Starbucks Sirena Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine brings the barista out in you

June 6th, 2009 - 2:55 am ICT by John Le Fevre  

The secret of good, rich quality coffee any barista will tell you is the quality of the beans, the temperature of the water and the back pressure applied to the pouring sprouts.

It’s by getting all these combinations right that coffee houses maintain a loyal following. Despite the recent round of closures by coffee-chain giant Starbucks, the ability get your Starbucks fix just got easier.

The company has just brought out its Sirena Model 398574 Semi-automatic espresso machine for the home or office – providing a solution to all but one of the above prerequisites for outstanding coffee.

Constructed from stainless steel, the compact coffee maker features dual pouring spouts, user programmable settings, a 57.5oz (1.7l) removable water tank and a 15-bar, pump-driven delivery system designed to squeeze the perfect level of coffee flavor out of each ground bean.

Available for $340, the unit weighs just 21lbs (9.5kg) and features an auto-shut off energy saving system that kicks in after 90-minutes of inactivity.

starbucks sirena semi automatic espresso machine
For die hard Starbucks fans, the Sirena 398574 means you can get your favorite espresso fix, as well as get to play barista, all without leaving your home.

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