John Lewis have their fantastic clearance now on with up to 50% off 1000s of lines – and here we highlight the De Longhi Prima Donna bean to cup coffee maker.
Update: 12 July 2010
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De Longhi Prima Donna bean to cup coffee maker
Reduced to Clear – Now Only £750, reduced from £999
Is the John Lewis Clearance Price the best price?
As at 12 July 2010 yes it is as far as we can find – for example at
Amazon – £799.99
House of Fraser – Out of Stock
John Lewis – £750
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More about the De Longhi Prima Donna – ESAM6600
It is a fully-automated bean-to-cup espresso / cappuccino machine. Its patented Auto Cappuccino System creates the perfect cappuccino, latte or macchiato – just fill with water and fresh milk, load the coffee beans (or ground coffee) and you’re ready to go!
Aside from its stylish stainless steel finish, the DeLonghi Prima Donna has a memory function, so you can store your preferred brew – all at the touch of a button. There’s even an adjustable coffee dispenser for different cup sizes. The ESAM6600 has 2 separate thermostats for water and steam, with the 15 bar pressure ensuring the perfect ‘crema’ is created.
De Longhi Prima Donna Bean to Cup Coffee Maker Reviews
“Indulge in the ultimate coffee experience with this premium,
fully automated coffee machine. It comes complete with a
memory function so you can store your preferred brew with the touch of a button.”
Aarti Rayarel, Electricals Expert, johnlewis.com
I think this one from Amazon, speaks for itself:
‘Quite simply this machine has no equal on the domestic market. It is the answer to the problem of making quality expresso coffee every time. We have tried a series of machines from the quixotic “chrome peacock” to the workaday “pod” machine, but this is far, far superior.
With this machine, you simply pour the coffee beans in one end, press a button and a perfect cup of fresh expresso coffee emerges within seconds with a perfect (and delicious) “crema” every time. It is highly adjustable, so for example, you can select “long” or “short” expresso, and you can easily vary the strength(6 options) just by pressing a single button.
If you take milk in your coffee, the jug system is ingenious and simple to use, again using a single button. It effortlessly produces that wonderful, creamy, thick foam that you normally only see in commercial outlets. Moreover, it does this within seconds for cup after cup, eliminating that tiresome fuss experienced with lesser machines. The result tastes like a professionally-made cappuccino or latte.
More prosaically, it tells you (on the small electronic screen) when to empty the coffee grounds or fill the tank (both very simple procedures). It also rinses itself when you switch it off. It looks good too: it is a quality item, well made with very high specification chrome and plastics. It is not too big: it has plainly been designed to sit comfortably on a domestic kitchen work surface and it does so very happily, without looking disporoportionate.
In short, while this machine is obviously expensive, it produces commercial quality coffee with a fantasic crema and/or foam at the touch of a button, consistently, and without fuss. If you love expresso coffee, it is well worth the money.’
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