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The Saeco Talea Touch automatic expresso machine is the most expensive in the Talea line.

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Pros

won the RedDot award for design

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large easy to use touchscreen

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ceramic grinder - quiet and long lasting

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optional milk island

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top of the line model

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programmable

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Cons

$250 for improved digital interface - not much other improved over less expensive models

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cup warmer is a professional feature but gimmicky

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 The Saeco Talea Touch automatic expresso machine is the most expensive in the Talea line, however it is also the one that won the coveted RedDot award for design in 2007. If any of the other machines in the line can be afforded then it isn't too much of a bump up to the best of the line, which is the Talea Touch. The machine is fully programmable and comes in a two tone silver and titanium exterior. The grind settings are customizable, as is the coffee volume, pre-infusion, and the coffee strength. The Saeco Talea Touch Espresso Machine has the Saeco Rapid Steam System which means that the consumer can brew and then immediately steam right afterwards without any warming up period. The machine can tamp, brew, and dispense coffee in one cycle. The removable brew group can be removed so that it can be rised and cleaned without chemicals making it an easy clean overall. The accessories included with the machine are a cleaning brush, an aqua prima water filter, a grinder adjustment key and a descaling solution.

Features
  • RedDot Award for Design
  • One-Touch technology
  • Easy Clean System
  • Removable brew group
  • Click wheel technology
  • LCD display
  • SBS Technology
  • Rapid Steam Technology
  • Milk Island
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