Suppliers of bean to cup coffee machines in London; call 0203 096 7233 or visit our Clerkenwell coffee machine showroom to view coffee machines for offices, coffee shops, pubs, golf clubs, restaurants and hotels. Caffia also offers a range of 2 group and 3 group traditional espresso coffee machines and also compact 2 group models for sites with limited budget or space; its all part of our commercial coffee machines range.
The Bean To Cup Machine Brands That We Offer.
Our bean to cup coffee machine range is drawn from leading brands like Franke, Jura, WMF, La Cimbali, Bravilor, Rex Royale and Necta – machines like the Franke A600FM FoamMaster uses coffee beans and fresh milk while machines like the Bravilor Esprecious use fresh coffee beans and powdered milk and powdered hot chocolate.
Why Would You Use Bean To Cup Coffee Machines In London?
Simple! They offer consistency and automation with the use of coffee beans and milk to produce a perfect flat white, espresso, caffe latte and cappuccino at the touch of a button – no need for a barista any more! The impressive Franke A1000 FoamMaster below is a great example of a top rank coffee machine:
Our range of catering coffee machines is ideal for cafes, restaurants, bars and hotels in London and our range of espresso coffee machines that is uniquely flexible, well priced and with service back up and full on-site barista training. It is a great help to be able to visit our showroom located in Gee Street, close to Barbican and Old Street stations and right on the edge of the Square Mile and Shoreditch.
Bean To Cup Coffee Machines Demonstration Videos
Please see the Jura Giga X8 Generation 2 coffee machine in our demo video here:
Coffee Machines For Cafes London.
We also offer the Synchro, Cimbali, Fracino and Esprezzi range of espresso coffee machines in a range of useful sizes and three different espresso coffee bean grinders from Macap – a professional Italian brand which are perfect for London cafes, sandwich bars and restaurants who are welcome to call in to our showroom near Old Street as well.
But how does a traditional coffee machine work? A traditional espresso machine works by pumping hot water through the bed of espresso (fine) ground coffee in a ‘group handle’ at a very high pressure of around 9 bar or 150 pounds per square inch in order to extract a very intense and aromatic cup of espresso – this is the basis of the modern speciality coffee drinks line-up.
Making a flat white, cappuccino or caffe latte involves heating and/or foaming the milk (we generally recommend semi-skimmed) with a cappuccino having more tiny air bubbles as foam on the top – this is generally done with one of the machine steam arms and via careful control of the steam valve.
Why not come and see our London coffee machine showroom? You can see a quick video of it at the bottom of the page.
Caffia Coffee Group, 47 Gee Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3RS
Tel: 0203 096 7233 | Email: [email protected]
Specialist suppliers of bean to cup coffee machines in London, Essex and Kent.