Installers of industrial coffee machines Edinburgh and the Lothians area, call us on 0131 526 3217. Our range includes filter coffee machines, traditional espresso coffee machines, 3 group espresso machines, coffee grinders, La Cimbali and Franke bean to cup coffee machines, and bulk brew coffee machines for hotels, restaurants, caterers, hospitals and university sites in Edinburgh, Livingston and East Lothian.

Shown below are the rugged and the popular Royal Synchro 2 group espresso machine in metallic black, these are also available in white, red and orange and normally paired with a Macap MXA auto grinder.

Industrial Coffee Machines Edinburgh

The Swiss-made Jura Giga X3 and X8 Speed range of premium bean to cup coffee machines are some of our favourite professional coffee machines. The Giga X3 has an excellent range of speciality coffee drinks made from beans and fresh milk and also comes with an industry-leading 2 year parts and labour warranty.

We’re also expert suppliers of traditional coffee machines in 2 group and 3 group format along with Macap, Crem or Mazzer coffee grinders and full barista training with installation and water softener filters

Talk to us about the Gaggia La Radiosa bean-to-cup coffee machine which we have installed in the Edinburgh area with an intuitive touch screen offering cappuccino, caffe latte, flat white, espresso and delicious hot chocolate made with fresh milk for demanding sites serving up to 300 cups per day.

You can watch our video of the Gaggia La Radiosa on YouTube here:

 

We can help with your needs for both coffee machines for offices Edinburgh or coffee and consumables from our wide range of 16 prime coffee beans and filter coffees, teas and hot chocolates.

Contact us to discuss your needs or visit our Falkirk coffee machines showroom.

Caffia Coffee Group | Queen Anne Drive | Newbridge | Edinburgh | EH28 8LH

Tel: 0131 526 3217 | Email: [email protected]

Installers of industrial coffee machines Edinburgh and Lothians with barista training and a wide range of coffees.

University of Edinburgh and Arthur's Seat.

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