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BEST COFFEE MACHINES AND GRINDERS

The real question is, what is the best coffee machine? I'm sure this question gets typed into google more than we think. As you could imagine, there are tonnes of espresso machines on the market and they are all individually built for specific purposes. Cafe / Commercial to office to home, we stock a wide range of machines for every need. So, for the average Australian the best coffee machine would need to be suited to the individual's level of experience and what they need from the coffee machine.

Automatic Coffee Machines can be a little costly for what they are vs what they produce. Espresso machines are considered to be the best on the market and by far are the most popular coffee machine sold today. In saying this, from entry level to professional grade, there’s a significant difference. Take your time to understand the critical components of your home coffee machine so you can find the best espresso machine for yourself!

Our specialised knowledge of parts and espresso machine calibration has allowed us to hand select a range of coffee making machines and grinders which we believe to be the best at their given price point. Yes, the Kees Speedster espresso machine paired with a Mazzer Kony Electronic is an amazing home setup, but this may not appeal to all budgets! And commercially there is no one size fits all for coffee machines...

Our espresso maker and range of Coffee Grinders covers every need and budget from Manual Espresso Machines to fully automatic coffee machines. We will give you specialised recommendations for your needs, almost an essential coffee machine buying guide on what you need to know. Feel free to call us at CoffeeParts anytime! It may be that we recommend you an espresso machine you weren't expecting!

If you've had enough of cafe queues and are waiting around for your morning coffee, it might be time to start brewing coffee at home. Having your own in house coffee machine is by far one of the most productivity enhancing investments that any individual or business can make.

Home espresso machines offer everything and anything from consistency, quality, convenience and are actually incredibly cost effective per coffee. Having your own semi automatic coffee machine is the closest thing you'll get to having coffee on tap 24/7. However if you're a little tight for time, a capsule coffee machine might suit your needs a little more. These units even do the milk frothing for you!

Here at CoffeeParts we prefer something that will give you that barista experience from home, work or even when you're away from home! As much as we don't mind a Nespresso, Delonghi or barista express, we prefer our much loved, quality built machines from Rancilio, Gaggia, La Marzocco and Rocket.

A manual coffee maker and quality coffee grinder will produce uniformly sized ground coffee to get the optimal extraction for your brew. Manual brewing makes coffee at home an experience, most of our brushed stainless steel espresso machines like the Rancilio Silvia or Gaggia Classic are perfect if you are starting out. So why wait, grab your coffee machine now! Happy brewing!

Perfect espresso shot from home every time? Hell yeh!

To brew the perfect espresso we have to manage the wildly fluctuating variables in a consistent manner, this is where scales serve their purpose. We aim to select your preferred brewing ratio, in this case lets pick 1:2 being that we are starting with a 20g dose and resulting in a 40g yield.

  • Step 1: Adjust your grinder so that your extraction time is aligned with 25-30 seconds.
  • Step 2: Weigh your portafilter basket with 20g of freshly ground beans, then tamper.
  • Step 3: Place the portafilter into the machine and pull your shot. Either use scales underneath spout to time extraction and weigh the yield.
  • Step 4: Make sure your result aligns with the brewing ratio you chose. If yield is larger than expected make grind size finer to slow the extraction process. If yield is smaller than expected, you guessed it, make the grind coarser. 3mm of adjustments on the grinder will result in a longer or shorter extraction time by approximately 3-5 seconds.