Delonghi Ecola Machine Is Now Officially Called ‘The Delonghis’

The Delonghises are an ancient family of coffee machines.

They’ve been around for at least 200 years, making their coffee from freshly roasted coffee beans in traditional wooden coffeeskins.

The machines are also called the Delonghia, a play on the name of the family’s first coffee maker, which was invented by the same name.

But the machine has since been updated, and now makes coffee from a new batch of beans.

In a video posted on Delonghian YouTube channel, the company explains that the Delohias newest batch of coffees is named the “Delonghis.”

The Delohia coffee machine uses a different technology, which they call the “CPM machine.”

The CPM machine uses high pressure to brew coffee.

The process of brewing coffee in the CPM involves heating the water, then letting it cool, then rewarming it.

The result is coffee that’s more flavorful and less bitter than traditional coffee, but also contains a higher concentration of caffeine, which is addictive.

According to the company, the Delhias latest batch of coffee is brewed with the new CPM, so the Cpm is not just a different kind of coffee.

They also say it’s now named “the Delonghias.”

“The new Delonghiac machine has been completely redesigned and rebranded to include a new coffee technology that provides an unprecedented level of quality, flavor, and aroma.

The new Delghia coffee will be available to all customers in the U.S. and Canada, with plans to expand distribution in Canada to the U, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe,” the company wrote in a statement.

The new machine is available in six flavors: espresso, hot, hot-brew, cold, cold-brew and black.

The coffee is currently priced at $60, but a limited number of units are also available in a limited time.

They’re only available in the company’s U.K. distribution area, and you’ll have to wait until April to buy one.

The Delonghises are an ancient family of coffee machines.They’ve been around for at least 200 years, making their coffee from…