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APR-MAY 2019

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PERFORMANCE THAT JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER You know that Baratza Virtuoso grinder that you've loved for years and years? Well, they just went and made it even better! Introducing the Virtuoso+, an upgrade and replacement of the current Virtuoso. In response to customer requests, the timer switch has been updated to a digital display while all the other trusty parts have been kept the same. The 40-second digital timer allows you to easily set a repeatable dose. With intuitive adjustments to the 10th of a second, the everyday grind just got even better. Shipping starts April 17 at $249 each. COOL CARTOGRAPHICAL COASTERS Each of Temple's Coffee Farm Coasters features a topographical map depicting one of four coffee farms. The featured farms represent some of their longest working relationships, and they're justifiably proud to showcase each one. Let the coasters hold your beloved cup of coffee just as Temple holds the farmers' product to the highest standards. Join Temple in celebrating the hard work and dedication of these remarkable coffee farmers with these compelling coasters. A CLEAN SWEEP Pällo's GrindMinder 2.0 countertop brush head is 1.5 inches longer than the original Pällo GrindMinder's countertop brush head, allowing for quicker access to larger areas. Convert the Pällo GrindMinder 2.0 to a countertop and grinder brush by adding a grinder bristle head. (Two-pack grinder bristle heads sold separately.) OATS ARE READING FIVE BY FIVE Elmhurst Barista Editions are a plant-based answer to all of coffee's possibilities. Crafted using a unique method, this Barista Edition of Milked Oats unlocks the nutritional potential of the oat, with 16 grams of whole grain per serving, and no added gums or emulsifiers. Most importantly, it performs. From silky microfoam to velvety cappuccino, Elmhurst's simple five-ingredient oat milk is a balanced, versatile tool for any barista.

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