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MattL
09-16-2012, 09:10 AM
Hey DIS friends,

Long time reader, first time poster here.

I've seen several remark on the amazing quality of the espresso via the machine on the concierge level at several hotels. We recently stayed at the GF and appreciated the product ourselves.

My question is: does anyone know who makes this machine? I would love to try and find a smaller version for ourselves, but, for the life of me, I can't find a thread or photo anywhere on the web where I can actually read the logo.

I would love some help here if anyone has insight to share! Thanks!

vicki_c
09-16-2012, 09:51 AM
Hey DIS friends,

Long time reader, first time poster here.

I've seen several remark on the amazing quality of the espresso via the machine on the concierge level at several hotels. We recently stayed at the GF and appreciated the product ourselves.

My question is: does anyone know who makes this machine? I would love to try and find a smaller version for ourselves, but, for the life of me, I can't find a thread or photo anywhere on the web where I can actually read the logo.

I would love some help here if anyone has insight to share! Thanks!

If its the same as the Poly, I think that is a Nescafé branded machine, but I'm going by memory, I don't have any photos. I didn't think it made great coffee though, so maybe the GF has something better.

MattL
09-16-2012, 10:04 AM
Thanks, Vicki! :)

I'm not sure if it's Nescafe either. It seems a lot nicer than any of the Nescafe products I'm finding online. Furthermore, the Nescafe pods I find online are very different in appearance than what I've seen at the GF. Maybe the resort has a commercial grade product that I can't find elsewhere?

Any other thoughts?

vicki_c
09-16-2012, 10:16 AM
Thanks, Vicki! :)

I'm not sure if it's Nescafe either. It seems a lot nicer than any of the Nescafe products I'm finding online. Furthermore, the Nescafe pods I find online are very different in appearance than what I've seen at the GF. Maybe the resort has a commercial grade product that I can't find elsewhere?

Any other thoughts?

I think what you said. It's an industrial/commercial thing.