November 29, 2011

Bunn Trifecta - The Single Serve Brewer for Baristas


Bunn has created a new single serve coffee brewer for baristas called trifecta. Aimed to take on the Clover market, the Bunn Trifecta automatic single cup coffee brewer allows your barista to unlock the nuances of each individual coffee ground. The end result is a unique, full-bodied coffee experience that your customers are sure to love! The Bunn Trifecta automatic single cup coffee brewer is ETL and NSF Listed. It requires a 120V electrical connection for operation and comes with a cord and NEMA 5-15P plug.

Note the trifecta is currently only available in a cafe version and it not for home yet, but we're not sure there's anything stopping you from purchasing the $3000+ trifecta either.

Using an air infusion single cup process, trifecta brews so that each coffee's unique voice resonates. Bunn trifecta Brewing Phases:


Wetting - The saturation of the coffee grounds can be controlled to get the percentage of water and pause appropriate for that coffee.


Extraction - Controlled air is injected into a pressurized chamber to agitate the coffee at just the right time. The result is a uniform extraction and complex beverage sure to please any coffee lover.


Hydrolysis - Air presses the beverage through a metal screen that filters out coffee grounds while preserving coffee oils and aromatics for a deep-bodied, unique coffee experience.

At the trifecta experience

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 29, 2011 5:21 AM
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