New Gaggia coffee machines: inspiration in Milan

Gaggia Babila.

Gaggia has recently launched two new automatic coffee machines, Babila and Velasca, whose names remember symbolic places in Milan, an homage to the brand’s origin. In these new models, the innovation is at the service of the consumer, who can choose length, intensity and temperature. The use of the two coffee machines is facilitated by intuitive displays. In particular, Babila offers six types of beverages with the one-touch system, and the integrated milk jug and the double boiler allow to prepare a creamy cappuccino at the ideal temperature. Besides, the appliance is equipped with the Cleaning Cycle function and Memo function to memorize the user preferences. Velasca has ceramic grinders, and the coffee grinder can be set on ten levels. Also this product can use coffee powder and memorize the preferences. It warms up quickly. Among the latest Gaggia models, there is also Carezza Style (manual coffee machine) with retrò design and modern technology. The machine has an automatic internal circuit rinsing system and after nine minutes of inactivity it automatically switches off.