Gaggia Classic Review (Our Ultimate Choice)

Gaggia Classic Review

Are you looking for a sturdy espresso machine? However, the Brand Gaggia recently releases the Gaggia Classic Semi-automatic espresso machine that can be your first choice. Please read the complete Gaggia classic review before finalizing your buying decision.

Gaggia Classic introduces a sturdy semi-automatic espresso machine for beginners made with high-quality commercial components and designed to last over time. The solid stainless steel case with high-performance rocker switches for the controller.

The brewer and the chromed brass filter holder are commercially available. The filter holder has a diameter of 58 mm, the standard for industrial machines. The pressurized portafilter basket assists to brew easily and can extract crema from almost any coffee.

You can adjust the included commercial-style basket for more control and improve your own technique. The attached turbo-frother steam wand can easily make frothing milk. Cappuccinos and lattes become fun and effortless experience.

Finally, the three-way solenoid valve keeps the coffee discs dry in the filter holder when they are ready to remove, features normally found only in more expensive commercial machines.

Features and Benefits

Pannarello Wand

Distribute hot water, foam, and steam without the need for many years of practice. Create your lattes and cappuccinos.

Commercial and Pressurized Basket

Get uniform quality and a thick layer of cream from virtually any coffee without the need for skill. Or use the commercial basket with your mill.

Commercial Style Portafilter

This durable 58 mm filter holder has the same dimensions and style as commercial machines in bars and cafeterias.

3-Way Solenoid Valve

The 3-way solenoid valve is typical of commercial machines and relieves the coffee of a dry and easy to remove the disc.

Heavy-Duty Build Quality

The robust stainless steel body and standard components make Gaggia Classic a durable and durable machine.

Passively Heated Cup Warmer

The radiant heat from the boiler heats the upper surface of the Classic, perfect for heating the cups before brewing.

Fast Heat-Up

Two heating elements heat the kettle for brewing in about five minutes and the steam standby for 20 seconds.

Easy Controls

High-performance quick-release switches can be used for brewing, steaming or hot water and lights that display when classic is heating.

Frequently Asked Question

Question: Is the pump really 17.5 bar?

Answer: The extraction of espresso coffee should be at 9 bars. The machine has an adjustable valve preset at around 12 bar to handle coffee pods that require more pressure. If you do not consider the capsules, you can set them on 9 bars. So it doesn’t matter if 15 or not!

Question: Can the Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine be backflushed?

Answer: If you steam the milk after extracting the espresso, Gaggia rinses automatically. You will see hot water from the overflow. It is not necessary to manually wash the machine and the manufacturer expressly requests not to rinse the machine.

Question: How long does it take for the Ready light to come on after the machine is turned on?

Answer: It takes only one or two minutes. The readiness indicator for the pump is too fast and I find that the machine stops for 5-10 minutes before dispensing to warm up completely. Wait about 3 minutes to completely heat the steam in the kettle and empty it every minute to remove unwanted water in the bar.

Question: What size espresso cups fits this model?

Answer: You can use 2-ounce two standard sizes for double shots of espresso.

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