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Bosch 1600 Watt VeroCafe, Black

by Bosch
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
RRP: 549.99
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  • CeramDrive
  • MilkMagic milk frother
  • SensoFlow System
  • Automatic Calc'N'Clean
  • Height adjustable drink dispensing

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 38.5 x 28 x 47.9 cm ; 9 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 11 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Item model number: TES50129RW
  • ASIN: B00BIKA6ZK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Feb 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 340,600 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Product Description

With its 1600W of power, our Bosch VeroCafe with our innovative sensoFlow System will give you a consistent flow, heating the water at it passes through the element, allowing for quick setting change between Cappuccino and Espresso. Our easy to use manual controls allow you to create your perfect coffee every time. The manual controls give you full control of your coffee, with everything from drink length to bean strength. Also including Bosch ceramDrive ensuring long lasting performance every single time this machine really offers coffee lovers the basics they need.

Box Contains

1 x Bosch Bean to Cup Coffee Machine
1 x Scoop
1 x Instruction Manual
1 x Test Strip
1 x Tube of grease for brewing unit


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb Coffee Machine 10 Jan 2014
I already own a Bosch Tassimo T85 which I shall continue to use - but I also wanted a bean-to-cup machine after sampling the courtesy coffee at my local Waltrose. These are their standard Espresso beans, by the way.

I purchased the VeroCafe elsewhere, for 299. I haven't been disappointed with the VeroCafe, and have been able to easily recreate the superb coffee/chocolate taste combination experienced at Waitrose. It betters anything from well-known high street coffee establishments.

Set-up is straightforward, with three water temperature settings, variable coffee strength, plus cup size/capacity, alongside a variable coffee grinding setting. Although there is a test strip for your water hardness I consulted my local water authority's website for the details relevant to my postcode - and set the machine accordingly.

The ceramic grinders are very quiet. If required, two cups are brewed with a shot of coffee for each cup, rather than sharing one shot between two cups. Neat. The machine runs optimally after less than 30 seconds from switching on (including the steam wand). The machine self-cleans on switching off, and there is the option of adding a Brita water filter if required (but it's not compulsory).

The water tank is located on the one side of the VeroCafe, while ground coffee loading and access to the removeable brewing unit is also easily accessed for cleaning on the opposite side. The VeroCafe fits comfortably under standard/modern kitchen units. However, given the subsequent space between the top of the VeroCafe and the bottom of the wall units in my kitchen, hand feeding the coffee hopper (which is of the sealed variety, to keep the coffee fresh) is more practical than trying to pour contents from a sealed tin.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By aitch_
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It took a week or so to learn how to use this machine. It replaced a Philips Senseo which gives good coffee at the touch of a button. This is a little more complicated, set the grind, set the strength, set the amount of coffee, set the amount of water, learn to froth milk. It sounds like a lot, but it is really worth the effort and pretty soon you learn what is good. It is worth going through all the settings, but I recommend leaving everything at the default level until you understand why you would want to change it. I now get a really good cafe latte reliably.
The machine cleans itself fairly well at switch on and switch off. The waste tray is easy to empty, although the coffee grounds do seem to spill slightly into the water tray rather than remain confined to their pot. I haven't yet done the full clean of the mechanism. Build quality is good.
It seems like an expensive machine, but price per cup is well below something like the Senseo or the Nespresso custom pods, so over a year or maybe two it will easily repay the capital cost in lower running costs - depending on how much coffee you drink. It also delivers high quality coffee with an easy to clean steam pipe.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bosch 1600 Watt VeroCafe 31 Mar 2014
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Machine arrived in only four days time. Looks good and feels well made.
Took about two hours to read the manual and get to understand the machine.
Made an excellent espresso using Waitrose coffee. In fact, it tasted identical to an espresso in the Waitrose cafe. Experimented with different strengths and mug sizes and produced a really good Americano. Haven't tried latte yet. This is an excellent machine for bean to cup but is not good making from ground coffee.It makes a mess both inside and outside the machine. We will use our stock of
ground coffee in our cafetere until all gone then use the machine exclusively. Really pleased with this machine and would have given 5 if it wasn't for the ground coffee problems

Experimented

with different strengths and mug sizes and produced a good Americano. Haven't tried the late yet.
The down side is that it is not worth using it for ready ground coffee. We still have a good stock of ground and will continue to use this in the cafetere
We tried ground in the machine but it was no better taste than other ways of brewing and required a lot of extra cleaning of the machine. It only holds two spoonfuls at a time and the grounds get everywhere inside and outside the machine.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mmmmmmmmmm nice 3 July 2014
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Best coffee maker I have ever owned. If you like great tasting coffee - go for it
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3.0 out of 5 stars Great coffee but high maintenance (I think) 3 May 2014
By The usual suspect TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
I've lived with the VeroCafe for at least 12 months, so it's time to report in.

I had been happy with my Gaggia Classic and bean grinder but I did find it a bit of a chore and messy at times. I saw the VeroCafe on offer, whilst in Holland so I thought I'd give it a go. This is my first bean-to-cup machine and my hopes were for a machine that would make me a nice coffee a few times a day with no fuss. The VeroCafe achieves this to an extent...
Out of the box, the VeroCafe is dead easy to get running. There are a few settings for the water and bean grind but that's about it. I have avoided the water issue by always using pre-filtered water. For the grind setting - I just set it to maximum fine.
Others settings are the strength and volume. The display doesn't really help in knowing what setting you require - it just comes with experience unfortunately. Why don't they just put this in ml???
I'm an Espresso guy and I can pop some water in the tank (when required), steam my cup, press a button and out pops decent coffee with crema. Bosch! Job done. Tastes great too. Sorry I can't advise on the milky varieties!
What's wrong with it then? Again, I state that this is my first machine of this type so it's hard for me to say if this is good or bad compared with other machines in the same bracket. First, the coffee bucket is flawed. The coffee pellet that is created by the compression, falls down into the bucket below but the pellets basically pile up on top of each other meaning that the bucket is soon full and coffee starts to fall out into the tray. The tray which is full of water then gets nicely coated in coffee. This isn't so bad now because I have learnt to open up the tray every 3-4 coffees and either empty it of give it a shake in order to use the full capacity.
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