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FEB-MAR 2014

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ST UFF:P R O DU CT S TOP BARISTAS LOVE THE MYTHOS ONE Nuova Simonelli's Mythos One is the first on-demand grinder that incorporates the innovative Clima Pro Technology. It is equipped with the Clump Crusher, which allows regulated output flow for any blend of coffee. The new filter holder handle keeps the barista's hands free during the delivery of the dose. The Mythos One also has smart temperature management of the milling chamber, and simple programming features. It's a grinder that is perfect for high-volume cafés, as its technology assures maximum and constant quality of each delivery. www.nuovasimonelli.com ARE YOU A JOURNEYMAN, ENTERTAINER, CHEMIST, OR VOYAGER? Stumptown Coffee Roasters rolled out four gorgeous new brew kits recently, and there's one to suit your lifestyle perfectly—promise! There's the Journeyman; the Voyager; the Chemist; and the Entertainer, which is pictured here. The Entertainer gives you the ability to brew superb coffee without a lot of work. It comes with a Bonavita Thermal Carafe Brewer; a Baratza Virtuso burr grinder; Melitta filters; a Stumptown mug; a 12-ounce bag of Hairbender; and an AWS scale. In addition, all kits come with a carpenter's pencil and a custom brew guide. www.stumptowncoffee.com REAL FRUIT, REALLY AND TRULY Jet encourages operators to pick fruit first by choosing Real Fruit Smoothies made with 100-percent all-natural fruit and no preservatives. Real fruit is the first ingredient listed, creating the bold, fresh-picked flavor that Jet is known for. Made from real fruit puree, natural flavors, and no artificial preservatives, the fruit flavor consumers want is maintained by Jet's innovative aseptic packaging. Available in 10 flavors including Strawberry Bomb, Mango Mania, Extreme Peach, and Wildberry Blast. www.mydrinkworks.com/Jet 46 barista magazine

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