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La Pavoni Europiccola

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Overall 8
8.0

Nothing gives you the control over the flavor like this machine

Gadget Guy, Amazon
23 November 2014
  • Summary: My second. the first lasted 14 yrs. with daily use. Nothing gives you the control over the flavor like this machine. I'm still adjusting to the changes in the group head and baskets. I would suggest Allegro Espresso for the most fulfilling experience. It is the highest quality pure Arabica espresso available. This machine can take advantage of it's richness and subtly.
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Overall 10
10

Five Stars

Mauricio Gajardo L., Amazon
17 November 2014
  • Summary: Excellent construction, requires time to subdue the beast...
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Overall 2
2.0

Shame

Captain B, Amazon
7 August 2014
  • Summary: I was glad to find one of these exceptional coffee makers in my price range on Amazon warehouse deals. Unfortunately it leaked very badly from the top of the piston, forcing me to return it.
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Overall 10
10

Five Stars

Yehya, Amazon
31 July 2014
Overall 10
10

A Durable Classic

LC Dub, Amazon
7 May 2014
  • Summary: I received EPC-8 21 years ago as a gift. I retired it a couple weeks ago and purchased a new one. This review is based on that 21 years experience and my early thoughts on the new one. Several times over the last few years I considered replacing my La Pavoni because of old age and an interest in checking out new technology. But, whenever I shopped on Amazon I was struck by the apparent lack of durability of even very expensive automatic espresso makers.
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Overall 10
10

A delicious, hypnotic ritual

Luke, Amazon
7 March 2014
  • Summary: Everything you do with this machine affects the flavour of the coffee. Slight variations in pressure produce slight variations in flavour. You can change the grind or dose of your coffee and adapt to it as you pull the shot. If that last sentence excited you, this is the machine for you. If you roast your own coffee, this gives you a lot more options. You can refill while the boiler is hot, by switching the machine off and running the steam wand until the pressure drops.
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Overall 10
10

La Pavoni Espresso Manual Lever Coffee Machine

Kurtis J. Wedemeyer, Amazon
28 December 2013
  • Summary: Had my LaPavoni for 25 years...that's quality. All others reviews have covered much of the basics so I'll share tips learned that will help you enjoy your machine for 25+ years. (1): Milk froths best while cold. As your milk heats up the oxygen is removed thus no more froth. This is a small window so don't get distracted when your steamer alerts you to begin. Milk begins to scorch around 172 degrees so get a good quality visual milk thermometer.
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Overall 10
10

La Pavoni EPC-8 Europiccola!

Daniel C Sigg, Amazon
23 November 2013
  • Summary: This is a classic manual Italian-made Espresso machine, and it truly makes outstanding Espresso, but there are a few things to consider before buying this machine. First of all, this machine is for the Espresso lover who likes at least some control (in this case pressure via the lever) and drinks maybe 4-6 Espressos a day.
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Overall 8
8.0

It's Awesome!

Interested Reader "Interested Reader", Amazon
26 September 2013
  • Summary: I deliberated for a long time about spending this much on an espresso machine but I'm happy to report that I love my La Pavoni. It makes fantastic espresso, but most importantly, I appreciate how it gives me the opportunity to be so closely connected to the process of making an espresso. One note to buyers: Getting a good result depends on what bean you use and what grind you use.
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Overall 10
10

La Pavoni built to last

Perry S "Perry S", Amazon
12 June 2013
  • Summary: The DVD that comes with these units tells us they are built to last an average of 20 years. The DVD also shows the factory in Italy where they are built, The boilers are brass so they will not rust, the boiler is then nickel plated and then chromed, since chrome will not stick to brass, nickel is added. These units get very hot, and froth milk piping hot.
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