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Make home brew like a barista with these espresso machine sidekicks
All the coffee-making accessories you need to grind, press, steam and froth
You’ve got your coffee maker ready to go. Now accessorize with the tools you’ll need to make the best possible home-brew.
When it comes to cutting down beans to consistent size, burr grinders are better than those with blades.
The Italian-made Baratza Virtuoso Burr Coffee Grinder has 40 grind settings and a hopper that holds up to half a pound of beans. $299.95, Williams-Sonoma
Use this 12-oz stainless steel container when frothing and steaming your milk. $14.99, Bella Vita
Whip up some milk with this hand-held frother by Trudeau and take your coffee to a foamy, cloud-like level. $9.99, Ming Wo
The Grindenstein knock box from Dream Farm eliminates the messy process of banging used grinds from your machine’s portafilter. $29.99, Ming Wo
Use this stylish tamper, made by Vancouver Island’s Reg Barber, for compacting ground coffee into an espresso machine portafilter before brewing. $32.95, Espressotec
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