The Gaggia Naviglio Deluxe is a coffee machine for those wanting a bean-to-cup espresso, but who don't want to pay through the nose for it. Although the £399 entry price may appear expensive, it's one of the cheaper bean-to-cup machines currently
This type of espresso was made possible with the invention of a machine by Achille Gaggia in Milan that began commercial production in the early 1950s. It replaced the large machines that began with another Milanese whose 1901 invention used steam to
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The Gaggia Classic is a slightly tweaked version of an espresso machine that's been around for decades. It makes the other coffee machines we review look like young upstarts. So why has the Classic blueprint lasted for so long? Well, it's very simple
In 2015 Santa drinks growlers of craft beer instead of sherry and wouldn't touch a mince pie - he's gluten-free, obvs. RIchard Godwin gets merry wtih a very modern Saint Nick. Richard Godwin; Thursday 24 December 2015 09:38 BST. Ho, ho, hipster Santa
When you’re choosing an espresso maker, you might opt to stick with a well-known brand name. Or, perhaps you want a machine that does a bit more, such as a combination espresso/coffee or espresso/cappuccino maker. Some features, such as a pump versus ...