April 8, 2015

MINIPRESSO - Hand Powered Portable Espresso Machine

Mini presso dual models

The MINIPRESSO is a compact hand powered portable espresso machine. It’s designed to allow you to take your espresso on the go, and is also reasonably priced at $49.

There are two models to choose from:

  • The MINIPRESSO GR - uses ground coffee and hot water
  • The MINIPRESSO CA - uses a variety of capsules based on the Caffitaly System and Tchibo Cafissimo.

Key features of the MINIPRESSO include:

  • COMPACT & FEATHERWEIGHT - Minipresso has been designed to be the smallest, lightest and most versatile handheld espresso machine.
  • INNOVATIVE & POWERFUL - With the help of the semi-automatic piston, small quantities of water are injected into the coffee adapter. After few pushes, the optimal extraction pressure is achieved. A rich and bold espresso is extracted.
  • EFFICIENT & EASY TO USE - Minipresso contains an ingenious core, the semi-automatic piston. Unlock it from its carrying position and press it at will to control the amount of extracted coffee.
  • CONVENIENT & EVOLUTIVE - Minipresso doesn't require compressed air, N2O cartridges or electricity for its operation. Hand operated, you are free to prepare coffee drinks that you love. 

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Posted by Jay Brewer at April 8, 2015 7:38 AM
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