|Jura Ena 9 making |
Was in Europe FirstThe Ena9 One Touchwas released in Europe early in 2010, and offers Jura’s take on one button methodology, where you can make, espresso, coffee, cappuccino and latte at a single press of one button.
The Ena range is Jura’s range focused on the domestic market.
So what is it like?Well as far as a one touch cappuccino machine it is a pleasure. Attach the pipe, and simply press a button, and the milk is frothed, then coffee is added. It makes a good cappuccino, more in the latte style than in the barista style, but for an automatic, that is a compromise we have seen many people happy with.
And since it is part of the one touch range it will ask to start the internal frother rinsing cycle after not making a milk based drink for 5 minutes, which is a necessary feature.
Tell us something that is greatWhen I originally heard of the aroma boost button, I must be totally honest I initially thought it was a stupid feature, but having worked with many coffee drinkers; they seem to have a problem understanding what makes an espresso and what makes a coffee. So essentially the aroma boost is either an espresso shot or a double espresso shot (depending if you press it once or twice)
Another great feature is that all the buttons are programmable in the typical Jura way. Which is so easy to use, and easy to explain; and best of all are easy to override when you need something different