March 21, 2012

Esio Single Serve Coffee and Hot Cold Beverage System

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Walmart is headed into the single serve coffee game with the Esio Single Serve Coffee and Beverage system. The Esio Beverage System produces hot or cold beverages at the touch of a button including purified water, premium blend coffees in regular and decaffeinated varieties, fresh fruit juices, gourmet peach and green teas and vitamin fitness water. Each beverage contains less than 5 calories per serving and is made in seconds, all from one device.

Currently the Esio is not just at Walmart, but also available as franchises both in the home and commercial market. The larger floor standing models also take a large water cooler bottle so you have fresh water for all of the Esio beverages.

How does it work? You pick your favorite Esio-Pak and drop it in. Dial in the strength of your drink with the patented strength selector dial. Choose between hot or cold and get any tasty beverage in seconds.

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Esio will have a countertop version to compliment the larger floor standing model. We would imagine Walmart and others would carry this countertop version instead of the floor models.

We've never tried Esio, but we'll be tracking one down to review as soon as we can. The variety and method looks to be very much like Flavia in the delivery of these beverage packets.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 21, 2012 7:43 AM

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As with any new single serve offering I am intrigued with this one too. I watched the video and it appears that the packets are filled with a liquid concentrate that squirts out into the stream of water as it passes by. The video claims that 1 Esio packet can make up to 18 cups of coffee. This method seems fine for the sports drinks its offering but I can’t even begin to imagine what the coffee could possibly taste like. I am eagerly awaiting your review once they are available.


Posted by: ao at March 21, 2012 8:47 AM
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