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Motta are renowned for their milk foaming jugs (page 11), but have expanded their barista supplies range signifi cantly in recent years to include tampers (page 15), thermometers (page 19), tamping stands (page 16) and much more.


All of Pallo’s cleaning tools have been designed to make cleaning and maintenance faster and easier for baristas and roasters. Range includes brushes for cleaning group heads, steam wands and more. Find the full range on page 115.


Classic eight sided Italian coffee maker available in a range of sizes from 2 to 6 cup from one of Italy’s leading moka pot manufacturers. Choose from the stunning selection of vivid colours in the Italexpress range or the sturdy Steelexpress range. All on page 84.


Europe’s market leader and for good reason. Quick dissolve non- hazardous formula for effective, safe cleaning. Puly now offer cleaning solutions for all sorts of coffee machines and accessories. There are many in the industry who would not use anything else. See the full range on pages 105-110.


Since 1995, Reg Barber have been hand crafting some of the most high quality tampers the world over from their workshop on Vancouver Island, Canada. They are now used by the world’s top barista’s and are the perfect choice for anyone seeking a top of the range tamper. Find the range on page 16.


Stojo cups are designed to be as convenient as they are good for the planet. Each cup keeps at the right temperature for longer due to the lid and insulated sleeve, and collapses into a leak proof disc for easy portability. Check out the range of stylish colours on page 28.


Based upon the company’s founding motto of “accuracy fi rst”, Taylor manufactures a range of thermometers and timers where precision is key. See page 20 for our range of Taylor equipment.


Café Tiamo manufactures quality products at affordable prices for tea and coffee brewing. The range includes pour over coffee equipment, coffee drippers, tea products and more. See pages 78-79.


Makers of beautiful non-electrical brewing equipment that is designed with both function and fashion in mind. New to us this year are the Timemore Syphon brewers and Cold brewer, on page 83.


For over 50 years the Toddy has been synonymous with cold brew coffee. The Toddy Cold Brew System produces a smooth, low acid concentrate ideal for hot or iced coffee or tea. Find it on page 82.


VST fi lter baskets are top of the line, so if money is no object and you truly want to be ahead of the pack, turn to page 98 and treat yourself. Each basket is individually checked and comes with its own quality certifi cate.


Wilfa is a Norwegian brand focused on design, quality, safety and innovation. Working with Tim Wendelboe - a World Barista Champion - has led to the development of the Wilfa manual pour over coffee brewers with fl ow control, which effortlessly controls extraction time. See page 79.


Yagua is a collection of the most popular barista tools. Their goal is to bring together the highest quality products packaged for retail at affordable prices, so all baristas have the best tools to deliver perfect coffee everyday. Watch this exciting new brand grow...


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