Coffee: every professional Barista will tell you that preparing a good cup of coffee, a perfectly balanced cup of espreeso, or a creamy cappuccino is a real science. And it all starts with the coffee. Did you know that as soon as coffee beans are ground, they lose 40% of their flavors in the following minutes? In its constant quest for perfection, KRUPS decided to introduce its Fully Automatic EA82 Fully Automatic Machine. In just few seconds, you can enjoy a perfect cup of espresso from freshly ground beans. Bring your coffee shop at home and become your own Barista.
Passion. Precision. Perfection. Built with these three attributes in mind, our KRUPS EA82 Fully Automatic Machine is one of the most compact units on the market. Designed and Manufactured in France where every single unit is thoroughly tested, KRUPS is providing its best-in-class products to the most demanding consumers. From coffee amateurs to afficionados, the KRUPS EA82 will deliver perfectly balanced cups of espresso thanks to its unique thermoblock system. Because the art of coffee is so difficult to master, KRUPS spent several years observing professional baristas trying to understand their everyday gestures. They then worked to reproduce these gestures at home with only one machine. With its 15 bar pump, hydraulic automated tamping system, and metalic burr grinder, the KRUPS EA82 will enable everyone to prepare perfect shots of espresso. Enjoy a hot cup from the very first brew and prepare an array of different recipes thanks to the intuitive LCD Screen that will guide you through every step of the process.
To make sure your experience with KRUPS fully automatic is the most enjoyable, KRUPS recommends using medium roast beans such as American Roasts, City Roasts, Full City Roasts or Vienna Roasts for the darker ones. Even if heavily used in coffee shops and widely commercialized in the U. S. , darker roasts such as French Roasts or Italian roasts would not produce a perfectly balanced taste : the acidity of the coffee will be very diminished and little, if any, of the inherent flavors of the coffee will remain. This is similar to eating "overcooked" food.