What Makes Espresso Machine And Its Special Flavor?

Espresso Machine

Nowadays, people like to have more things of their own and they want to learn more to create the things that will make their own brand.  And that’s too in making coffee. I also have my own coffee shop and I only use the espresso machine to create my own flavor. For beginners in bartending, Click here for choosing the best Espresso Machines under 200 dollars to save more money but still enjoy the most outstanding features of the product line.

In this article, I will tell you more about the history of this machine. That’s just something interesting for people who are addicted to using and espresso coffee maker. I hope that the information will be useful for you.

Get A Brief History Of The Espresso Machine

The name “espresso machine” appeared in the year 1884, created by Angelo Moriondo. At that time, he patented this machine which had 1.5 bars to pushing the pressure on the water, through the large bed of coffee. There was a boiler to produce steam for making coffee.

In 1903 and 1905, the steam wand was created to make controlling the steam much easier. The parts of the espresso machine had been perfected from those years till 1985 when the perfect automatic espresso machine was born.

From 1985 to 1998, there had been a lot of changes to the technology for the espresso machine. And the “easy serving espresso” design was perfected to apply into the industry of making coffee. Up to the present, espresso coffee has been well – loved by those who know to enjoy the coffee flavor.

Espresso Coffee Flavors

From the original espresso flavors, there are a lot of other flavors that you can create with the available recipes easy for you to follow. Here are some flavors that you can make at home with your espresso machine.

Espresso Macchiato: original espresso and some milk foam

Espresso Con Panna: espresso and a thin layer of whipped cream

Café Latte: espresso, a thick layer of steamed milk and milk foam layer

Cappuccino: espresso, more milk foam than steamed milk

Café Breve: espresso, milk foam and a layer of steamed half – and – half between

Café Mocha: espresso, more steamed milk, the same amount of chocolate syrup and whipped cream

Americano: just espresso and hot water

These recipes for different types of espresso coffee are very easy to follow. The milk, chocolate syrup and all the other materials for these flavors can be found easily. You can come to the market to buy them or come to the shop specialized in espresso coffee material. There will have a lot of materials for you to choose.

A Set Of Espresso Coffee Supporting Tools

Coffee Grinder

The coffee grinder helps to grind the coffee beans so that we can have the coffee powder.


The cezve is the utensil that helps to contain coffee after being made and pour it into the cup. Everyone who wants to have a cup of coffee with moderate amount should have a cezve. Pouring coffee from this cezve looks very professional.

Coffee Pot

Coffee pot helps to store coffee for longer. It helps to keep the temperature inside so you can store the coffee within a day.

Coffee Scoop

The coffee scoop is a special spool used to get coffee beans and coffee powder. There are a lot of designs for the coffee scoop. Some types of flat scoop is used to get the coffee beans and the deep round scoop is used to get the powder.

Bottom Line

I am thankful for your concern about my site. My name is Tony. I have a small coffee shop near my house. The espresso coffee maker is the only one machine that helps me create espresso flavor and this is also the only machine that creates my own trademark.

Now, I am creating a coffee selling online so that people in far places can order my coffee as quickly as possible. Also, I want to share with you my practical experiences in this field so that you will know how to make tasty coffee for your families and for yourselves. If you have any difficulty, don’t be shy to tell me.