Caffeine’s demo coffee shop offers training and hands-on experience of different machines
What’s the right coffee machine for your operation? A 2 group compact? A bean-to-cup machine with a steam wand? Traditional-barista or bean-to-cup? And what about training? Where can you go to get coffee training on pulling the perfect espresso shot and foaming milk, along with all of the maintenance and upkeep of the machine? Now the coffee gurus at Caffeine Limited have opened a demo coffee shop which displays a large array and variety of different machines that’s designed to answer all these questions. What’s more, training and advice is free for customers and potential customers.
Caffeine Limited’s no-nonsense service package for Gaggia, Conti and Schaerer aims to get those machines pumping coffee, ASAP
Coffee machine specialist Caffeine Limited offers a service package that promises to deliver a top quality, practical, planned preventative maintenance contract backed by emergency call-out with the highest possible first time fix rate. It’s available on all Gaggia, Conti and Schaerer coffee machines, plus a selection of other brands.
Use Schaerer’s flavour point system to mix up some seasonal treats
With Christmas fast approaching, caterers looking for a cost effective way to expand their seasonal coffee menu should consider the flavour point system from Schaerer, available in the UK through Caffeine Limited.
Schaerer’s Coffee Art bean-to-cup machines allow operators to produce barista quality coffee at the touch of a screen. The Flavour Point unit is an optional bolt-on that attaches seamlessly to the range, and is capable of holding four different bottles of syrup or alcohol to flavour drinks. This allows operators to create special drinks by programming specific mixtures of syrup, milk and coffee. Up to 40 beverages can be programmed into the Schaerer machines, including chocolate and cold drinks, so operators can quickly change their coffee menu to feature seasonal specials.
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.