Brew-tiful Profits – despite the economic challenges and rising costs, coffee consumption in the hospitality sector shows no signs of slowing. Consumers may treat themselves to small luxuries, such as takeaway coffee, as they cut back on other, more expensive purchases. Thus, the ability to serve high-quality espresso-based drinks is essential for any business looking to stay ahead of the competition.

By investing in the right tools and equipment, you can ensure that you are consistently delivering the exceptional coffee experiences that customers demand. This, in turn, can lead to increased customer satisfaction, higher sales, and a more profitable business. To create the best specialty coffee drinks, you need to select the finest espresso maker and equip yourself with all the necessary tools and accessories.

Espresso Making Accessories:

Bean Grinder: If your unit does not come with a grinder, investing in a coffee bean grinder to grind beans to your desired grind size just before brewing ensures your prepared drinks will taste as fresh as possible.

Milk Frothers and Steamers: If your machine does not come with a frothing wand, investing in a milk steamer to make foamed milk for latte art can help enhance the perceived value of your coffee drinks.

Frothing Jugs or pitchers are ideal vessels for steaming and frothing milk or cream. They feature an angled handle and smooth-rimmed spout for precise pouring when creating latte art.

Espresso Knock Box: Use a knock box to collect used espresso grounds from the portafilter. They feature a knock bar that provides the perfect surface for “knocking out” spent coffee.

Espresso Tampers are a handy tool for flattening and levelling the espresso grounds in your portafilter.

A Frothing Thermometer will help you monitor the temperature of the milk to prevent you from over-steaming and curdling it.

Water Filtration Systems block contaminants to help keep your beverages tasting great. They help prevent scale, sediment, cysts, and other contaminants from clogging the internal components of your direct connect espresso machine to extend the life of your unit.

Espresso Machine Cleaners are important to use to eliminate buildup in your unit. Daily and weekly cleaning of the parts are essential for performance, and your unit should be descaled every 3 to 6 months, depending on the quality of your water (in accordance with manufacturer recommendation).

Espresso Cleaning Brushes feature tightly wound yet gentle bristles remove residue sitting in hard-to-reach places on the group head that would otherwise affect the taste of your espresso.

Our recommendation:

Enhance your espresso machine experience with our professional-grade barista kit from Expobar, featuring two milk pitchers, a digital shot timer, a tamper with a stand, a milk frothing thermometer, a group cleaning brush, and a set of templates.

In addition, we stock a wide selection of commercial espresso machines from different brands to ensure you can find the best unit for your menu and price point.

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