Perfect for coffee connoisseurs, this fully integrated automatic coffee machine takes the guess work out of the perfect cup of coffee.
September 30th, 2009
The last ten years in Australia have seen an explosion of coffee culture. The coffee machine, once the realm of cafés and baristas, can now be found in just about any home.
The fully integrated, automatic CVA 5065 can automatically prepare the perfect espresso, macchiato, cappuccino or café latte with the touch of a button, as well as steamed milk or milk froth.
But the coffee experience is not limited to just these. The machine allows you to program an additional 10 ‘connoisseur profiles’ – considering personal preferences such as fineness and quantity of beans to be ground, water temperature and quantity of milk or water per cup.
Preparation is simpler than ever with the central discharge spout and integrated milk tank – features exclusive to CVA 5000 series coffee machines – eliminating the need for intermediate manual steps such as moving the glass or cup, while the insulated 700ml milk tank keeps milk cold for up to 12 hours without loss of quality.
The brewing unit incorporates a dynamic brewing chamber that increases in size as water flow in; missing the ground coffee and water more intensively, resulting in fully aromatic coffee.
Available in stainless steel with a clear text display, the new CVA 5065 built-in machine features Miele’s new low-maintenance CleanSteel finish and is available from Miele Chartered Agents for an introductory selling price of $4,499.
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