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The Fully Automatic Espresso Machine: 5 Great Reasons to Buy One Today
by: Mike Andrews

5 Compelling Reasons to get Your own Fully Automatic Espresso Machine

Have you ever considered just how excellent it would be if you could have your own fully automatic espresso machine? Lots of people have not only considered it, but tons of individuals are taking that action and tossing out the old drip coffee maker. Why do the "drip" if you don't have to?

I have come up with 5 very great reasons why you ought to upgrade your life, your kitchen, and your coffee. Read on:

First, the coffee drinks that the fully automatic espresso machine create are like a b-zillion times better than coffee that's created with a drip coffee maker. Really, there's no comparison. Yes, a counter-argument could be made that a fully automatic espresso machine is probably something like 28 times more costly than a Mr. Coffee coffee machine. But you must consider this: a espresso drink, like an espresso, cappuccino, or latte, that's a g-zillion times better, more complex, more robust, and richer than drip coffee, is more than worth paying 28 times more for the machine that makes it. And moreover, you will need to consider that if you adore your coffee like I do, and spend $5 or more everyday at your local neighborhood coffee bar, like perhaps Starbucks, that you are spending something like $1,500 each and every year on coffee. That hurts!

Second, making a latte or cappuccino at home is just as simple as making a cup of drip coffee when you have your own fully automatic espresso machine. This is because today's best European fully automatic espresso machines do virtually everything for you, at the push of a button, from perfectly grinding the beans, to wiping itself off afterward (just kidding), but it actually does dispose of the used grounds automatically. It doesn't get a lot simpler than that. In truth it's easier than making a pot of coffee with a drip espresso maker.

Third, you are able to make a wide assortment of espresso beverages, and not just a plain cup of coffee. With the frothing wand that comes with all fully automatic espresso machines you are able to steam milk for lattes, and foam milk for cappuccinos. You can even get creative and make your own drinks.

Fourth, you are able to make all of the cappuccinos, lattes, and espresso that your heart desires, without spending a fortune! For mere pennies you can make an espresso drink, every bit as good as you can buy at Starbucks, where you'd pay $5 or more.

And fifth and last, but not least, is the fact that your loved ones and buddies will be impressed (and jealous!) when you have them over for "coffee" and present them with a rich and creamy latte instead.

I think you'll probably agree that a really compelling case can be made for having your own fully automatic espresso machine in your kitchen.

Just consider it. In all seriousness, if you truly love espresso, and millions of Americans do, you ought to have your own fully automatic espresso machine. The cost might make it seem like a selfish indulgence, but in the long run you'll actually be saving a ton of cash, and you will be a lot happier when you don't have to slog through a line to get your morning espresso. We only live once, so we should drink lots of excellent coffee beverages, right?

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Quit imagining and wishing, and just buy a fully automatic espresso machine for your own kitchen. Be happy, enjoy life, and impress your family and friends.

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