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Expresso Mio

2.8 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • Designed for 2 Minutes in a Microwave
  • Rich Espresso Fast & Easy
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USE AT OFFICE - HOME - DORM ROOM, ETC. ALSO MAKES A GREAT GIFT DESIGNED FOR 2 MINUTES IN MICROWAVE. RICH EXPRESSO FAST & EASY CAPPUCCINO / LATTE/MOCHA & MORE Designed to brew a double shot of expresso in under 2 minutes Quick Microwave brewing extracts full flavor Easy-pump frother frothers hot or cold milk Cool-touch body and handle Unit and frother are dishwasher-safe

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12 x 10.9 x 4 inches
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer BLACK & DECKER
ASIN B001AZXGYG
Item model number EE200
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2.8 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #207,476 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#156 in Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Espresso Machine & Coffeemaker Combos
Date first available at Amazon.com July 16, 2005

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As an ex-Seattle-ite of 12 years, I am pretty persnickity about my espresso. I found this microwave espresso maker at an upscale retail outlet for discontinued merchandise, in my new home city, and thought, what the heck, it is only $10, what do I have to lose? For ten bucks I got the microwave espresso maker and a frother, basically a beaker with plunger/beater for making steamed milk froth you see on a cappucinno.

After a few attempts, I found the proper setting on my microwave, to make excellent shots of espresso. I did have a couple of messes to clean up before I figured it out. I have a smallish GE microwave purchased in 1997, and don't remember the wattage, but running the microwave for 1 minute and 45 seconds yields almost a full shot of espresso. I empty the result into a cup and put the espresso maker back in the microwave for an additional 10 or 15 seconds which makes enough more to make a good sized shot when added to the first batch. I do this because one newspaper reviewer, who I will talk about later, mentioned that his espresso had a burned taste from leaving it in too long. I have not experienced this, but do this anyway as a precaution. The result is an acceptable dose of espresso for use in making a latte, etc., every time. I do sometimes just add a bit of sugar and take it straight, as well.

Now for the frother. This little guy is amazing and worth the cost, even if you don't use the espresso maker. I am able to make a decent froth in a few seconds using non-fat milk. Whoa. With whole milk you can make something approaching whipped cream in a 15-30 seconds.

Now for the reviewer I mentioned earlier.
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By Ron on May 17, 2010
I love espresso and use this while traveling. It took a little practice to come up with the right grind and quantity but I can micro a better espresso than I can get from most baristas (except when traveling in Italy or France).
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I had read good reviews about this products but I cannot say I am that pleased with it. I probably need to practice more on making the espresso because mine not only bubbled over but tasted bad. I also found the products (even though they were boxed) to be dirty and very dusty inside the packing.
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The Expresso Mio is terrific at making a cup of expresso on the go. The expresso is not burnt tasting and the Mio cleans up easily and quickly.
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The product is OK, but when the frother comes apart, beware...no instructions and I have tried every which way to put it back together without success. Searched online and many others have same problem.
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This is a microwavable moka pot. It doesn't make espresso. What comes out of a moka pot isn't espresso - its really, really strong coffee. Espresso has a foamy crema and, when made properly, isn't over-extracted. None of this can be said for moka which is thick, lacks foam, and is more thoroughly extracted. That doesn't make it bad, it's simply not espresso (and while I'm at it, neither are many other gadgets labeled as espresso machines. If it contains a boiler which heats water until the water blasts through the coffee grounds, then it's not an espresso machine, it's moka. If it heats water to a temperature below boiling then uses a pump to force the water through the coffee grounds, then it is).

I happened to stumble onto this little device at a thrift store on a 50% off day so I walked out with it for the princely sum of 98¢. I didn't get all the extras, just the espresso mio.

I was dubious it could work because I figured the coffee grounds would get cooked before the hot water hit them and how could that be a good thing? Turns out the aluminum basket the coffee sits in reflects the microwave energy away from it so the coffee is safe.

My first results were awful, but after I worked with it for a while I learned that it's surprisingly sensitive to minute changes and if you're careful & consistent, you can get a good strong brew fast with a minimum of muss & fuss.

I fill the small water cup with water (I always use distilled) and then gently pour enough medium ground coffee in the little basket so it comes just up to the top (apparently a little handle for the basket, so it can be used as a scoop, comes with this but I didn't get one). For those that care, this is usually around 6 grams of coffee. I don't compress the grounds.
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