Capresso CAFE PRO Coffee Machine
The Capresso Cafe pro is the new top of the line addition to the Capresso family. The Cafe pro is meant for semi-experienced baristas looking for control and a good cup of coffee. The cool blue illumination and sleek stainless steel casing make it the perfect centre piece for any kitchen.
- Stainless steel casing
- Cool blue illuminated buttons
- 15 Bar heavy duty pump
- 2 portafilters: standard and bottomless
- State-of-the-art boiler increases brewing pressure and temperature stability
- 42 oz removable water tank
- Large integrated cup warmer
- Easy to clean and removable stainless steel drip tray
- Commercial style frother for thick and creamy milk foam
|Model||Cafe Pro 125.05|
|Power||1050W / 120V|
|Size||H: 11 1/2" W: 8" L: 10 1/2"|
Featuring an advanced pump boiler system and two filter choices, the commercial-grade Capresso Café PRO Professional Espresso and Cappuccino Machine is the ideal choice for brewing café quality espresso and cappuccino at home. The Café PRO is equipped with two filter options that allow coffee lovers at any skill level to prepare barista-quality espresso. The heavy-duty double spout espresso filter, designed for beginners, is convenient and easy to use, brewing one or two espressos at a time. The filter's sieve helps produce an ideal brew quickly and easily, by creating optimal pressure without having to perfect tamp or grind size. Ideal for expert home brewers and those looking to improve their barista skills, the Café PRO's bottomless espresso filter lets users brew barista style. Unlike the double spout filter sieve, the pressure in this sieve is built up based on grind size and tamp. The bottomless sieve produces a richer, thicker crema and a hotter brew because the espresso has less contact with the surfaces of the portafilter.
We recommend espresso beginners use the double spout filter and 2-cup sieve to create the optimal brew quickly and easily. For more advanced users, we suggest experimenting with the bottomless filter and sieve. By adjusting the grind size, tamp pressure or quality/age of the coffee, your espresso brewing technique will drastically improve the coffee’s taste. When used correctly, the bottomless filter will produce a richer crema and a hotter brew.
- Blonding: A very light colored shot may be an indication that more coffee grounds need to be added to the sieve or the grind is too coarse. Alternatively, a shot that is too dark can mean there is too much coffee grounds in the sieve or the grind is too fine. Use a conical burr grinder and experiment to find the perfect grind.
- Under-extraction: Occurs when coffee is weak in taste. It can be too coarsely ground or not enough coffee is packed inside the sieve.
- Over-extraction: Occurs when boiler water is too hot. There will be a thin, dark crema and the flavor will be harsh and very strong. Ensure Coffee/Steam switch is in the coffee position and always allow the boiler to cool down after steaming.
- Channeling: The shot is not flowing evenly in one central stream and is spurting off to the sides. This is caused by uneven tamping. Be sure to place even pressure on the ground coffee when tamping.
- Tiger striping: Are the visual effects of a good extraction. The tiger stripes are formed by the contrasting light and dark colors of the crema flowing down the steam of espresso into the cup.