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This year’s lucky Designday winner is taking away a Giotto Evoluzione V2 coffee machine and a year’s supply of L’affare coffee, valued at a total of $4,000.

Rocket Espresso machines are beautifully built in Italy. Made with meticulous care, they produce the finest espresso to give you that kick start and keep you going. If you didn’t win the grand prize this year, but you’re keen to find out more about these great machines, click here

Since opening their pioneering Wellington café and roastery in 1990, L’affare has taken pride in the quality and consistency of their coffee. Fairtrade is important to them, and they buy fairly traded beans where possible from sustainable coffee estates.

Congratulations to Savannah. Urbis will be in touch with you shortly.


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