Swiss Precision And The Perfect Coffee
Time to do away with the local barista – Jura’s GIGA 6 is here to take your order.
Double shot, decaf, skim, hazelnut latte, three-quarters full. We all know someone with a, ahem, finicky coffee order. If you don’t – well, here’s looking at you.
For coffee snobs (and casuals alike) there’s a new and alluring piece of kit on the market – the Jura GIGA 6.
The scope of the GIGA 6 is impressive – 28 different specialties (even a pre-set for the Cortado) available from a 4.3-inch high-res display. Everything on and in the GIGA 6 was designed in pairs – meaning two heating systems, two pumps, and two bean hoppers, essential to separating that Colombian single-origin from Ethiopian blend, or to blend them together in personal ratios.
Jura’s been grinding out its impressive status in the industry since it began producing espresso machines in 1931, manufacturing five-million automatic machines in that time.
Today, the Swiss outfit promises better coffee for longer with its implementation of ceramic grinders, which adjust over the lifetime of a machine to ensure flavour consistency and minimal wear.
“Made with top-quality materials and Swiss precision, the GIGA 6’s clear design features radiate power and expertise,” chimes George Liakatos, Managing Director of Jura Australia. “I can confidently say this is the best coffee machine out there in the world to date, and we’re thrilled to bring it to Australia.”
Pouring further innovation into the allure of homemade coffee, the GIGA 6 will also learn a user’s preference and comes compatible with the Jura app – allowing a coffee ‘order’ to be placed via a simple tap, or, tell Siri to sort things by assigning a shortcut.
Sadly Siri still can’t deliver said coffee to the couch. Yet.
The Jura Giga 6 is available now, $6490; jura.com
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