Verde Coffee has introduced the Visacrem Vetro professional espresso machine to the UK after it has reportedly been received well in international markets.
Said to combine stylish design and engineering, the Vetro features one button backflush, a quarter turn steam tap, an Easy Latte system for milk steaming, and is available in a choice of colours.
The Vetro’s control panel is made from Schott tempered glass and the machine is housed in stainless steel with painted side panels. It includes backlit buttons and touch-sensitive keypads which, together with the lit work area, should facilitate ease of use and cleaning.
The Visacrem range of machines is manufactured in Spain by Quality Espresso, manufacturers of brands such as Gaggia and Italcrem. The factory has been manufacturing espresso machines using traditional methods for over 50 years.
The Vetro is available in 2 and 3 group models and a take-away version with extra space under the group head.
The unit is designed to provide a distinctive look, with a control panel screen and operational functions that are claimed to be more visible and user-friendly. The panel’s glass is created using an process which removes the mirror coating with precision, to create a 3D effect.