Rocket Espresso has been known for years for their flashy and sleek design, with an unwavering obsession in delivering café-quality drinks. Like any E61 group head, you’ll get pre-infusion of water, helping to settle the grounds within the bed of coffee. Despite its remarkably small form factor, you get plenty of power from this machine, and can easily make multiple milk-based rinks in a row. You’ll love how quiet it is. Rocket Espresso took additional steps to ensure that the vibratory pump’s noise is at a minimum. Rest assured, you won’t accidentally wake up anyone else in the house if you’re an early riser.
Something you’ll notice right away with the R58 Cinquantotto is its striking design with angled feet, and an easy-to-read PID controller and shot timer located just to the left of the commercial E61 group. We love this machine for its amazing recovery time. The internal boilers are both larger and more powerful than other similar machines in the price point, so if hosting parties and entertaining multiple guests is a priority, we strongly suggest you consider the R58 Cinquantotto from Rocket Espresso.
Now designed with a fresh look in matte black, the Appartamento Nera from Rocket Espresso is a beauty to look at and can compete in a multitude of ways against your dual boiler options. This heat exchanger machine comes stock with an E61 group head, a large 2 L bottom-fed water reservoir, beautiful pressure gauges, and an incredibly low profile thanks in part to Rocket’s uniquely designed puck-style feet.
Rocket Espresso has further expanded the Evoluzione experience, re-designing one of their most popular home espresso machines. The Evoluzione R has an insulated boiler and a remodeled internal layout, specially crafted to insure you have a quieter and more refined time pulling out shots of hot, delicious espresso & cappuccino drinks. This new version of the Evoluzione model can stand toe-to-toe with many of the commercial espresso machines you’ll find on the market today.