A Gaggia coffee maker is the ideal solution for anyone who just can’t get started in the morning without a dose of caffeine in a cup. Many consider the strong dark shots of espresso to be the only way to drink coffee, and if you’ve ever visited Italy then you’ll be used to how important coffee is in day-to-day life.
|Gaggia Baby||Gaggia Baby Twin|
|The Gaggia Baby is relatively compact and can be used to make one or two cups at a time.
It also incorporates a frother for making cappucino.
|The Gaggia Baby Twin is the jewel in the crown of the Baby series. It’s double heating system means that you don’t have to wait for it to heat up to produce steam after making espresso and the electronic controls mean it is a doddle to use.|
|Gaggia Baby review||Gaggia Baby Twin info|
The key to espresso coffee is in the high pressure steam used in espresso makers, a system invented by Achille Gaggia in 1938 for his own café. Delivering the steam at constant pressure through the coffee grounds produces the distinctive flavour and crema of well made espresso.
After the Second World War, Gaggia decided to commercialise his invention, forming the Gaggia company in 1948. Initially producing the big machines seen in many cafes, the company began production of domestic coffee makers in 1977 with the Gaggia Baby. Since then it has gone expand its Gaggia coffee maker range and related products for the home market.