The Cafelat Robot is capable of making very real and delicious espresso coffee. It does this using high quality steel parts, with no plastics used, a standard 58mm filter basket and pressures more commonly used in espresso and lever machines for extraction.
As manual espresso makers go, the Cafelat Robot is very simple to use with only a portafilter and dispersion screen as the removable parts allowing a simple workflow for quick multiple shots and cleaning out the portafilter.
Basic Cafelat Robot Instructions:
- Detach the portafilter and preheat with hot water.
- Fill the basket with freshly ground coffee and tamp.
- Place in dispersion screen, fill the reservoir with hot water, and lock in portafilter.
- Press down evenly on the Robot arms to begin extraction to enjoy your espresso.
Cafelat Robot Espresso Maker Features
Thick, Creamy Espresso — Extract the ideal double or single espresso no matter your level of coffee making experience
Only Two removable Parts — Makes for simple workflow, easy cleaning, storage.
Extended Durability — With almost no wear on stainless steel and aluminum, will last for years of service.
Bottomless Portafilter — Used for best results, though there is an attachable double spout.
Precise Pressurized Extraction — Manage the perfect flow and extraction, pressing down on the robot arms to complete your shot.
CAFELATE ROBOT INCLUDES:
- The main body of the Robot with the arms and base assembled.
- 1 Portafilter with detachable portafilter spout
- 1 Filter basket
- 1 Stainless steel tamper
- 1 Stainless steel dispersion disc (filter screen)
- 1 Silicone mat
Cafelat Robot Green Barista INCLUDES:
- Everything mentioned above in Cafelat Robot Espresso Maker + the additional Espresso Brewing Gauge
|Materials||Premium Aluminium Body, Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||30cm x 16cm x 23cm|
|Portafilter Capacity||16-25 grams|
|Brews Capacity||Approx. 50 ml|
|Pressure||Up To 16 Bars|
- Cafelat Robot – Green
- Cafelat Robot – Blue
- Cafelat Robot Barista – Green (includes pressure gauge)
See the Cafelat Robot brewing espresso with Josh at Alternative Brewing , in the video below: