Crem milks a fully automatic launch

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Crem’s Unity 1+ variant is designed to be aesthetically pleasing.

Welbilt has launched Crem’s first ever fully-automatic coffee machine range to use automatic fresh milk foaming technology, Unity 1.

Uniting filter and espresso brewing capabilities with a fresh milk foaming system, the Crem Unity 1 should allow users to create consistent barista-quality coffees, which can be tailored to the individual preferences of customers, by the touch of a high definition screen.

Anders Bäckström, field marketing manager for Crem UK and Ireland: “Crem are thrilled to announce the launch of Unity 1 – a state-of-the-art fully automatic coffee machine which has specifically been designed to ease barista duties and enhance drinks quality, in every way imaginable.

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“From ensuring optimised water temperatures for teas through to Unity’s one-touch cleaning function and thermos brewing capabilities, this pioneering unit truly ticks all the boxes.”

He continued: “Undoubtedly though, out of a long list of amazing features that the Unity 1 boasts, the single most desirable feature that truly breaks waves within the hot beverage market is Crem’s automatic fresh milk foaming system – SmartFoam. This unique system automatically delivers a variety of different milk textures including flat, wet and dry, thus allowing operators to offer an extensive variety of milk-based drinks with ease. As well as this, Unity 1’s SmartFoam technology allows operators to consistently achieve optimal milk taste, textures and temperatures.”

In addition to being able to automatically heat milk, operators can also keep their fresh milk cool thanks to Unity 1’s built-in refrigerated container which holds up to 4litres of fresh milk. To fill this container, operators need to pull the container out from the front of the unit and fill with fresh milk. Likewise, the container can be cleaned by moving the built-in hose from the milk container to the cleaning slot.

The inclusion of smart iECO technology is said to help save energy whilst Unity 1’s various design-led features are claimed to satisfy the gaze of both customers and staff. For further visual appeal, Crem has also launched the Unity 1+ which boasts a silver and black exterior, door lights and a discreet separate hot water outlet.

Welbilt will be demonstrating the Crem Unity 1 on stand G71 at lunch! on 19 – 20 September at ExCeL London.

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