Say Goodbye to Bulky Coffee Machines With This Portable Espresso Maker
You can get it for less than P1,000!
(SPOT.ph) Curated coffee nooks have become a huge trend among caffeine addicts everywhere amidst the pandemic and the consequent lack of café visits the quarantine has brought about. However, making great coffee can often require stocking up on large, bulky machines, which may be both expensive and difficult to make space for—especially if you live in a compact condo. But don't give up on your home barista dreams just yet because we found something perfect for caffeine lovers who don't have much space to spare: Online store Sweethouse's portable espresso maker lets you brew great coffee without taking up too much room in your kitchen!
Portable Espresso Maker
Yup, believe it or not, this itty-bitty device can brew strong, tasty, and aromatic cups of coffee. Here's how it works: One side of the device has a chamber for your ground coffee of choice. Make sure your beans are finely ground and pressed tightly into the capsule just like you would need to do on a large espresso machine. On the other side of the pill-shaped device, fill the tank with steaming hot water. Just regular old boiling water fresh off the stove would work fine, but if you have your own specialized kettle that lets you boil water at the perfect temperature, that would be perfect. Once both sides of the mini machine are filled, hold the tap over a small cup and and press the button in the center. The button will manually push the hot water through the fine coffee grounds, mimicking the brewing process of a large, industrial espresso maker.
Once you're done, you can easily clean this nifty device and store it in any drawer, closet, or shelf. You can bring it to your trips, which means you can make great coffee just the way you like it no matter where you go. The portable espresso maker normally retails for P1,555, but you can currenly get it for just P949!
Sweethouse's portable espresso maker is available online.
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