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BEZZERA: CONSTRUCTION OF THE FIRST ESPRESSO MACHINE

The Bezzera success story began in 1901 when Luigi Bezzera patented an innovative process for making coffee. Five years later, he exhibited the espresso machine at the Milan International Fair. Thus, Bezzera is considered the designer of the first espresso machine. Today, the company is run by the fourth generation and has acquired a corresponding wealth of experience. Continuous innovation and state-of-the-art technology are successfully combined with tradition at Bezzera. Bezzera stands for semi-professional and professional espresso machines of the highest quality.

IN-HOUSE PRODUCTION IN MILAN FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS

Bezzera produces under its own roof in Milan. 70 employees are now part of the team that exports the manufactory's products to more than 50 countries. Bezzera is particularly known for espresso machines made of high-quality stainless steel with an edgy, innovative design. The elegant aesthetics combined with excellent workmanship make the products particularly resilient and durable. Bezzera has a range of different machines for beginners in the art of coffee, as well as for advanced hobby baristas. For beginners, for example, the Bezzera BZ09 S tilt valve portafilter is perfectly suited. It convinces visually with classic design and tilt valves. The single-circuit portafilter has an internal thermostat, so the temperature is kept stable. It was processed in high quality, the stainless steel housing is stylish and robust at the same time.

TRADITIONAL FEATURES IN MODERN MACHINES

The amateur barista will enjoy the Bezzera Magica S portafilter machine. The machine with the E61 brew group has features such as a heavy-duty vibration pump, dual-circuit technology, and two pressure gauges that indicate boiler and pump pressure. The vintage toggle switches give the Magica S a great, high-end design. What sets the Strega S AL portafilter machine apart from the very modern machines is that it has a traditional hand lever. The necessary pressure comes from a built-in spring, and not from the brew group as usual. Not only visually it is a highlight, but also the installed technology of the Strega S AL is absolutely convincing.

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