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OCT-NOV 2018

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S T U F F : P R O D U C T S NITRO SO EASY It's easier than you think to bring nitro into your café, thanks to NitroBrew. With prices beginning at $355, the NitroBrew system allows you to transform your coffee (not to mention beer, tea, or any other beverage) into a rich, thick nitro brew. A typical kit consists of a kettle, charger, and oil-free air compressor. You don't need consumables with this setup—just air! www.nitrobrew.com AWARD-WINNING CUPPING BOWLS Recognized as one of the Best New Products at Coffee Fest, Brewista Cupping Bowls are handmade from high-quality porcelain and retain heat better than glass or plastic. As coffee can be perceived as having a lighter taste when sampled from a white cupping bowl, Brewista Cupping Bowls are glazed black inside and out to negate visual influence. Best of all, the included porcelain lids can be laser-engraved with a roaster or coffee shop logo—no minimum order quantity. www.mybrewista.com CLEVER ENDEAVOR Level up your shelf presence with a Clever your customers want to buy. The new packaging is eye-catching and stylish, but no worries: It contains the same amazing brewer that's earned Clever a reputation for being one of the easiest ways to achieve extraordinar y coffee. This new look is available exclusively from Eight Ounce Coffee. www.eightouncecoffee.com FABULOUS FLAVORS FOR FALL The changing of the leaves is a good marker for a menu change as well, and 1883 has some striking, delectable flavors to inspire you in your seasonal drink game. Consider such palate pleasers as Tarragon or Falernum, and even Spicy Cayenne Pepper or yummy fudgy Brownie, all syrups from 1883 that give you endless opportunities to craft a signature drink menu unlike anyone else's. Visit www.1883.com for recipes and inspiration. www.1883.com 52 barista magazine

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