Espresso is a kind of coffee that is roasted in the dark and is as fine as Italy. It is made using pressure instead of weight and cooked in this way. The espresso is one of the most preferred housewives of the world.
Espresso name The term ‘Cafe Espress’, which has been used since 1880, has been changed over time.
The espresso word means coffee that is prepared quickly by drawing the fresh, brewed coffee beans before the brewing process. From 1900 onwards, the way of preparation changed, more precisely, when the machines were incorporated into the work, it was named espresso.
Since then, the effects of the Industrial Revolution have led to significant changes in coffee culture. The acceleration of human experience has now led to faster coffee consumption.
Then, in 1896, a steam-powered coffee machine was invented. However, the taste of the kahves from this machine which could prepare 3 thousand cups of coffee at the hour was not good. The cause was to use high-temperature steam instead of water to brew coffee.
In 1901, the Italian scientist Luigi Bezzera, using water instead of steamed coffee, added a different flavor to the coffee and solved the problem of the cup. Luigi Bazzera, however, succeeded in marketing the machine it invented, and Desidero Pavoni brought the first espresso machine to market in 1905, when he bought the machine’s patent rights from Bazzera in 1903 and achieved great commercial success. With this machine, the water was pushed by the vapor pressure and the coffee beans were thinner. As a result, the duration of the steaming of cabbage dropped from 4 minutes to 30 seconds.
The espresso culture spread to Europe first, starting with Italy, with the effect of the machines. With the effect of the first and second world wars, the espresso spreading from Europe to the whole world has become a delicious coffee that the whole world enjoys to drink.
Along with technological developments, espresso machines also started to develop. Between 1920 and 1940, pumped espresso machines were invented. In 1938, Cremonesi developed the first practical model in this sense. In 1946 Achille Gaggia passed commercial production by taking this model as an example.