GLASGOW, UK – As the official UK & Ireland supplier of Synesso coffee machines, leading specialist coffee roaster Matthew Algie is proud to announce the launch of their latest Synesso model – the S200.
Based in Seattle, Synesso manufacturers high-spec espresso machines renowned for their unparalleled thermal stability, user friendliness and reliability. Available to rent or buy, the S200 is an approachable, volumetric coffee machine featuring the same quality Synesso standard components found in the traditional MVP & MVP Hydra machines.
Synesso owner & designer Mark Barnett comments: “The team at Matthew Algie share our passion for great tasting coffee and are committed to providing customers with the best possible service. Their longstanding industry expertise and ability to maintain the highest levels of operational excellence make them the ideal distribution partner”.
Ewan Reid, Managing Director at Matthew Algie, comments: “The S200 is a fantastic addition to our range from Synesso, and we feel it’s destined to become a classic from a design and functional perspective. We very much value our partnership with Mark and the team in Seattle and the S200 demonstrates their continued focus on evolution and innovation”.
Showcased at the London Coffee Festival 2019, the S200 espresso machine features independent volumetric programming across each of the no-wear group heads. It also boasts individual brew boilers, digital shot timers & arcade-inspired group purge buttons – all expertly crafted within a low-profile, compact design.
Natasha Horn, national training manager at Matthew Algie comments: “It is clear that the S200 has been designed with the needs of the barista in mind. The machine’s dual articulating steam wands make it versatile for right- or left-handed users. Not only that, but from a customer service perspective, the machine’s understated and yet sleek, compact design lends well to a harmonious workflow and open engagement between the barista and customer”.
Full product features & benefits for Matthew Algie’s new S200 machine can be found at http://www.matthewalgie.com/machines/traditional-machines/synesso-s200-2-group/.