Caffeine Limited now offering real-time telemetry on all Schaerer machines
Caffeine Limited can now offer Schaerer’s newly developed M2M Coffee Link real-time telemetry system across its full range of advanced bean-to-cup coffee machines. The system can collect and communicate detailed information, right down to individual drinks made, and has a comprehensive range of options for controlling operation and service processes.
Using newly designed software optimised to meet the requirements of commercial coffee machine owners, encrypted data is sent to a secure web portal that can be accessed via desktop or tablet. It is also fully compatible with a range of enterprise resource planning systems allowing it to be used in any size of business, from single-location coffee shops to multiple chains. A full range of custom OEM solutions is also possible.
Caffeine Limited’s advanced coffee machines on show at Caffè Culture 2016
Stand E12, Olympia London, 10th– 11th May 2016
Coffee expert Caffeine Limited will be showing its latest Schaerer bean-to-cup machines on stand E12 at Caffè Culture Show 2016. The machines feature an advanced milk system, called ‘Best Foam’, that gives operators total control of the texture and temperature of the foam, delivering the best ever lattes, flat whites and cappuccinos, and other espresso drinks. It foams the milk even better than a barista!
Caffeine’s advanced milk system delivers the perfect serve, hot or cold.
As coffee increases in popularity and customers become more and more discerning, there is a greater demand for a variety of good quality espresso-based drinks. The latest Schaerer bean-to-cup machine from Caffeine Limited features an advance milk system, designed so that operators can produce perfectly textured bespoke coffee foams, at the touch of a button and without needing to be a trained barista.
According to Caffeine Limited, the new ‘Best Foam’ system actually foams the milk better than a barista.
Foxholes Farm tearoom learns the art of coffee from Caffeine Ltd
With the UK’s love of espresso showing no sign of slowing down, more businesses are looking to add high quality coffee to their menus. But quality is the key. One of the biggest barriers to this has been the requirement for skilled baristas to make the more technique-heavy types of quality coffee, such as cappuccinos and lattes. Most push-button coffee machines simply don’t match up.
Caffeine Ltd, UK distributors of Schaerer coffee machines, has the solution in the form of the Coffee Art system, a bean-to-cup espresso machine capable of making a variety of coffee drinks without requiring any specialist training.
Caffeine says radical, eco-friendly disposable system is a ‘game-changer’
Fresh milk is the best thing for taste and foam texture in espresso-based drinks. On the other hand, it’s amongst the worst when it comes to hygiene. Until now, bean-to-cup coffee machines that incorporate a fresh milk system have been a real challenge for staff when it comes to cleaning. Milk can clog pipes creating odours and bacteria, and it requires expensive, powerful and unpleasant chemicals for thorough cleaning.
Now Caffeine has launched a new milk system, the NC (no-clean) Foamer, developed by Schaerer, which is eco-friendly and needs no nasty chemicals. In fact, it’s also cheaper than a single dose of the chemicals used to clean a traditional system.
‘Best Foam’ technology delivers innovation in coffee
Stand C68 D67, Hall 15, Host 2015, Fieramilano, Italy
Schaerer is showing its latest bean-to-cup espresso technology at Host in Milan, including prototypes of upcoming models.
“In terms of coffee menus, milk foam is where it’s at when it comes to innovation,” says Justin Stockwell, managing director of Caffeine Limited, which markets Schaerer machines in the UK. “Visitors will want to check out Schaerer’s latest bean-to-cup machines, which use ‘Best Foam’ technology to foam milk better than a barista.” This is because it precisely controls the process and creates the exact type of foam required for specific drinks – a system called ‘micro bubble technology’. So the foam for one drink can be stiffer or creamier than for another – at the touch of a button. “And it’s not just for hot drinks – the foams can be adjusted for cold ones, too,” says Justin.
Caffeine launches flavours bolt-on to top of the range bean-to-cup espresso system
One issue with bean-to-cup machines is that while the best ones can produce a great coffee, their menus can be restricted. Now coffee machine specialist Caffeine Limited has launched a bolt-on to its top of the range Coffee Art Plus system that allows the unit to make not just a full range of espresso-based beverages but also flavoured coffees, with a choice of four different flavours, all at the touch of a button.
eXpresso PLUS launches bespoke self-serve drinks Towers
eXpresso PLUS, the beverage systems and ingredients specialist, has launched a new bespoke package that allows operators to tailor the company’s self-serve, free standing drinks Towers to their precise requirements.
The key aspect of the service allows operators to create a beverage machine that represents their personal brand, matching its colours, decals and logos. The machines are also supplied with a high impact video screen that can promote the operator’s messages.
However, it doesn’t stop there. A variety of different Towers are available, offering a wide choice of configurations. From the drinks menu and selection of syrups to the positioning of the cup dispenser and the choice of payment system, including coins, tokens or cards, there’s a whole range of options that allow operators to fine-tune the eXpresso PLUS Tower to their preferences. (more…)
Coffee machine specialist Caffeine Ltd will be exhibiting on Stand K40 with Exclusive Ranges at the Restaurant Show in October. This is a great chance for visitors interested in serving good quality coffee to see what machines are on offer.
The latest equipment in the Schaerer range of coffee machines will be on the stand including the Coffee Prime suitable for smaller venues and the Coffee Art Plus, which can dispense up to 350 cups per hour.
Caffeine launches Schaerer’s latest automatic coffee service machines into UK
As customers become increasingly discerning, operators are having to both expand their coffee menu and focus on quality, at a time when skilled staff are in short supply. Now coffee machines specialist Caffeine Ltd has launched the Schaerer Coffee Art range of bean-to-cup espresso machines, designed to deliver the best quality coffee at the touch of a button. According to Caffeine Ltd , the Swiss-manufactured Coffee Art machines make a coffee as close to a barista-brewed espresso as a push-button machine can get. In fact, the company says its Supersteam wand actually foams milk better than a barista, thanks to its consistency and ability to be finely tuned to different drinks’ requirements.