September 10, 2010

Tassimo Pro T65 CUL Single Serve Coffee Maker Arrives for Review

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We've received the Tassimo T65 CUL Professional Single Serve Coffee and hot beverage system to review. Much like the consumer Tassimo T65, the professional model has upgraded components to meet the standards of being used in a workplace. There is also a larger T-300 Tassimo brewer, and we'll just have to see if the T65 is any different from the regular T65. One difference we know is the consumer T-Discs will not work in the commercial brewer because the bar code scanner is in a different location.

  • The new TASSIMO PROFESSIONAL T-300 and T-65 brings everything you love about the TASSIMO system to your workplace.
  • The TASSIMO PROFESSIONAL T-300 automatically ejects used T-DISCS and cleans to prepare for next beverage. Can be connected into a water line for continuous use
  • Provides the same specialty lattes, cappuccino and custom creations made with real-milk creamer and espresso
  • Delivers the same perfect cups of GEVALIA Coffee, TWININGS Tea and SUCHARD Hot Chocolate, prepared at the touch of a button

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 10, 2010 7:43 AM
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