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.”
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.