Sage Barista Express Product Guide

Sage Barista Express


Sage Barista Express Reviews

There are many really good reviews around but these are the ones that stand out the most. A quick review from The Coffee Bazaar is pretty good and there is also this review from Expert Reviews with some great pictures. Amazon provide some great user reviews for the machine which you can read here. This Youtube Review for the Sage Barista Express is pretty good too.

Sage Barista Express Accessories

Here are some of the most common Sage Barista Express Accessories you can buy...

The Knock Box Mini

The Temp Control Milk Frothing Jug

Water Filters

Milk Frothing Jug

Espresso Cleaning Tablets

Steam Wand Cleaner

Descaler Pack

Sage Barista Express Common Faults

Solenoid Sticking There are a number of users around the web that have reported an issue when extracting and hear a buzzing sound. There is a video explaining the problem.

Coffee Machines Like The Sage Barista Express

The Sage Barista Express is quite a unique machine, and the only alternative is the same machine just under a different brand, which is the Breville BES870 Barista Express. This machine is generally for the Americas part of the world and sells very well in the USA.

There are also very similar machines from Sage and these include...

Sage BES810BSS the Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine

Sage SES500BSS Bambino Plus Espresso Maker

Sage BES920UK the Dual Boiler Espresso Machine

Sage SES990BSS the Oracle Touch Fully Automatic Espresso Machine

Sage Barista Express Manual

Click the following link to download the Sage Barista Express BES875 Instruction Manual in PDF format.

Sage Barista Express Parts

The Sage Appliances Website has a dedicated page for the parts you can buy for the Safe Barista Express and there are pretty good prices too.

Sage Barista Express Tips & Tricks

Warm Up With Empty Shot It's recommended that you allow a good 20 minutes to allow the machine to heat-up fully before you use it. That is too long! Instead, just pull an empty shot through the machine and this will heat up the portafilter, group head and the boiler. Awesome!

If You Want Easy, Use The Double Wall Filter If you want a more forgiving coffee extraction then use the double wall filters. These are pressurized filters that are much more forgiving when you don't have the grind settings exact for the coffee beans. It's not as good as the single wall filters but it's a good starting point if you want a great cup of coffee.

This Sage Barista Express Tips & Tricks Video from Seattle Coffee Gear on YouTube is great!