Taking a sip: the newest coffee products of 2021

Taking a sip: the newest coffee products of 2021

While coffee is a craft — grown, roasted and prepared by artisans — the industry is built on innovation and technology. Lily Kubota, editor of Roast Magazine, a trade publication dedicated to the success and growth of the specialty coffee industry, highlights the technological advancements that have been brewing in coffee over the past year.

The sleek new model features fill lines for coffee grounds and water, an all-directional pour lid and enhanced filtration mesh to keep sludge out of your cup. Other thoughtful touches include an insulated stainless steel heat-lock design and nonstick coating for easy clean up.

Swiss manufacturer Tone Kaffeemaschinen has revealed its latest commercial coffee brewing machine, the Tone Touch 03. The brewer’s intelligent programming allows for precise and consistent dispensing of the desired water quantity, and it can memorize up to 60 recipes of your favorite coffee and tea creations. Along with volumetric controls, Tone temperature stability ensures extraction precision for ideal taste. The new machine is designed to quickly heat water for single-cup brews or larger drip brews of up to 2 liters.

Sample roaster maker Ikawa has added to its line the Pro100 model, with a batch capacity of 120 grams. Consistent, repeatable, easy to use and hands-free, the Pro100 saves time, improves quality and connects users to a global network of roast profiles. The Pro100 was specifically designed for coffee professionals who like up to 100 grams of roasted coffee per batch. The Pro100 has nearly the same dimensions as the ProV3 sample roaster but offers double the roasting capacity.

Espresso machine manufacturer La Marzocco introduces an update to its GB5 commercial model, first introduced in 2005 and named in honor of Giovanna Bambi (wife of Piero Bambi). The launch of the next-generation GB5 captures the spirit of the original design and temperature stability while modernizing the look of the machine and embodying the essence of product aesthetics and ergonomics. The GB5 comes in two new versions: GB5 X and GB5 S.

There is never a wrong time or place for the MiiR Camp Cup, which is now available in four sizes. It sings all the right notes, from double-wall vacuum insulation and ergonomic handle to a hardshell powder coat and splash-proof press-fit slide lid. This cup will work hard and bring you joy daily.

Italian espresso machine maker Sanremo has taken its first step outside of the commercial equipment box with the addition of a compact, home-kitchenfriendly machine called the Sanremo Cube. The Italy-based manufacturer describes the new single-group machine as semiprofessional, appropriate for at-home or commercial use.

Coffee equipment maker Weber Workshops is shifting gears, both literally and figuratively, with the HG-2. The next generation of the brand’s high-end countertop manual coffee grinder has a new design, which continues the physical format of its predecessor, the HG-1, featuring the same pre-seasoned 83-millimeter titanium-nitride-coated conical burrs and all-analog, electronics-free ethos.

Espresso Parts is proud to announce the official U.S. launch of the Ascaso commercial lineup consisting of the Barista T Plus and the Baby T Plus models. Both machines are packed full of innovative technology and are set to be distributed in fall 2021.

Franke Coffee Systems America is expanding its successful A-Line series of Super Automatic Equipment with the new A1000 FLEX. This brewer combines the best of both worlds, delivering traditionally brewed coffee and espresso beverages, hot or iced, in one machine.

German commercial coffee grinder manufacturer Mahlkönig recently revealed the X54 Allround grinder, the first machine in a new line of products under the Mahlkönig Home banner. The Allround’s name references both form and function. As its cylindrical body echoes the German manufacturer’s current line of commercial espresso grinders, the Allround has been explicitly designed as a grinder for homecoffee enthusiasts.

The recently launched espresso machine is built to suit the needs of coffee shops for fluid workflow and optimum quality of drinks. Bolstered by the experience of the Aurelia, Nuova Simonelli has designed a coffee machine that’s even more flexible, with high productivity and consistent results.

About Roast Magazine

Roast is a trade magazine dedicated to the success and growth of the specialty coffee industry. Roast addresses the art, science and business of coffee by covering the issues most important to the industry, with high-quality editorial focused on the technical aspects of coffee.

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