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Impress Your Friends With Weekend Brunch


After a long work week or a late night out, nothing beats a slow and steady weekend brunch with family and friends. Whip up a mean scrambled eggs and toast or some tapsilog while you ponder upon the week that passed. No brunch is complete without coffee so impress your guests with your own homemade concoctions. 

Cafe-level Flat White

What separates a good flat white from the rest is perfectly textured milk poured over some espresso. The powerful steam wand of an espresso machine allows you to heat up the milk while you produce this velvety microfoam. We promise you, your guests will gulp down your flat white because it will be as good or even better than their favorite coffee joint.

Iced Americanos

Believe it or not, the Americano is one of the simplest beverages to make but it is also often poorly prepared. Home espresso machines allows you to control the deliciousness of your coffee. Adjust the temperature or the extraction time and you’ve won half the battle. Just pull a double shot espresso and tip it over a glass full of ice cold water. Easy peasy.

Coffees Made In a Jiffy 

Once your espresso machine and grinder are both setup, making and serving coffee has never been this fast. If you’re hosting a big group at home, you’ll be able to serve everyone’s coffee in the shortest time possible. Espresso machines pack a lot of power and if you have a double-boiler machine, you can even multitask for your cappuccinos and lattes. 

Level up your brunch cred with better tasting coffee. Automatic machines do a decent job but nothing tops a semi-auto machine like the Rocket Appartamento. Not only does it make delicious coffee, it also fits perfectly on top of your kitchen counter. It's time to bid farewell to mediocre brunch, and say hello to well-caffeinated weekends!

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