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Sage Barista Express Espresso Machine – Espresso and Coffee Maker, Bean to Cup Coffee Machine, BES875UK , Brushed Stainless Steel

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Sage Barista Express Espresso Machine – Espresso and Coffee Maker, Bean to Cup Coffee Machine, BES875UK , Brushed Stainless Steel
Sage Barista Express Espresso Machine – Espresso and Coffee Maker, Bean to Cup Coffee Machine, BES875UK , Brushed Stainless Steel

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Description

Sage Barista Express Espresso Machine – Espresso and Coffee Maker, Bean to Cup Coffee Machine, BES875UK , Brushed Stainless Steel. From the model Sage.

  • The Sage Barista Express delivers third wave speciality espresso at dwelling utilizing the 4 keys system and is a part of the Barista Sequence that provides multi functional espresso machines with built-in grinder to go from beans to espresso in underneath one minute
  • DOSE CONTROL GRINDING: Built-in precision conical burr grinder grinds on demand to ship the correct quantity of freshly floor espresso instantly into the portafilter on your most popular style with any roast of bean
  • OPTIMAL WATER PRESSURE: Low stress pre-infusion steadily will increase stress firstly and helps guarantee all of the flavours are drawn out evenly throughout the extraction for a balanced tasting cup
  • PRECISE ESPRESSO EXTRACTION: Digital temperature management (PID) delivers water at exactly the precise temperature, making certain optimum espresso extraction
  • MANUAL MICROFOAM MILK TEXTURING: The highly effective steam wand efficiency permits you to hand texture microfoam milk that enhances flavour and allows the creation of latte artwork
  • ESPRESSO MACHINE WITH GRIND SIZE DIAL: Easy and intuitive, supplying you with management over the grind dimension it doesn’t matter what sort of bean you are grinding
  • INCLUDED ACCESSORIES: Razor Dose Trimming Instrument, 54mm Stainless Steel Portafilter, 1 & 2 cup Single & Twin Wall Filter Baskets, Coffee Scoop, Built-in Tamper, Stainless Steel Milk Jug, Cleansing Disc & Tablets, Brush Instrument & Allen Key, Water Filter & Filter Holder
  • CAPACITY & SETTINGS: 250 gram Bean Hopper; 2L Water Tank; Single or Double pictures; Adjustable Grind Quantity and Handbook over-journey
  • WARRANTY: 2 12 months Restore, Substitute or Refund Assure; Energy: 1850 Watts; Voltage: 220-240 Volts

Additional information

Specification: Sage Barista Express Espresso Machine – Espresso and Coffee Maker, Bean to Cup Coffee Machine, BES875UK , Brushed Stainless Steel

Brand

‎Sage

Model Number

‎BES875UK

Colour

‎Brushed Stainless Steel

Product Dimensions

‎31 x 40 x 33 cm, 10.6 Kilograms

Capacity

‎2 litres

Power Wattage

‎1850 watts

Voltage

‎240

Material

‎Stainless Steel

Auto Shutoff

‎No

Special Features

‎Integrated Coffee Grinder, Water Filter, Jug

Item Weight

‎10.6 kg

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3 reviews for Sage Barista Express Espresso Machine – Espresso and Coffee Maker, Bean to Cup Coffee Machine, BES875UK , Brushed Stainless Steel

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  1. BSW

    Got mine last July and it was working pretty good so far. However now I am out of water filters and since weeks it is impossible to order any for it from amazon or from the sage homepage.
    Now there are only different type of water filters available that will not work with this machine.

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  2. BSW

    Update July 2019
    Have used this machine for 2 months now. Bit disappointed. The coffee is still excellent, but another flaw has developed, aside from the one mentioned below.

    Tarnishes have appeared all over the bodywork, ruining the look of the machine a bit. I’m not sure why these grey spots have appeared, but presume it may be some standing water or coffee that I didn’t wipe off. Or perhaps a few drops of the descaler I used (a common brand).

    Have tried removing the spots with bicarb of soda solution and lemon juice, as recommended online, with no luck.

    So in summary, the stainless steel is not very stainless and after contacting Sage, have been informed that the warranty does not cover cosmetic damage.

    So dry your machine thoroughly each time you use it!

    Also have noted that, unlike my previous DeLonghi, this doesn’t warn you when the water level is low, so check each time before you use the machine or you could damage the heating element if water is not passing through. My old machine wouldn’t function until the water level was topped up, which was a great feature that I miss.

    After a couple of months of practice, I can make a coffee as quickly as the old machine however, which is a nice surprise.

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    May 2019
    Moved on to this machine from my trusty DeLonghi Magnifica, which I’ve had for 6 years. The coffee from the Magnifica achieves 8/10. The Barista Express gets to 10/10. It really is that good when you have mastered the technique.

    However. I wasn’t aware that this machine uses a proprietary ‘ClaroSwiss’ filter in the water tank. I’m extremely confused why they went for this. The filter is very difficult to obtain and has to be bought directly from Sage at £14 a pop. And they recommend changing it EVERY 3 MONTHS. So an extra £52 extra a year to run this machine as the manufacturer intended and that’s before the extra cleaning tablets for the group head and the decalcification fluid/powder and water for the rest of the system.

    What’s even more concerning is that the particular filter doesn’t even feature on the official ClaroSwiss website! I have concerns about how long this filter would be supported in the future. If Sage stop supplying it, it won’t be available. Unlike almost every other item on the internet, it’s not available anywhere else and there’s not even a less expensive unbranded version available.

    Why Sage went down this road instead of using a standard charcoal or resin filter type that is freely available and cheap beggars belief. Really disappointed Sage. The only flaw I can find in an otherwise perfect machine.

    I can’t see myself pandering after these filters for long. The machine will work with no filter fitted. So I will probably just fill the tank from the filtered water tap on my fridge, descale regularly, and hope it doesn’t damage the machine. Despite the claims of the various companies, I don’t believe the filters do much about water hardness anyway, which is what leads to limescale build up. So regular descaling is probably better. Good descaler powder is available on Amazon for a decent price (just bought Dezcal Urnex descaling powder). I wouldn’t recommend putting vinegar through the machine as suggested elsewhere.

    2 cleaning tablets are supplied for portafilter cleaning. Again, good replacements are available on Amazon, just make sure you go for ones that are 1.5-1.6mm in diameter. I just bought Urnex Cafeza E31 tablets, which appear to be compatible.

    I know this reads alike a 1 star review, but the machine appears otherwise excellent and produces amazing coffee and textured milk, so 4 stars as the ends justify the means.

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  3. Lewis

    This isn’t a one push button instant coffee machine. If that’s what you’re looking for, click away now.

    This coffee machine does most of the hard work for you. It will allow you to pour a bag of freshly roasted beans into the grinder and have it dispensed into a cup within a few minutes. There is some manual attention to detail required for best results. This can make awful coffee. This can also make some fabulous coffee. I’m not here to tell you the exact answer, because it’s something you will learn through using it. I’m here to tell you that it’s entirely possible to learn how to make great coffee within just a few weeks of using it and what I personally discovered.

    So, what did I learn?

    1. Buy fresh beans – no supermarket shelf stuff, not even M&S. It isn’t fresh enough and your coffee will taste flat. Waitrose do a few types that have the roast date printed on the bag, if it’s within a month, that’ll do.
    2. The included levelling tool isn’t all that precise – I always find that slightly above that mark is actually better
    3. The amount of pressure you tamp with has a huge impact on the pressure dial – you have to press quite hard, and ensure the level of coffee still sits high enough, yes you can add more and re-tamp.
    4. The best shot comes from the double filter with single skin – the biggest one with the most holes. Learn on this one as the single skin ones cheat a bit. They have a single hole which artificially maintains a set pressure so you can’t really mess up. The trick is to learn from the start. The single one is very fiddly and easy to get wrong.
    5. Milk frothing is still quite hard for me, I think the best thing to do is get the wand deep in the milk to start with, then froth it when it’s hot. Latte art is not as easy as the spotty weekend barista makes it look.

    Since using this, I don’t buy coffee from shops anymore. I prefer my own. You can make whatever drink you want from it, single or double shot cappuccino, latte, frapawhatever. Be as pretentious as you want in the comfort of your own home. It also has a hot water dispenser for the green tea drinkers.

    Cleaning is a bit of a faff. Tray comes out in three pieces laced with coffee dust and water, but that’s the price of fine art I guess. Keep it clean and it will keep making nice drinks. Also run the group head with nothing in it from time to time to clear it out. Changing the filter is absolutely vital if you live in a hard water area. Put it in your phone calendar or something.

    It’s a nice product to have, changing beans keeps things fresh for me. I recommend an online subscription of some sort. I look forward to seeing your results on Instagram.

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