Mr. Coffee Espresso Maker, Stainless Steel and Black

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Walmart #: 001598467
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  • Make espressos, cappuccinos, mochas and lattes
  • Powerful milk frother
  • Removable drip tray
  • About this item

    Quickly and easily custom brew fresh espresso and all of your favorite coffees in the comfort of your own kitchen with this versatile Mr. Coffee Espresso Maker. It is constructed of stainless steel and features a removable milk nozzle and removable drip tray that can be cleaned and replaced for added convenience. In addition, this black stainless steel espresso maker features a powerful milk frother for creamy cappuccinos and lattes, as well as easy-to-use controls. It includes a glass 20-oz brewing decanter that serves from 1 to 4 cups, depending on the size of the drinking cup. The decanter is equipped with a sturdy stay cool handle and lid and an easy-to-pour spout for ease of use. Ideal for home or office use, this coffee espresso maker provides you with delicious cappuccino, latte, mocha and espresso.

    Mr. Coffee Espresso Maker:

    • Make espressos, cappuccinos, mochas and lattes
    • Powerful milk frother
    • Removable drip tray
    • Provides extra froth, if needed
    • Stainless steel construction
    • 20-oz glass decanter
    • Coffee espresso maker brews up to 20 oz of your favorite hot beverage
    • Ideal gift for any coffee lover
    • Model BVMC-ECM260

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    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: BVMC-ECM260
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 5.8
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 9.0 x 7.5 x 11.75
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 1598467

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    Customer Reviews | 201 reviews | 4.1 out of 5

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    Customer review by jems1304

    5.0 stars by jems1304

    My husband and I almost spent $300 on a "good" espresso machine until my sister-in-law swore up and down that the cheap machine she bought at Walmart was worth every penny. I was skeptical but we figured for $40 it was worth trying it out and it's awesome!! It works perfectly! I run to Starbucks three times a day and I am so excited by this machine and how good the drinks are that I can make myself for a fraction of the cost. The reviewer named Cabugs who gave it one star and said it was nothing more than a one cup coffee maker--I can only assume she is using regular ground coffee for her brew. You can't use a regular grind, you have to use an espresso grind or it will of course not taste like espresso. I buy Espresso Roast beans at Starbucks and ask them to grind it for me and it makes perfect lattes every time!!

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    Parker, CO
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every day
    Great Little Machine

    Customer review by retired33

    5.0 stars by retired33

    This little expresso machine is suprisingly effective. I recently closed my coffee shop and missed making my own lattes. I was reluctant to try a personal sized machine after using a large commercial espresso machine. I have been very pleasantly suprised by the lattes this machine produces. Even foams the milk very well. Slower than the commercial machine (duh) but makes tasty lattes every morning for me! Read the instructions!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Every day
    Great Product

    Customer review by sarahfon

    5.0 stars by sarahfon

    I absolutely love this machine! It's one of the best purchases I have bought in years. It produces great tasting coffee and I no longer have to spend my hard earned money at Starbucks. Although, I do have a couple complaints. The frother aid that attaches to the metal frother doesn't really work. I just removed it and only use the metal part and it works fine. I purchased this in a walmart store for $68 and change and then I saw it online for under $40. That was pretty upsetting for me. I don't understand why walmart would make such a big price difference online to instore and it is frustrating! But nevertheless I recommend this product. It's not the cream of the crop, but it get's the job done and I am very happy with it.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    by an anonymous customer 12/25/2011
    • yes you have to buy seperate. But the odd thing is that it shows one on the box and i too was expecting one when i bought it. How dissapointing to find that it didnt have one.
      by SavingIsCool7/22/2012
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    • Correct. It does NOT come with a frothing pitcher.
      by MeMyCatsandI7/8/2012
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    • No, you have to buy it separately. I got one at Bed, Bath and Beyond. Make sure it's metal or ceramic. The milk gets really hot when you steam it.
      by Yofione6/25/2012
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    • You don't have to use a frothing pitcher for the milk. I used a glass measuring cup for mine but eventually got a metal frothing pitcher. It seems to heat up faster. That's what they use in Starbucks.
      by jigglypuff22/17/2012
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    • Hi! My name is Danielle. this machine is great by the way. I have a lot of experience with these machines & I am so impressed. O.K. Here's a little lesson in the art of foaming milk, steaming to perfection. My sis worked at Starbucks & taught me everything she know! I personally like to use those stainless steel mini pitchers to steam milk in. They are hard to come by. It's really no necessary though. Fill your favorite mug LESS than halfway with either 2% milk..or soy..or my personal favorite SMART BALANCE Lactose free/fat free milk! It does not taste fat free & it makes the best foam! it comes in a purple container. Now..Take that rubber thingy off your steam just gets in the way of a nice steaming! Start out by going round & round gently with your mug, ina circular motion. The steam wand should be right under the top surface of the milk while you do this, then gently go a little lower & keep the mug in motion the entire time. Go down to the bottom & make your way back up, all the while gently swirling your mug. By this time, you should have a nice, full creamy foam & if you have a temperature gauge (USED FOR COOKING) use it, to make sure it doesn't exceed 180 degrees!!..There's a fine art in making steamed milk for a wonderful Latte or cappuccino! I know you will master this in NO TIME!!! Best of luck!!
      by DDD7910/31/2014
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    • no pitcher just the machine
      by objection1/26/2012
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    • Yes you will have to buy it in addition to the expresso machine. It sells for $9.00 or so online.
      by Sammybobby1/18/2012
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    • We just froth the milk in the cup we are serving the espresso in and it comes out great.
      by An anonymous customer1/10/2012
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    • No, it doesn't come with a milk carafe
      by Tyyzmom12/30/2011
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    • No it doesn't come with one.
      by triebel12/28/2011
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    by Eogathan 7/19/2011
    • This machine doesn't have a built in grinder. So if you buy whole beans, you would need a grinder. Espresso "snobs" say you should grind your own coffee beans to make the best cup of espresso. I'm not picky, so I generally buy coffee that is already ground. But the coffee definitely has to be ground BEFORE it goes into this machine.
      by MeMyCatsandI7/8/2012
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    • I would. You can get a Mr. Coffee coffee mill and it's not expensive...$10-15. Then you buy the coffee beans and only grind as you need. The beans stay fresh longer than the ground coffee.
      by jigglypuff24/29/2012
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    • You don't have to- once you get into it you can grind your own- the beans seem to stay fresh longer as you only grind what you need at the time and it is sort of fun to grind your own!
      by Sammybobby1/18/2012
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    • If you like good coffee then yes. Coffee once grinded starts to lose its flavor in about a week. Whole beans are good for a month.
      by dontnicknameme4/29/2012
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    • You can get a grinder if you want to but you definitely don't need to. I just buy Dunkin Donut's flavored coffees in the packets and I grind them further in my Bullet in order to create my own espresso. Once I learned that trick, I decided to play with husband's coffee as well and my if he wasn't a big bundle of energy this morning, hahahahaha :D
      by Cinamon218110/31/2014
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    • You don't need to buy a grinder. But when you go to buy coffee for this machine you are looking for espresso roast or espresso ground. Regular ground coffee is too coarse to make a good espresso.
      by YepThisGuy11/5/2014
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    • I would just have in ground "espresso powder" or fine at the store. If you won't use it very quickly, then it will be fresher if you grind it youself. In that case you would need a grinder, but make sure you can grind a "fine" grind.
      by Momof2Gentlemen12/15/2011
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    • Experts say that freshly ground beans is the way to go, but you can grind them in the store, just choose the espresso setting on the machine. If you can taste the difference, go for it.
      by jolugo11/8/2011
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    • No, just grind it at the store and keep it in a airtight container. I use a glass jar it works perfectly and stays fresh for months.
      by beacullen11/5/2014
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