One of the many things Italians can boast about around the world is certainly that they invented espresso coffee. Italian espresso is espresso made to perfection, and we have arrived at this precious invention through several stages. A journey made up of patents, new technologies and excellent minds at the service of hot water, coffee and atmospheric pressure. All this has led today to the modern coffee machine, which not only finds its natural habitat in bars, restaurants, holiday farms or bed and breakfasts, but also in the kitchen corner of a private home. Design, quality, selection of materials and the unmistakable taste of real espresso are the elements that characterize an Italian coffee machine since the inhabitants of the peninsula are picky in terms of coffee. But what distinguishes our Made in Italy coffee machines from the others? In terms of operation, the espresso machine is distinctive in that its unique method of preparation involves applying pressure to the water as it goes over the coffee grinds. On the other hand, when concentrating on the machinery, the design and manufacturing are handled in accordance with the tradition of coffee, so they aim to provide a product with distinctive sensory qualities. The two senses of smell and taste, which are used to assess an Italian coffee maker’s excellence, can only be fully satiated by a certain level of competence. A coffee maker for Italian espresso, however, has a great deal of study behind it in addition to the drink’s aroma and the choice of the most resistant and long-lasting materials. Buying Made in Italy implies making an investment in a product that will hold up over time without experiencing frequent failures or needing to be replaced. Let’s explore the characteristics of Made in Italy coffee makers and the principles that set them apart from the competition.