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New entry level espresso machine introduced

Coffee roaster and tea blender The Drury Tea & Coffee Company has announced the launch of a new entry level espresso machine from Rancilio, the Classe 5.

The new entry level Classe 5 is a replacement for the Epoca machines that Rancilio has been manufacturing for many years.

It is available in 1, 2 and 3-group models with, for the first time, the option of a 2-group compact, and Tall models across the range. The 1-group machine can be specified with an optional water tank for installations where plumbing is not readily available.

Unlike its predecessor, the new Classe 5 has an all-metal chassis with a stainless steel finish and a choice of black or white side panels. Also new is a fully auto-matic self-cleaning function, Rancilios Easy Clean. This takes the backache out of end-of-service cleaning by automatically back flushing the group heads.

The UK specification on the Classe 5 includes as standard Rancilios patented ergonomic quarter turn C levers, which operate the steam wands. This feature takes the effort out of steaming milk and avoids the risk of repetitive strain injury.

The Classe 5 features all new electronics and it has a USB interface for pro-gramming and easy updates.

020 7740 1100

www.drurycoffee.com

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