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Have you ever seen the Presso? I was at Klinik Kopi, a really cool cafe/roastery/coffee lab in Jogja this past weekend and the owner was using this - he mentioned it's a hell of a lot cheaper than an electric espresso machine and makes decent espresso as well.
P.s. Have seen you in r/coffee, any other Komodos over there? :)
I'm going to be acquiring a ROK Presso soon. It uses manual levers for the pressure and is apparently a bit finicky, but it's only ~$200.
espresso brewing once/week.. i dont Belive that... just wait till you have your espresso machine delvered.. you will make atleast once/day
as for machines, the cheapest espresso machine that has good reviews is delonghi ec155 for 100USD...
but the machine doesnt produce v.great espresso but yes the crema, milk frothing gig is all there...
ill suggest save atleast 300USD for gaggia classic as it makes really nice espresso, best in this range... and also get a decent grinder along the way...
if you can afford gaggia classic for 300USD ill suggest you check out ROK presso machine cost araound 150USD and it makes really great espressos but its all manual and doesnt have a steam wand for frithign milk..
as for beans.. great home beans at home for best result.. im sure you have covered this topic yourselef so i wont go in detail..