May 17, 2010

Francis Francis Y1 iperEspresso Machine Kit

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The Francis Francis Y1 machine brings together illy’s iperEspresso capsule system with a simple, one-touch single serve espresso maker. You simply insert a capsule, press the button, and smooth, full-bodied espresso topped with long-lasting crema is exported right into your cup.

The Y1’s aluminum body, tempered glass cupholder and compact silhouette make this espresso maker a bit different. Unlike conventional one-stage systems, the iperEspresso method uses a two-stage process and because extraction takes place entirely inside the capsule, the coffee and machine never come in contact, making for easy clean up.

We've yet to try the illy iperEspresso machines, but will be angling for a review unit soon. Thanks to Richard for sending this in.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 17, 2010 7:43 AM

Recent Comments

Personally - I don't get it. Is that a storage area or the water area? Set my cups on it - I'll have to see it in person - but yes - on first glance odd looking.


Posted by: Jay Brewer at May 17, 2010 10:02 AM

Is it just me or is that one UGLY machine????


Posted by: Scott at May 17, 2010 9:51 AM
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