Saeco Primea cappuccino – deliciousness in a cup. I enjoy a good espresso cappuccino and most often I make my own espresso with the manual cappuccino machine that I have enjoyed for some time now. I like playing around with roasting my own coffee, grinding the coffee different ways and also trying out different espresso tamper tamping “settings”. This last part is not very scientific I assure you, it’s more a feel thing if you catch my drift 🙂 However, I have had the opportunity to enjoy a Saeco Primea cappuccino thanks to a friends very nice Saeco Primea Touch Plus. A great machine and you can read more about it by clicking on that link.
Getting started with Saeco Primea cappuccino
But today I want to talk more broadly about Saeco Primea cappuccino and how the consistency seems to be excellent across the Saeco coffee machines. Saeco coffee as an aside is a terrific success story in the cappuccino maker niche. They were only founded in 1981 but quickly rose to prominence by launching the first fully automatic espresso machine for home use in 1985. Oh yeah, they also bought out Gaggia in 1999 and were recently acquired by Philips in ’09. Perhaps starting and being based in Italy had something to do with it? 😉
Saeco espresso machines come in both manual or semi automatic espresso machines as well as automatic espresso machines. The former include the Saeco Aroma, Saeco Magic including the Saeco Magic Comfort and Saeco Via Venezia, which if memory serves correctly was at one point sold by Starbucks coffee company.
Some of the Saeco fully automatic cappuccino machines include: Saeco Incanto, Saeco Odea including the Saeco Odea Go, the Saeco Talea including the Saeco Tale Touch and the Saeco Talea Giro, Saeco Primea and the Saeco Primea Touch Plus as I mentioned earlier.
Advantages of Saeco Primea cappuccino
One of the great things about Saeco Primea cappuccino generally is that this is an automatic espresso machine. And something that no a lot of people know about the Saeco Primea cappuccino ring is that this is a coffee machine that is inspired and designed by BMW Group DesignworksUSA. How many people can say that there espresso maker is designed by the folks at BMW. Not many, and this is probably one of the reasons why Saeco Primea cappuccino has become so hugely successful.
The Saeco Odea Giro Plus is also one of the Saeco cappuccino machines that has been designed by the good folks at BMW. If you take a look at the Saeco Primea and the Saeco Odea side by side they are incredibly similar. The Saeco Primea is more than twice the price of the Saeco Odea however, you also get a lot more automatic features to enjoy your Saeco Primea cappuccino. Some of the added features include of course the touch screen, illuminated brewing area as well as what Saeco calls Touch2Cappuccino which allows for the simultaneous preparation of 2 espresso based beverages at the touch of the button. And the milk is stores inside the espresso machine. This is truly a fully automatic espresso machine with practically hands off operation.
So if you’re looking for a good fully functional, fully automated and at the same time discreet and with a very aesthetically design then the Saeco Primea Ring or Saeco Primea Touch is an espresso machine to definitely consider. It costs a few dollars, but then again you can afford it if you’re looking for one of the best fully automatic cappuccino machines on the market. Bottoms up. Have another Saeco Primea cappuccino, you’ve earned it 😉