The fully automatic espresso machine offers a whole range of gourmet coffee specialities, including espresso, latte macchiato and cappuccino at the touch of a button.
1 April, 2011
The CM 250 also comes with a unique personalisation function that allows the user to programme and save up to 6 individual beverages for that perfectly customised cup of coffee. Information such as beverage type, cup size, coffee strength and brewing temperature can be adjusted, while a hot water dispenser allows for the convenient preparation of tea or other beverages.
The grinding unit features high-quality, durable ceramic discs that grind fresh coffee beans to the required degree of fineness with minimum noise. The aroma brewing technology presses the coffee powder together and whirls it during the brewing process so that all aromas can develop freely.
An integrated milk container facilitates the preparation of milk-mix drinks, while the insulated outer wall has a capacity of 0.7 litres and can keep milk fresh for hours.
Like the ovens and Combi-steam ovens in Gaggenau’s 200 series, the fully automatic espresso machine is available in a choice of stainless steel-backed, aluminium-backed or anthracite glass frontage. Taking it a step further, the large display and the control knobs of the CM 250 also match the design of the 200 series ovens.
The machine can be combined with other appliances to create a large variety of configurations, such as above a warming drawer or in a trio with an oven and a warming drawer.
Last but certainly not least, lighting forms a unique aspect in the design with the CM 250 Espresso Machine offering seven different lighting scenarios to suit your mood.
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