Keurig has officially announced the new Keurig VUE Brewing System and V-Cups. The Vue system supports stronger bolder coffee, and the V-Cups are able to be recycled unlike the older K-Cup format. As of today there are over 33 V-Cups available for the VUE brewer which retails at $249. Also, the Keurig Vue can brew "frothy" drinks including Barista Prima Coffeehouse Café Mochas, Barista Prima Coffeehouse Sweetened Cappuccinos, and Barista Prima Coffeehouse Vanilla Lattes. It appears there will be both a milk V-Cup and a coffee V-Cup to make such milk based coffee drinks possible.
The Keurig Vue V700 Brewing System gives you total control to brew your way: stronger, bigger, hotter and with more choices than ever before. With an interactive Touchscreen and revolutionary new Custom Brew Technology Vue ensures every beverage is brewed to perfection, giving you perfect results - every cup, every time. And your choices are nearly limitless. In addition to coffee, tea, hot cocoa and iced beverages, Vue™ brews delicious café and specialty beverages as well. Includes a bonus variety of 10 Vue™ packs. This product is BPA free.
Fully programmable color Touchscreen
Brews in under one minute
Strength & Temperature control
Eight brew sizes - from 4oz. up to a full size 18oz. travel mug
Energy Savings Mode - Auto On/Off
Enjoy beverages hot or over ice
Brews frothy café beverages
Removable 74oz. water reservoir with easy fill, flip-top lid
Removable drip tray with adjustable plate
Here's a video of the VUE system in action:
There's been much speculation about the new format and as we get more details on the RFID technology, and other specifics of the VUE brewer and V-Cups we'll let you know.
The Keurig Vue V700 will be available in the coming weeks.
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