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Morphy Richards Accents Espresso Coffee Maker 172004 Black/Stainless Steel
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- The coffee maker helps you make your choice of different coffees such as lattes, mochas using the espresso and milk frothing function
- The high performance 15 bar pump pressure has a dual cup dispense combined with 7 g and 14 g filter holders to allow for one or two cups
- The milk frothing arm mixes steam, air and milk to produce a rich, creamy froth, and with the espresso function creates required coffees
- The water tank is easily removed or for extra convenience can be filled in-situ, with a 1.2 L capacity can provide 8 espressos
- The filter holder and tamper will help you create the required crema on your espressos to ensure you can enjoy a high quality coffee
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|Shipping||—||£7.99||£4.99||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||—||Andrew James UK LTD||sotel-electronics||Amazon.co.uk||Beauty, Kitchen and Home Outlet||lakeland fox|
|Capacity||1.25 litres||1.4 litres||2||1 litre||1.25 litres||—|
|Colour||Black/Stainless Steel||Silver||Black||Black||Dark Grey With Copper Trim||stainless steel with black|
|Item Dimensions||28.8 x 22 x 31.5 cm||23.2 x 27 x 30.5 cm||24 x 18.5 x 30.5 cm||24 x 19 x 29 cm||34.6 x 24.6 x 34.3 cm||33.2 x 20 x 32 cm|
|Item Weight||3.5 kg||—||4.84 kg||3 kg||3 kg||1.8 kg|
|Material||Stainless Steel||stainless_steel||stainless steel||Plastic^Stainless Steel||stainless steel||Stainless steel|
|Special Feature||removable drip tray||—||Sophisticated black ABS paint finishing||Milk Frother^Removable Tank||Universal Filter; Heating Light; 1.25L tank Is Enough For 8 Espressos; 15 Bar Optimal Pressure System; Steam Wand for Latte & Cappuccino||Safety boiler cap with built-in valve|
|Wattage||1,000 watts||850 watts||1,100 watts||1,050 watts||1,050 watts||800 watts|
Morphy Richards 172004 Accents Espresso Coffee Maker - Black/Stainless Steel.
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From the manufacturer
Morphy Richards 172004 Accents Espresso Coffee Maker - Black/Stainless Steel
The Accents espresso coffee maker will look good and sophisticated in all kitchens with it's sleek design and compact size. This machine is one for those who appreciate the experience of coffee drinking and enjoy those barista techniques. Lattes, cappuccinos, mochas and many more of your favourite drinks are now achievable at home by using the espresso dispenser and accompanying milk frothing function.
- High performance 15 bar pump pressure
- Dual cup dispense
- 7 g and 14 g filter holders
- Removable water tank
- 1.2 L capacity to make up to eight espressos
- Produces good crema
- Steam wand for frothing milk
Easily Accessible Water Tank
With a 1.2 L capacity tank, it can make up to eight espressos at a time making it good for a large family or entertaining with friends. The tank can be easily removed to fill up or filled in-situ for your convenience.
Easily Accessible Water Tank
Variable Steam Control
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This Morphy Richards produces great HOT !! Coffee. A Tip...... Like all home machines, warm the cup first and fill the cup with coffee before using the steamer for the milk. It does tell you in the short but well written manual, that the steamer makes the water too hot to brew the coffee and will make it taste burnt,
All machines only have a limited life but at this price, this is a no brainier purchase.
Now had this machine 6 weeks and can really recommend. Superb!! Great Value!!
Initially for the first 20 cups (cappuccinos) it was a great success, the espresso shot came out piping hot, at a good pressure and with a nice thick crema. Then the machine started to dispense the coffee in a slow pathetic dribble with no crema at all. At first I thought I was doing something wrong but with a little investigation I realised that the machine was not working correctly.
I can understand a fault with the machine (it happens) however upon receiving a replacement the exact same thing happened!!! Only this time within the first 5 cups. Not to mention, the first 2 cups I tried to make the replacement the machine made a noisy racket for a good 30-40 seconds before any coffee was dispensed.
Oh and don't bother phoning the Morphy Richards troubleshooting helpline that is provided, utterly useless.
Will be staying well clear of Morphy Richards machines and just got a refund the second time.
I find the machine heats up pretty quick and i do a rinse of the head and the basket before use, then prewarm the glass. I think after that the "budget" aspect of the machine begins to show through as the longer the machine runs the hotter the water gets and if you do multiple runs without time to cool of it is mostly steam being pushed through the head, which will impact on the shot - not for the better. This is also a problem if you want to steam milk so i would always recommend doing the milk after you've done the shot. Overall i don't find it a huge issue as i always run some water through the head before i pull a shot and its then that you can see the temps not right, just have to leave for a little bit or turn off for a minute or two etc.
The milk frother seems to work okay and you can get nice hot milk with a not too bad foam on it - certainly not a super smooth microfoam, but fine for my needs. Then once i'm done a wipe all and a final purge of the head, clean the baskets and the frother if used, then you can finally enjoy the coffee.
I've been impressed with the machine and had no real problems (bar the poor tamp) and the temperature issues, but i think those are more inherent limitations with a basic machine. I honestly believe that i've had some nicer coffees out of this than in shops using machines in the 1000's of pounds - possibly the baristas are a major limiting factor?! Definitely been a good introduction and i fear a slippery slope in the quest for coffee perfection will ensue.
Be aware large tall mugs may not fit, even if you remove slops tray. But that really isn't a problem. (Treat your self to low wide cappuccino coffee cups, or espresso cups).
I now use this machine all the time, would not be with out it. I would hate to go back to using my old cafeteria coffee maker. The coffee really does tastes much better than filter, percolated or cafeteria coffee makers that I previously used. A good cheap way of stepping up to a real nice coffee experience.
Quite a large water container.
I come from a super hard water area and so to prevent it furring up quickly, I use very soft water in the machine, I buy the cheapest soft water in a 5 litre container from a supermarket.
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