Sage The Barista Express

(3 customer reviews)

$347.99

Espresso,with Coffee Grinder, Milk Frother, Removable Watertank, 1850W, Capacity (Watertank): 2 L, Capacity (Cups): 2 , Permanent , Colour: Stainless Steel

Sage The Barista Express properties

Product name The Barista Express
Type Espresso
Integrated No
Features Removable Watertank
Functions Hot Water Dispenser, Programmable
Filter Type Permanent
Brewing Pressure 15.0 bar
Integrated Coffee Grinder Yes
Integrated Milk Frother Yes
Capacity (Watertank) 2.0 L
Capacity (Cups) 2
Power 1850 W
No. of Portafilter 1
No. of Brewing Spouts 2
Colour Stainless Steel
Width 33.0 cm
Height 40.0 cm
Depth 31.0 cm
Product name

Product type

Integrated

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Filter Type

Brewing Pressure

Integrated Coffee Grinder

Integrated Milk Frother

Capacity-Watertank

Capacity-Cups

Power

No. of Portafilter

No. of Brewing Spouts

Colour

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3 reviews for Sage The Barista Express

  1. Mike Torro

    I didn’t know that coffee could be so aromatic and full of flavor. The Sage Barista Express is the best that could have happened to me.
    Each of us likes a different coffee, so it was the best choice for our family. Possibility of choosing and portioning coffee, nice drawer for accessories, and many other cool functions. We say YES.

  2. Kayson Hayes

    Maker outside the basic functions that meets perfectly is a very user-friendly device. Lights displaying insufficient amount of water and grains, the need to empty the container on the fuses or the filter replacement definitely improve use.

    In addition, “self-cleaning” equipment before and after hand coffee – a great thing! A cool solution with the possibility of preparing coffee from a grain as well as ground.
    It has a nozzle for foaming milk that really can flee. When deciding to buy, however, I would choose a model with a milk container.
    Nevertheless, I recommend this model!

  3. Andrea Hartley

    The coffee machine looks great (although it’s a matter of taste). You can make two coffees at the same time, but if you first foam the milk, you have to wait a long time until it is ready to prepare coffee. I turn it off for 2 seconds and after turning it on, you can immediately start brewing coffee. Besides, everything is great

    Too early for summaries, but the first impression is very good. I’m just a bit surprised by the amount of settings on the menu. which would need to be defined before first use. It’s quite complicated, but I’m using the factory settings for now. Besides, what the cup is placed on seems to me to be quite cheaply made.

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What functions does Sage The Barista Express have?

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What is the pressure in Sage The Barista Express?

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