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!
Latest Schaerer bean-to-cup machine from Caffeine can adapt as business grows
Caffeine says the latest Coffee Prime espresso machine is aimed at both coffee connoisseurs and accountants. Manufactured in Switzerland by market-leading bean-to-cup specialist Schaerer, it produces gourmet beverages at the press of a button. However, it also saves costs and cuts down on energy consumption. It can make up to 100 espressos or 70 cappuccinos per hour and is aimed at a range of sectors, including staff catering, conference and meeting rooms, directors’ dining, restaurants and hotels.
A key feature of the Coffee Prime is its ability to be adapted, with the addition of ancillary equipment, as a site’s needs change. Larger bean hoppers and a powder system with large container can be added at a later date. Optional accessories include a fresh milk system, two bean grinders, and a cup dispenser module.
Launch of advanced bean-to-cup Coffee Art system from Schaerer
Stand U103, Business Design Centre London, 23-24 September
Coffee machine expert Caffeine Ltd will be exhibiting on Stand U103 with eXpresso PLUS, the on-the-go beverage system specialist. The latest equipment in the Schaerer range of coffee machines will be on the stand including the new Coffee Art Plus, which can dispense up to 350 cups per hour.
The Schaerer Coffee Art range of bean-to-cup espresso machines is designed to deliver the best quality coffee at the touch of a button. According to Caffeine, the Swiss-manufactured Coffee Art machines make a coffee as close to a barista-brewed espresso as a push-button machine can get.