La Pavoni Esperto Abile 16 Cup Espresso Machine ESPAB-16

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Description

La Pavoni Esperto Abile 16 Cup Espresso Machine ESPAB-16

Esperto

Esperto “Competition” la Pavoni series espresso machines.  Expertly handcrafted and loaded with features, the Esperto line allows the home barista to expertly prepare restaurant quality espresso and cappuccinos.  Available in 3 finishes to compliment every décor.

ESPAB-16 “Abile”   16 cup, chrome tank, chrome base

​ESPCO-16 "Competente" 16 cup brass tank, chrome base 

Competition filter baskets and group screens Are precisely machined to the highest identical  specifications then polished to ensure optimum flow. Each is embossed with a la Pavoni logo.

Additional ESPERTO Features

  • Mounted group pressure gauge
  • Custom Rosewood lever handles, boiler cap & and steam knob
  • 3 embossed “Competition” filters in 9, 16 & 20 gram capacities
  • Embossed competition group screens 
  • Bottomless portafilter handle and & a standard double portafilter handle
  • Red accent plastic base cover
  • Stainless steel coffee tamper
  • Temperature strip on group
  • Capped eagle for boiler cap

Competition filter baskets and group screens are precisely machined to the highest identical   specifications then polished to ensure optimum flow. Each is embossed with a la Pavoni logo.

New From La Pavoni

The ESPERTO series of home espresso machines.

Each one is beautifully handcrafted and available in chrome copper or brass boilers. All feature the larger 16 cup, 38 oz. nickel plated boiler, mounted boiler pressure gauge and two frothing systems (mounted polished steam wand & Cappuccino Automatic attachment. Esperto models also include a host of new features making the Esperto line a must for the home barista!

Made in Italy.

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Lever Espresso. The La Pavoni Esperto Abile

The LP Esperto Abile was ordered on 02/02/2021, shipment was delayed likely to COVID19 related manufacturing and shipping issues, and arrived safely intact to me on 03/10/2021. With inspection all was satisfactory. Thank you Majesty Coffee.

The Esperto was preped for use on 03/18/2021. Even after following the LP manual recommendations for boiler cleaning, it was still necessary to reclean the boiler three more times to eliminate the manufacturing residue metallic taste. After the final cleaning and final refilling with BWT cation resin exchange
treated water with a clean, clear taste was delivered through the group head.

Then the process of dialing in my grinder and finding the appropriate fine grind level began. After several attempts at dialing in the grinder, an appropriately fine grind level was achieved, after which the learning process of "pulling" a decent shot began.

Understanding that this is an analog machine requiring much more user input compared to an E61 semi-automatic espresso machine, there was a fair bit of experimentation needed to learn how to use the lever for decent espressos. Over time, and paying attention to brew head temperatures, my shots have gradually been improving and have transitioned from "drinkable" to actually quite good, satisfying even.

The Esperto, probably like most manual lever La Pavonis, is an engaging machine requiring acceptance of patience in the learning curve. The result, as skill levels rise, is simply great tasting espresso with the satisfaction of having done it yourself. So, in conclusion, I'm enjoying my La Pavoni learning adventure and the enjoyable proof is in the cup.

Just understand that an LP takes work to learn, but the effort is worth it. Consider it a fun fundamental example of the analog 1950-1960's meeting the current digital age, and analog wins, delivering wide smiles in the process..

Cheers.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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V
V.C.
Lever Espresso. The La Pavoni Esperto Abile

The LP Esperto Abile was ordered on 02/02/2021, shipment was delayed likely to COVID19 related manufacturing and shipping issues, and arrived safely intact to me on 03/10/2021. With inspection all was satisfactory. Thank you Majesty Coffee.

The Esperto was preped for use on 03/18/2021. Even after following the LP manual recommendations for boiler cleaning, it was still necessary to reclean the boiler three more times to eliminate the manufacturing residue metallic taste. After the final cleaning and final refilling with BWT cation resin exchange
treated water with a clean, clear taste was delivered through the group head.

Then the process of dialing in my grinder and finding the appropriate fine grind level began. After several attempts at dialing in the grinder, an appropriately fine grind level was achieved, after which the learning process of "pulling" a decent shot began.

Understanding that this is an analog machine requiring much more user input compared to an E61 semi-automatic espresso machine, there was a fair bit of experimentation needed to learn how to use the lever for decent espressos. Over time, and paying attention to brew head temperatures, my shots have gradually been improving and have transitioned from "drinkable" to actually quite good, satisfying even.

The Esperto, probably like most manual lever La Pavonis, is an engaging machine requiring acceptance of patience in the learning curve. The result, as skill levels rise, is simply great tasting espresso with the satisfaction of having done it yourself. So, in conclusion, I'm enjoying my La Pavoni learning adventure and the enjoyable proof is in the cup.

Just understand that an LP takes work to learn, but the effort is worth it. Consider it a fun fundamental example of the analog 1950-1960's meeting the current digital age, and analog wins, delivering wide smiles in the process..

Cheers.