10 Coolest Espresso Machines Money Can Buy

Your mornings, upgraded.

There's no reason that some of the tools in your kitchen can't be as cool as as your clothes, TV, and other items laying around your place. Here are a whole bunch of awesome espresso machines that will leave you wanting to drink even more of the good stuff than you already do...


Strietman ES3 Manual Wall-Mount Espresso Machine: A wall mounted espresso machine inspired by design in 1950s Italy.


Espresso Solo: A gorgeous machine that features metal working parts and a concrete case. Too bad it's only a concept, would love to see this be a reality.


Minipresso: This bad boy is portable and uses zero electricity, making it an awesome option when on-the-go.

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DeLonghi Kmix 15 Bars Pump Espresso Maker: Despite coming in a whole bunch of bright colors, this one still has an awesome mid-century style design. It's fun, but not TOO fun.


ROK: Minimal, non-electirc, and flat out gorgeous.

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AeroPress: Super tiny, no power needed, and many coffee experts swear by this thing. It's also an absolute looker.

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De'Longhi Magnifica S Compact Automatic Espresso Machine: Grinds beans instantly, looks amazing, can make pretty much any kind of coffee under the sun without breaking a sweat. It's like having your own private Starbucks in your kitchen.

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Breville Barista Express Espresso Maker: Basically a barista in robot form, this thing can do it all with a look and design that's very old school Italian inspired.

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Velopresso Mobile Espresso Bar: If you want to take your espresso making skills on the go, this cart with a built-in machine is your best option. Really well designed and not a bad way to make some serious cash if you're in the right location with the proper permits.

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Krups Espresso Machine: This one has all the power behind bigger machines, so you're not doing any manual labor when trying to brew a cup of joe, but comes in a smaller and more minimal package.