To celebrate Roastworks’ new Peru Velo De Novia coffee beans launching in Waitrose, we’ve teamed up with the speciality coffee roastery to treat one lucky reader to a supply of its top-tier beans plus a sleek Sage espresso machine, so they can play pro barista in their kitchen all winter long
Find yourself lusting after the gleaming brew bar set-ups and quality flat whites usually reserved for coffee shop visits? Winning a Sage espresso machine could be the change that elevates your home brews to pro-barista status. And, while it’s all well and good having the correct kit, you can’t get premium results without the right speciality beans. That’s why the Exeter-based roastery will also throw in three months’ worth of its quality coffee beans, so the winner gets the full experience of crafting superb coffee from the comfort of their home.
The Sage Barista Impress Express uses the Impress™ Puck System, made up of three components that make manual espresso-making easy – without losing that hands-on feel. Its Intelligent Dosing and Precision Measurement systems learn on the job, automatically calculating and adjusting the dose of ground coffee, based on the last grind and tamp outcome.
Coffee connoisseurs will also appreciate the innovative Assisted Tamping system, which uses a 7-degree ‘barista twist’ finish and a consistent 10kg of pressure to create a polished puck surface and clean tamp face. The impressive piece of kit also has an integrated conical burr grinder, 25 grind settings, a Thermocoil precision heating system, plus a powerful manual steam wand to hand-texture microfoamed milk into next-level latte art.
Roastworks’ Peru Velo De Novia makes a sweet companion to this countertop beauty. Balanced with notes of milk chocolate, caramel and subtle fruit undertones, it’s an exceptional example of Peruvian coffee.
For your chance to win a Sage Barista Impress and a three-month supply of Roastworks coffee beans, simply answer the question below.
How many grind settings does the Sage Barista Impress Express have?