Smeg Launches First Bean-To-Cup Coffee Machine And It’s So Stylish

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Photo credit: Smeg
Photo credit: Smeg

Smeg has launched its first ever bean-to-cup coffee machine this week and it is such a stylish kitchen addition.

The Smeg BCC02 coffee machine promises to deliver the perfect brew every time by creating “the ultimate home barista experience.”

The bean-to-cup design means the machine includes a coffee bean grinding function with a range of levels to choose from, according to your own preference. Whether you want an americano, espresso, or even a ristretto coffee, this model should have you covered.

Photo credit: Smeg
Photo credit: Smeg

For fans of a milky coffee, you can create macchiatos and lattes using the milk frothing function, making it a truly all-in-one device.

The stylish coffee machine is designed in Smeg’s trademark 1950s style, with smooth curves and a brushed aluminium and matte exterior. It's available in four colours: Matte Black, Matte Taupe, Matte White and Matte Red.

You can make up to six cups of coffee with each water refill (1.4 litre capacity) and there are specific settings based on your area’s water hardness, too. When it’s time to descale, a helpful alarm will let you know.

You can also make your new coffee in your favourite morning mug, as both the cup holder and nozzle height can be adjusted to accommodate various sizes.

The Smeg BCC02 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine retails for £679.95 and is available from the Smeg website and its London flagship store, as well as from John Lewis and other national retailers.

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