Two new Breville coffee makers brew cups with robotic precision
Breville's $299 precision brewer thermal is no basic drip coffee pot.
The sophisticated kitchen appliance has an electronic pit controller And powered pump, which work together to deliver hot water to coffee grounds at the exact temperature and period of time, to brew delicious dripped coffee.
It lets you customize water temperature, pre-soak time, and total length of the brew process too.
You'll also be able to buy attachments to make pour-over The machine even steeps and strains grounds for cold brew by itself.
Expect the Precision to hit stores in September 2017.
Breville also just announced plans for the Breville Oracle Touch super automatic espresso machine.
It has a $2,500 price tag but will offer lots of slick abilities for the money.
It has two boilers One dedicated for pulling espresso shots, the other to supply steam for frothed milk.
The machine automatically grinds, doses and tamps coffee grounds by itself.
Likewise, it can steam milk into froth for cafe beverages on its own.
You interact with the appliance using a touch screen.
The interface will coach you towards making better coffee too, plus comes with a standard library of drinks you can tweak if you like.
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