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KitchenAid Pro Line Espresso Machine (Dual Boiler) - Empire Red

Item #: KES2102ER

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    KitchenAid Espresso Machine/Cappuccino Machine (Empire Red): 2 Boilers to Brew Espresso & Steam Milk Simultaneously

    Enjoy gourmet espresso, cappuccino, and lattes at home with KitchenAid speed and coffeehouse flair! The KES2102 Pro Line KitchenAid Espresso Machine (here in Empire Red) has dual boilers to steam milk and brew espresso at the same time, saving you precious minutes when you're rushing out the door or desperate to brew a cup during commercials. The KitchenAid Pro Line espresso maker's included frother pitcher has a specially-designed spout for making latte art—great for impressing your friends and dinner guests.

    Fans of Americanos, tea, and cocoa: the Pro Line KitchenAid Espresso Machine also has a hot water dispenser for all your hot drinks. The KES2102ER's gauges let you know when the unit is warmed up and ready to brew (around 6 minutes after starting up). Features include auto shutoff and auto standby after periods of unuse. This Pro Line KitchenAid Espresso Machine is backed by a 5-year manufacturer warranty.

    KES2102ER Dual Boiler KitchenAid Espresso Machine (Empire Red) Features:

    • Dual-boiler cappuccino machine & espresso maker from the KitchenAid Pro Line
    • Makes espresso, cappuccino, and lattes
    • Commercial features in a home espresso machine
    • KitchenAid Empire Red color
    • Brews espresso & steams milk simultaneously
    • Reaches a boil in 6 minutes
    • Hot water spout for making hot tea, cocoa, or caffè Americano
    • Swiveling frothing arm
    • Frother pitcher makes great latte art
    • Top cup warmer w/ rail
    • Aluminized steel housing (0.6mm)
    • Compatible with espresso pods
    • Single & double shot baskets
    • Automatic shutoff
    • 30-minute standby
    • 15 bar pressure
    • Includes portafilter, frothing jug, measuring scoop, & tamper
    • Dimensions: 12.5" x 15.5" x 12.25"
    • 5-year KitchenAid warranty

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    Additional Information

    Product Manual
    Description Author Kevin O
    Name KitchenAid Pro Line Espresso Machine (Dual Boiler) - Empire Red
    GTIIN / UPC Code 00883049301716
    Brands KitchenAid
    Product Line Zwilling J.A. Henckels PRO
    Type Manual Espresso Machines
    Material Aluminized Steel
    Color Red
    Size 15"
    Quantity Included 1
    Manufacturer's Warranty 5 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
    Country of Manufacture China
    prop65WARNING: This product may expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
    Drink type Cappuccino and Espresso
    Programmable or Non Non Programmable
    Weight (in Lbs) 36.2

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    Reviews: 21Average Customer Review is 4:  


    Classic Retro design Review by

    Had an espresso maker now for 10 years. A few ups mand downs which kitchen aid have always looked after. This is a machine that you should own in your life time. Makes the finest coffee you could ask for providing you use the finest coffee, bean or ground you can afford (Illy will suffice). Keep making this classic.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 4/28/17)


    Issues w/ Taste of Water Review by

    Overall, a good machine. This is my second one, for a second home. I was dismayed to find that the water coming out of this one tasted like 70% rubber and 30% wet dog. Am still trying to use decalcifier and hoping for the best, but so far, no luck. :( The only other thing about this machine that isn't perfect (aside from the rubber taste) is that the milk steamer could be a little beefier. It runs out of steam now and then.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 4/1/17)


    Beautiful!!! Review by

    My husband bought this as a Christmas gift for me and I loved it!!! Makes great cappuccinos and a great cup of coffee!!! It's not as easy as the Kitchenaid nespresso ( I have that one also) but once you get the hang of it it so worth it. Plus I get to use my own coffee beans. And it has a gorgeous look to it!!!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 1/6/17)


    lack of temperature control ruins an otherwise solid espress Review by

    Although this espresso maker has a lot going for it, it doesn't deserve the Pro Line moniker without temperature control. My first impressions of the espresso maker were quite positive. Each component - from the tamp to the machine itself - felt substantial and well-made. They even included little extras like a brush for cleaning up grounds and a railing around the top of the machine so that items placed there (they recommend putting cups there for warming) do not easily fall. The only thing that seemed out of character with the high-quality build was the water reservoir, which didn't really latch into place in any way. I think this was probably an intentional design decision to make refills easier, but it seemed a little strange that there wasn't even a ridge to make it feel securely engaged. This, however, was a minor complaint in what otherwise seemed to be a very solid machine. I read through every step of the instructions before I attempted to make my first espresso. Then I referenced them again as I walked through the process. When the first attempt turned from rich brown to watery after just a few seconds, I assumed that I just needed more practice. So, I tried again and again and again for over an hour. I got a few pulls that were serviceable enough to make a mediocre latte - with the milk to espresso ratio masking the subpar espresso - but not one attempt resulted in anything close to a drinkable espresso. I read through the troubleshooting tips. When nothing in the manual seemed to work, I started looking online. I adjusted my grind. I adjusted my tamping technique. The one critical factor I could not adjust (and my main complaint about this machine) was the temperature. Although the manual and the online resources all talk about the importance of the right temperature, this espresso maker has no mechanism for controlling or even measuring the temperature of the water.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 1/5/17)


    Great Espresso Maker Review by

    I purchase this new unit about a month ago to replace my OLD KitchenAid Pro Line Series Espresso Maker. I also have always use my excellent Pro Line Grinder to process the espresso grounds I order from Buon Giorno Roastery here in Texas. Both my wife and I, have always loved and always will, enjoy our daily espresso.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 12/4/16)


    Make it your way ------ not automatic Review by

    Very happy!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 10/27/16)


    Love this machine Review by

    Not only does this make a great espresso/cappuccino, it looks beautiful on my kitchen counter.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 8/21/16)


    Beautiful Design Review by

    I purchased this model when Kitchenaid first released it with their Pro-Line series about 12-14 years ago. The first one I received developed a problem (I can't recall what it was) and Kitchenaid replaced it with no questions asked. As to the reviews written about saying it didn't produce or consistently good crema, I would argue that had more to do with the freshness of the beans and less to do with the machine. The pump is more than adequate for espresso and the boilers (2) are large and heat up very quickly. Once I figured out the grind for the beans I was using (I occasionally roast my own, but mainly purchase whole-bean) I consistently would pull shots with a full head of crema that were exquisite in flavor. Its a little bit of trial and error initially whenever switching to a new bean/roast. With that being said, this machine has produced amazing shots with little-to-no crema, which has led me believe that the presence or absence of crema is not a good indicator. This is a semi-automatic machine with its internals made by Gaggia (or they used to be), the inventor of espresso. I would highly recommend it and I'm glad to see Kitchenaid has reintroduced this in their product line.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 8/1/16)


    Great espresso maker! Review by

    We got this espresso maker as a gift and it is great! Surprisingly easy and quick to use.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 7/25/16)


    The Best Review by

    So we bought one when they first came out several years ago (aprox.10+ yrs) and it still runs great every morning of everyday. I have had to replace on small part in 10+ yrs and that's it. We are so glad they have come out with them again and will be purchasing another one before this one we have ever gives out. I hope they are still made by the same Co. and marketed by Kitchenaide....AWESOME MACHINE!!!!!!!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 3/14/16)


    Awful Review by

    The water pump on mine stopped working and KitchenAid said that they can't repair it. Then they said because of the machines age they can only give me $90 for it. So I get $90 and they get a machine that they will easily refurbish or use all of the functioning parts from and sell for hundreds. Definitely the last KA product that I will ever buy.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 2/24/16)


    DO NOT BUY Review by

    I purchased the Proline Espresso maker several years ago and was totally disgusted by it. It never pulled a good crema despite all sorts of grinds tamps coffee roasts etc. It finally began to leak profusely from the boiler inlet pipe and getting water all over everything. Kitchen-Aid replaced it with a refurbished unit which was commendable(the representative was very pleasant and apologetic) but unfortunately the replacement unit did the same thing poor extraction followed by leaking. NO ONE will work on these units to repair them so I am the proud owner of a very expensive door stop. Possibly the new units are better designed but I wouldn't take the chance and the expense of replacement. I now use a SAECO which cost a third of the price of the Kitchen-Aid and produces a very good crema and has beeen totally reliable for years now!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 2/3/16)


    A Bit Disappointed Review by

    I received this espresso maker a month ago. While it does a decent job, I expected more. The pressure gage for espresso barely gets into the ready range, and I get a lot of water with the steam.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 12/13/15)


    Falls short in delivering quality espresso shots. Review by

    I purchased the KES2102CA Espresso Machine on Oct 2nd. I have had it for a couple of weeks now and the experience has been less than satisfactory. The reason for purchasing the item were: (1) Design, (2) KitchenAid Brand, (3) Dual Boilers, (4) Expectations of great espresso. The last item, (4) Expectations of Great Espresso, have fallen flat. Still have not been able to produce a quality espresso shot. I have changed beans, different grinds, tamping pressures, bottled water, etc. The best I can get is a small film at the end of a 25 second pull. A Nespresso Pod machines produce a better creme than this machine. While this is an elegant machine, it falls short in delivering quality espresso shots. It has dual boilers, but unable to control the temperature. The espresso boiler's needle indicates that it has just barely reached ready temperature. The coffee flows quickly, even with a fine grind from a burr grinder, 20b tamp pressure. It is just not living up to the KitchenAid name or videos. Any suggestions before it is packed up and returned?

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 10/16/15)


    proline espresso Review by

    Best espresso machine. Make sure you use only fresh roasted beans. You will not be disappointed

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 10/3/15)


    Makes a great espresso, and caffe latte. Review by

    This machine makes
    great coffee, but you have to use good coffee(Illy). (Posted on 6/28/15)


    Great product by Kitchen Aid Review by

    Thanks for an outstanding experience, I have had this item for many years and when the original one quit you made the replacement process incredibly easy. Thanks again!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 6/15/15)


    Great machine! Review by

    This machine has all the commercial features you would expect from Kitchenaid, and has the classic KA design. It heats quickly, has a commercial brew group, dual boilers, cup warmer, and enough pump pressure for perfect espresso. I am very pleased with my purchase!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 1/2/15)


    Disappointing Review by

    We got this coffee maker for Christmas and were excited for our first coffee. Unfortunately we were very disappointed, tried three different coffee brands, ground the coffee using the Kitchen aid grinder, tried several tamping pressures and we did not get a very good coffee. There's no coffee foam, no thick texture. Keep wondering whether we do something wrong as with this beautiful beast of a coffee maker, one would think the coffee that comes out should be much better. What we get tastes more like a french press. I guess if we had bought another Krupps coffee maker, we would have enjoyed the coffee better and would have saved quite a bit of money. Agree with other reviewers here that the coffee maker itself is a beautiful machine, just a joy to look at, unfortunately the coffee is not worth it, so far... Sorry to say. If anybody has got any good tips or ideas what we might be overlooking, please share, I'll be grateful, thank you.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 12/26/14)


    For those who like the manual touch. Review by

    I would have this machine on my counter just for its looks and that is the reason I originally bought it. Voluptuous is the word to describe its appearance, nothing chromey, stainless steel, angular, looking like it was designed by an oil refinery engineer; just plain and simple. My machine was faultless until the end making at least five coffees a day (sometimes thirty) for five and a half years - that's thousands of coffees. I was going to get it repaired but someone was disposing theirs for next to nothing so I got it instead. It is now a year old, suffering the same treatment and holding up just as well. If you love the hands on experience of making coffee, this is the machine for you. In using it, you will learn the art of espresso, something lost on those automatic machines. I want a coffee the way I like it, not as determined by a barista or a program. The Kitchenaid machine allows me to do it as I want while looking good at the same time. I will be disappointed when my current machine dies and there is no replacement. It will still sit on my bench for its good looks though.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 11/15/14)


    Amazing design Review by

    Real pro espresso maker! Great design and with the dual boilers you can have coffee and foamed milk at the same time!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 8/21/14)

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