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Coffee fans always appreciate a nicely brewed cup of coffee. Some models such as the Immerset promise a rewarding coffee experience, and they are now being joined by a new design called Invergo. The folks behind it are targeting the consumer market with a pour-over machine that improves extraction and saturation.
Invergo’s main novelty is how the ground coffee is treated and extracted. It features a patent-pending technology called Autospout, which ensures the coffee is evenly saturated. This is thanks to a pouring system that consists of a single stream of water that comes down in a rolling, circular pattern. This reportedly prevents the coffee from turning out bitter.
Another aspect of coffee-making that is key to arriving at a tastier result is the temperature of the water. Invergo uses a computer-controlled sensor that ensures the water temperature remains stable throughout the brewing cycle.
Coffee lovers also appreciate a cup that is well balanced with a good body so the composition of the drink needs to be right. Therefore, Invergo uses the Specialty Coffee Association of America’s Gold Cup ratio. According to the organization, this means the coffee brewing formula is 92 to 120 g of coffee per 1.9L of water.
For those who like their coffee cold are catered for with the cold brew function. Heating is turned off and the unit dispenses small doses of water over a long period of time.
Among the smart features the machines offer are the possibility of storing user settings so they can replicate a perfect cup, and programming the coffee maker, which should save time in the morning.
Invergo is compatible with a range of pour-over units, including models such as the Chemex and Hario V60s. The design has been made flexible, so the drip tray can be removed to accommodate larger cups. In fact, the machine allows the user to make from a small cup of around 140 ml to a carafe holding 1.5 L.
The machine should be compatible with any kitchen size as it takes little space and the whole package includes a pour-over cone and a thermal carafe.
Invergo is currently fundraising on Kickstarter.
Let me introduce you to the Bruer – a cold brew coffee maker. The Cold Bruer is a simple and transparent way to make slow drip cold brewed coffee in the comfort of your own home. Made from all high quality materials like Borosilicate Glass, Stainless Steel, and Foodgrade Silicone, the Cold Bruer makes up to 20 ounces (591 ml) of naturally sweet cold brew in as little as 46 hours. Unlike the full immersion method, the Cold Bruer’s slowdrip process creates a clean, smooth cold brew that highlights the natural sweetness and differentiated flavour characteristics of the coffee beans without the possibility of over extraction. The elegantly simple product is easy to use, easy to clean, and adds transparency to the process of brewing.
Using the slow drip cold brewing process, Cold Bruer produces a less acidic and less bitter cup, highlighting the smooth natural sweetness of the coffee.Once set-up, no additional attention is needed. Start brewing before bed or while at work. Cold brew coffee stays fresh for weeks. The adjustable valve allows experimentation with different extraction rates. Slow drip methodology eliminates the risk of over extraction, a common issue with full immersion cold brewing.
The updated Cold Bruer features a slimmer carafe with a more compact structure that complements the internal glass coffee chamber while maintaining all of its brewing capacity. Bruer has also increased the thickness of all the glass components, making this Cold Bruer much more durable than the previous model.
“We’ve incorporated the feedback of our early adopters to make the Cold Bruer even better,” says co-founder Andy Clark.
“Our consumers were requesting improved durability to withstand the everyday bumps and grinds of a busy lifestyle, so we’re doing just that.” The more elegant brewer “takes up less space on busy countertops and in overcrowded refrigerators and dishwashers and allows for more portability.”
In addition to improved durability and slimmer design, the new Cold Bruer features additional user friendly improvements. New water and coffee line measurements to simplify the setup process, eliminating the need to measure your coffee and water; just fill to the lines, set the drip rate, and let the brewing commence. And since cold brew stays fresh for up to two weeks if properly stored, the silicone lid now features a detachable middle insert that fits airtight into the narrow mouth of the carafe, keeping your cold brew fresher for longer.
The Cold Bruer was available after a Kickstarter campaign and is now available in coffee shops and retail stores worldwide, and on its website http://www.bruer.co.