Barista Attitude is presenting its new Tempesta espresso machine at World of Coffee (WoC) in Milan from 23 to 25 June.
Attendees to WoC will get to view the Tempesta, which will be on stage for the first time at the World Barista Championships in Melbourne at the Melbourne International Coffee Expo from 27 to 30 September. Tempesta is the official World Barista Championship machine until 2025.
Designed and built for competing artists, the Tempesta features an elegant and futuristic design, with steel legs and an intuitive and versatile touchscreen that allows the barista to focus on the action.
The version visitors will see at the stand features a special back panel on which the word ‘gara’ is engraved in glossy black, WST competition filters, double and bottomless filter holders, and a competition display as a software option.
Throughout the event, Andrea Allen, Emi Fukahori, Diego Campus and Michalis Dimitrakopoulos will be present as official ambassadors of Barista Attitude. According to the company, they “perfectly embody” the authentic philosophy of the brand and the true vocation for the art of extraction.
To support coffee farmers, Barista Attitude also sponsors the Specialty Coffee Association’s Buyers and Sellers of Coffee program to connect with producers, buyers, and roasters of green coffee.
Internally, Barista Attitude is also conducting its own diversity and inclusion program to culturally map areas for improvement as a company and as a group of people. A future-forward journey that focuses on espresso as a social aggregator.
For more information, visit the Barista Attitude website.