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Bunn-o-matic debuts 10-cup programmable coffeemaker in US

Published 03 November 2016

Dispensed beverage equipment manufacturer Bunn-O-Matic has introduced a new 10-cup programmable coffeemaker.

The professional grade home brewing system, which is available exclusively at Williams-Sonoma online, in catalogs and stores across the US.

Bunn claims that it developed professional grade Heat & Release Technology to deliver a smooth, flavorful cup of coffee.

The coffeemaker can be programmed in advance and has an indicator that alerts the user when it needs to be cleaned.

It says that while regular coffeemakers at home boil water to temperatures inconsistent for brewing and spray the water or the steam across the coffee grounds, often resulting in bitter tasting coffee.

But, the new coffeemaker from Bunn, heats the water to a consistent temperature and is released through multi-stream sprayhead that showers hot water evenly on the coffee grounds.

The coffeemaker is being debuted at a time when coffee is in high demand. The consumption of premium coffee beans is increasing along with the prevalence of specialty crafted brews.

The product is not only useful for morning coffee but can help in preparing variety of coffee mocktails, speciality drinks and iced coffee, which one can generally get in a cafe.

Bunn’s Heat & Release Technology comes with temperature control and has an exclusive 10 cup drip-free carafe ensures better tasting coffee from first sip to the last. Bunn is providing three years of warranty through its customer service in Springfield.

BUNN president and CEO Hy Bunn said: “We design all our equipment to deliver the best taste results.

"We engineered this newest home model for people who want to savor their coffee, whether navigating the morning commute or hosting family and friends for a relaxing meal."

Image: Bunn’s new programmable coffeemaker. Photo: Courtesy of BUNN/PR Newswire.