Mazzer has packaged its latest developments in grinder technology in a compact size with the launch of the Kony S.
In 2017, Italian grinder manufacturer Mazzer set out to completely renovate its product range. It began with the release of its updated Robur S and Kold S conical burr grinders. Not long after, Mazzer followed with the flat-burr Major V and the completion of its S line of conical grinders, the Kony S. Read more
Italian roasting manufacturer Brambati is implementing Ecodesign into its manufacturing processes to reduce its environmental footprint from the inside out.
In the international coffee industry, sustainability has become a major focus across all levels of the supply chain. The push for a greener future has manifested in many forms, including an increase in demand for reusable or recycled cups, businesses choosing to adopt solar power, and the development of more biodegradable products. Read more
Puqpress automates the coffee tamping process using advanced technology to solve a simple problem and take pressure off the barista.
Jackup rigs are huge ships that weigh tens of thousands of tonnes. Once set up in the middle of the ocean, these behemoths raise themselves above sea level using long and sturdy stilts that shoot down to the ocean floor. Read more
Simonelli leaders talk about the Eagle One and a new era of espresso machines where less is more, and simplistic design meets big innovation.
The Apple iPhone is identified by the tech giant as “the world’s most powerful personal device”. Each day users utilise their smartphone to coordinate their day. They check the weather, emails, pay bills, and look up road directions thanks to square icons no bigger than a thumbnail. On the outside, the iPhone is simplistic, stylish, and user friendly, evident by the 46.89 million sold in the fourth quarter of 2018. On the inside, however, is a complex web of technology, just like the new Victoria Arduino Eagle One coffee machine. Read more
The Rancilio Silvia has earned a reputation for reliability in the domestic coffee market. Its successor, the Silvia Pro, offers what consumers love about the original with the technology to match.
The first Rancilio Silvia left the factory in 1997. In the two-plus decades since, little has changed about the humble domestic espresso machine, which can still be recognised for its sleek and simple silver exterior. According to Paul O’Brien, Area Manager – Australasia for Rancilio, that’s because nothing had to. Read more