I am a late bloomer when it comes to espresso. I did not have my first cup until I was well into my 30s. I told my friend that I did not like it, and she asked me if I had ever had it. I hadn’t, but I am just not a coffee type of person at all. She urged me to try a cup with her, and I was hooked from the first sip. It can be quite expensive though, which is why I went to the Cuppabean website to get some information on the different kinds of espresso machines.
I was paying as much for espresso as I was for a fast food meal, and those dollars were adding up too fast for my budget. I knew that I could just buy an espresso machine to use at home, and it would save me money in the very near future. I was surprised to see that there were espresso makers that cost well over a thousand dollars, but I did not let that discourage me. Thanks to the Cuppabean website I went to, I was able to research espresso makers that were in my price range.
I have no problem spending a couple of hundred bucks on something that I will use on a daily basis, but I wanted to make sure that I was getting a quality espresso maker. I did not want to spend that kind of money just to be unhappy with what I purchased. I had always heard good things about Mr. Coffee coffee makers, so I looked at that one first. I was happy to see that it heats in as quick as three seconds, which is helpful since I am in a rush so much of the time in the mornings. I purchased that one, and it is so amazing to be able to have my espresso before I even leave the house now!