The Cadorna is a very clever new range of bean to cup espresso coffee maker machine 2020 from Gaggia, the range consisting of Style, Plus, Milk & Prestige.The main feature of the Cadorna range has to do with drinks personalisation, with four programmable personalised user settings. This means everyone using the machine (up to 4 users) can have their name setup as a user, with their coffees set up exactly how they like them, including strength, how much milk, and temperature. So you can continually tweak the settings for your latte, for instance, and when you’re happy with that – it’ll be the same each time regardless of who else is using the machine, as long as they don’t prank you by messing with your settings ;-).Style and plus both have panarello steam wands, which can be removed in order to use the steam pipe as a single hole steam wand as I mentioned with the Brera – Milk & Prestige are both “one touch” bean to cup machines, meaning that you press one button and the machine handles the milk as well as the coffee.
Milk features a “cappuccinatore” for the milk, which takes milk from an external carafe (or you can put the pipe directly into your milk bottle) and froths it for you. Prestige has an integrated milk carafe.Style and plus feature 4 different coffees that can be personalised, milk has 7, and prestige has 11. By the way, if you think these figures aren’t correct, that’s because the marketing blurb states the number of “beverages” which includes frothed milk and hot water.All except style can take taller cups, and feature a cup tray that pulls out of the machine so you can pull the shot into a smaller cup if preferred.There may be some other subtle differences between the models, click here for a more thorough run down of the different models. The Cadorna has 10 grind settings, so double that of the Brera. The water tank is 1.5L.When it comes to cost, style is £699, plus is £749, milk is £849, and prestige is £899.So when we look at the style, it’s £200 more than the Brera, and for this you’re getting double the grind settings & a very easy to use control panel with personalisation for up to 4 users with four coffees (ristretto, espresso, espresso lungo, Americano). For another £50 you get a stainless steel panarello wand rather than plastic (if you’re going to remove this anyway as I would, and just use the steam pipe as a steam wand, then this really doesn’t matter), a slightly taller machine with room for taller cups, plus the espresso tray for using small espresso cups/glasses. Another £100 from here gets you one touch milk drinks via a cappuccinatore frother, plus in addition to the above coffees, with the milk you also have cappuccino, café au lait, latte macchiato, plus frothed milk, for hot chocolate or babyccino.
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