Breville has expanded its assortment of small electrics with the recent debut of its Precision Brewer, a 12-cup drip coffeemaker said by the company to offer adjustable temperature control by using digital (PID) technology.
According to the company, the new coffeemaker offers optimized water flow and contact time through its patent-pending seep and release valve. This allows the end user to brew a variety of coffee styles from pour over to cold brew. The brewer’s PID technology allows users to choose between several brew modes that include SCA certified “Gold Cup,” cold brew, over ice, my brew and pour over. An adapter is sold separately for the pour over method.
“The innovative PID technology, thermo-coil heater and a dedicated pump, typically seen in espresso machines, allows for precise and adjustable temperature control and optimal water flow,” said Phil McKnight, global beverage business manager, Breville Pty Limited.
In addition, the Precision Brewer is also equipped with Small Cup Detection that is said by the company to brew a single cup of coffee, and a fast mode that brews 12 cups of coffee in less than seven minutes. The unit carries a minimum advertised price of $299.99 and is now available at Williams Sonoma and Seattle Coffee Gear.