The Capresso Ultima PRO programmable pump espresso machine brings espresso perfection into your home with multiple features that make it easy to brew the best.
MONTVALE, NJ (PRWEB) June 07, 2016
What makes a perfect espresso? It has to be hot, with rich, concentrated coffee flavors and a thin layer of foamy crema on top. The new Capresso Ultima PRO programmable pump espresso machine brings espresso perfection with multiple features that make it easy to brew the best at home.
The perfect espresso starts with a heated cup that prevents it from cooling too quickly once brewed. The Ultima PRO has a heated stainless steel warming platform to pre-warm cups at the right temperature.
A 15-bar pump provides optimal pressure for rich crema, the thin layer of foam that defines a perfectly brewed espresso. The self-tamping portafilter comes with two sieves, making tamping automatic and hassle-free. Programmable cup sizes allow for customizing the number of ounces, for one or two espressos. High pressure milk frothing for thick, rich cappuccinos and other favorite specialties. The Ultima PRO can also dispense hot water for Americanos or tea.
Illuminated icons add to its ease of use. The 34-oz. water tank is removable for easy filling. The easy-to-clean removable drip tray features a handy overflow indicator to prevent spills. The smart design includes integrated storage space for accessories, such as the included coffee scoop. The Ultima PRO shuts off automatically after 30 minutes for safety and energy savings.
A handsome addition to the kitchen, the Capresso Ultima PRO features heavy-duty construction with polished stainless steel accents.
The Capresso Ultima PRO comes with a one-year limited warranty. It has an actual retail price of $199.99 and is available at http://www.capresso.com/.
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