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Suppliers of traditional coffee machines in London; call us on 0203 096 7233 or visit our Clerkenwell coffee machine showroom. We offer a range of 2 group and 3 group format traditional espresso coffee machines and also compact 2 group models for sites with limited budget or space.

Our range of catering coffee machines is ideal for cafes, restaurants, bars and hotels in London and our range of espresso coffee machines that is uniquely flexible, well priced and with service back up and full on-site barista training. It is a great help to be able to visit our showroom located in Gee Street, close to Barbican and Old Street stations and right on the edge of the Square Mile, Islington and Shoreditch.

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We offer the Synchro and Esprezzi range of espresso coffee machines in a range of useful sizes and three different espresso coffee bean grinders from Macap – a professional Italian brand.

See our London coffee machine showroom on Google Maps here.

But how does a traditional espresso machine work? A traditional espresso machine works by pumping hot water through the bed of espresso (fine) ground coffee in a ‘group handle’ at a very high pressure of around 9 bar or 150 pounds per square inch in order to extract a very intense and aromatic cup of espresso – this is the basis of the modern speciality coffee drinks line-up.

Making a flat white, cappuccino or caffe latte involves heating and/or foaming the milk (we generally recommend semi-skimmed) with a cappuccino having more tiny air bubbles as foam on the top – this is generally done with one of the machine steam arms and via careful control of the steam valve.

We offer rental of espresso traditional coffee machines in London via a lease-rental finance deal with respected finance brokers.

Why not come and see our showroom?

Caffia Coffee Group | Design Hub Clerkenwell | 47 Gee Street | London | EC1V 3RS
Tel: 0203 096 7233 | Email: sales@caffia.com

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We supply commercial coffee machines Oxfordshire; call us on 0118 359 3005 to discuss office coffee machines in Oxford, Didcot, Henley-On-Thames, Burford, Wantage, Wallingford, Benson, Carterton, Bicester, Witney, Banbury, Woodstock and across Oxfordshire. Our espresso and office coffee machines Oxfordshire, filter coffee brewers, Macap coffee beans grinders and table top coffee vending machines are ideal for both catering and offices in Milton Park.

The Jura Giga X3 and X8 range of bean to cup coffee machines with fresh milk are some of the most popular catering coffee machines in the Caffia range. The Jura Giga X3 coffee machine has an excellent range of speciality coffee drinks made from beans and fresh milk like flat white and caffe latte and comes with an industry-leading 3 year parts and labour warranty from the manufacturer. You can see the Jura Giga X8 here or in our London showroom:

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We also offer other automatic bean to cup coffee machines including the La Cimbali S39TE Bean To Cup machine, the A600FM FoamMaster from Franke Coffee Systems (and now the mighty A800), the Bravilor Esprecious bean to cup coffee machine for offices and caterers and the new Necta Koro Max Prime coffee machines.

Caffia Coffee Group has installed several Franke A600FM FoamMaster bean to cup coffee machines with an excellent fresh milk system for heating and texturing the milk. This is a very impressive self serve bean to cup coffee machine serving flat white, cappuccino, caffe latte, espresso macchiato and indeed even cold and foamed milk drinks with syrups at the touch of a button – for up to 300 cups per day.

We’re so impressed that we now have a demonstrator unit so do let us know if you want to see the mighty A600 in action or watch our smart YouTube video at the bottom of the page.

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We also supply a wide range of traditional commercial espresso coffee machines like the orange Synchro compact 2 group machine that is shown above – we offer both 2 group and 3 group models from the Esprezzi and Synchro range and also Macap premium espresso grinders. It doesn’t stop there though! We always supply both full barista training and also water filters for your coffee machines.

We must not forget good old filter coffee machines; Caffia have a range of catering filter coffee machines which spans the simple 2 jug filter brewers, flask type brewers plus bulk brewers like the Marco Jet and marine spec filter coffee brewers for ships.

Why not have a look at Caffia’s coffee range on our corporate website here? You’ve probably heard of Fairtrade certified coffee? This is a scheme whereby the small holders and farmers on coffee growing co-operatives are guaranteed a certain minimum price for their crop so that they are not at the mercy of market forces – we offer a range of Fairtrade, Organic and Rainforest Alliance coffees.

Did you know that 20 million people make a living in the coffee trade world-wide? From the thousands upon thousands of coffee smallholders and huge plantations in upland Brazil to brokers, shippers, traders, roasters, packers and dealers.

Contact us to discuss your needs.

Caffia Coffee Group, 105 London Street, Reading, RG1 4QD
Tel: 0118 359 3005 – Corporate Website: www.caffia.com
Caffia Coffee Group, JSM House, St Albans Road, Gloucester, GL2 5FW
Tel: 01452 203147 – Email: sales@caffia.com

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Suppliers of bean to cup coffee machines in London; call 0203 096 7233 or visit our Clerkenwell coffee machine showroom to view coffee machines for offices, coffee shops, pubs, golf clubs, restaurants and hotels. Caffia also offers a range of 2 group and 3 group traditional espresso coffee machines and also compact 2 group models for sites with limited budget or space; its all part of our coffee machine service  London.

The Bean To Cup Machine Brands That We Offer.

Our bean to cup coffee machine range is drawn from leading brands like Franke, Jura, WMF, La Cimbali, Bravilor, Rex Royale and Necta – machines like the Franke A600FM FoamMaster uses coffee beans and fresh milk while machines like the Bravilor Esprecious use fresh coffee beans and powdered milk and powdered hot chocolate.

Why Would You Use Bean To Cup Coffee Machines In London?

Simple! They offer consistency and automation with the use of coffee beans and milk to produce a perfect flat white, espresso, caffe latte and cappuccino at the touch of a button – no need for a barista any more! The impressive Franke A1000 FoamMaster below is a great example of a top rank coffee machine:

Bean To Cup Coffee Machines In London

Our range of catering coffee machines is ideal for cafes, restaurants, bars and hotels in London and our range of espresso coffee machines that is uniquely flexible, well priced and with service back up and full on-site barista training. It is a great help to be able to visit our showroom located in Gee Street, close to Barbican and Old Street stations and right on the edge of the Square Mile and Shoreditch.

Bean To Cup Coffee Machines Demonstration Videos

Please see the Jura Giga X8 Generation 2 coffee machine in our demo video here:

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We also offer the Synchro, Cimbali, Fracino and Esprezzi range of espresso coffee machines in a range of useful sizes and three different espresso coffee bean grinders from Macap – a professional Italian brand which are perfect for London cafes, sandwich bars and restaurants who are welcome to call in to our showroom near Old Street as well.

Bean To Cup Coffee Machines In London

But how does a traditional espresso machine work? A traditional espresso machine works by pumping hot water through the bed of espresso (fine) ground coffee in a ‘group handle’ at a very high pressure of around 9 bar or 150 pounds per square inch in order to extract a very intense and aromatic cup of espresso – this is the basis of the modern speciality coffee drinks line-up. Making a flat white, cappuccino or caffe latte involves heating and/or foaming the milk (we generally recommend semi-skimmed) with a cappuccino having more tiny air bubbles as foam on the top – this is generally done with one of the machine steam arms and via careful control of the steam valve.

We offer rental of espresso coffee machines via a lease-rental finance deal over 3 years with respected finance brokers; this allows you to spread out the cost. Please see our corporate website equipment section at: https://www.caffia.com/commercial-coffee-machines/

Why not come and see our London coffee machine showroom? You can see a quick video of it at the bottom of the page.

Caffia Coffee Group, 47 Gee Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3RS

Tel: 0203 096 7233 | Email: sales@caffia.com

See our London coffee machine showroom on Google Maps here.

Specialist suppliers of bean to cup coffee machines in London, Essex and Kent.

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We install barista coffee machine models in 2 group and 3 group format; please call us on 01324 617618 to discuss our range which extends to more than 12 different models for commercial and catering use. We also offer 2 different compact 2 group models for sites with limited budget or space. Caffia Coffee Group offer a full range of catering barista coffee machine models for restaurants, cafe bars, hotels and sandwich shops. We offer a range of machines and grinders that is uniquely flexible, well priced and with UK-wide service back up, pressure testing, water filter changes and barista training, brands that we specialise in include Synchro, La Cimbali, Wega, Macap and Expobar.

But how does a barista coffee machine work? A traditional barista coffee machine works by pumping hot water through the bed of espresso (fine) ground coffee in a ‘group handle’ at a very high pressure of around 9 bar or 150 pounds per square inch in order to extract a very intense and aromatic cup of espresso – this is the basis of the modern speciality coffee drinks line-up.

Barista Coffee Machine

Making a flat white, cappuccino or caffe latte involves heating, texturing and foaming the milk (we generally recommend using semi-skimmed milk) with a cappuccino having more tiny air bubbles as foam on the top – this is generally done with one of the machine steam arms and via careful control of the steam valve. Have a look at our barista skills coffee video here:

We offer rental of barista coffee machines via a 3 year lease-rental finance deal with respected finance brokers. The concept of an espresso machine originated in Italy and the key point is high-pressure extraction of intensely flavoured and concentrated coffee in short measure. This strong brew has spread from Italy to the whole world as a favourite coffee fix. With the Caffia range of coffee beans you have a variety of taste styles but there should always have a good ‘crema’ – the emulsion of coffee oils that floats on top of the drink (it’s a good idea to stir your espresso with a spoon to blend this in).

As you probably already know, the coffee beans are ground to a fine consistency and ‘tamped’ (pressed firmly) into a strong handle which is known as a group handle or portafilter, this is not unlike a very small and rugged saucepan. Once secured in the group head on the espresso machine by means of a quarter of a turn the machine’s pump is triggered to force water through the ground coffee at around 140 psi (although at a low flow rate) and the result is this intense extraction.

Milk heating, foaming and texturing are undertaken by the barista with the machine’s steam arms – this is a skill that takes practice but don’t worry – we train you on all of this. Strong points of espresso machines are smart looks that shouts ‘we sell good coffee’, good cup warming storage, good ‘theatre’ as customers can see the drink being crafted for them, good prices and robust performance.

Why not come and see our showrooms or phone us to discuss your needs?

47 Gee Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3RS – Tel: 0203 096 7233

Lomond House, Russel Street, Falkirk, FK2 7HS – Tel: 01324 617618

Suppliers of barista coffee machine and espresso coffee grinders in London, Scotland and UK-wide. Sales offices in Aberdeen, Stafford, Peterborough, Gloucester, Barnard Castle and Bodmin. 


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The experienced staff in our family business can help with deciding on a restaurant coffee machine, visit our London showroom or call us on 0203 096 7233. If you are thinking about a new coffee machine for your restaurant the choice is by no means easy. There is a bewildering variety of coffee machines and grinders and it’s very important to have an understanding of the types, performance and workings of restaurant coffee machines and – how will your staff and customers react? Will it increase sales and the ambiance of your venue? Can the coffee machine be leased or rented?

Traditional Espresso Machines

These are smart and rugged coffee machines which are ideal for making caffe latte, flat white and cappuccino in restaurants. The concept of an espresso machine originated in Italy and the key point is the high-pressure extraction of intensely flavoured and concentrated coffee in short measure known as ‘espresso’.

This strong brew has spread from Italy to conquer more or less the entire world as a favourite coffee fix – with the Caffia range of beans it comes in a variety of taste styles but should always have a good ‘crema’ – the emulsion of coffee oils that floats on top of the drink (it’s a good idea to stir your espresso to blend this in). You can see the our range of espresso coffee beans here.

A popular 2 group espresso coffee machine for restaurants in the Esprezzi Ultra as seen on this video with a Macap MXA grinder:

Coffee beans in an espresso grinder like the Macap MXA are ground to a very fine consistency and ‘tamped’ (pressed firmly) into a strong handle which is known variously as a portafilter or group handle, this is not unlike a very small saucepan. Once secured in the group head on the espresso coffee machine by means of a quarter of a turn the pump is triggered to force water through the ground coffee at around 140psi (but low flow rate) and the result is intense and short extraction of around 2 or 3oz.

Milk heating, foaming and texturing are undertaken with the machine’s steam arms – this is a skill that takes practice but don’t worry – we train you on all of this. You can watch a simple video here demonstrating barista skills and how latte art can be achieved in your restaurant with some training and practice:

The strong points of espresso machines for restaurants are smart looks, good cup warming storage, good ‘theatre’ as customers can see the drink being crafted for them, good prices and robust performance. Caffia Coffee Group offers a range of both ‘workhorse’ low price and luxury top end espresso machines, grinders and barista training from Cimbali and Royal Synchro which you can see by clicking to our corporate website here.

Filter Coffee Machines For Restaurants

Filter coffee machines work by percolating hot water over ground coffee of the correct mixture of grinds (finer than cafetiere, coarser than espresso grind) which normally passes through a filter paper into either a glass jug or a thermos flask.

Commercial filter coffee machines or ‘brewers’ or ‘pour-overs’ start at the rugged Caffia CX-2 machine with 2 glass jugs and go up to the monster Bravilor B40 with twin 40 litre urns; these latter are known as bulk-brewers – for obvious reasons – and the sheer speed of brew means achieving a delicate  brew is quite challenging with these machines.

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The brew from a filter coffee machine is pleasant and thin on body due to the filter paper; aromatic and very drinkable, filter coffee is very useful for office meetings, hotel breakfast and conferencing. Filter coffee, prepared in batches, is the quickest form of coffee to serve – simply pour it and enjoy.. I am delighted to see filter coffee’s popularity make a well-deserved comeback in recent years.

Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machines

This type of restaurant coffee machine is essentially an automatic robot using coffee beans and milk in either fresh or powdered form – you can see a video of the popular Jura Giga X8c bean to cup coffee machine here:

From this combination, these machines produce a full range of drinks at the touch of a button like espresso, americano (a diluted espresso), caffe latte, cappuccino, flat white, mocha (includes chocolate as well as coffee and milk) and espresso macchiato. The automation that you get in bean-to-cup machines is useful in offering a consistent drink with zero skill on behalf of your staff; in many cases they are ideal for self-service coffee as well.

A bean-to-cup using fresh milk does produce a better quality drink than one using powdered milk and the latest generation like the Jura Giga series and Franke A600 are also easier to clean than previously. There are situations where a bean to cup with powder milk and often with hot chocolate powder as well offers a neat ‘vending’ type option that is ideal for offices or showrooms – like the Necta Koro Max Prime or Bravilor Esprecious coffee machines for example.

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The purchase prices on our range of bean-to-cup machines goes from £1250.00 to £15,000+ – there is a wide range and something for every site situation, volume and quality requirement. Have a look on our website or call us to discuss on 01324 617618 or 0203 096 7233

Instant Coffee Machines

One of these machines – often called ‘dispensers’ – offers a compact and low-cost machine which is generally plumbed to the mains water supply – the principle benefit is very high speed dispense or a very hot beverage (all powder, no fresh milk to cool the drink, or to go off either), low cost machines and low cost drinks in high volumes. They use soluble (instant) ingredients like freeze-dried instant coffee, cappuccino topping powder (around 70% milk) and powder hot chocolate.

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In quick service or staff restaurants these machines can be a real queue buster without breaking the bank but the fact is that generally people are more and more seeking better quality coffee such as a bean-to-cup machine would give. With instant coffee machines, the machine cost is generally lower than espresso machines or bean to cup in some ways with less to go wrong as well. See here for more information.

Caffia Coffee Group is a friendly family run company and would be glad to discuss your needs further; our principle sales contacts are Ben Hardwick and Russell Hardwick and we hope this Help With Deciding On A Restaurant Coffee Machine article has been of use to you.

We have showrooms at our Falkirk head office in central Scotland and one in Clerkenwell, central London; these are very useful for viewing equipment and trying coffees.

Caffia Coffee Group
Lomond House
Russel Street
Falkirk
FK2 7HS

Tel: 01324 617618 | Email: sales@caffia.com

Caffia Coffee Group
Design Hub Clerkenwell
47 Gee Street
London
EC1V 3RS

Tel: 0203 096 7233 | Email: sales@caffia.com

Offices at: Aberdeen, Barnard Castle, Stafford, Peterborough, Manchester and Bodmin, Cornwall


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We stock the Edenware range of biodegradable paper cups in single wall and double wall format. They are both practical, eco-friendly and well-priced. Having 2 layers of material with the double wall cups means that your hands are protected and the drink is kept hotter for longer.

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It is associated with environmentally-friendly take away packaging products like these cups that are capable of decomposing back into natural elements when they have composting conditions.

The secret is the liner of the cup, with many main stream double wall paper cups this is a plastic substance whereas with these cups the lining is actually corn starch; thus they are safe to use and eco-friendly to the environment as well.

The single wall version is suitable for use in offices and business for staff refreshments. These cups simply decompose in land-fill; you can see more details on our corporate website and place orders on-line.

We also offer sipper lids that are compostable for use with these cups.

Call us today on 01324 617 618 to discuss your needs or request samples.

Caffia Coffee Group
Lomond House
Russel Street
Falkirk
FK2 7HS

Tel: 01324 617618 | Email: sales@caffia.com

Caffia Coffee Group
Design Hub Clerkenwell
47 Gee Street
London
EC1V 3RS

Tel: 0203 096 7233 | Email: sales@caffia.com

Website: www.caffia.com


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We offer a range of coffee machines in Devon; call us on 01392 908168 to discuss filter coffee, bean-to-cup and traditional barista espresso machines in Ilfracombe, Exeter, Tiverton, Totnes, Paignton, Bideford, Exmouth, Barnstaple, Newton Abbot, Brixham and across the whole of Devon.

Our range of commercial coffee machines are available with full staff training and free coffee stock for cafes, restaurants, car showrooms and offices. Chose from Jura, Franke, Bravilor or Cimbali bean to cup machines Crediton, 2 group espresso coffee machines and grinders, filter coffee machines or instant coffee machines. Our long experience and expert barista training means you are supported by reliable service.

Coffee Machines In Devon

Each commercial coffee machine from Caffia Coffee Group comes with a quality water filter as standard; we advise you carefully so as to ensure the correct professional coffee machine and conserve your precious cash. Caffia Coffee Group is also one-stop shop for all your consumable needs like coffee beans, filter coffee, tea, hot chocolate, paper cups and stirrers along with coffee machines in Devon. Contact us today for a  demonstration and see how an industrial coffee machine can help your outlet or view our coffees and consumables at: https://www.caffia.com/products/fresh-coffee/espresso-coffee-beans/

We are a family-run coffee business offering a range of prime coffees and commercial coffee machines throughout the UK. Founded in 1985, we have grown as a result of excellent service and detailed product knowledge into a supplier to both offices and workplaces and restaurants, cafes and farm shops – please see our video below or our full range on the corporate website.

Coffee Machines In Devon

Popular coffee machines that we offer include the Jura Giga X3 and Giga X8, the Franke A600 and A800 FoamMaster, Bravilor Esprecious beans to cup machine, Esprezzi Ultra 2 group espresso coffee machines, La Cimbali and Synchro espresso coffee machines with Macap and Mazzer coffee grinders.

Caffia Coffee Group, Saunders Way, Kingsmill Industrial Estate, Cullompton, Devon, EX15 1BS
Tel: 01392 908168 | Email: sales@caffia.com | Web: www.caffia.com
Caffia Coffee Group, Unit 3, Cooksland Industrial Estate, Bodmin, PL31 2BQ
Tel: 01726 982104 | Email us: sales@caffia.com | Website: www.caffia.com

You can see a video of the popular Jura Giga X8 bean to cup machine here:


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Caffia Coffee Group offers a wide range of barista style coffee machines for coffee shops, hotels and restaurants call us on 01324 617618 for a price. We also stock automatic bean-to-cup coffee machines and filter coffee machines from brands like La Cimbali, Bravilor, Jura and Franke; please browse our other website at www.caffia.com or visit our coffee machine showrooms.

We’re a dynamic family-run coffee business with quick dispatch and service back up UK -wide; come along to our Falkirk or Clerkenwell barista style coffee machines showrooms!

There’s one key element across over 150 manufacturers of barista style commercial espresso coffee machines across the globe… and that is pressure. The concept of an espresso machine originated in Italy and the key point is high-pressure extraction of intensely flavoured and concentrated coffee in short measure. This strong brew has spread from Italy to the whole world as a favourite coffee fix. With the Caffia Coffee Group range of beans it comes in a variety of taste styles but should always have a good ‘crema’ – the emulsion of coffee oils that floats on top of the drink (it’s a good idea to stir your espresso with a spoon to blend this in).

Barista Style Coffee Machines

With an espresso coffee machine like the impressive Royal Synchro T2 2 Group Coffee Machine shown above, the coffee beans are ground to a fine consistency and ‘tamped’ (pressed firmly) into a strong handle which is known as a group handle, this is not unlike a very small and rugged saucepan. Once secured in the group head on the espresso machine by means of a quarter of a turn the machine’s pump is triggered to force water through the ground coffee at around 140psi (although at a low flow rate) and the result is this intense and aromatic extraction.

Milk heating, foaming and texturing are undertaken by the barista with the machine’s steam arms – this is a skill that takes practice but don’t worry – we train you on all of this. Strong points of espresso machines are smart looks that shouts ‘we sell good coffee’, good cup warming storage, good ‘theatre’ as customers can see the drink being crafted for them, good prices and robust performance.

Also consider that these machines do take time to make a drink as well as quite a bit of skill acquired by practice – also with a human operator (s) there can be a degree of inconsistency in the end product. It’s fair to say that traditional espresso machines are rare in the office setting as they are not really automated enough to be convenient for staff drinks.

Caffia Coffee Group offers a range of both ‘workhorse’ and luxury espresso machines, grinders and barista training which you can see by clicking to our website at: https://www.caffia.com/commercial-coffee-machines/commercial-espresso-coffee-machines/

Caffia Coffee Group, 47 Gee Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3RS – 0203 096 7233

Caffia Coffee Group, Lomond House, Russel Street, Falkirk, FK2 7HS – 01324 617618

Barista Style Coffee Machines across the UK with sales offices in Bodmin, Gloucester, Stafford, Hatfield, Barnard Castle, Aberdeen and Manchester.


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Caffia Coffee Group offers a wide range of professional barista coffee machines for restaurants, offices cafes and hotels, ask us for a price today. We also offer espresso coffee grinders from Macap, bean-to-cup coffee machines from Jura, Franke, Bravilor, Rex-Royale and Necta and commercial filter coffee machines. Please browse our site at www.caffia.com or visit our Falkirk or central London showrooms or request a site visit.

We also offer a wide range of premium espresso coffee beans and barista training to make you feel at home with your coffee equipment, we train you in coffee preparation and presentation.

The concept of an espresso machine originated in Italy and the key point is high-pressure extraction of intensely flavoured and concentrated coffee in short measure. This strong brew has spread from Italy to the whole world as a favourite coffee fix. With the Caffia range of beans it comes in a variety of taste styles but should always have a good ‘crema’ – the emulsion of coffee oils that floats on top of the drink (it’s a good idea to stir your espresso with a spoon to blend this in).

As you probably already know, the coffee beans are ground to a fine consistency and ‘tamped’ (pressed firmly) into a strong handle which is known as a group handle or portafilter, this is not unlike a very small and rugged saucepan. Once secured in the group head on the espresso machine by means of a quarter of a turn the machine’s pump is triggered to force water through the ground coffee at around 140psi (although at a low flow rate) and the result is this intense extraction. Milk heating, foaming and texturing are undertaken by the barista with the machine’s steam arms – this is a skill that takes practice but don’t worry – we train you on all of this.

Barista Coffee Machines

Strong points of barista coffee machines are smart looks that shouts ‘we sell good coffee’, good cup warming storage, good ‘theatre’ as customers can see the drink being crafted for them, good prices and robust performance.

We’re a dynamic family-run coffee business with dispatch and service back up UK -wide; come along to our Falkirk or Clerkenwell coffee machine showrooms!

Caffia Coffee Group, 47 Gee Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3RS – 0203 096 7233

Caffia Coffee Group, Lomond House, Russel Street, Falkirk, FK2 7HS – 01324 617618

Email: sales@caffia.com

Sales offices at Hatfield, Stafford, Manchester, Aberdeen, Peterborough and Bodmin


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We are a family business offering a wide range of commercial bean to cup coffee machine models from Jura, Franke, Cimbali, Necta and Bravilor for offices, restaurant and workplaces in London, Scotland and throughout the UK. Why not ask us for a price today? We offer both outright purchase and 3 year lease rental deals.

A professional automatic bean to cup coffee machine from the leading Swiss coffee machine manufacturer called Jura Elektroapparate AG, the Jura Giga X8 Speed offers a great coffee machine for restaurants and office sites serving up to 200 cups of speciality coffee per day.

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The automatic nature of this bean to cup coffee machine is remarkable with consistently high quality drinks that are very hot being dispensed. The Jura Giga bean to cup coffee machine is also remarkably easy to clean with the milk system and coffee pressure brewer – you can see a handy YouTube cleaning video for the Giga here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usKHSYWpMBs

The Caffia Coffee Group London coffee machine showroom at The Design Hub Clerkenwell is an exciting development. Come along to 47 Gee Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3RS to see our range of professional bean-to-cup machines and espresso machines. See the showroom position on Google Maps or call us on 0203 096 7233.

Gee Street is near Barbican, Old Street and Farringdon stations.

Our bean to cup coffee machines include models from Jura in the form of the Giga X3 and Giga X8 and the Franke A600, A200 and A800 plus the Bravilor Esprecious 12 and 11 bean to cup coffee machines with fresh milk. We also offer some coffee machines with contactless cashless payment system and a full range of 8 different outstanding coffee beans – see them all here.

See our main corporate website: www.caffia.com

We also have a showroom at our head office in Falkirk in Scotland and sales offices across the UK.

Caffia Coffee Group, 47 Gee Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3RS – Tel: 0203 096 7233 

Caffia Coffee Group, Lomond House, Russel Street, Falkirk, FK2 7HS – Tel: 01324 617618

Sales offices also located at Barnard Castle, Bodmin, Stafford, Gloucester, Peterborough and Aberdeen.