29 Jul '14, 5pm

QuickMill Silvano, Thomas Winslow

I used a Rancillio Silvia for a decade and thought about getting another one after the bottom rusted through (you won't have that problem with the Silvano). But I wanted a PID and adding that to the Silvia came to over $800 and the PID looked like an add-on, just hanging down. Also, I got tired of the single boiler, always having to cool down after steaming and waiting for it to hit the right temp for brewing. Really time consuming and awkward for multiple milk drinks. After a lot of research I settled on the Silvano. I make 4 cups a day. I use this with a Baratza Vario grinder, a super grinder that is attractive and has a small footprint. Build quality: Both are built really well, solid, and will last years. Appearance: The Silvano is a beautiful polished stainless with rounded edges while the Silvia is a squared off dull stainless. The Silvano presents a much more contem...

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