UNITED STATES - Remington Designs LLC, makers of a new single-serve brewing system, released the results of a study it commissioned to compare flavor of coffee brewed with its “spinning jets technology” in the iCoffee Opus SpinBrewer to that of a Keurig 2.0 brewer. The study used 12 panelists trained in descriptive analysis in the Sensory Science Group at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio to develop sensory profiles for the same single serve coffee, which was Starbucks House Blend K-Cup. As reported on the iCoffee website, the iCoffee brews tasted “… smoother with a more pleasant aftertaste and aroma.”
This month, the brand announced the impending arrival of the iCoffee Express to retailer Bed Bath & Beyond. According to the announcement, this product was designed with college students and anyone abiding in “microliving spaces” in mind.
Bruce Burrows, c.e.o. of iCoffee, said, “The Express – the second of five single serve models we are introducing in 2015 – speaks to the demand for appliances in a smaller, personal size while still providing coffee lovers with our signature iCoffee features and exceptional taste.”
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