Aldi is selling a Salter espresso coffee machine for just £29.99

Sarah Young
·3 min read
<p>Start the day with an extra-hot caffeine fix courtesy of the latest Specialbuy</p> (The Independent/Aldi)

Start the day with an extra-hot caffeine fix courtesy of the latest Specialbuy

(The Independent/Aldi)

If you can’t function without your morning coffee but find yourself struggling to enjoy an instant, the time has come to invest in a proper machine.

There’s nothing quite like brewing a cup of barista-worthy Joe from the comfort of your own home and now, thanks to Aldi, it's easier to do than ever before.

Every week, the budget supermarket adds new deals to its Specialbuys section, which includes a whole host of different items, from homeware to kitchen appliances.

The latest addition is a Salter coffee machine that you can snap up for half the RRP, at the bargain price of just £29.99.

Guaranteed to get your mornings off to a flying start, having your own coffee machine is a great time saver and, if you invest in this one, it’s easier on the pocket too.

Whether you’re tired of handing over all your cash to coffee chains, want to upgrade your kitchen or are on the hunt for the perfect gift for a new homeowner, here’s everything you need to know about Aldi’s £29.99 espresso coffee machine.

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Salter espressimo coffee machine: £29.99, Aldi


Need some help getting through the cold and dark winter mornings? This coffee machine could be the answer.

Available to pre-order from today, or buy online from 24 January, the Salter espressimo allows you to make all your coffee shop favourites at home, from an espresso or cappuccino to a latte or macchiato.

The appliance is made with a portafilter for ground coffee, a 240ml carafe that can hold up to four cups, and a steam wand for frothing milk that’s controlled by a dial at the side of the machine, meaning you can make a barista-style brew with ease.

It also has a compact built-in water tank design so, instead of occasionally refilling a large tank, you can just add as much water as is needed for each use.

Made with strong and durable stainless steel with a sleek black exterior, not only does the machine produce great coffee, but it looks more expensive than it is and promises to be a smart addition to any kitchen.

Perfect for beginners and experienced coffee lovers alike, you will need to be quick if you want to get your hands on this bargain because it is an online exclusive and, as with all Aldi Specialbuys, once they sell out, they are gone.

Buy now

While we haven’t put this exact model to the test, this Dualit multibrew espresso coffee machine (£199, John Lewis & Partners) won the top spot in our round-up of the best ones.


The reviewer praised it for being multi-use, as it gives you the option to use ground coffee, pods and even tea. “We like this machine for a number of reasons: at just shy of £200 it’s at a relatively accessible price point, particularly for its capabilities, its stainless steel design looks great and overall it is a solid, high-quality product,” they said.

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