Coffee capsule machines in South Africa

Coffee capsule machines in South Africa

Many people prefer to invest in their own coffee capsule machines in South Africa. These machines are favoured by people who frequently find themselves in a rush and still want great tasting coffee without spending too much time grinding and brewing coffee beans.

Coffee capsule machines make use of a pre-packed coffee filter which can simply be dropped into the machine. The coffee machine will then read or interpret the barcode and follow the instructions to create a delicious and quality coffee brew. No other action is required except having to press a button and wait for your delicious coffee to be prepared. This technology gives you the exact amount of beans you need for each cup.

Benefits of coffee capsule machines

Here are some of the reasons behind the popularity of coffee capsule machines:

  • Fresher for longer: All of the coffee’s aroma and flavour is sealed and preserved in the pouch until it is opened and used in the capsule machine, unlike with coffee beans which immediately start to deteriorate after grinding. This also allows you to buy many filters without having to worry that it will go stale before you get the chance to use them.
  • Less waste and effort: All coffee is contained in the filter so there is no chance of spilling coffee grounds when inserting the filter or emptying the machine and no coffee will be spilled or wasted. There is also no mess to clean up – simply remove the filter and your machine is good to go.
  • User-friendly operation: Coffee capsule machines tend to be either fully or semi-automatic in operation and designed for people who have no barista training. You will be hard pressed to find an easier operating coffee machine.

Aquaspresso is the official South African distributor of Caffé Cagliari products. With a long and award winning history in the coffee bean and roasting industry, Caffé Cagliari remains a leader in their industry. Aquaspresso also offers a full range of coffee capsule machines in South Africa, as well as bean-to-cup and Espresso machines.