December 18, 2005

Flavia Fusion Drinks Station

We were out shopping yesterday when we came across this Sharper Image Exclusive - the Flavia Fusion Hot Beverage Maker. We had wondered why Flavia was not in the world of Single Serve Home Coffee Makers because over 8 years ago we had our first Flavia coffee at a we had worked at.

Well - it looks like Flavia is in the game and with lots to offer. When you're around for over 10+ years you have 30 flavors at launch and we're sure you can perhaps have it down with regards to a decent machine. Priced at $119.99 at Sharper Image - we'll see what we can do to procure one. We do remember liking the hot chocolate over the coffee but perhaps the coffee has gotten better. Best of all - they come in different colors at launch including Red, Black, Aqua, and others.

Flavia Details:

Would you like to enjoy a fresh-brewed single cup of coffee, espresso, teas, latte, chai latte, cappuccino or hot chocolate anytime you want with push-button speed and convenience? Now you can, with FLAVIA FUSION Drinks Station, a Sharper Image exclusive. This new at-home brewing system uses a sealed, foil-fresh single-serving "filterpack" of leaf tea or fresh-ground coffee plus purified hot water at the optimal temperature to make a variety of cafe drinks with no hassle at all. Forget the kettle, carafe, strainer, filters, grinder and everything else, except your own mug! Even when making two or more different beverages, there's no need to clean the Drinks Station in between.

  • Single-serve drinks station brews 30+ flavorful drinks at the touch of a button
  • Revolutionary brew-by-pack technology uses Flavia Filterpacks for hassle-free brewing
  • Adjustable height accommodates various cup sizes, even a travel mug Removable, large-capacity water tank; activated-charcoal water filter included
  • Measures 9 by 14 by 13 inches

B000Almlva.01. Scthumbzzz -1B000Almlvu.01. Scthumbzzz -1Purchase includes plug-in Drinks Station, a travel mug and 34 filterpacks across the impressive selection; mild-, smooth- and bold-roast coffees (including decaffeinated); classic and green teas; choco; plus creamy toppings, syrups and sprinkles for specialty concoctions. Order more filterpacks at One-year warranty.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at December 18, 2005 3:52 PM
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If anyone out there has any promotional codes to use for the Flavia Fusion please contact me asap.

Posted by: Barb at March 5, 2006 11:53 AM

How do I place an order?

Posted by: Jane Cole at January 18, 2006 2:14 PM

I have a Flavia SB100, which is for small businesses, but my old had the bigger Flavia machine and I liked it. It fell out of use for a number of reasons and I migrated back to my French press. I wanted to try the pod based single cup coffee makers and finally did, finding even the "bold" blend to be thin and weak, but with a good creama.

At a local mall, after Christmas, Flavia had a kiosk and at my wife's urging, I bought the Fusion drinks station. It's great! Simple to use, with more options, including the ability to put a foamed topping in the cup first, then coffee or choco. I got the same deal as described for Sharper Image, plus they threw in 20 packs more. My favorite so far is the Italian roast.

Posted by: Mark at January 11, 2006 11:21 PM
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