About Espresso Connect

In late 2009, long-time friends George and Rino founded Espresso Connect. Drawing on their combined 55 years of experience in the coffee industry, their vision was to create a business that prioritized family values and connect customers and dealers with the perfect product and services.

Their philosophy is to do things right the first time, which is why they specialize in superior quality European products. This commitment to excellence results in exceptional service that customers come to love and trust.

Espresso Connect is located in Marrickville and holds import licenses to Italian brands Quick Mill and Quamar.

Quick Mill, established in 1945 manufacture all their products in-house with a philosophy of durability, ensuring their products are made to last for years.

Quamar, with over 22 years of business, pride themselves with their design and innovation.

  • "I have purchased three machines from the guys over the years and recommended them to friends and family. Always great service and expert advice."

    — Chris

  • "Couldn't be happier! Excellent product, very helpful, great service, fast shipping, best price. Thank you George & Rino!"

    — John

  • "Very professional, prompt and polite service. Couldn't have been more satisfied."

    — Henry

Frequently Asked Questions

How Is An Espresso Machine Different From Coffee?

An espresso machine uses high pressure to force water through coffee within only a few seconds. Coffee makers rely on the power of gravity to gradually pull water through the filters. The coffee maker is almost always the cheaper option due to its simple function and limited features.

Is Espresso Good For Health?

Espressos, in particular, contain antioxidants that boost the immune system. Espresso shots can even reduce the risk of heart diseases and stroke, especially for people who are obese. Diabetes can also be avoided when you drink coffee.

Do You Save Money With An Espresso Machine?

While the initial sticker price can seem daunting, home espresso is a terrific long-term value. Even if you are buying the best machine and beans, the average cafe consumer will save thousands of dollars per year by switching to home espresso.

Is Espresso Stronger Than Coffee?

Espresso has 63 mg of caffeine in 1 ounce (the amount in one shot), according to Department of Agriculture nutrition data. Regular coffee, by contrast, has 12 to 16 mg of caffeine in every ounce, on average. That means that ounce for ounce, espresso has more caffeine.

Is It Okay To Drink Espresso Every Day?

Drinking espresso every day is healthy as long as you don't overindulge. Enjoy your espresso consumption in moderation and you will be able to enjoy the positive health effects without having to worry about the negative ones.