Jura Machines

Choosing the right machine

Traditional or automatic? Stove top or filter? Each method has its own outcome and each roast has their ideal brewing tool. So which is right for you? The factors vary, but at the end it comes down to the type of coffee drinker you are, or how many cups need to be made per day.

COFFEE Grinders

Ground coffee starts losing it’s flavour from the second that the bean itself is converted into ground coffee. Some say up to 30% of the flavour disappears in the first twenty minutes or so. Whether you are making your own brew at home in a plunger or any other system, or preparing a grind for a traditional espresso machine, grinding your own coffee is the best way to avoid the flavour losing time-lapse between grinding and brewing.

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Coffee Machine Cleaning

Machine Maintenance

Whether you own; are renting or are busy purchasing your coffee machinery and equipment via our easy rent-to-own option, there are a multitude of obvious reasons why you should care for your machine. Coffee machines are expensive and if looked after, can become a valuable asset for re-sale; will add value to your business and save you having to replace it due to advanced deterioration.

Coffee Extraction

When it comes to coffee – cheap can certainly be nasty! Not only when it comes to the quality of the beans but as importantly a “bargain-basement” coffee machine will not be as efficient at extracting flavour as a good quality machine. What is coffee without flavour after all?

Coffee Extraction
Filter Coffee Temperature

Coffee Temperature

Let’s start with the facts: Coffee is best served at a temperature between 65°C to 80°C. If you really want to taste (as compared to relax and enjoy) the actual coffee, the closer to room temperature is the best and the less additives such as milk and sugar, the better.