Friday, March 29, 2013

Take Your Pick and Suit Your Pocket

You need commercial coffee machines when you need to cater to large number of customers on a regular basis. Usually these are the floor standing kind. If you want the latest technology, then the Milano could well be what you are on the lookout for. You could offer different options on serve size with this machine including the go large one. And, whether you are serving plain coffee, cappuccino or lattes, you can adjust the strength for fastidious drinkers. With the Refresh 1400, you can also offer choices on the quantity of sugar as well as sugarless. As the name indicates, it can dispense a staggering 1400 cups daily.

On the other hand, if you need a model in the tabletop format, you could choose the Venetian. Speed and full automation are added attractions. Your customers can get as many as 11 selections of different kinds of coffee, tea and specialty drinks like mocha. If you need to serve up to 400 drinks daily, then this one is for you. Whatever may be your need, the final decision is often dictated by the pocketbook. The Jura Giga X7 Professional is one of Jura's most advanced commercial machines. With it you can prepare two specialty coffees simultaneously. However, it can serve only between 150-200 cups daily.

If funds are a constraint, you can still have the same superior quality coffees and other hot drinks by opting for used commercial coffee machines . Enjoy the deep effervescence, rugged taste and instant kick of a dark strong roast without having to pay an arm and a leg for it since the machine does play a significant role in the quality of the end product. To check out the condition it is in before purchase you need to verify the reliability of the supplier. The downside is that you won't get any kind of warranty or service plan on them. Also, try and find out whether any critical parts have been replaced. While your used coffee machine may not last as long as a new one, you will probably have earned enough from it before it konks out to be able to afford a new one.

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