August 14, 2013

Comocup Single Serve Coffee and Tea Brewer System

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Como Cup is a single serve coffee brewer that can produce single serve coffee and tea. It features brew selections o 6, 8, and 10 ounce cups of coffee and also a manual setting. There is direct line water plumbing, and a fully automatic design. It's interesting that this is not a K-Cup brewer in disguise, but it's own single cup system that won't use K-Cups or other single serve coffee pods.

Classic roast

  • Classic Roast: The perfect medium roast to perk-up your day, roasted with European tradition to develop a rich and sophisticated cup of coffee.
  • Classic Decaffeinated: Your favorite traditional roast without the buzz.
  • Euro Blend: Experience the world’s finest coffee blends. Start up your day with a delicious cup of full bodied dark roast coffee.
  • Smooth Roast: Colombia’s best coffee that produces a well-balanced medium roast, for those who demand that distinctive Colombian Arabica taste.
  • Green Tea: The perfect cup of tea for a better healthy body.
  • English Tea: Relax and enjoy a refreshing traditional cup of tea.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 14, 2013 5:32 AM
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