Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Automatic espresso machine

Against a backdrop of economic depression and varied competition that included negative advertising, it took technology to advance the coffee business.
Many households switched from making coffee with a percolator, first invented in 1829 with an electric version available in the 1930s, to either a drip method or a vacuum coffee maker. Experimentation with creating an espresso machine began in the nineteenth century. The first commercial espresso machine was manufactured in Italy in 1905.

In 1933, Ernest Illy invented the first automatic espresso coffee machine. The espresso machine is perfected in 1945 with a piston that creates a high pressure extraction which produces a thick layer of crema .

Drawing its inspiration from an Italian invention, the Espresso machine, Nestlé launched Nespresso in 1986.
Automatic espresso machine
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