Miele, a leading German manufacturer of premium domestic appliances, introduces the CM 6350 countertop coffee machine, an intelligent ‘bean to cup’ machine. The CM 6350 offers the definitive luxury experience for coffee connoisseurs with its range of features, including the built in ‘personalised barista’ approach whereby users can utilise the ‘make your own’ feature to customise size, strength, brewing temperature, grinder settings, froth preferences etc. across all leading coffee options, including favourites like cappuccino, espresso, latte macchiato, caffè latte, long coffee and Ristretto.
With up to four individual profiles of coffee drinkers, a family of four can now have aromatic coffee the way they want it – every single time. With a touch of the finger, the CM 6350 Countertop Coffee Machine uses the saved user profiles to blend the perfect cup of coffee, complemented by the heated cup rack system, each cup is served hot, fresh and perfectly created.
Designed to ensure maximum convenience, ease and efficiency, the CM 6350 countertop coffee machine also offers the ‘OneTouch for Two’ feature – a programme that allows users to make two specialty coffees at the same time and with its noise control functions, is barely audible.
“Miele strives to continue to reinvent the way consumers make and enjoy premium coffee. Everyone has a particular way that they like to enjoy their coffee and with this in mind, the CM 6350 countertop coffee machine simplifies the coffee curation experience and enables coffee lovers to personalise their coffee selections with the touch of a button – all from the ease and convenience of their own homes. We are extremely proud of the technology and functions that place the CM 6350 in a league of its own and look forward to sharing this technology with coffee connoisseurs across the Middle East,” says Stavros Politis, managing director of Miele.
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