Slaying them all with love

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Slayer intended to set a new precedent by designing a machine with a striking aesthetic that acted as both a practical tool and an elegant centerpiece. The result is iconic and unmistakeable.

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The difference in a slayer is variable pressure control, which no other machine on the market currently has. The flavor profiling capabilities of Slayer Espresso are unparalleled. Each grouphead can be calibrated to distinct temperatures and flow rates in order to optimize extraction for all coffees.

Patented flow rate control enables one to push the espresso shot extraction time from around 30 seconds to a minute without over extracting the coffee.

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The gives a higher viscosity to the shot, providing it with more body which makes it easier to use high-quality single origin beans. Typically, espresso blends include an agent bean whose main purpose is to add viscosity. With a slayer machine this no longer is necessary, enabling the barista to utilize high quality single origin beans for their espresso.

 

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By putting every variable in their hands, it enables the barista to produce espresso drinks that are fine-tuned to personal tastes.

When you come to visit Artisan Cafe, you will experience for yourself the subtlety and richness of this gourmet process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Slayer intended to set a new precedent by designing a machine with a striking aesthetic that acted as both a practical tool and an elegant centerpiece. The result is iconic and unmistakeable.
The difference in a slayer is variable pressure control, which no other machine on the market currently has. The flavor profiling capabilities of Slayer Espresso are unparalleled. Each grouphead can be calibrated to distinct temperatures and flow rates in order to optimize extraction for all coffees.
Patented flow rate control enables one to push the espresso shot extraction time from around 30 seconds to a minute without over extracting the coffee.
The gives a higher viscosity to the shot, providing it with more body which makes it easier to use single origin beans for espresso. Typically, espresso bean blends include an agent bean whose main purpose is to add viscosity. With a slayer machine this no longer is necessary, enabling the barista to utilize high quality single origin beans for their espresso.
By putting every variable in their hands, it enables the barista to produce espresso drinks that are fine-tuned to personal tastes.

 

 

 

 

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