Quick, but delicious!
At the bakery, kiosk, convenience store or petrol station – “coffee to go” has become an important part of our quality of life. It has almost reached cult status; it must be fast but still something special that you can enjoy on the go. If the quality is right, coffee sales in shops and stores are an attractive source of additional business.
High performance in a tight space: we have designed our slim coffee machines in the Melitta® Cafina® XT generation to be compact without doing away with the high quality components. International convenience store chains are finding success all over the world with them. Why don’t you offer your customers coffee to stay or go with reliable top quality in a small space too.
Internationally successful professional technology for top quality in every cup
- Wide variety of speciality coffees in a short time
- Range of milk foams and Melitta® TopFoam
- Slim and elegant design
- Multimedia touchscreen
- In-house technical customer services even at the weekend
- Customised solutions
- Strong Melitta® brand stands for enjoyable coffee
The right coffee machine for every application
Sales incentives at the coffee machine
Our slim and compact XT series is designed for tight workspaces – and with its elegant design and narrow footprint, it is also a trendy eyecatcher that encourages self-service at the tough glass panel which is arranged ergonomically at an angle. Use the large multimedia touchscreen as an advertising space as well and display your special offers. Then you can sell your snack of the day at the same time to go with the delicious cappuccino. Place your coffee counter where you want it. Our XT series is flexible – with mobile coffee centres in various sizes, variable add-ons and payment modules.
Robot serving at "Comical Café"
At the fully automatic Henna Café (“Comical Café”), a robot serves both freshly brewed filter coffee and delicious coffee specialties from the Melitta® Cafina® XT4. The travel group H.I.S. has opened the first café of this kind in the department store Shibuya Modi. If the test project proves successful, further Henna Cafés will follow in Japan. H.I.S. already operates two Henna Hotels in which mainly robots are employed.