EX­PRESS ESPRES­SOS

How­ever you like your pre-gym caf­feine boost, the best new cof­fee mak­ers have you cov­ered

Men's Fitness - - Contents -

For­get the chain cafés. Make your pre-work­out cof­fee at home

Nescafé Dolce Gusto Melody 3 by De­Longhi

Best pod ma­chine £120 deben­hams.com Sim­ply load with a pod – Nescafé’s Dulce Gusto range has 26 flavours – and the ma­chine does the rest. The Melody 3 also al­lows you to cus­tomise the strength and size of your drink.

Gag­gia Clas­sica II 2015

Best man­ual espresso ma­chine

cof­feeitalia.co.uk

£239 The purist op­tion – for a high­qual­ity espresso, noth­ing beats tra­di­tional man­ual ap­pa­ra­tus.

The Clas­sica is a cof­fee lover’s kitchen sta­ple, and the 2015 ver­sion fea­tures a cup warmer and a milk frother.

Philips Saeco HD8751/88 In­telia

Best luxury ma­chine

tesco.com

£399 With a bean-to-cup ma­chine, you just add beans and press a but­ton for flaw­less cof­fee in its purest form. The In­telia cleans and de-scales it­self, keep­ing main­te­nance to a min­i­mum.

An­drew James Pre­mium Fil­ter

Best for value an­drew­jamesworld­wide.com £80

Get bean-to-cup qual­ity and sim­plic­ity on an espresso-sized bud­get. A hot plate keeps cof­fee pip­ing for 30 min­utes, and you can choose to use ready-ground

or fil­ter cof­fee if you pre­fer.

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