Shop the Quietest Espresso Machines

If you're on the hunt for a quiet espresso machine then you're in the right place. We've selected a bunch of different machines below for you to browse and choose from.

Most of the noise in an espresso machine is generated from the pump. Look for a machine that relies solely on a lever if you want to reduce the noise as much as possible. We've included videos in many of the products listed below, so we recommend watching them if you want to get a basic idea of just how quiet they are.

If you have specific noise requirements - please contact us with any questions you might have.

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★ Customer Reviews ★

MajestyCoffee Verified Customer Testomonials

233 reviews
Excellent Grinder!

I hesitated to upgrade my grinder for years. I went from a Breville Grinder Pro to the Silenzio and I have no regrets.

Andreja Premium EVO: Best non-digital.

This machine has style. Some machines look like they came off the counter at a restaurant rather than something you'd find in a nice home. The Quick Mill uses excellent commercial components. I recommend springing for the flow control for the ultimate in draw versatility. The gauge matches which adds to the classy look. Performance is an Italian virtue and this machine does not disappoint. If you are looking for the sweet spot in a sexy classic single boiler "analog" machine that is uncluttered with digital displays, you found it.

Great Roaster

I am a beginner and I love many features of this roaster. I have done 4 roasts which turned out very well. I am focused on dialing in my profiles.

Fantastic Machine!

We've been using this machine for over 2 years and are very satisfied.

Excellent. It fits the brewing head of my Gaggia Classic perfectly.
No more grounds in my cappuccino, improved crema. All good.