Everyone wants to enjoy the perfect cup of coffee; however, many are unhappy with the coffee they make at home.
Drip coffee makers have been in worldwide use for more than 40 years. The coffee brewer industry has reached commodity status because the original drip coffee patents have long expired. Drip brewers unevenly rain hot water down on only a portion of the coffee grounds, as evidenced by the crater in the grounds formed while brewing. Unfortunately, this results in the over-extraction of unwanted acidic and bitter coffee oils, making perfect coffee extraction impossible.
The single-serve coffee maker is popular because it is fast, easy to use and convenient. Unfortunately, a noisy pump is needed to quickly force hot water through finely ground coffee at excessive speeds, resulting in over-extraction of unwanted acidic and bitter coffee oils. Single serve forfeits perfect coffee extraction for speed.
Coffee drinkers love how their favorite coffee tastes smoother using the French Press brewing process.
The French Press completely surrounds and suspends coffee grounds with hot water, extracting exquisite coffee flavors with none of the bitter, acidic aftertaste. Unfortunately, the French Press is inconvenient, time consuming and will not make 12 cups.
Remington shares the coffee lover’s passion for exquisite coffee flavor. Watch through the BrewViewTM window as iCoffee’s SteamBrew technology utilizes six rotational water jets to completely surround, suspend, stir and steam your favorite coffee in piping hot water ensuring that the bitter acidic oils produced by conventional brewing is, fortunately, a thing of the past.
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 evenly and fully exposed to the perfect brewing conditions allowing more extraction of your favorite coffee. This saves up to 15% on coffee usage, while maintaining strength and exquisite flavor.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 February 2013 05:32
Drip coffee makers have been in worldwide use for more than 40 years. The coffee brewer industry has reached commodity status because the original drip coffee patents have long expired.
With the drip brewing method, hot water unevenly rains down on only a portion of the coffee grounds, as evidenced by the crater that is formed in the grounds after brewing. Unfortunately, this uneven channeling of hot water results in the over-extraction of unwanted acidic and bitter coffee oils, making perfect coffee extraction impossible.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 January 2013 22:15
The single serve coffee maker has grown in popularity because it is fast, easy to use and convenient. This brewing method uses a noisy pump to force hot water quickly through the ground coffee in the single serve cup. While this excessive speed of hot water is necessary for a fast cup of coffee, the unfortunate disadvantage of this speed dilemma is over-extraction, a formidable barrier to brewing a good tasting, smooth cup of coffee.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 January 2013 20:39