Gaggia New Baby06 Class Brushed Stainless Expand

Gaggia New Baby06 Class Brushed Stainless

Gaggia Gaggia

12302

New

Gaggia Baby Class Semi Automatic Espresso Machine, Brushed Stainless Steel

More details

£ 225.00

VAT included

Gaggia Baby Class Semi Automatic Espresso Machine, Brushed Stainless Steel

Espresso machine with chrome-plated brass brew group and heavy 58-mm portafilter
15-bar pump; high-wattage boiler; 3-way solenoid valve; push-button controls
1.7L removable reservoir; can make 2 cups simultaneously; steamer for frothing milk
Includes single-shot, double-shot, and E.S.E. filter basket; coffee tamper; and coffee scoop

With brushed stainless steel housing and sleek brewing controls to match, the Baby Class adds a new degree of elegance to Gaggia’s original design. The Baby Class features all of the high quality components that have made Gaggia a household name, including a chrome-plated brass brew group, a heavy 58mm commercial style portafilter and a three-way solenoid valve. The Baby Class also has a built-in Turbo Frother to take the guesswork out of frothing and steaming. Put it all together, and it’s clear that the Gaggia Baby Class offers the perfect balance between style and performance.

NOTE: Due to the weight of the product there is a £10 carriage surcharge

It was one man's determined quest for the perfect espresso in 1930s Milan that gave birth to one of Italy's most iconic brands. For more than half a century, Gaggia has been supplying both bars and homes with innovative, state-of-the-art coffee machines. Beautiful, timeless products inspired by the fashion, design and culture of the day – as well as the inherent Italian passion for la dolce vita. From the crema layer to the crème de la crème of coffee machines.




On 5 September 1938, Milan coffee bartender Achille Gaggia (born 1895) files patent No. 365726 for a steam-free coffee machine, heralding the modern age of espresso. Unlike its predecessors, Gaggia's design uses a revolutionary piston mechanism which forces water through the coffee grounds at high pressure – it takes 15 seconds to produce a single espresso shot. It's believed the idea for the piston mechanism came to Gaggia after he observed the engine of an American army jeep which used a hydraulic system.


Achille Gaggia’s 1938 patent becomes a reality and Gaggia starts producing its first coffee machine for use in bars: the Classic. Its unique piston mechanism produces crema – a natural layer of coffee oils resembling foam – on the surface of the coffee. It makes Gaggia’s espressos unlike anything else, giving the diminutive drink a more intense aroma and flavour. Gaggia installs his machines in bars around Milan accompanied by huge signs in the window saying caffé crema di caffe naturale (coffee cream from natural coffee). And the espresso craze begins...


The rest is just history, pass the coffee.


BRANDS

  • Matcha Tea, What is it?
    Matcha Tea, What is it?

    Matcha tea – literally, “powdered tea” It's the type of Green Tea traditionally whisked with...

  • Menu Planning
    Menu Planning

    Menu planning can help, not just with making life in the kitchen easier, but with spending, waste and less trips...

  • Cooking Oils Infographic
    Cooking Oils Infographic

    From Almond to Wallnut, just how do you know which one to use?! Well this handy infographic from 

  • Knife Skills Video.
    Knife Skills Video.

    Knife Skills Video: 25 Knives, 47 Knife Skills A master chef with impeccable knife skills is...

  • Bacon A to Z
    Bacon A to Z

    Are you a bacon lover? Here's a list of facts and figures about bacon you can't miss:...

Visit our blog

MasterCardJCBMaestroVisa Debit
Powered by WorldPay
Accept

We use Cookies for personalisation, customer accounts and other purposes. You can prevent the setting of cookies by adjusting the settings on your browser (not recommended) Learn More