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Old 06-14-2011, 04:55 AM
 
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Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

The Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is a fantastic, state-of-the-art model - perhaps the very best that money could buy.

Investing in an espresso machine is in fact, quite important. If you end up buying cheap models, you will probably be constantly going through so many different espresso makers and machines that you will end up spending the same amount of money that you would on a more expensive model that will last you practically a life time.

The Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is genuinely made in Italy, which is of course known internationally for it's espresso. The Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is actually a gorgeous espresso maker as well - it is completely stainless steel, from top to bottom and looks very sophisticated and well look fabulous in your kitchen. The espresso maker is very well designed, and actually looks more like a teapot than your standard espresso maker or machine. The Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is also quite functional, very sturdy and will last a lifetime. It is also dishwasher safe.

One interesting feature about the Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is that it actually has a copper handle. This is because copper is such a great conductor of heat - how many times have you reached out to grab the handle of something only to burn or scald your hand, drop the entire thing and have it land on your feet, spilling the hot substance everywhere, and probably on you as well? A copper handle, like on the Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker, can prevent this from happening. The copper handle also has a locking mechanism, to prevent accidents exactly like these from happening in other ways. The copper handle also helps to protect hands from steam.

If you're looking for a real, quality espresso maker, go with the Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker. You won't be disappointed.

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 8, 2010
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Old 09-24-2020, 06:34 PM
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[hreview][hreviewitem=Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker][/hreviewitem][hreviewrating=150]5[/hreviewrating][htreviewsdesc=professional reviewer]The Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is a fantastic, state-of-the-art model - perhaps the very best that money could buy.

Investing in an espresso machine is in fact, quite important. If you end up buying cheap models, you will probably be constantly going through so many different espresso makers and machines that you will end up spending the same amount of money that you would on a more expensive model that will last you practically a life time.

The Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is genuinely made in Italy, which is of course known internationally for it's espresso. The Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is actually a gorgeous espresso maker as well - it is completely stainless steel, from top to bottom and looks very sophisticated and well look fabulous in your kitchen. The espresso maker is very well designed, and actually looks more like a teapot than your standard espresso maker or machine. The Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is also quite functional, very sturdy and will last a lifetime. It is also dishwasher safe.

One interesting feature about the Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker is that it actually has a copper handle. This is because copper is such a great conductor of heat - how many times have you reached out to grab the handle of something only to burn or scald your hand, drop the entire thing and have it land on your feet, spilling the hot substance everywhere, and probably on you as well? A copper handle, like on the Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker, can prevent this from happening. The copper handle also has a locking mechanism, to prevent accidents exactly like these from happening in other ways. The copper handle also helps to protect hands from steam.

If you're looking for a real, quality espresso maker, go with the Alessi 9090 Espresso Maker. You won't be disappointed.[/htreviewsdesc] [hreviewdate=2010-12-08]Dec. 8, 2010[/hreviewdate][/hreview]
I know that this is almost 10 years old however I just purchased one on Amazon and am looking forward to using it!
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Old 10-18-2020, 09:38 AM
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I just received my Alessi 9090! I made my first cup. The coffee was smoother than the French press, but it could have been stronger. I’m going to experiment with different beans.
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