Sage Coffee Machines Comparison

Sage are market leaders in coffee machines and with good reason. Their range of espresso machines are specially created to deliver a superior tasting espresso and velvety smooth microfoam milk. With 8 machines to choose from and RRPs ranging from £379.95 to £1,999.95 it is essential to understand the specs, qualities and features of each machine to help you select the right one. 

Below is a breakdown of each of the espresso machines in the Sage coffee range. 


Sage Duo Temp Pro


RRP: £379.95

Colour: Brushed Stainless Steel


Sage Bambino Plus


RRP: £399.95

Colour: Brushed Stainless Steel


Sage Barista Express


RRP: £599.95

Colour:  


Sage Barista Pro


RRP: £699.95

Colour:  


Sage Barista Touch


RRP: £999.99

Colour:  


Sage Dual Boiler


RRP: £1,299.99

Colour:   


Sage Oracle


RRP: £1,699.95

Colour:   


Sage Oracle Touch


RRP: £1,999.95

Colour:  


Experience café quality coffee at home . . .

. . . with the 4 key elements

All Sage espresso machines are designed to deliver the 4 key elements for a cafe quality coffee. 

1. DOSE

1. DOSE

19-22g dose for full flavour

Dose is the first key element. In order to get that proper cafe quality coffee taste it is important to use the right amount of ground coffee. All Sage espresso machines use a portafilter to get things right and deliver a dose of between 19-22g for a superior tasting espresso to kick start your day!

2. TEMPERATURE

2. TEMPERATURE

Precise water temperature control

Even a small 1°C change in temperature can make a massive difference between a weak and watery or a strong espresso. Sage espresso machines use digital temperature control (PID) technology to limit temperature fluctuations during extraction. This keeps a balanced temperature for a great tasting coffee.

3. PRESSURE

3. PRESSURE

Low pressure pre-infusion & 9 bar extraction pressure

The perfect crema requires the correct pressure delivered at the correct moment. All Sage espresso machines use a low pressure pre infusion which works to soak and expand the ground coffee and give a perfect golden honey crema.

4. STEAM

4. STEAM

Automatically steaming milk to a silky micro-foam texture

To get the perfect microfoam milk for both the best mouthfeel and for latte art you need to be able to texture your milk just right. Steam pressure must be introduced into your milk at the right level to create thousands of tiny bubbles. Both automatic and manual steam wands on Sage machines allow for the perfect microfoam milk.