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MARRAPINTI the Barista Pro Espresso Coffee Machine

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A traditional song, words of wisdom from elders, a rhythmic dance performed at dawn; these can all bring a sense of ceremony to the day.

With ceremony and ritual, even the most mundane tasks can be transformed into a meaningful tradition that put the mind and body in a calm and positive space. There is comfort and safety in performing the same tasks every morning, and the morning ritual sets the tone for the whole day.

In our modern world, coffee is one of the fundamental aspects of the morning ritual for many.

Women's ceremonies at Marrapinti depicts designs associated with the site of Marrapinti, west of the Kiwirrkurra Community and the Pollock Hills in Western Australia.

A large group of ancestral women camped at this rock hole before continuing their travels further east, passing through Wala Wala, Kiwirrkurra and Ngaminya.

While at the site the women made nose bones, also known as marrapinti, which are worn through a hole made in the nose web. These nose bones were originally used by both men and women but are now only worn by the older generation on ceremonial occasions. As the women continued their travels towards the east they gathered the edible berries known as kampurarrpa, or desert raisin, from the small shrub solanum centrale. These berries can be eaten directly from the plant but are sometimes ground into a paste and cooked on the coals as a type of damper.

Breville is donating 100% of our profits from the sale of the 'Aboriginal Culinary Journey' range to create opportunity for Indigenous Australians. We expect to raise just over $1,000,000AUD through the sale of these items globally. Half of the funds will be used to support the National Indigenous Culinary Institute's work to create employment opportunities for aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander chefs and the 'Indi-Kindi Program' by the Moriarty Foundation to support better childhood nutrition and sharing Indigenous Food Culture. The other half will be used for Indigenous scholarships and initiatives at the University of Technology Sydney to create pathways for employment in engineering, technology and design.


  • Intuitive interface: LCD display with grinding and extracting progress animations. The screen provides you all the precise information you need to make coffee exactly the way you like it
  • every time.
  • Faster heat up time: Innovative ThermoJet heating system achieves the optimum extraction temperature in 3 seconds with instantaneous transition from espresso to steam. Ready to make your best coffee without the wait.
  • Integrated conical burr grinder: With a single touch
  • the integrated conical burr :grinder with dose control delivers the right amount of coffee on demand
  • for maximum flavour. Adjustable grind size and dose.
  • Rich full flavour: Achieve a consistent and balanced espresso using the right amount of ground coffee. The 54mm porta-filter with 18 grams is the key for full flavour and third wave specialty coffee.
  • ensuring optimal espresso extraction. Low pressure pre-infusion gradually increases pressure at the start and helps ensure all the flavours are drawn out evenly during the extraction for a balanced tasting cup.


  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 35.4 x 34.3 x 40.6 cm
  • Warranty: 2 Year Limited Product Warranty
  • Construction Materials: Brushed Stainless Steel
  • Capacity: Bean Hopper Capacity - 250 grams | Water Tank Capacity - 2 L
  • Settings: Adjustable Grind Control | Intuitive LCD Interface | 1 and 2 Cup Volumetric Control
  • Voltage: 220 - 240 Volts
  • Power: 1680 Watts

Model number

  • BES878ART
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