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APR-MAY 2019

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57 www.baristamagazine.com KINTO COMFORT Equator Coffee's Kinto tumbler is made of durable stainless steel with a leak-proof lid and compact form that won't easily scratch. It's vacuum-insulated for great heat and cold retention. The opening is wide but structurally designed to stop ice cubes and hot drinks from coming out and covering you in a gush. Basically, it's a commuter's dream—place it in the drink holder of your car or bicycle for stress-free drinking until the very last sip. www.equatorcoffees.com FULL STEAM AHEAD The new and improved Modbar Steam system allows for two taps to be paired with one module. Add steam capacity to an exciting layout or build an independent workstation. Aesthetically cohesive with the Modbar AV, the new ergonomic angled lever is easily turned on and off with a quick tap. The stand-alone steaming system provides consistent, dry solenoid-controlled steam in retail environments, reducing the need to purge while aiding the barista to focus on creating perfect silky milk. www.modbar.com DELICIOUSNESS IN A BOTTLE Tired of swapping out empty syrup bottles for new ones right in the middle of a rush? The folks at Barista 22 have got you covered with 64-ounce bottles of Vanilla, Caramel, Hazelnut, and Sugar-Free Vanilla syrups. What's more, your cost-per-ounce ends up being less than it would be with a standard 750-milliter bottle. Start the convenience and savings today with these big, beautiful bottles! www.barista22.com COLD-BREW CONVERSION PUCKPUCK is an attachment that turns any AeroPress Coffee Maker into a cold-brew drip system. Experience the smooth taste of slow-dripped coffee at home through your AeroPress. This innovative attachment allows for a controlled slow- dripping of water over a bed of coffee, creating a uniquely versatile cold brew that can be enjoyed over ice, in milk, or as a mixer with your cocktails. www.espressoparts.com

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