the pavoni espresso maker is certainly the most beautiful on the market. it looks like it's right out of a 1920's milan bar.a combination of style, quality and reliability. but it's not easy to use. this isn't for push-button automatic types. everything, from what coffee you use to how you measure and pack it, to how much pressure you exert, to how long you let the water run, will affect the final outcome. it takes weeks of practice till you get the hang of it and more practice till you learn how to make coffee to match your tastes. once you get the hang of it you've got a gorgeous piece of italian design that makes a near-perfect espresso (face it, at home you'll never match a italian barrista). but it takes work
thanks for looking oliver
all images Nikon D 200 /LB original /f2,8 except the middle image = f4
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