DēLonghi Icona Vintage coffee machine in baby blue = love
When I was asked to attend the DeLonghi coffee event I was thrilled. Waking up to the smell of coffee in the morning would have to be one of the best things in the world.
So I attended the event at the head office of DēLonghi and learnt how to make the perfect cup of coffee. After several attempts and many burnt cups of coffee later, I finally mastered the art of coffee making.
I fell in love with the Icona Vintage Collection design, it’s an elegant and timeless design. Aside from my preferred color (baby blue), it also comes in Olive Green, Beige and Matte Black.
To give you a run through, the Icona Vintage pump espresso coffee maker’s cream disk filter is suitable for ground coffee and E.S.E. pods. It’s cappuccino system mixes air and milk hence producing a rich and creamy froth for cappuccino drinks. The warming plate keeps the coffee cups warm.
Aside from the elegant style of their collection’s Icona Vintage 2 slices toaster, it comes with a bun warming rack to heat brioches and the like. The progressive electronic browning buttons give you full control of your desired toasts.
If you are much into long coffee, their Icona Vintage coffee drip maker is perfect for you. It has a 40-minutes auto shut off after the conclusion of the coffee brewing. The water level indicator constantly checks the water level of its tank. Its premium glass carafe is 1.25L and can serve up to an approx. 10 cups of coffee.
Their sophisticated Icona Vintage kettle has a 360 degrees swivel base and detachable base for cord-free convenience. It also has a thermal cut-off when the water has already reached its maximum boiling point thus making it safe and convenient.
PrimaDonna Elite. Visiting Concept Specialist Inc.’s showroom would never be complete without trying out their top of the line fully automatic coffee machine, the PrimaDonna Elite. All the coffee drinks you need with just touch. Aside from coffee, it can also make delicious chocolate drinks. Yum!
Thanks for having me @DeLonghiPH
So who wants to come over for coffee!!!?
A look on the inside.
By Tricia Centenera