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file Saeco Via Venezia v Saeco Aroma

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13 years 9 months ago #2803 by Bobby
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Tmplo - thanks for the info and advice. I am in Burnaby and by chance I have visited both Espressotec and Saeco West.

I have pretty much settled on a Saeco machine as they seem the best fit for the amount of money and time I will be able to spend on espresso. From all the research I
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13 years 9 months ago #2821 by Adrien Viani
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The difference between the Aroma and Venezia is the Aroma is 8 bars and the Venezia is 15 bars.
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13 years 9 months ago #2822 by Adrien Viani
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You can purchase the Saeco Aroma from www.costco.com for $229, which is best price.
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13 years 9 months ago #2825 by colin
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To be fair, machines that claim to brew at 8, 12, or 15 bar are a little off the mark.

They all use Ulka vibration pumps which all deliver a bar pressure somewhere between 8 and 12 bar.

Espresso is:

* a 1 to 1.25 ounce coffee beverage
* prepared using 7 to 9 grams of ground coffee
* brewed with clean water at a temperature between 192 and 198 deg F (88-92 deg C)
* brewed with water forced through the grinds at approximately 9-10 atmospheres of pressure (approximately 9 bars of pressure)
* brewed with a coffee grind and tamp such that the brewing flow time is approximately 20-25 seconds
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