Nespresso has introduced the Aguila 220 coffee machine, which is designed to meet the needs of large horeca operations.
With a smaller footprint and the same technology as the Nespresso Aguila 420, first launched in 2011, the Aguila 220 features a range of one-touch gourmet recipes, and is convenient to operate and maintain.
Oliver Perquy, head of out of home channel, Nestlé Nespresso SA commented: “Our professional customers are very important to us and we are thrilled to extend the Aguila range to include the innovative and compact Barista machine, Aguila 220.
“The Aguila range reflects Nespresso’s desire to provide our professional partners with the highest quality coffee, choice, convenience and service that consumers have come to expect of their coffee experiences.”
The machine can make up to 4,000 coffees per month and has two extraction heads allowing for simultaneous preparation of beverages.
It creates temperature-regulated milk foam, four one-touch recipes, 12 pre-programmed hot milk-based coffee recipes and three programmable cup sizes for ristretto, espresso and lungo.
The launch of the Aguila 220 further strengthens Nespresso’s professional offering which includes a complete machine portfolio and 11 Grand Cru coffees.