On the heels of the U.S. debut of its coffee, Tchibo, a leading European coffeehouse, has released The Tchibo single-serve coffeemaker.
Taking a new design approach, Keurig has launched its new platform, Brew the Love Collaborations, which celebrates some of the brand’s biggest fans through partnerships to design their own Keurig collection. For its first-ever collaboration, Keurig partnered with designer Jonathan Adler, on a limited edition, boldly designed K-Mini Brewer with matching mug and K-Cup pod canister.
Keurig’s K-Select coffee brewer made IRI’s 2019 New Product Pacesetters list of non-foods bestsellers.
Hiroia, a joint venture between Hario, a Japanese manual coffee brewer manufacturer and Proch, a Taiwanese manufacturer, will debut the smart-enabled Samantha automatic pour over brewer in the U.S.
PicoBrew has introduced Pico MultiBrew, a kitchen countertop brewing appliance that is said to use advanced software and hardware to brew high-quality coffee. The MultiBrew is also capable of brewing tea, kombucha, beer and other specialty beverages like horchata in various sizes.
Amor Perfecto, a Colombia-based coffee roaster, has teamed with a local inventor to launch the FrankOne electric coffeemaker through a Kickstarter campaign.
Frieling is introducing the Zassenhaus Pour-Over Brewer to the U.S. market. The company is the exclusive U.S. distributor of Zassenhaus.