May 6, 2008

Teas and Cocoa Come to Lavazza Blue Single Serve Coffee System


Café-Razzi just introduced a new line up of teas and cocoas for the Lavazza Blue System in addition to the single serve espresso capsules. In contrast to other single serve alternatives, the Lavazza Blue is the only system besides the Tassimo that makes a great espresso, American coffee, tea or cocoa. The K Cup and Flavia systems make a good traditional American style filter coffee, flavored coffee, tea and hot chocolate, but lack high pressure steam to make a true espresso, cappuccino or latte. Nespresso makes a good espresso, but falls short on teas and hot chocolate, but they do have the Lattissima system that does make an amazing latte.

The Tea line up consists of Black, Lemon, Green, Green Fusion, Mint, Chamomile, Fruit and Berry offering a choice of regular and decaffeinated blends. The cocoa is dark rich and super easy to make. It comes as a duo pack of cocoa powder and milk capsules. These new Teas and Cocoa will work in your office or home, use either the LavazzaBlue Pininfarina Pro (LB2210) and Pininfarina Home (LB1010) machines. The strength of the LavazzaBlue system is still the espresso, but it’s great to know you can also make a delicious tea and cocoa whenever you want as well.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 6, 2008 8:00 AM
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