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Coffee Machines

Published on July 7th, 2017 | by The GC Team


New Gaggia coffee maker offers one-touch control

Italian coffee machine maker Gaggia has introduced a fully automatic high-end bean-to-cup model with one-button control.

The new Babila machine has “super quick” operation, advanced automatic self-cleaning features and a memory function that records exactly how users like their drinks. It will store six user profiles with up to nine personalised drinks per profile.

Personalisation extends to five settings for each drink including the desired length, temperature and grind granularity/strength.

Coffee grind remains accurate from cup to cup, and there is no risk of the taste of burnt coffee as Gaggia bean-to-cup machines incorporate high-precision 100% ceramic grinders to ensure long-lasting performance and quiet operation.

A double boiler and integrated milk carafe means hot espresso and warm milk can be made available simultaneously.

The Babila is also convenient to clean as it has an auto-clean cycle that removes milk residues from the frothing mechanism with no need to empty the carafe.

A patented AquaClean water filter automatically cleans the coffee circuit when starting up or switching off, ensuring the quality of each drink and prolonging the machine’s life.


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