The Saeco Xelsis Super Automatic Espresso Machine is the latest invention from the iconic Saeco brand. With premiere programming, the Xelsis lets you program everything, from milk and espresso volume to dose, temperature, and texture. The user profile allows you to save your favorite drinks for easier access and the 3.5″ Touchscreen makes it clear as day to use. The Xelsis allows you to create 15 different coffee drinks with a touch of a button and customize it to your liking, true indulgence at your command. The Xelsis has a fridge-ready milk carafe that packs in texture control and simple clean cycles. The double thermo blocks offer accurate temperature controls for every drink in your recipe book. From a front-access water tank to adjustable spouts and a scratch-resistant drip tray, the Xelsis brings the best from Saeco design options. The Saeco Xelsis is at the top of its class.
Saeco was a small enterprise started in 1981 in Italy, in Gaggio Montano, near Bologna. In 1985, it was the first company in the world to develop the “bean-to-cup”, a completely automatic and innovative Italian espresso brewing system, from the coffee bean to the cup. Since then, Saeco has been developing coffee machines that can satisfy the tastes of people with different lifestyles, in and out of the home, in the consumer and professional channels. The purchase of the Gaggia brand in 1999 strengthened its purpose of providing Italian excellence in the coffee sector. Since 2009, with the arrival of Philips, Saeco has become a global player able to cover the entire offer of coffee machines. The synergies between Philips and Saeco boosted the development of technologies and new patents. Those years saw the definition of the “Vending & Professional” Division of the company as an autonomous production unit focused on the out of home sector, able to provide top solutions for the Office, the Ho.Re.Ca. and the vending markets. In 2017 the Saeco Professional Division becomes part of the N&W Global Vending Group, the world vending leader, which at the end of the same year rebrands as EVOCA Group. This shall allow the company to become even more prominent in the professional coffee machines world business, with the Saeco and Gaggia brands, recognised icons of the Made in Italy in terms of technology, quality and style.