La Pavoni Cilindro Prosumer Coffee Grinder
Recently acquired by the Smeg group, La Pavoni is a brand that will always be recognised as true Italian excellence in the production of coffee machines, producing the very best Italian espresso. This acquisition allows the two companies to share their know-how and mutual affinities for their product lines, paying great attention to design and details while affirming the strength of quality Made in Italy. The new Cilindro Prosumer Grinder has been designed for those who enjoy freshly ground coffee.
The grinder has a large 600gr Tritan hopper located on the top for coffee beans. Instant delivery of the grind per each dose in order to preserve the freshness and fragrance of the coffee.
The Cilindro Prosumer grinder has been designed using high quality precious materials that are robust and set to stand the test of time, the body is finished in chromed aluminium and perfectly matches the finish of La Pavoni machines. Overall the height is the same as the lever machine with eagle on top so perfectly matches when displayed on the worktop.
La Pavoni The Brand
Founded in 1905, La Pavoni are now well known across the globe for creating an extremely desirable, luxury coffee experience.
Since the 80’s La Pavoni have been studying new innovative ideas when it comes to their top end espresso machines. Great attention has been paid to ergonomics, as well as to research into new technological developments.
In the commercial market, besides the traditional lever and semiautomatic machines, some electronic, some with volumetric dosing, and other reliable models have been introduced. The same principles are also applied to the domestic machines, which include a wide range of models enabling the preparation of excellent coffee at home.
Leaders in domestic coffee machines, the Europiccola and Professional models represent a co-ordination of elegance, quality and reliability; manufactured since 1961, these machines will never be out of fashion; the Professional is exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in New York