August 12, 2014
The Bosch Tassimo Suny coffee maker is the compact coffee maker that follows Tassimo Vivy and is available in Autumn Red, Midnight Black and Pacific Blue. Suny comes with the Smart Start function and designed for the coffee drinkers with a wide taste in beverages.
- No warm up time and your first cup is ready immediately.
- Patented IntelliBrew system ensures that every drink is made with the proper amount of water at perfect temperature
- The coffee maker scans the necessary input from the optical bar code of the inserted T Disc scans.
- To change your coffee strength and intensity, you can manually shorten the brewing process.
The Tassimo Suny can make more than 40 hot and cold drinks, including many types of coffees and espressos, chocolates, teas and milk drinks. Price is around € 100.
At Bosch via Appliancist
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August 11, 2014
We’ve been working our way through Nespresso’s VertuoLine capsule line-up for the past several weeks and while we tried to find meaning behind the capsule names, we just kept thinking in the back of our minds that they were named after would-be Italian X-Men characters. From the strongest espresso in the line-up (Diavolitto) to the strongest coffee in the line-up (Stormio), the names seem to invoke a sense of darkness & intrigue. Whatever the inspiration for the naming may be, we decided to forge ahead with today’s review of Nespresso's VertuoLine Stormio Capsules. Would the strongest coffee be as strong as the strongest espresso on the VertuoLine system? Let’s find out. Continue reading: "Nespresso VertuoLine Stormio Capsules Review"
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August 8, 2014
Storing all of you K-Cups within brewer reach can be daunting and messy. Home-It K-Cup storage drawers removes the mess and holds 42 K-Cup Pods. It’s easy to clean if you get coffee spills on top, and there are rubber mat feet to absorb nasty brewing vibrations.
At Home-it 42 K-Cup Holder Storage Drawer.
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August 7, 2014
To us this Ceramic Treasure Coffee Mug looks like it’s melting into the table or at least phasing into it. This mug is definitely different and sure to get some looks around the office or at your house when guests are over. It comes in black or white ceramic.
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August 6, 2014
Krups is at it again with another small footprint super-automatic espresso maker called the Latt’Espress. The Latt'Espress key feature is an integrated, removable 0.6 liter milk container and you can store in the fridge. The container is connected to the steam wand and the steamed milk is transported directly to the coffee spout. With the single push of the button the EA8298 can make a cappuccino with deliciously creamy milk froth.
Like all Krups automatic coffee machines, the compact EA8298 Latt'Espress is equipped with Advanced Thermoblock System. The stainless steel brewing chamber and hydraulic tamping system ensure the optimal processing and extraction of coffee grounds.
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August 5, 2014
Over at The Verge they’ve done a pretty good job summing up the answer to this articles headline. Will Keurig Green Mountain be able to stop you from buying knockoff K-Cups with the upcoming Keurig 2.0 DRM?Given the rise of aftermarket knockoff K-Cups the Keurig 2.0 DRM better work. In the second half of last year alone, private-label cups went from 7 percent of the market to 14 percent. A report from Credit Suisse published in June found that sales of private-label cups grew by 203 percent over the last year, while Keurig’s Green Mountain cups grew by only 12 percent. Ouch.
How does the DRM work in the new Keurig 2.0 brewer? An infrared light shines on the ink marking and registers the wavelength of the light reflected back on the top of Keurig Brewed K-Cups. If the Keurig 2.0 maker likes what it sees then the brewer will brew. We’re betting this DRM in Keurig 2.0 won’t last long but it will probably last long enough to launch the brewer and have Keurig Green Mountain grant licenses to the major knockoff K-Cup makers.
Read the rest over at The Verge. It’s nice to see the larger press starting to pick up on single serve coffee.
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August 4, 2014
Nescafé is taking over the cups and mugs of people all over the world with instant coffee. Keurig Green Mountain, accounted for just 5 percent of the global market in terms of value in 2014, Nescafé accounted for 44 percent of the instant coffee market in terms of value, and 40 percent of retail volume.
That’s an amazing number, and we are surprised the single serve coffee market isn’t bigger world wide, but it does show the opportunity Keurig Green Mountain has with “fresh” coffee.
Here are some other tidbits on instant coffee around the world:
- Britons consumption of instant coffee ‘continues to record strong growth in the UK. In fact, British consumers account for nearly a third of the instant coffee sold in all of Western Europe:
- Wholebean instant?A kind of instant coffee called Kenco Milicano, which is a mixture of actual coffee and soluble powder that the company oddly describes as the world’s first ‘wholebean instant.’
- Hybrid instant drinks like lattes and cappuccinos will lead the instant category’s market growth in the UK and beyond.
Via Daily Coffee News
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August 1, 2014
Chefman My Barista is quicker than most other single serve coffee brewers. The Chefman My Barista is compatible with K-Cups and ground coffee. There’s a cartridge that holds both K-Cups and a filter for ground coffee. Chefman My Barista will fit up to 16oz travel mugs, and brews in just 6 seconds. It’s also very compact - the Chefman My Barista is coffee your way and on demand.
Availability is limited right now, but expect it to roll out to Amazon and others. You should be able to find it at a Tuesday Morning store as well soon.
Video after the jump. Continue reading: "Chefman My Barista Single Serve Coffee Maker - Use K-Cups or Ground Coffee"
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July 31, 2014
Maybe we should have called this article “Two Great Tastes that Come Together”, but we’re pretty sure that’s for another chocolate bar / cup creation. High-end chocolatier Christopher Elbow Chocolates and Topeka, Kansas-based PT’s Coffee Roasting are partnering to bring to market a packaged coffee bar tasting experience based on singularity — coffee origin and chocolate varietal.
The three-bar line, with 3.5-ounce bars that are currently available at both companies’ retail stores for $8.50, and the bars will soon be distributed to specialty food shops and coffee shops throughout the United States.
The bars are available in the following flavor combinations:
- 64 percent Dark Madagascar Cacao blended with Ethiopian Deri Kochoha Coffee with flavor notes of raspberry, butterscotch and lemon verbena.
- 72 percent Venezuelan Cacao blended with Colombia Finca Santa Maria Coffee with flavor notes of honey, key lime and white grape.
- 46 percent Milk Chocolate from the Dominican Republic blended with Sumatra Karo Highlands Coffee with flavor notes of cola, tobacco and dark chocolate."
Via Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
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July 30, 2014
The Madrone River Table by Greg Klassen Furniture is simply a work of art in a table. The middle of the split pieces of wood is a blue water glass top that makes it seem like a river is flowing through the table. It’s an amazing design, and we simply couldn’t wait to share it with our Single Serve Coffee readers. We can imagine having a cup of coffee and reading some Flipboard with a river flowing through our coffee table nearby. Amazing.
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