If you like coffee, and I do this is a great machine for all your coffee requirements

Manual Espresso machines produce the best coffee so I was told.

Quick brewing times mean these machines are ideal for producing great coffee in a short time

In a modern market that’s littered with capsule and bean-to-cup machines. The brand have gone out of their way to make the Scultura a superb example.

It has 1.4 litre water tanker the back and you are able to brew anything up to 16 cups before any filling is required. This tank is removable to make for easy filling.

Many believe the manual process takes a lot of practice but the With this machine the process has been refined to make life simple, you just load the ground coffee, lock the brew arm into place and press a button

All the necessary peripherals are included: Espresso arm, a variety of filters and even a coffee scoop with a built-in tamper to compress the ground beans, although I bought a heavy stainless steal one as the plastic one didn’t seem to do the job

A steam arm is fitted for frothing your milk and the top of the machine acts as a cup warmer

The Scultura is also compatible with ESE espresso pods as well as loose grounds

At present, the Scultura is available for an amazing £149.99, truly staggering for a manual machine of this quality.

Its retro design will fit in with any kitchen design and it is compact enough that it won’t dominate a worktop. However, it isn’t small.

With everything you get for your money, you’ll have to look long and hard to find a better manual machine for this price in my opinion

The sheer number of options with the Scultura make it a great option for any home and any user if you like you coffee fresh

The side mounted steam arm makes for a much easier milk frothing process. You can manoeuvre the jug without coming close to the hot parts of the machine. This allows for greater ease of movement and improved safety from burns.

In conclusion, all you really need to know is that the price is right and the Scultura makes exceptional coffee.

Pair it with a coffee grinder one you have the perfect set up (see my other review)
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