HomePage News presents a Year in Review, a gallery of key product introductions from 2023. This gallery looks at electric coffee and tea makers.
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The Aqua Optima Aurora Instant Filtered Coffee Dispenser is a programmable coffeemaker with a 10-cup glass carafe that has seven different brew sizes, seven hot water dispenser volumes and seven hot water temperatures. The design blends the best features of a premium coffeemaker, hot water dispenser, tea kettle and water filter pitcher into one appliance.
The Jura Giga 10 features two bean containers, each with its own grinder and a panorama panel designed for ease of use and an intuitive operating concept. The machine brews a full range of hot drinks from espresso to flat white and offers cold brew specialties through Jura’s Cold Extraction Process.
The Dash Rapid Cold Brew Coffee Maker uses the company’s VacuPress Technology, a brewing process designed to extract the maximum flavor for a smooth batch of mild, regular or bold-style cold brew in nine minutes with ground coffee or tea leaves. The cold brew has a clean, sediment-free finish with less acidity and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 10 days.
The Capresso CoffeeTeam GS allows users to personalize their brew by how much coffee, fineness of the grind and coffee strength. The machine grinds whole coffee beans using professional-grade steel burrs. The slow grinding process creates minimal heat, preserving aroma and producing a more uniform grind than blades.
The Bene Casa 6-cup Portable Electric Espresso Maker from MBR Industries offers one-touch control for espresso on the go. Simply choose the amount of espresso to make (it has both three- and six-cup options) with the filter adaptor and the machine takes the rest from there. It has an automatic shut-off, which allows it to brew without burning, while a 30-minute “keep warm” filter keeps the brew at a comfortable ready-to-sip temperature.
The K-Iced brewers by Keurig offer consumers the option of iced or hot coffee. The brewers feature a Brew Over Ice option that automatically adjusts the brew temperature, starting hotter to extract the full flavor of the ground coffee, then cooling down to minimize the melting of ice, according to the company.
The Jura J8 offers the exclusive “Sweet Foam” function that flavors milk foam with a hint of syrup, offering users a choice of flavor, sweetness and intensity. A sweet latte can be brewed using amaretto, hazelnut, butterscotch, vanilla, gingerbread, tangerine, lavender or cherry. The J8 offers 31 specialties with multiple variations due to the flavor choices.
The Bru Maker One can personalize a cup of tea while reducing water waste involved in traditional kettle brewing. A Bru machine makes tea brewing more precise and convenient and makes the tea-making process simple and seamless, acknowledging each person’s individual preferences, whichever type of tea is chosen.
The Café TS is a compact, touchscreen espresso machine with a built-in steam wand that produces frothy foam or steamed milk for lattes, cappuccinos and other specialty drinks. The machine can brew from freshly ground coffee and has a removable 50-oz. water tank.
Jura’s E6 is designed to brew up classic black coffee specialties to perfection – plus cappuccino thanks to its ‘Easy Cappuccino’ function. The coffee machine also has the capability to prepare two espressi or coffees at the same time.
Compiled by Elizabeth Dempsey, Contributing Editor.