Start here if you're looking for general information on Espresso Machines like what kind of machine is right for you and how much you can expect to pay for different kinds of machines.
If you're looking for Accessories to go with your espresso machine such as coffee bean grinders, frothers, etc or if you need a replacement part for your current machine - check here!
You can spend a small fortune on an Espresso machine, but if you don't get decent beans to go along with it you might as well toss your money right out the window! Learn all about beans here.
While not exactly an espresso machine, a French Press is almost as good! Sometimes you just want a strong cup of coffee that's espresso-esque. Everyone should have a Bodum.
Bosch Espresso Machines
Bosch is probably best known for its Tassimo Brew Bot single serve machines, but they also have a line of more traditional espresso machines. Learn all about them here.
If you're looking for a good mid-range espresso machine, Breville might just have exactly what you need. If you've overlooked them, take a closer glance & you might be surprised.
Briel Espresso Machines
Without a doubt, Briel is one of my favorite single shot manual espresso machine makers on the market today. I use them myself personally and have for over a decade.
Capresso is one of the most popular and recognized high-end espresso makers on the market today for good reason. They may be incredibly expensive, bet they're worth it!
When you hear the name Cuisinart, you probably think of small appliances like food processors and toasters, but they also have some pretty nice espresso machines too! Check them out here.
Unlike many others, Delonghi is a unique company because they offer such a wide array of espresso makers at virtually every price point. They truly have something for everyone.
Every industry has that one zany brand that marches to a different tune, and in the wonderful world of espresso, that brand is FrancisFrancis! Are you up for it?
These guys offer a mind boggling array of different espresso machines at just about any price range. Quality espresso machines, and a great selection is what you get from Gaggia.
If I had to pick just one brand of espresso bean to take with me on a deserted island, it would be Illy every single time. High quality espresso at a very reasonable price, that's Illy.
If you're looking for the best high-end super automatic (and semi-automatic) espresso machine, then Jura Capresso is the company for you. Find out why they're so expensive (and for good reason!).
Want an inexpensive single serve coffee and espresso maker? Then Keurig may be just right for you. Powered by single shot K-Cup capsules (or pods), there's a reason they're so popular.
A word of warning; stay away from their cheaper models because they are often powered by steam, but the more expensive models are pump powered and worth looking into.
Lavazza is most well known for their coffee (they claim almost 75% of all Italians drink their brand), but they also produce their own line of espresso machines. Are they worth it? Find out.
Looking for a single shot machine and don't want to pay an arm and a leg? Nespresso may be just for you. Unlike others, these machines are powered by capsules, not beans.
These are heavy duty machines for the serious espresso drinker. Why? Because Rancilio is best known for their commercial espresso machines, and they use some of those heavy duty parts in their home models too!
Saeco offers a wide range of espresso makers under their own name, but they also own and manufacture the Gaggia brand of espresso machines. Find out if they are right for you today.
While Starbucks does produce their own espresso machine (the Sirena) they're obviously most well known for their coffee shops and wide variety of coffee and espresso beans.
The Tassimo Brew Bot single serve espresso and coffee machines are quickly becoming some of the most popular machines on the market. Relatively inexpensive, these t-disc pod machines are great fun.