willing to shell out quite a bit of money. If you’re a true espresso enthusiast, who wants to make perfect cups of espresso in the comfort of your own home, the Rancilio Silvia will not disappoint.
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