Which Sage Coffee Machine Should I Buy?

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When it comes to coffee machines, few home brews taste better than what you’ll get out of a Sage. They’re one of the biggest brands around and have a huge range of coffee machines to choose from.

Of course, they don’t come cheap but if you’re looking for quality then you really won’t go far wrong.

So, what are the best Sage coffee machines currently available on the market?

Sage Nespresso Creatista Uno

Setting you back under £300 on Amazon, this Sage Nespresso Creatista Uno is a fantastic bit of kit, perfect for milk frothing and a speedy cup of coffee.

It has an automatic steam wand and three different milk temperatures, as well as three different textures to choose from. 

You can enjoy an espresso in just 25 seconds and you can adjust things like size of the coffee and a range of other variables.

It’s highly thought of by many in the coffee world and the reviews left by customers truly have to be seen to be believed.

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Sage The Barista Pro

This bean to cup machine will set you back around £600, but it’s worth every penny with a 2 litre water capacity, quick heat up and a steam wand that can even allow you to create your own latte art!

If you’re into your coffee then it’s a no brainer, with so many options to customise your brew.

It’s a machine that continually receives five stars from customers, although we would suggest it’s for the more experienced coffee fan. After all, it is named the Barista Pro!

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Sage Bambino Plus

The Bambino Plus is a £400 ground to cup machine from the brand and is a lot more condensed. It’s ideally suited for those who don’t necessarily have the space.

It still manages to pack in all the bells and whistles though with a milk frother that allows you to adjust temperature and texture, while you can still get two cups on the go at once and an espresso in 25 seconds.

It doesn’t have an inbuilt grinder, which may put off some, but there really isn’t anything from stopping you grinding your own beans and making the most of this bit of kit. 

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Sage Duo-Temp Pro

Another machine which requires you to feed it already ground coffee is the Duo-Temp Pro. However, this shouldn’t put you off as it’s the perfect machine for those who want a Sage on a bit more of a budget.

It’ll set you back around £350, so still not a steal but it is worth every penny as you’ll get that guaranteed Sage quality and a real classy look.

It’s easy-to-use, ideal for a beginner and offers a beautiful espresso available in a matter of seconds.

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Sage Nespresso Creatista Plus

If you prefer Pods, then like the Creatista Uno, the Creatista Plus is a great buy.

It takes just three seconds to heat up and you can have you brew in three different cup sizes – 0.84, 1.35 or 3.72oz. 

It’s simply a case of adding I’m the capsule and letting the magic happen. The milk foamer is simple to use and is perfect for those who want a no-nonsense cup of coffee in the morning. 

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