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I have often wondered why one nation can develop a reputation for making items that are reliable and of good quality and other nation do not?
The Swiss is a case in point. Just because it is Swiss-made it is assumed that it will last and is of good quality. More often than not it is true, of course.
An example would be the Jura coffee machines. Jura offer a range of coffee machines and espresso machines that will offer an exceptional bean to cup coffee experience.
The Jura Impressa Z5 would be a good example. This bean to cup coffee machine has all the characteristics of an excellent coffee maker.
It will produce not one cup of coffee but two cups of coffee at the same time. Although it resembles the professional machines in appearance, this coffee maker is for use in the home.
Through simple touch button operation you can select between cappuccinos, lattes, espressos and coffees through a simple touch button interface that is simple to operate.
One is able to select the strength of the coffee to be brewed as well the temperature of the water as well as the volume of the water for the brewing process.
This high degree of control and selection means that the coffee lover is able to personalize his or her coffee experience to a high degree.
In an age where environmental concerns are topping the agendas of so many discussions it is good to know that this Swiss made bean to cup coffee maker also has an energy saving mode.
This means that the brewer is able to power down to a minimal power using mode whilst still being on stand by, able to switch back to full operation at the touch of a button.
Not only does this save money, which is always a good thing, but it also saves power which in turn reduces your individual carbon footprint. That is good news.
The Jura Impressa Z5 has been designed for easy operation and maintenance. The thing is it looks like one of those professional machines you see sitting in a coffee shop.
It looks like it means business and is able to deliver every time. It has been updated in design and is now available in a “Generation 2” range of Impressa coffee makers.