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Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine with Iron Frame and Stainless Steel Side Panels, 11.4 by 13.4-Inch

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  • Ergonomic porta filter handle same as the proven design of Rancilio commercial machines
  • Commercial grade group head for superb heat stability and extraction quality
  • Articulating steam wand offers complete range of motion and professional steaming knob precisely controls steaming pressure
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This popular traditional style semi-automatic espresso machine is built to last. Its strong linear designed housing is constructed of an iron frame and stainless steel side panels. Built with Rancilio's commercial grade group head for excellent heat stability and premium extraction quality. Features a patented ergonomic 58mm porta filter for superb extraction. These are the same porta filters used on Rancilio commercial machines. The single boiler of the Silvia has the largest volume capacity of any home machine in its class. Holding 0.3 liters (12oz) this chrome plated brass boiler produces outstanding steaming power and remarkable recovery time between shots. The two quart water reservoir can be removed or filled from the top at anytime during the operation. The Rancilio Silvia features an articulating stainless steel steam wand that allows for a complete range of motion for steaming perfect latte quality milk. Control steaming power with the commercially designed steam knob. This Silvia comes with a 7 gram coffee scoop, a plastic tamper and two filter baskets (single and double). This is the most current version of the Silvia available direct from the factory.

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Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great coffee for the home enthusiast and worth every effort to learn!
By Sherlockian on January 19, 2018
***UPDATE: I've had this machine for a little over a year now, and everything I said in the original review below still holds. I would like to add that regular maintenance of this machine is essential to keep it in good working order. Make sure you backflush regularly, de-scale (especially if you have hard water) and also clean out the grinder. I neglected to clean the grinder for the first 8 months and it was a mess to disassemble and pick out all the built-up coffee oils. So just make sure you do your regular maintenance on this machine and treat it nicely, and in return you can expect a consistently delicious espresso every time.

PS: I finally mastered the oat milk latte....WORTH IT!

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Ok, so I spend WAY too much money at the coffee shop. $5-6 per visit at my local shop, but why waste the money? I first started learning how to make 'proper' coffee back in 2013 with a DeLonghi Retro Bar32 that I picked up for about $75. Knowing very little, I initially struggled to figure out how to pull a good shot of espresso that wasn't watery or bitter. Most pre-ground coffee didn't work; but the experience did teach me how to operate a semi-manual machine, how to heat up the boiler, steam milk etc. etc. My biggest gripe was the milk steamer which didn't get me that nice microfoam and tended to make the milk more watery than anything.

So, 4 years later (hat tip to the the DeLonghi for still going strong in 2018 btw!) I felt it was time to invest in something a little better. With an upper limit budget of $1000 and a LOT of research, I settled on the Rancilio Silvia. I understood the learning curve was steep but I wanted good coffee, darnit, and I was willing to work for it.

Well, I've had the Silvia for a little bit over a month now, and I couldn't be more pleased. I purchased both the Silvia and Rocky doserless grinder at the same time from Cerini Coffee and Gifts in the Bronx (great seller!) and it arrived promptly and excellently packaged with a bonus lb of beans to get started! I now buy my beans from a local coffee roaster, and the Rocky grinder allows me to grind the freshest beans which I'm sure play greatly into the taste of the coffee. It took me some time to figure out the correct grinder setting that would get me the 2oz shot in 20-30 seconds with the right flavor, but once I got it 'dialed in' (coffee aficionado lingo for finding the right settings) it makes amazing coffee. My microfoam steaming skills are still under development, but I can make some great, thick cappuccino-style foam, which I generally dump on top of the finished product to generally delicious effect.

Initially I considered getting the PID add-on for the machine, but honestly, after following the temperature surfing guidelines and paying attention to the lights, I've got it down to a pretty good system. Yes, the PID would probably satisfy my latent perfectionism, but I'm honestly getting a great cup of coffee without it. I just try to be as consistent as possible in terms of dosing, tamping and brew time and found this is a good combination. So, my vote is that the PID add-on is optional, a convenience but not essential.

Note: For all you non-dairy drinkers out there, there's an additional learning curve to master: steaming non-dairy milk! Yay! But hang in there. After repeated practice, I find that I can get pretty good results with soy milk and most almond milks. Oat continues to be a challenge but one I'm committed to mastering because have you ever tried oat milk in a latte? (hint: it's delicious) For those who do prefer dairy, I've gotten the best results with cold 2% milk; however whole milk works too.

Since this is already a significant financial investment in the machine, I would suggest also purchasing both a heavy tamper and a stainless steel milk foaming cup to complement your purchase. The tamp provided by Rancilio is plastic, and doesn't give the adequate pressure needed. The milk foaming pitcher helps you properly measure out and steam the right quantity of milk.

In conclusion, I'm really happy with this machine. I only visit the coffee shop now to buy beans, and I enjoy making coffee for family and friends too! Yes, the initial outlay is expensive, but at $5-6 at the coffee shop, this is an investment that will pay for itself over time.

Final note: For those on the fence about spending this money with no prior experience in coffee making - let me suggest starting with a lower-priced machine like a DeLonghi or similar and then getting a really good grinder. As a fun experiment, I made a latte on my old machine using the Rocky grinder, and it was pretty tasty! So, if you're not sure about spending a bunch of money on a machine, start with the grinder along with a lower-priced machine. The fresh-ground beans really make all the difference on any equipment.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Make very good espresso with thick creama and fantastic Lattes
By Ray D on November 25, 2018
The good - Very cool Italian design, made in Italy. Doesn't take up much counter space and makes excellent espresso and Lattes. Easy to clean and fun to experiment and operate. Great to practice your latte art. Makes fantastic micro foam for the milk. Wife says the coffee I make with it is as good as the professional coffee shop. The not so good - there is a technique to getting the best brew. MUST use fresh roasted coffee to get the best crema, older coffee does not pull the expected espresso. Must find the balance between coffee, grind and weight. My best espresso is pulled at 14.5-15 grams of the freshest coffee I can find not to exceed 20 days after roast date with my grinder set to just under a #2 grind. There is also a process to using the machine called temperature surfing. It involves steaming the milk first, then you run water through the steamer wand until the steam is gone and the jet is pure water. This is to lower the boiler temperature berfore making the espresso, this takes less time than pulling the espresso first and waiting the for the steamer to come up to temperature. Tons of info on U-tube on how to do this for this machine. It's very simple. It takes some practice to put together the perfect latte or pull the perfect espresso. But once you figure out the correct combination, you'll be critical of the professional latte and compare it to yours, if you ever pay $6 for a cup again. In all. Very happy with purchase. The reason for the 4 rating is that the machine should have come with a PID for the price. Lastly, I use bottled water, and this machine uses a lot of water. Update 12/27/18. I purchased the bottomless portafilter and have used it several dozen times. The espresso quality and crema made with the bottomless filter on this machine has far exceeded my expectations. This is all I use now. 20.3 grams of fresh roasted freshly ground coffee and in my opinion far exceeds what you pay for in a coffee shop. A must have accessory. Ive flipped head over heals for my Silvia and what I can make with it. Update 5-15-19. Machine operating well, I make 2 cups per day 7 days per week. Quality of coffee is outstanding! I havent paid for a coffee house Latte or Espresso since. Coffee house charges $3 to $6. My cost at home for exactly what I want and better quality, 68 cents.
My last entry 6-15-20. Silvia still running well. I did the tune up wich is very simple and involves replacing the screen, wich really didnt need it, and the gasket. I back flush weekly and regular flush monthly. Silvia make as great an espresso or latte today as when new! Very happy with Silvia.
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