Bonaverde Self Roasting Coffee Machine

Bonaverde Self Roasting Coffee Machine

Posted October 7, 2014 at 2:45pm
by Yoav Levytam
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According to Bonaverde, consumers should not only grind and brew their coffee themselves, but they should also be able to roast it. With that thought in mind they developed the first coffee machine in the world that can turn the green, raw coffee beans into black, fresh filter coffee - at a single push of a button. In addition to the unusually fresh and mild taste, the main idea is to cut out all intermediate steps in the further processing of the beans - conventional coffee goes through up to 17 steps between farmer and consumer - and by that be able to pay coffee farmers better prices.

Bonaverde consists of a small team of young, entrepreneurial Berliners who set out to revolutionize the world of coffee. A few years ago, the founder Hans Stier started out with a vision: build the world's first coffee machine that cannot only grind and brew, but also roast coffee. This is where that dream has taken him.

With the help of the Kickstarter community the worlds first roast grid brew coffee machine was born.

Stainless steel. Crafted to last. Designed to be visible for coffee lovers. Take a look through heat-proof glass and observe the roasting. The clear, fogless chamber encourages viewing and enhances the enjoyment of a process that used to happen miles from your home. And it’s not just its appearance – the roasting element is nearly self-aware. The intelligent heating system continuously regulates temperatures. The temperature is indicated by changing illumination within the chamber.

Adjustable Grinding Options
Now that your delectable coffee has been roasted to perfection, an adjustable grinder allows you to designate the exact degree of grinding you prefer. Bonaverde's high strength cone grinder reduces grinding time and increases coffee powder consistency.

Enjoy Coffee at its Best
Using the Rain Shower Brewing Method, Bonaverde makes sure that all the different flavours of coffee has to offer unfold. As the black gold brews, it is deposited into our beautiful double-walled glass carafe. Designed and built in the Bonaverde labs to ensure the highest coffee pleasure, this is a jug full of coffee as fair and honest as it can get.

LED Status Indicators
Making coffee shouldn’t be an annoying duty but an adventure. Convenient & intuitive. Bonaverde's Swipe & Brew concept and the intelligent light indicators brings coffee making to the 21st century. No need to read long descriptions. No need to understand dozens of misleading icons. At a simple glance, you can say if your machine is in stand-by, working, or paused due to an issue. LED indicators will notify you. How brilliant is that?

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alexbret - July 26, 2018 at 5:30am
The best coffee roasting machines for small commercial use are the ones that suit your needs best. By this, I mean the roasting equipment that gives you the most control. A lot of small coffee roasting machines don’t give you full control over both air, heat and drum speed - you need all 3 in order to control and experiment fully with coffee. custom essay writing
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rosesandra - May 24, 2018 at 8:43am
Which coffee machine? I appreciate my 'suitable' coffee that I find in bistro's and restaurants and am scanning for a tolerable home coffee making machine. Regardless, coursework writing service uk I don't know which to go for-a channel machine, a 'unit' machine or one that truly takes beans. It's only for the odd compartment like the primary coffee customer in the family and I have a budgetary arrangement of about £100. Any direction?
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Hans Stier - October 7, 2014 at 8:13pm
You should check out the feedback from more than 300 kickstarter backers who helped get this project moving who are absolutely fuming at this company's bait and switch. The machine is locked down so you have to buy very expensive coffee through their own infrastructure. I'd be amazed if this company still exists in 5 years which would leave this machine useless to all
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sharlynharville - January 15, 2018 at 2:01pm
Which espresso machine? I cherish my 'appropriate' espresso that I find in bistro's and eateries and am searching for a decent home espresso making machine. In any case, help with assignment I don't know which to go for-a channel machine, a 'unit' machine or one that really takes beans. It's just for the odd container similar to the main espresso consumer in the family unit and I have a financial plan of about £100. Any guidance?
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