Monday, May 27, 2013

Cater to Varied Tastes in the Office

Coffee lovers are united only in their love of the brew. Otherwise, every person has a distinctive preferred flavour and taste which they desire in their special cuppa. When you have a cappuccino coffee machine from UK, you know that you are going to get it right every time. Its success in the office environment is explained by the fact that it is relatively small and easier to use and live with than many other bean to cup coffee machines. The Korinto produces a range of espresso based coffee drinks including cappuccino, latte, espresso, Americano as well as hot chocolate and a mocha. Its advanced technology ensures exceptional performance, optimum drink quality and ease of operation.

Some of more desirable features of the Korinto are a wide choice of photographic panels which assure you of easy end-user interface with the large selection labels and pushbuttons being centrally placed. Despite boasting of a stylish design and compact dispenser, it offers a 24 cm high delivery area. This super automatic coffee machine is ideal for small to medium establishments which need it to be an all round beverage dispenser. Korinto is available in the version Espresso, Instant and Fresh Brew, in addition to the cappuccino-module to obtain cappuccino from fresh milk (which can be stored in a small refrigerator).
Depending on the number of cups which need to be brewed daily, you could also try the jura giga X7

The Jura Giga X7 Professional boasts of two high-performance grinders made from a virtually wear-free technical ceramic to guarantee quick, precise, even and consistent grinding. The cappuccino frother even features an adjustable air intake, controlled by a geared stepper motor. When you make a latte macchiato, the machine automatically dispenses hot milk followed by milk foam into the glass. Making a superlative café latte is something of a technical challenge, because its secret lies in the optimum blending of milk and coffee during preparation. The only way to achieve this is for the milk and coffee to flow into the cup at the same time.

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