Sunday, April 1, 2012

A Wide Selection of Drinks from the Jura XS9

If you are dreaming of a latte macchiato or cappuccino instead of a traditional coffee then the Jura XS90 is the coffee machine of choice for you. The Jura XS90 coffee machine can give you 12 different kinds of drinks which can be programmed in seven languages. Together with its one touch technology, these features make the Jura XS90 incredibly user friendly. The machine has two separate integrated heating systems to facilitate seamless, instantaneous switching from hot water to steam production. Its professional cappuccino frother takes the hard work out of making special favorites like Cappuccino or Latte Macchiato.

Those who want to work out more possibilities can do so since the Jura XS90 coffee machine has a powder dispenser which holds a second, pre-ground coffee blend. On the other hand, if you prefer to work around fresh ground beans then the six-setting precision grinder will enable you to grind the beans to varying levels of fineness. The active bean level monitoring system of the Jura XS90 ensures that the grinder never runs empty.

At home or in the kind of commercial set up where you need to offer a wide selection of hot drinks but not more than 50 cups on a daily basis, the Jura XS90 coffee machine distinguishes itself. Remember, this is not one of those rugged industrial models which can weather hard usage. Social settings like clubs with restricted entry, salons or small get-togethers can certainly benefit from installing the Jura XS90 . Even florists, jewelry shops or small gift shops can have one of these to earn them a little extra money or even entertain special customers.

Like many Jura models the Jura XS90 is eco friendly. With the Energy Save Mode (E.S.M. © ) the machine uses up to 60% less power. If you plan not to use the machine for a while, you can use the built-in mains switch to shut off the mains power supply completely. The longevity and trouble free functioning of the Jura XS90 is assured by its integrated cleaning and rinsing programmes.

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