Gaggia Achille Manual Espresso Machine

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Mark and Mike from Whole Latte Love showcase the Gaggia Achille Espresso Machine. . Just one look at this lever operated espresso machine and you’ll journey …


Bruce Moody says:

The reservoir is plastic. I own one. It is plastic. Not glass. Plastic,
just like much of the inner workings of the Gaggia Achille Manual Espresso

Lewys Brown says:

Shouldn’t it take only one pull down? that’s what I do for a smooth
extraction not a really fast one 😀

wholelattelovetv says:

@jrcbago The Achille does have a sturdy body and that shaking can be
prevented. The key is to balance the downward force used to pull down the
handle by holding on to the portafilter more firmly.

wholelattelovetv says:

@zck7 Gaggia and La Pavoni are both good choices when selecting an espresso
machine. Gaggia has been making mainly home use espresso machines for about
65 years while La Pavoni makes a large variety of commercial and some home
use espresso machines. I don’t view one as being more reliable than the
other. Like I stated before, both Gaggia and La Pavoni are both good
choices when it comes to espresso machines.

wholelattelovetv says:

@lewys258 Actually, the successive pulls were to achieve the desired volume
of espresso. Typically, it takes 2 pulls to make a double shot.

wholelattelovetv says:

@zck7 The reservoir is glass.

yojai says:

this machine looks like it has a good sturdy body BUT it shakes with every
single move you make. Why is that?

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