SIERRE, Switzerland – Following on from the launch of Eversys’ new E’line range, Enigma, back in September 2020, Eversys are now proud to introduce the Enigma ST (Super Traditional) model, which focuses on compelling design aesthetics inspired from tradition, blended with automated technologies, delivering leading-edge in-cup quality and consistency, whilst expressing the true origin/DNA of coffee.
With the official slogan, Decoding the DNA of Coffee, the Enigma ST model is designed to be authentic and timeless. Eversys’ “Classic” machine design models represent an evolution from the previous E’line, whilst the Super Traditional version is a true revolution; created to appeal to the most discerning of baristas, individuals seeking to leverage technology to enable them to be more consistent, creative and productive.
As Alexandre Rossier, Head of Design at Eversys says; the Enigma ST stand as “A high-tech aesthetical bridge between curvy traditional coffee machines and architectural automatic ones”.
The back of the machine has a double-curved translucent panel that animates the volume of the machine, without looking too bulky. This is due to its quasi-floating connection to the side panels suspended by milled metal pins. In the centre, a strong aluminium bar divides the volume, helping to reduce the visual height of the machine, and affirming its strong character. Copper colour is used as an accent hue on the display frame, in order to keep a family feeling with other Eversys machines.
The new display screen is 27 percent larger at 10.1 inches with a higher quality resolution and wider viewing angle to make product selection simpler, combined with the opportunity to allow videos to run more clearly thanks to its updated Linux-based operating system.
“This is an exciting time for Eversys as we have always aimed to reconcile technology with tradition. And, seeing the Enigma ST in the flesh is like witnessing the accomplishment of a vision that has been 10 years in the making.“ says Kamal Bengougam, Group Commercial Director at Eversys.