Caffeine Limited supplies Schaerer Coffee Art systems to connoisseurs’ club
67 Pall Mall is a club with a difference. By wine lovers, for wine lovers, its membership list quickly filled with connoisseurs and collectors who want to enjoy wine, buy wine, store wine and even sell wine.
“Ours is an eclectic membership,” says Niels Sherry, general manager at 67 Pall Mall. “They are a complete mix – different backgrounds, nationalities, walks of life and ages. We wanted a truly social vibe, not a blokey environment, so we welcome women members as well as men. We’re not like a traditional Pall Mall club, we do things our own way, jeans and jacket are fine. What unites our members is a love of wine, and they tend to like other finer things in life as well – like cars, watches, fine dining and good coffee.”
Company ramps up its commitment to providing “benchmark” for customer service
Caffeine Limited welcomes two new additions to its team with the appointment of Tim Westmacott, joining the company as service manager, and Dave Short, who becomes senior engineer.
Tim has 26 years experience in the coffee industry, covering a wide variety of roles from field service engineer, operations director and five years as account manager/director. Twenty years ago he worked with Caffeine Limited’s managing director Justin Stockwell at Chevron Limited.
“We have a fantastic opportunity to deliver excellent customer service within the espresso coffee market, where most are currently failing,” says Tim. “The premium coffee market has been growing rapidly for some years now and it shows no signs of slowing in the foreseeable future. I think we can build an equipment and service solution to compete with the very best.”
Schaerer launches advanced coffee machines at Caffé Culture 2015
Stand E25, Olympia London, May 13-14
Schaerer is to unveil new espresso machines at Caffé Culture that feature an advanced milk system giving operators total control of the texture and temperature of the foam. The Swiss manufacturer says the new system delivers the best ever lattes, flat whites and cappuccinos, and other espresso drinks, because it allows such fine adjustment.
The Schaerer range of espresso systems is marketed in the UK by Caffeine Limited. “The new technology is a very exciting development,” says Justin Stockwell, Caffeine’s managing director. “It’s simple to use and the operator can set the exact consistency and temperature of milk foam that they want, to ensure the perfect serve, whatever the drink.
“The launch underlines Schaerer’s market-leading technology in the bean-to-cup beverage machine sector.”