Bialetti Mini Express Single Server Espresso Machine
The Bialetti I Caffe d'Italia Espresso System captures the Italian passion for great coffee in a small package.
The Mini Express Single Server Machine brings together decades of coffee-brewing experience with the latest in technology. Bialetti's special coffee blends embody the accurate taste of different local traditions. This perfect combination of Bialetti expertise and innovation delivers the ultimate in satisfaction with every cup.
The powerful Mini Express operates with a 20 bar high pressure system providing the perfect crema on your espresso every single time. The easy start-and-stop function makes it simple to brew your individual cup and the easy-to-use capsule system loads and expels capsules with one single motion. Used capsules will be automatically stored in the used capsule receptacles.
The Bialetti Mini Express Single Server Espresso Machine features a convenient removable 20oz. water Reservoir with a quick-view level marker.
Get the Bialetti Mini Express Single Server Espresso Machine for $199.95 at bialettishop.com .
Out-of-order espresso machine back in commission
And if you really needed your white chocolate mocha, that meant going all the way to the Plaster Student Union.
Enid Harris, an administrative affiliate at the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, said in a phone interview that she had experienced this problem several times and mentioned that it was having an effect on other people, as well as the kiosk itself.
“There’s always a line down there,” Harris said. “And they do good business when it’s working.”
Harris also said that the machine began the spring semester non-functional, which was confirmed by Tony Hein, the resident manager of Chartwells that oversees Outtakes.
Hein said over email that the machine had indeed broken down, and that the extended delay was due to the amount of time they had to “work with the importer to find a repair company that had the correct software.”
Starbucks’ espresso machines, like so many other things in the world today, rely on internal computers to function, automating much of the process of using them. The downside of this, of course, is the ease with which something can go wrong with the machine.