Named after the man who invented the modern steam-less coffee machine, Gaggia is the most celebrated coffee and expresso machine company in Italy. The manual Gaggia Baby — the first-ever Gaggia espresso machine made for the home — has remained a top seller long since its 1977 debut, with double heating, electronic control panels, and other modern features that bring it into the 21st century. Gaggia's newer, automated titanium models brew perfect cups of coffee at the simple push of a button — measuring and disposing of the grounds to minimize your work and clean-up efforts. Want some ice cream with your double macchiato? Try one of Gaggia's ice-cream makers: the semi-professional Gaggia Gelatiera, or the casual Gaggia Facile. State-of-the-art juicers, coffee grinders, and American-style coffee makers round out Gaggia’s aesthetically-pleasing product line.
Sip your winter blues away with these high-tech brewers, classic presses, kettles, frothers, mugs, and more. Altogether, it's everything you'll need to make the perfect cup. And we're especially excited to introduce Illy on Gilt Home... these high-quality, pro-grade espresso makers and more are being offered at the lowest prices you'll see on Gilt this year.
From coffee grinders to espresso makers, this sale will give your kitchen and everything in it — including you — a lift. You’re in good hands with benchmark Italian brands like De’Longhi, Gaggia, and MyPressi.
If you're like us — i.e., you don't allow anyone to speak to you until you've had your first two cups of coffee — then you'll love this sampler of rakish accessories for stylish caffeine lovers. Grinders, milk steamers, sexy cappuccino makers (leave it to the Italians to come up with a sports-car-red espresso machine). With benchmark brands here like Bodum, Gaggia, and DeLonghi, you know you're in good hands.
From an espresso sampler to modish accessories, this sale will give your kitchen and everything in it—including you—a lift. You’re in good hands with benchmark brands like Bodum, Gaggia, mypressi, and Casa Bugatti (leave it to the Italians to come up with a sports-car-inspired juicer and a handheld espresso machine).