Posted Sat May 1, 2004, 4:33pm Subject: Re: SCAA Photo Essay: The Show Floor, Road Reports
You might take another look at Bunn's new MyCafe. I had a good talk with the people at the booth, who were quite proud that it takes a variety of pods and is not proprietary. They also claim a temperature range of 200F +/-5.
JimmyD Senior Member Joined: 11 May 2004 Posts: 1 Location: San Diego Expertise: Professional
Posted Tue May 11, 2004, 6:09pm Subject: Re: SCAA Photo Essay: The Show Floor, Road Reports
Great photos of the show. I was there and had a fantastic time. The Elektra Blue Barlume is beautiful. You listed two of the Astoria machines as Astra. Some of the new Astoria designs remind me of something out of the Alien movie.
pouls Senior Member Joined: 19 Oct 2004 Posts: 7 Location: Denmark Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Sun Oct 24, 2004, 3:58am Subject: Re: SCAA Photo Essay: The Show Floor, Road Reports
With regards to the Mairali machine - I suppose you found it on the same stand as Futurmat as they are both brands of Quality Espresso in Barcelona. See: www.gaggia.net where you will find Gaggia, Visacrem, Futurmat, Mairali, etc.
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