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Patented SteamBrew™ Technology is Ready to Steam, Tumble and Stir Up the Coffee Industry
VALENCIA, Calif., Feb. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A revolutionary new coffee-brewing technology is set to debut at the 2013 International Home + Housewares Show, March 2-5 in Chicago. iCoffee® by Remington® promises to shake up the industry by delivering the perfect cup of coffee, while letting coffee lovers watch the amazing process unfold with each brew.
The iCoffee SteamBrew™ technology steams, tumbles and stirs your favorite coffee to provide a superior release of exquisite coffee taste-profiles with none of the bitterness and acidity produced by conventional single-serve and drip-brewing methods.
For the first time in history, you can watch through iCoffee's BrewView™ window as a delightfully rich coffee crema is forming. Six patented rotational jets extract only the best from your favorite coffee, resulting in unprecedented, full-bodied favor in every cup.
As all coffee lovers know, there is nothing more satisfying than a perfectly smooth cup of coffee. The secret to achieving the perfect cup is that the iCoffee jets rotate, tumble and suspend the brewing coffee in the right combination of steam and piping hot water. This completely coaxes out all of the flavorful essences from the spinning coffee.
Currently, conventional drip-brewer sprinkler heads channel hot water unevenly through only a portion of the grounds. This causes the over-exposed grounds to become over-extracted, resulting in bitter and acidic aftertastes. Single-serve brewers pump hot water at excessive speeds through ground coffee, resulting in extraction of unwanted coffee flavors. Single-serve forfeits perfect coffee extraction for speed.
Conventional drip-brewers waste a lot of coffee because only a portion of the grounds are actually subject to being brewed properly. The crater formed in the drip-brew basket's spent grounds is evidence that a portion of the hot water did not completely and adequately contact all of the coffee grounds.
The iCoffee SteamBrew™ technology ensures that all the coffee is exposed to proper brewing conditions allowing consumers to save up to 15 percent on their coffee usage, without having to lose strength or flavor.
The iCoffee brewer will be introduced at the 2013 International Home + Housewares Show (IHHS), March 2-5 in Chicago. iCoffee is honored to be one of just 25 exhibitors chosen out of the more than 2100 exhibitors attending the show, to participate in the exclusive IHHS media reception. iCoffee is also honored to have its product displayed in the IHHS New Product Showcase. To get a sneak peek at iCoffee in action, visit us at booth L11760.
For more information about iCoffee, by Remington, please contact Gardi Wilks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-556-7511.
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