Sanremo Coffee Machine - The coffee drinking community is often fascinated by the design and reputation of F&B coffee machines like La Marzocco or Victoria Arduino.
However, there are other pretty awesome machines out there that possess the same modern technology, timeless design, and excellent build quality that we have come to expect from commercial espresso machines employed in our local speciality coffee shops.
One such name is Sanremo, an Italian manufacturer of some of the best semi automatic coffee machines in the market. The best part is, Sanremo machines aren’t just designed in Italy, they are also built in Italy.
About Sanremo Coffee Machines
The company is an interesting one that marries Italian tradition, technology excellence, and a bold and edgy modern persona that almost makes it feel like a bit of a rebel brand in the coffee community.
Up and coming, the Sanremo brand has turned some heads with their beautifully designed coffee machines, most notably, the Cafe Racer, which is already fast gaining a reputation as a worthy piece of coffee making equipment in the speciality coffee shop scene.
We’re not sure if we’d call the Cafe Racer Sanremo’s flagship piece, but it is stunning to look at and has an “unplugged”, almost hipster quality about its design. If nothing else, it definitely looks every bit the premium espresso machine you’d expect to see around the best coffee shops.
Though probably not as famous as the La Marzocco brand at this current moment, the Sanremo brand is already popping up in key speciality coffee shops around the world, and we think it is a matter of time that the brand shows up on the radar of more and more baristas.
Other Sanremo Coffee Machine Models
Although the Cafe Racer has gained the reputation of being Sanremo’s most beautiful coffee machine, the rest of the range is also stunning to look at, combining the same hipster vibes with modern technology and digital displays seamlessly.
In fact, some might even argue that the Sanremo Opera 2.0 and the Sanremo F18 are just as, if not more beautiful than the Cafe Racer, with the Sanremo F18 resembling a sort of fighter jet - albeit one that churns out espresso shots.
While there appears to be this dedication to the craft of creating excellent commercial and F&B coffee machines, Sanremo also feels like it's one of those brands that are modern enough to keep up with the times.
Take the latest Sanremo Cube single group espresso machine for example. This new range is by virtue a more entry level range of machines, but still comes packed with a lot of the modern technology found on its larger siblings. Moreover, the Sanremo cube also comes in a variety of eye-catching colours.
Aside from your usual black, silver, and red, the Sanremo Cube also comes in pastel pink, blue, green, and yellow - a move that is almost Iphone-esque in nature, and we love it.
Why Choose A Sanremo Coffee Machine
Apart from sporting perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing range of espresso machines among any brand, Sanremo coffee machines also come with many features that are pertinent to the modern user, such as an energy saving feature which can save up to 40% more energy as compared to single boiler systems, a power dry steam function that minimises liquid injection into your milk with milk steaming and frothing, as well as an anti-burning feature which prevents any scalding on the steam wand.
All these features make the Sanremo a coffee machine with a very pleasant user experience tied in. Aside from these, the higher end coffee machines also sport nerdy features like independent water temperature control for each group head, adjustable and controllable steam pressure settings, programmable cup warmer temperature, automatic milk steaming, and also an auto diagnosis feature for when things require a bit of TLC.
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