Gaggia Brera Super Automatic Espresso Machine in Black. Pannarello Wand Frothing for Latte and Cappuccino Drinks. Espresso from Pre-Ground or Whole Bean Coffee.

August 18, 2018 - Comment

The new face of traditional Italian espresso, the Gaggia Brera features an elegant brushed stainless steel front panel and a compact design that is much more space efficient than most machines in its class. But don’t let its size fool you; this super automatic takes full advantage of advanced technology-allowing it to go toe-to-toe with

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The new face of traditional Italian espresso, the Gaggia Brera features an elegant brushed stainless steel front panel and a compact design that is much more space efficient than most machines in its class. But don’t let its size fool you; this super automatic takes full advantage of advanced technology-allowing it to go toe-to-toe with the industry’s heavyweights.

Product Features

  • FROTHING FOR MILK BEVERAGES: Pannarello wand frothing for cappuccinos & lattes. Wand doubles as a hot water dispenser for americanos & tea.
  • EASY ACCESS: The dregs drawer, drip tray, and water tank are all within reach and accessible from the front of the machine for quick and easy cleaning and maintenance.
  • USER-FRIENDLY DISPLAY: Push-button controls and an LED display with illuminated icons make for an easy and intuitive experience.
  • RAPID STEAM TECHNOLOGY: Quick heat up times and robust brewing and steaming operations. Supported coffee types : Ground coffee, Whole coffee beans
  • 1 YEAR WARRANTY: Hassle free 1 year warranty handled by Gaggia directly. Brita Filter compatible: Yes
  • Cup Height: 3.25″ to 4.5″
  • See instructional video in the images above.

Comments

...bill says:

Brera vs. Vienna. Brera works, but know it’s place Update Dec 2014. Fixed spelling errors (thank you) added a few comments here.Had this machine a while now. Initially was concerned of flimsy plastic parts. Happy to report the Brera is holding up well with daily use with no operational issues. A few new observations:a) The metal part of the steam wand under the rubber will become coated (plated) with baked-on milk. Nothing seems to prevent this, just a bit of a tedious cleaning required periodically.b) The “descaling cycle” is nothing more than running descaler through the machine, waiting and flushing.c) I have the settings dialed in to our liking, with the finest grind possible. The biggest variable is the coffee beans. Experiment and find something fresh and not too oily.d) Water container is indeed small. You’ll fill it every day. Minor inconvenience, and is a tradeoff of small counter space.I’d buy this again and recommend to friends looking for inexpensive way to get an automatic…

John Green says:

Easy To Use, Well Designed – But Very Small Capacities In 2006, I bought a Saeco V’Spresso superautomatic espresso machine, expecting it to last about four years. In 2017, it finally gave out. So naturally I decided to try Saeco again. I found that Gaggia is actually manufactured by them, so this was the model I ordered. I find it to be really quiet and very efficient, with great coffee taste, but that it is a bit bulky, takes a bit of maintenance and has small capacities for water and coffee.First, the coffee. It really does a great job. You can program the amount of liquid (up to 8 oz for a large cup), and can adjust the strength. It is simple to use in the morning, when complex is bad!Here is what I like:+ The cost – this is one of the cheapest superautomatics around, and yet it looks good and feels solid.+ It works quietly and looks nice. The reservoir for water is on the front left (behind the frothing wand), and there is an identical reservoir that holds the “pucks” that come…

Lantern Customer says:

Extremely disappointed!

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