The Real Italian Espresso

Espresso is coffee brewed by forcing a small amount of hot water at 88 degrees under pressure through a 7g of finely ground coffee beans. Espresso is generally thicker than coffee brewed by other methods, has a higher concentration of suspended and dissolved solids, and has crema on top. Any bean or roasting level can be used to produce authentic espresso, but in Italy, a darker roast is generally preferred. Even today as tradition, Italian companies are leaders in the field of espresso coffee machine with the best design.

professional espresso machine

In Italy, the rise of espresso consumption was associated with urbanization, espresso bars providing a place for socializing. Further, provided the coffee was consumed standing up, encouraging the "Stand at a Bar" culture. For the Bar, Carimali presented in 2015 top of the range "Diva". design by Happy Design.

Automatic espresso machine

Espresso is also the base for other drinks such as a caffe latte, cappuccino, caffe macchiato... In the world, espresso became popular, particularly in the form of cappuccino, due to the tradition of drinking coffee with milk. Necta's "Solista" is an automatic machine that serves many espresso based hot drinks. design by Happy Design.

House espresso machine

Lavazza, for the first time the mandate was given to a non italian designer Hiroshi Ono. The distance between these two cultures Japan and Italy were narrowed by the fact that One's native land has a culture rich in ceremonial tradition and particular sensitivity to aesthetics and flavours.