Starbucks Sirena Espresso Machine, Stainless and Black
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- 15-bar pump-driven espresso machine with stainless steel broiler and patented back pressure adapter
- Dual brewing spout; one-touch pre-measured single and double shots; user-programmable settings
- Steam wand with pannarello adapter; Rapid Steam boiler for rapidly switching from brewing to frothing
- Accommodates E.S.E. pods and ground espresso, 57.5-ounce removable water tank, adjustable and removable drip tray
- Measures 13 by 15 by 12 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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With this beautiful, simple, and impeccably engineered espresso machine, you’ll pull shots so perfect and steam milk so frothy-your passion for superb coffee will only grow deeper. Bring home performance and beauty in every cup. Engineered to be simple. Designed to be timeless. Created to produce the perfect shot of espresso at home. Sirena's Rapid Steam ™ Boiler gives you continuous, powerful steam--and lets you move from frothing directly to brewing without waiting. At just 15 inches tall, Sirena is just the size to fit into any kitchen. Commercial quality portafilter retains heat easily, and features a patented back-pressure adaptor which adjusts automatically to the coffee's grind, for a full, rich crema.
Designed by the award-winning BMW Designworks exclusively for Starbucks, the Sirena is a 15-bar pump-driven espresso machine with dual brewing spouts, a stainless steel broiler, and a patented back pressure adapter to ensure great espresso extraction. The included steam wand with pannarello adapter lets you easily froth milk for lattes or cappuccinos. A ground coffee filter lets you make single or double shots, or use the included pod filter which accommodates E.S.E. coffee pods. Easy to read status lights show when the machine is ready to brew or steam, and the Rapid Steam boiler allows for quickly switching from brewing to frothing. The 57.5-ounce water tank removes easily for cleaning and refilling and a blue LED light indicates when the water tank is empty. Additional features include an adjustable and removable drip tray, a cup-warming surface, programmable brew settings, a temperature gauge, and an auto shut-off safety feature after 90 minutes of inactivity.
Whats in the Box
Sirena espresso machine; 1 portafilter;1 power cord; 1 users manual; 1 plastic support peg; 1 rubber gasket adapter; 1 ground coffee filter; 1 pod filter
Top Customer Reviews
What I like most about this model is that it is designed with parts that can be fixed or replaced. It is not a throw-away like most of the machines today that are disposable (and not supported) but still cost several hundred dollars. With the Sirena, the unit self-primes and shuts itself off automatically after 90 minutes so the boiler never runs dry. The portafilter is self tamping and each shot of coffee is great. There are no leaks, the machine doesn't overheat, it is safe to touch and most important, when brewing coffee, the coffee comes out into the cup, not out of the top of the portafilter (which caused me to return another brand of espresso machine.)
Even though this is refurbished, the initial problems have been corrected and addressed and I look forward to many years of service from this machine. I am very happy and love the ability to make decaf lattes with a unit that operates safely at home.
I have not removed the tamper, I have not reprogramed anything; I don't feel the need. I think the espresso is consistently very good with a good amount of a beautiful crema. I have had absolutely no problems with the steam wand. The machine takes no more than 5 minutes to warm up. There is only about a 15-20 second delay from pulling the espresso to the time the steamer is ready for use. I steam my milk to 150-160 degrees which takes approximately one minute.
I will agree with only two problems stated in other reviews. About once a week some water will leak over the side from the brewing spout. This is solved with a simple cleaning. The brewing spout will drip a small amount of water while I am steaming the milk.
I paid about $250 for the machine, and would do so again without hesitation.
I tried to like this machine but it was a disappointment from the get go... inconsistent brewing, leaky portafilter which no amount of cleaning would fix, and even though it looks cool on its own, it looks ridiculous sitting on the counter next to all of the other appliances... a total eyesore! But the bottom line is, it just doesn't make very good espresso... and because it's so automatic, there's not much you can do to improve the results..
I returned the Serena (and I must say that Amazon made the return process very easy) and ordered the La Pavoni Napolitana, which I am very, very happy with. I am a complete novice, but the Napolitana gives me a say in how my espresso will come out, and I am enjoying the learning process.
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