The All New Sunbeam Café Series Espresso

Sunbeam Cafe Series Espresso Machine EM7000
Newy (EM7000) on right and Oldy (EM6910) on left in main pic.

Sometimes I really can’t be bothered leaving the house, sad I know, but I still need great coffee. So I’ve taken it upon myself to have a look at some of the options available to make coffee at home.

First up, the all new Sunbeam Café Series EM7000 espresso machine.

The new EM7000 is an update on the Sunbeam Café Series EM6910 from quite a few years ago. At the time it really was an exciting addition to the home market, with its industrial styled brushed aluminium and stainless steel, everyone could now be a barista. In fact it’s probably been much imitated since.

Sunbeam Cafe Series Espresso Machine EM7000

Anyway, having owned a Sunbeam Café Series EM6910 for a number of years I was pretty interested in seeing how this next iteration stacked up. Short answer, really well. The old machine was a pretty noisy beast. This new one is way, way quieter.

Other improvements include a thermometer in the steam wad, so it’s pretty hard not to get milk right now, the gauges are all much better placed and the buttons are much sexier (think German car interior). It’s now even easier to consistently produce really good coffee at home with this new improved machine.

Sunbeam Cafe Series Espresso Machine EM7000

So, easy to use, gives you a feeling of involvement without needing to go full coffee geek and produces consistently good coffee. What’s not to like.

My tip, get a good grinder (more on this at a later date) and some fresh coffee beans, and you’ll be pulling some impressive coffee at home in no time.

If you’re interested in all the bars, pumps and other fun stuff check out the Sunbeam website.

So, looks great! Awesome machine for the price (RRP $899). Buy one!

Sunbeam also run training programmes if you feel you need a bit of guidance, you can check them out here.

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  • TG

    I love the blue coffee cups and saucers! Where can I get these from? Thanks!

  • http://espressomelbourne.com Espresso Melbourne

    The Chef’s Hat in South Melbourne has them in many colours including these blue ones.

  • Rod Whiteley

    Hey,

    I live in the Middle East, but am coming to Melbourne for a quick trip in October. I’d like to buy some servicing supplies for my lovely EM6910 while I am there: O-rings, descaling liquid inserts for the water tank, etc. I will be staying in South Wharf, Melbourne. Where would be the best place for me to go to have a large range of these sorts of supplies, that is relatively close by?

    Thanks for any help,

    Rod

    • http://espressomelbourne.com Espresso Melbourne

      Hi Rod

      The only place we know of for Sunbeam parts and service is Ellis Electrical in Dandenong – 323 Thomas St. Not exactly very handy to South Wharf though.

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