I saved up my money and finally bought an at-home espresso machine, so let’s talk about the best beans!
When I was looking to invest in a fancy espresso machine to make a perfect latte at home, my sister-in-law, Kacey, suggested the Breville Touch. She has the same one at her house and she makes her own drinks every day. I also did my due diligence and went to Crate and Barrel and Williams Sonoma and spoke to the employees in the “coffee section.” Everyone was so helpful. Many of them also suggested a Breville. So guess what? I bought a Breville Espresso machine!
I almost pulled the trigger on the Breville Touch Impress, but then I looked at the price tag. There was no way I could justify spending $1,499.00 on a “coffee maker.” But the machine right below the Touch Impress was the Breville touch. The price listed for that was $999.00. I bought it through Rakuten, and they offered a $100 cash-back rebate if I bought the machine through QVC. So, I only spent $899.00 on this machine.
Even as I write that amount down I cringe, I’m not going to lie. In so many ways I can’t believe I spent almost $1000 on a machine that makes coffees. Like, WHO AM I?