Everybody wants to know how to make espresso at home. Especially now that it has become quite expensive to buy coffee on the road. The price of a coffee at Starbucks can go from a couple dollars to 4 or even 5. And that’s for a single cup of coffee! At the same time, Dunkin Donuts can also be pricey and most of the times their coffee is over-brewed to the point that it’s burned.
But, my friends, rejoice. I went on a quest to find how to make espresso at home and I came back victorious. Now, I’m here to share with you my experiments and show you how to make the perfect brew of espresso at home.
Oh, and by the way, I’m not using those expensive single-serve coffee machines like Nespresso or Keurigg. Even though the convenience is very welcome, they are still quite expensive, they produce A LOT of waste, and I am very limited to the choices of coffee flavors I can brew.
In this article we will talk exclusively about manual espresso machines, whole espresso beans, and the necessary tools for enjoying the perfect brew at home.
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