GALLERY: Six of the best commercial coffee machinesBeverageGallery by Andrew Seymour on 28th May 2015 facebookTwitterLinkedIn The WMF Espresso is a hybrid designed to offer operators the theatre of a traditional machine, handmade by a trained barista, to be produced with the efficiency, consistency and pace of an automatic bean to cup machine. The Cimbali S39 TE is a super automatic bean to cup machine that uses fresh milk and beans to deliver delicious, freshly brewed coffee to a consistent quality all at the push of a button. The Maidaid Barista MBC2D is a fully automatic machine that is one of two systems in the Barista range of espresso coffee machines, the other being a semi-automatic version. Each of the groups is kept at perfect temperature for coffee by the use of thermosyphonic circulation. With a touchscreen user panel that comes in two versions for self-service and staff operation, the Shaerer Coffee Prime model is an easy-to-operate machine that stores up to 40 drinks. Created by Magister in Italy, this two group traditional machine comes in a tall model to easily fit takeaway cups and latte glasses under the groups. The TopBrewer by Scanomat purports to be the industry’s first smartphone- or tablet-controlled professional and premium bean-to-cup coffee machine. Advertisement previous article Lockhart and suppliers bring buyers back to Manchester next article Visitor attractions regain catering equipment appetite The author Andrew Seymour you might also like Former Lincat salesman brokers distribution partnership for Zerica Electrolux pours itself a new beverage equipment business with French acquisition UCC Coffee drives European growth as UK MD moves to regional position Super automatic coffee machines promises to transform profits for high volume operators Welbilt UK targets coffee growth as Crem is fully integrated into UK business Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Save my name, e-mail, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.