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Steaming Milk With an Espresso Machine

December 30, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 155

Who knows more about a perfect cup of espresso or cappuccino than Italian coffee lovers? And who makes the best espresso machines and cappuccino makers known to humankind? The finest espresso machines and cappuccino makers in the world are crafted and produced by Italian artisans from Italy. Nothing is so wonderful as a fresh cup of Cappuccino! Steaming the milk with an espresso machine or cappuccino maker takes all of the guesswork out of heating and frothing the milk for that perfect cup of espresso or cappuccino every time. All of the bubbles magically appear, and the machine delivers the milk hot, steaming, frothy milk without ever scorching it. The perfect amount of froth at the perfect consistent temperature will top each cup of fresh espresso using your espresso machine and letting it do what it was designed to do.

Boiling milk on the stove can be a tedious process, and not very rewarding when it scorches. The new little cappuccino makers such as the Moka Express by Bialetti, is probably the most popular little coffee machine in the world today. It is designed to produce perfect frothy steamed milk every time, and will enhance your coffee drinking experience 10 fold. The Mukka Express is the newest and most exciting coffee apparatus in the Bialetti line. Who knows more about espresso, cappuccino, and just good coffee than an Italian Artisan?

The Bialetti can be purchased at any e-tailer for $30.00 to just over $100.00, and is well worth the investment. If you love perfect coffee every time, you will drool over the old stand-by, Bialetti.

LaPavoni makes the finest espresso machines in the world. Frothing milk with a LaPavoni takes any guess-work out of the equation. Crafted in Italy, the LaPavoni espresso equipment is detailed to science, and produces perfect steamed milk every time. LaPavoni has been around since Heck was a pup, and is dependable. You cannot go wrong with LaPavoni for the best cappuccino and espresso available anywhere.

All you need now is freshly roasted gourmet coffee beans to top with that perfect frothy steamed milk. Having your own perfect coffee set-up is the best case scenario for a coffee lover. Beginning with the best coffee maker, going through the process of grinding freshly roasted beans, and topping it with perfectly steamed milk using a state-of-the-art Italian espresso machine will produce the finest cup of coffee you can obtain on this planet.

You can pay $4 to $6 for a cup of mediocre coffee at a well-known name brand coffee stop, or you can have the very best every time from your coffee investment. Are you worth the investment? Is the Pope Catholic?

Enjoy the pure pleasure of fresh ground coffee every day! Each day is a gift. Make it wonderful!

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Best to you, Teresa A. Naylor

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