Saeco HD8327/47 Poemia Top Espresso Machine, Stainless Steel
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- Patented pressurized portafilter guarantees a long lasting delicious crema
- Uses ground coffee and easy serving espresso (e.s.e.) pods
- Pannarello froths milk as you like
- 15 bar pump
- Stainless steel cup warmer
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The Philips Saeco Poemia Class Manual Espresso Machine features a stainless steel boiler, a powerful 15-bar pump, and a pressurized crema portafilter for perfect espresso. A Pannarello steam wand lets you froth milk perfectly, while a warming surface on top of the machine preheats your cups. The Poemia Class accepts ground coffee or prepackaged, single-serve shots for convenience.
Offers enthusiasts of traditional preparation everything for a perfect daily espresso. View larger.
Pressurized Crema filter
Convenient design for everyday life
Produces Rich Crema and Aroma
Whether for a ristretto, an espresso, or a café crème, the Poemia Class's 15-bar pump pressure and patentedportafilter makes optimal use of the brewing pressure to produce a true Italian espresso. With every use, the Poemia Class creates hazel-brown crema and extracts the ideal flavor from the coffee. The portafilter also has an Easy Serving Espresso (ESE) pod adapter with filter basket, which enables you to use prepackaged, single-serve shots.
Pannarello Steam Wand for Frothing Milk and Hot Water
It's simple to prepare traditional frothed milk with the Poemia Class's steam nozzle--just insert the Pannarello steam wand into the milk and froth until it reaches the consistency you prefer. Control lights show when your Poemia Class is ready to brew or steam, so you can prepare a cappuccino or latte macchiato with the press of a button.
The nozzle is also a convenient source of hot water for tea, hot chocolate, and other beverages. The frothing tip can easily be removed for cleaning.
Ergonomic Design for Daily Use
This compact espresso machine features high-quality stainless steel housing for an ergonomic design you can enjoy every day. Whether you're refilling the instant coffee and water or emptying the filter and drip tray, you'll have convenient, direct access to all containers.
Cup-Warming Surface Helps Develop Flavor
Conveniently store cups and glasses right on the machine and warm them up before use. Warming the cup helps develop the flavor of your coffee and keeps crema firm. The machine uses heat from the boiler to warm cups, adding to the machine's efficient operation.
Tested and Guaranteed
All Philips Saeco machines are tested with coffee. Although they have been carefully cleaned, there might be some coffee residue in the machine. However, the machine is absolutely new, and it is recommended that you read the instructions before use.
The Philips Saeco Poemia is backed by a limited one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Philips Saeco Poemia Class Manual Espresso Machine, ground coffee measuring scoop, pod portafilter and adapter, removable water tank, and instructions.
Manual Espresso Machine
At a Glance:
- Pressurized filter and 15-bar pump for high-quality extraction
- Pannarello steam wand for milk frothing
- Compatible with ground coffee or single-serve ESE shots
- Removable drip tray and water tank for easy cleaning
- Cup-warming surface
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The user manual contains an error in the description how to prepare the machine for first use or after a prolonged period of non use. It says to lock only the portafilter without the coffee grounds basket and run the machine until it is out of water. This of course will not seal the filter and the hot water will spray out of the filter. The coffee grounds basket has to be inside the portafilter.
Lets hope this thing will last, I will update the review if something happens.
I got a used Saeco (or Starbucks) non pressurized portafilter from eBay. It turned out I like it more this way. I no longer use the original pressurized filter. Either way the espresso I'm getting is still better that the one from the De'Longhi BAR32 I tried and returned.
This machine had been fabulous so far (fingers crossed!). It makes excellent espresso with consistent crema. Easy to maintain and I use it every morning.
I only have a few disappointments. 1, the portafilter doesn't really stay inside. Meaning, when you try and get the used grounds out, the whole cup comes out too. 2, there isn't a lot of room under where the espresso comes out, so you have to have REALLY short shot cups (a normal sized mug will not fit). And 3, the steam wand kinda take some getting used to. It takes around 1-2 minutes to get warm, frothed milk. That's a little long from what I'm used to, plus, you need a super tiny frothing pitcher for the wand to fit into. But, it creates really good foam if you're into cappuccinos:)
Overall, I was presently surprised by the high quality of this little tiny machine. If you're used to getting hand crafted, coffee art, this machine gets pretty darn close to it.
This machine is a tiny and light little fellow, has a smaller footprint than my 2 slice toaster.. (maybe a little wider). It uses a 53mm portafilter thats pressurized, but is very easy to convert to non pressurized which I HIGHLY recommend. Hard part is finding a 53mm tamper to press down the grounds.
The machine is very short and if it does not fit underneath your cabinets... you really need to buy a new house. Who doesnt have at least 2 feet of countertop height. But because it is very short... you will have a hard time fitting any kind of mug underneath the portafilter.. which is kind of its bigger downfalls. You basically have to use shot glasses or a double shot glass since they are the only things that will fit under the spouts.
The machine is a single boiler (its less than 100$ so it has to be a single boiler) which means you have to steam first, then cool down the boiler by dispensing hot water till the ''ready brew'' light turns off. Its not a big deal however and I usually use that hot water to keep my cup toasty.
The steam wand is very easy to make frothy milk with. it has a pannarello which injects air through a tiny hole very close to the top of wand. It usually makes way too much foam and the hole has to be covered early if your making milk for a latte. The wands biggest downfall is that it is not on a balljoint... I use a 12oz pitcher which is one of the shortest pitchers you can buy and I can barely fit it under the wand when the machine is on the counter. I have to tilt the machine 45 degrees just to get the pitcher out, and if I dont and tilt the pitcher.. Half the milk would spill out. It does rotate horizontally to aim the wand to the drip tray, but is basically useless. I wish they had it rotate vertically out of the side which would make the problem of fitting the pitcher non-existent.
Quality of the brew..... Better than most superautomatics and prefer this espresso over the starbucks store... Unless your starbucks still makes it the old school way. Also if you want the best taste out of the coffee, remove that pressure fitting on the portafilter and buy a 200$+ grinder... Yes odd that the grinder costs double what the espresso machine costs but a lot of flavors will either be good or bad depending on your grind. I use a baratza encore and although its not 200$+ it works pretty well with this machine.
Ive had no issues with the machine ever since Ive owned it and it survives the filtered, softened water from western chicago suburbs well water tables. Maintenance is basically clearing the shower screen and steam wand after EVERY drink. This insures fresh tasting and reliable coffee making for the years to come.
- sleek look
- doesn't take up to much counter space
- easy to use
- great froth without much effort
- easy to use for amateurs
- wonderful full body shots of espresso
- short steam arm, recommend a block or pull to the counter while steaming milk
- economy materials stainless steel boiler, thin stainless coating for cosmetic only
- portafilter simple stainless steel not brass
I've only had this product for a short time and so far I think it is better than my old machine. Time will tell if this machine can last long. when snapping in the portafilter it is a bit harder and the machine is light weight feels like you might break it when you lock it in place.
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