AEG has just launched a new espresso machine which works with Lavazza capsules – the Espria LM3100. It claims to be easy to use and very compact to fit neatly into any kitchen.
The new AEG capsule coffee machine has a recommended retail price of £99.99, but it’s already available for the reduced price of £39.50 through Tesco Direct. It won’t break the bank, but promises to still deliver a quality espresso.
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New AEG coffee machine
The AEG Espria is an espresso-only coffee maker which uses Lavazza A Modo Mio capsules. It is narrow at only 13cm wide, and should fit in the smallest of kitchens.
It also comes with a 10-minute auto shut-off function but doesn’t have a milk frother to make cappuccinos.
But does it make good coffee? Read our review of the AEG Espria LM3100 to find out.
Coffee machine reviews
The Espria is the latest addition to the A Modo Mio range. Which? has already tested the AEG Favola Plus and the AEG Favola Cappuccino from the same range.
We’ll be fully testing the new AEG Espria LM 3100 soon to see how it measures up against other capsules coffee machines like the Nespresso ones.
Which? members can compare all the coffee machines we’ve tested in the Which? test lab by visiting our coffee machine reviews, including capsules, ground coffee and beans machines.