Our passion

COFFEE IS A KIND OF MAGIC YOU CAN DRINK

We would love to share our passion for great coffee with you. For this reason, we endeavor to bridge the gap between tried and true professional technology and state-of-the-art engineering. We have designed our semi-automatic espresso machines to be both functional and user-friendly, in order to provide the home barista with a singular espresso experience.

The E61 brew group, developed by Faema Co., is a part of this tried and true technology. Please read more about this in section Technology. State-of-the-art developments such as ‘No-burn’ steam/hot water wands and, depending on the model, PID-control are included with our machines.

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Boiler systems

The dual boiler system

A dual boiler machine has one boiler used for brewing coffee and one for withdrawing steam and hot water. Both boilers are independent from one another and a PID, for example, can regulate the boiler temperature separately.

The boiler for brewing coffee is much smaller than the one used for steam and hot water. This means that the boiler contents is spent quicker and fresh water is used to prepare the espresso.

A dual boiler machine is more temperature stable than a machine with heat exchanger because of the two separate and individually temperature controlled boilers.

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Heat exchanger system

An espresso machine with heat exchanger system is a machine with two water circulation systems. Since the boiler is not completely filled with water, steam may by drawn after the machine is fully heated. A heat exchanger is built into this boiler. When making coffee, fresh water from the tank is used which is pumped into the heat exchanger, heated there to the optimal brewing temperature and then directed to the brew group and portafilter. Thus, fresh water is always used to brew espresso.

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Dipper System

A hand lever machine is what makes you a real pro.

The biggest and probably most obvious difference between other espresso machines is the hand lever brew group.

By pulling the hand lever, the pre-infusion in the machines starts. Hot water from the boiler flows into the massive brewing group and get’s cooled down to the right temperature. If you let go the lever to its original position, the water flow closes and a feather applies pressure onto the grinded coffee and extracts the coffee.

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News & Events

World of Coffee @ Warsaw, Poland

Visit us from 18th to 20th June 2020 at the World of Coffee in Warsaw. We can’t wait to have you join us.

https://worldofcoffee.org/