I personally love the Delonghi EC9335.M, regardless of the discussions around the uncanny similarity with the Breville Barista Express.
Delonghi EC9335 La Specialista is a great alternative, and a competitor of Barista Express. Our review shows why La Specialista is a great espresso machine.
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La Specialista is a hybrid machine, placing between a semiautomatic and a fully automatic espresso machine. This means it gives you more control over the brewing process, compared to a super automatic. At the same time it includes advanced features that makes your espresso brewing experience incredibly easy. Not quite automated, but simple enough. I’ll show you what that means in a moment.
As we mentioned, a comparison example of a high end domestic hybrid is the Breville Oracle. The Barista Express is a great machine but La Specialista is at least on par with it, feature wise and in overall quality.
The Delonghi La Specialista EC9335.M is the best semi automatic espresso machine that Delonghi has to offer. New out in May 2019, it is the Ferrari of domestic espresso coffee makers. Read on to find out what makes this machines so great!
Delonghi La Specialista EC9335.M Review
The Delonghi EC9335.m is suitable for everyone. The whole point of the design is that it makes coffee making fool proof. You can make a great espresso even if this is your first time doing it. The more you practice and learn, the more you understand how to tweak your shots for perfection.
The Delonghi La Specialista retails for around $800. Consider that the machine contains both a grinder and an espresso maker. Also, when you take in consideration the amount of features the price is absolutely worth it.
Read on, and you will see how this machine is going to make your espresso brewing a great experience, and why you should consider it as your next purchase.
La Specialista Dimensions
This machine is a proper espresso machine that will yield commercial, professional barista standard coffee. By default, it needs to be a bit bigger. It weighs nearly 29 pounds it measures 12.4 by 14.5 by 17.5 inches.
This post was inspired by the article published at Coffee-Brewing-Methods.com, where you can read other coffee brewing tutorials, equipment buying guides, and coffee beans reviews. You can read the rest of the review here.