Review: The ROK Espresso Maker

The ROK Espresso Coffee Maker

Image from ROK

Super sleek and uber cool is the ROK manual espresso maker.   It almost is too cool for the Fuss Free Kitchen and needs to be displayed in a Shoreditch or Clerkenwell loft.

So how did we get on with it?

The ROK manual espresso maker is beautifully and carefully designed, from the storage tin, to the coffee scoop that doubles as a tamper.   It is very very easy to use, making the espresso used less effort than using a lever corkscrew would.  We love it.

ROK Manual Espresso Maker

Pros

It looks amazing, very cool and stylish
Beautifully designed
Easy to use
Great coffee
Fun
Good for glamping, sailing etc
10 year guarantee

Cons

£129 it is expensive
The novelty could soon wear off

Verdict – A great present for a stylish coffee lover who has everything they need.

£129 from ROK Kitchen Tools.

The PO Mondrian inspired espresso cups are equally stylish, we loved the silicone ring which allows you to hold your hot drink without needing a handle. Also a great present.   £21 from Top Gourmet.  Other styles, sizes and items available.
PO Espresso Coffee cups

Many thanks to ROK and Top Gourmet for my samples.

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About Helen

Helen Best-Shaw is a freelance writer, who has been writing about achievable and affordable food on Fuss Free Flavours since 2007. She also contributes articles and recipes to a number of online and print food magazines.

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