The Victoria Arduino Black Eagle Gravimetric Espresso Machine to Make Its East Coast Debut this Week
One of the highlights of this year’s Specialty Coffee Association of America Conference in Seattle was an evening event hosted by Nuova Simonelli and Victoria Arduino to introduce the new Victoria Arduino Black Eagle Gravimetric espresso machine for the first time. The ambassador of the machine? None other than 2007 World Barista Champion, and author of the most well-respected coffee website in the world, not to mention co-owner of the esteemed Square Mile Coffee Roasters in London, James Hoffmann.
The innovative technology in this revolutionary new machine is something you just have to see to believe, as we all found out at the event in Seattle in April, when James, joined by multi-time Irish Barista Champion Colin Harmon, explained exactly what it does in detail to the curious crowd.
But if you weren’t there in Seattle in April, how are you supposed to see it, you ask? Lou Barba of Nuova Distribution in North America, has you covered. Coffee professionals in New England, take note: The Victoria Arduino Black Eagle espresso machine will make its New England debut at Bev Tech, Inc. from 3 “7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16. Co-hosted by Nuova Simonelli and Bev Tech, the afternoon gathering is open to anyone who wants to come see the new machine for themselves.
What’s that you say? You’re not in New England, but rather New YORK, and you really want to check out the machine? Well, Lou’s got you covered, too.
Lou is bringing the Victoria Arduino Black Eagle Gravimetric espresso machine to New York for the first time ever, for a special event taking place June 18 at Irving Farms Coffee Roasters’ new, gorgeous loft.
You’ll be able to hop onto the machine to check out the technology and extraction scales, and relax with friends and refreshments in Irving Farms’ beautiful new space.
Tuesday, June 16
3 “7 p.m.
Bev Tech, Inc.
56 Julie Lane
Eliot, ME 03903 (one hour north of Boston and 5 minutes from Portsmouth, NH)
Thursday, June 18
4 “8 p.m.
The Loft at Irving Farm Coffee Roasters
151 W. 19th St.
New York, 10011
For more information about either of these events, contact Lou at 201.741.2098.