LaCimbali M23UP

LaCimbali M23UP

The LaCimbali M23UP – the latest release by LaCimbali – has just hit Australian shores, and is set to be in high demand throughout 2020.
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Coffee Machine Technologies

Coffee Machine Technologies prepares for recovery

Coffee Machine Technologies (CMT) Founder John Colangeli tells BeanScene the business has no intention of slowing down due to COVID-19. “We’re here for the long haul. Over the last 16 or 17 years, we’ve developed a good reputation and want to hang around a lot longer, servicing the industry as best we can,” John says.
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Wega Nova

Coffee Works Express introduces the Wega Nova

Espresso machine manufacturer Wega is preparing to launch its newest and most exciting product into the Australian market, the Wega Nova. For most companies, the best place to showcase new products and innovations is at trade shows, as the events naturally attract industry decision-makers and generate widescale media coverage.
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Turning a coffee machine back on after COVID-19 closures

The Simonelli Group has shared recommendations for a correct maintenance procedure on how cafés, restaurants, and coffee chains should turn off and on an espresso machine. Simonelli says these procedures avoid wasting energy and correctly maintain machines to guarantee a quick and optimal restarting once businesses re-opens following coronavirus-related temporary closures.
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Rancilio Silvia Pro

The Rancilio Silvia goes Pro

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.
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Slayer Espresso Steam EP

Slayer Espresso Steam EP

Slayer Espresso started out by questioning machine extraction methods. Now, it has considered how to improve high-volume turnover with quality output. Its answer is the Steam EP, a machine with excellent build quality and design at a reduced price point.
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La Marzocco KB90

La Marzocco goes straight in with the KB90

The KB90 is La Marzocco’s latest gift to the market with its retro design and focus on creating the ultimate workflow. BeanScene discovers how baristas are adapting to the new straight-in model. Once every decade there’s a machine or device that fundamentally reinvents the way we use existing technology: IBM computers, the iPhone, Wi-Fi, GPS, and Tap-and-Go payment. In the espresso machine manufacturing world, the La Marzocco KB90 can now be added to a similar list.
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Nuova Simonelli Aurelia Wave

Ride the Aurelia Wave with Nuova Simonelli

The new Aurelia Wave from Nuova Simonelli is packed with innovative features to maximise the potential of coffee and highlight different flavours. Most surfers strive to a ride a breaking barrel, the hollow part of a wave that curves around them. Inspired by the waves of the ocean, the new Aurelia Wave espresso machine from Italian manufacturer Nuova Simonelli mirrors the same hollow look in its side and back panels. 
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Slim Jim espresso machine

Kees van der Westen launches the Slim Jim espresso machine

Three coffee equipment specialists have partnered with Kees van der Westen to give Australians greater access to their own customisable specialty machine. There are a few classic American cars that still turn heads. One that refuses to fade is the iconic two-seater Thunderbird, a time machine to the 1950s that’s synonymous with sophistication and style. Not only is this the car Kees van der Westen drives, but is one of the inspirations behind his line of self-titled espresso machines. 
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Nexus One

The Aremde Nexus One: A window to coffee making

The Nexus One espresso machine from Aremde removes the wall of steel that traditionally separates the barista from the customer, revealing the secrets of coffee making. Australian manufacturer Aremde has created an open theatre experience in which the barista can perform for the customer, and nothing separates the coffee maker from the coffee buyer. 
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