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I would like to pay a visit to an organisation that can demonstrate machines to see in action before I purchase. Any there any such places reachable from the north west?

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I may be wrong but I don't think there is anywhere resembling Bella Barista at Wellingborough.

 

To see the Sage range you could try a John Lewis store. I have also seen them on demo in other large kitchen shops, we have Steamer Cookwear stores near us but I’m not sure if they are nationwide.


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I would like to pay a visit to an organisation that can demonstrate machines to see in action before I purchase. Any there any such places reachable from the north west?

There isn't one . Really there isn't . Its a small market , there may be some commercial showrooms for roasters etc but got home users I dont know of one.

Glasgow has one other than that you are looking at Bella Barista or some Sage stuff at a John Lewis.


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Have you tried taste beverages? Based in Preston. Highly recommend.

 

recommended by who? They sell commercial machines and are not suitable for the home user. Did you really join the forum to post that......next you will tell us you are not associated with them!

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I got exited then, thinking there was a @bellabarista in Preston

 

Having said that isn't it about time that bella opened up norf , say Manc,,,, and can I have a job there :whistle:


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I may be wrong but I don't think there is anywhere resembling Bella Barista at Wellingborough.

 

To see the Sage range you could try a John Lewis store. I have also seen them on demo in other large kitchen shops, we have Steamer Cookwear stores near us but I’m not sure if they are nationwide.

 

We have a steamer trading shop in St Albans that does sage machines (first place I found an oracle touch). So I guess they're countrywide?

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This company are great, not quite the setup of BB but a true Northern friendly atmosphere and good on prices, for the sake of a phone call once you settle on a particular machine, give them a ring.

 

Paul ThompsonTynemouth Coffee Company

The Roastery

Back Stormont Street

North Shields

NE29 0EY

 

 

0191 2600995

[email protected]

www.tynemouthcoffee.com

www.coffeeteam.co.uk


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