On the heels of the U.S. debut of its coffee, Tchibo, a leading European coffeehouse, has released The Tchibo single-serve coffeemaker.
The Tchibo leverages high-tech, innovative German engineering, complemented by a unique bean-to-brew technology to produce the lowest amount of waste possible, with no filters or pods. A built-in reservoir holds 37 ounces of water, and the coffee hopper, with aroma protect sealing, is adjustable from 5 to 10 ounces, allowing for multiple cup sizes. Users can adjust the grinder degrees for stronger or weaker aroma preferences. Maintenance is minimal with components that can be removed easily for cleaning.
“With Tchibo, it is not when you make the coffee, it is how you make it. Beyond the bean, our ‘fresher by design’ promise is embodied in the Tchibo machine. Innovatively engineered, The Tchibo offers the freshest, most unique coffee experience from the comfort of home,” said Thomas Linemayr, CEO, Tchibo. “The U.S. is home to the most discerning coffee connoisseurs in the world; we cannot wait for them to enjoy the full Tchibo experience.”
The Tchibo is available for purchase on the company’s website and retails for the introductory price of $349, including two free 30-ounce bags of Tchibo Röst Frisch whole bean coffee. Tchibo launched in the U.S. in October 2020, and is available at select retailers in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri and Wisconsin, as well as the Tchibo website.