Host Milano: Drink an espresso with us!

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Host Milano

Host Milano: Drink an espresso with us!

We’re heading to Milan!

Milan, the capital of fashion and design is the home of the Host Milano. The event brings together multiple aspects under one roof! We´re there from 18 until 22 October.

Every time, this exhibition, which will reach its 41st edition, provides the opportunity to showcase everything a successful bar or restaurant needs, from raw materials to semi-finished products, from machinery to equipment, from furnishings to tableware.

We will be bringing our beautiful coffee roasters, a W6A & W1A to the exhibition. The W6A is an automatic coffee roaster, which runs on gas. This roaster is easy to use, flexible and also has a great appearance. If you’re looking for a professional starting model with the perfect combination of functionalities, capacity and size, the W6 series is the perfect fit for you!

This coffee roaster combines high quality and extensive functionalities in a compact and easy to use roaster.

Our beloved agent from Italy will also be present, DM Italia. So stop by and let’s enjoy a cup of espresso together while we answer all your questions about our coffee roasters.

Stand location: Pav 14 Stand M01

> More information about our coffee roasters

> If you can’t make it to the Host Milano, no worries! You can also make an appointment to meet us at our HQ. Just fill in the form over here.

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