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Bella Espresso Machine Review

This week the boys have gone back to school and the early mornings have been such a struggle. After two weeks off and lazy mornings the 7am wake up alarm was not a welcome one. Luckily once I've had a cup of coffee (or two) I'm like a different person and raring (well kind of) to go. If like me you enjoy your coffee and are looking for a new Espresso Machine then carry on reading as the Bella Espresso Machine I have been trying out for the last month may just be of interest to you.


My favourite part of receiving a new gadget is the unpacking. I love seeing something when it is brand new and unused - call me weird but that's how I roll. When I opened the Bella Espresso Machine's box I was instantly impressed with how the machine looked. It is a very sleek and glamorous looking little machine.



The Bella Espresso machine makes the prefect cup of coffee every time from a double or single shot of espresso, a frothy latte, or even a lovely hot chocolate. The machine has a generous and transparent 1.2 litre water tank so there's no need to fill it before each use and you can see how much water is left before it needs refilling again. It also has a cup warmer on top of the machine meaning you can heat your mug before adding the coffee and milk.



  
  

The machine has a three function control dial – coffee,standby,steam; a single and double cup stainless steel filter and a swivel steam wand  so you can make those creamy, milky lattes and hot chocolates like in the coffee shops but for a fraction of the price. 



I love that the machine is really easy to clean and comes apart easily. It has a removable drip tray and parts than can be cleaned in a dishwasher.
 
If you like the look of the Bella Espresso machine you can purchase it at the moment for £79.99 both online and instore at Argos.