Coffee Ice Cubes

Here’s a better way to enjoy your iced coffee. We’ll be celebrating National Coffee Day with the #new SG220 and Coffee Ice Cubes!

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Coffee Ice Cubes

Make these coffee ice cubes simply by filling an ice cube tray with coffee from your SG220 and freezing it over night. Prepare coffee as you normally would and pour over the coffee ice cubes. When the ice cubes melt, they won’t dilute the iced coffee flavor. If you prefer, you can also pour milk or creamer over the coffee ice cubes for a refreshing treat.

To find out more about Capresso products, visit www.Capresso.com.

The Capresso Perk, a Contemporary Upgrade of a Classic

Perk up your weekend with our new 12-cup Capresso Perk! This stylishly simple brewer brews from 4 to 12 cups of piping, hot coffee in less than a minute per cup. Its automatic keep-warm function ensures that coffee is ready whenever you want it.

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The Capresso Perk is simple: fill with water and ground coffee, plug in and brew. Ideal for parties and special occasions, it features a drip-free pouring spout and detachable power cord to simplify serving.

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The design includes a stainless steel filter basket and perk tube, and a locking lid for added safety. An illuminated indicator light shows when coffee is ready. Internal water level and coffee markings make for easy filling.

It’s also countertop-friendly, with a heat-resistant base that’s safe for any surface.

The 12-Cup Capresso Perk is available at www.Capresso.com.

The New Ultima PRO – For The Perfect Espresso, Every Time

What makes a perfect espresso? It has to be hot, with rich, concentrated coffee flavor and a thin layer of foamy crema on top. It’s easier than ever to bring espresso perfection into your home with the Capresso Ultima PRO.

The Ultima PRO makes it easy to brew delicious espresso and cappuccinos. Here are some of its advantages:

  • 15-bar pump that provides optimal pressure for rich crema, the thin layer of foam that is the mark of a perfectly brewed espresso.
  • Illuminated buttons that are easy to program for one or two espressos.
  • Self-tamping portafilter provides perfect espresso tamping automatically.
  • The high-pressure frother is ideal for preparing cappuccinos and other specialties, while the hot water function can deliver hot water for Americanos or tea.
  • 34 oz. removable water tank for added convenience.

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The Capresso Ultima PRO has an actual retail price of $199.99 and is now at www.capresso.com.

Capresso Café PRO Espresso & Cappuccino Machine

Espresso lovers, we have a new product for you! Our Café PRO Espresso & Cappuccino Machine is perfect for beginners, baristas, and everyone in between.Capresso_CafePRO_3-4 NT_300dpi

Create a café at home with the new Capresso Café PRO, a professional-style espresso and cappuccino machine with heavy-duty stainless steel construction.

Advantages are:

  • An advanced pump boiler system for faster, more consistent results
  • State-of-the-art boiler that increases brewing pressure and temperature stability
  • Two heavy-duty espresso filters that let you choose your favorite brewing style
  • 15 bar pump for optimal pressure for rich crema
  • Commercial style power frother for perfectly foamed or steamed milk for delicious cappuccinos and lattes
  • 42-oz, removable water container
  • Large, integrated cup warming tray

 

The Capresso Café PRO has an actual retail price of $299.99 and is now at www.capresso.com.

Eggnog Steamer

Tis’ the season for eggnog! Melt away the chill of winter and celebrate National Eggnog Month with a frothy twist on the holiday classic. Creamy, hot and delicious, this Eggnog Steamer recipe is certain to put you in good spirits.

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Eggnog Steamer

1 serving (8 ounces)

  • 4 ounces of your favorite eggnog (we used a non-alcoholic version, but adults over the age of 21 can choose a more “festive” variety)
  • 4 ounces skim milk
  • Whipped cream
  • Freshly ground nutmeg

Place the frothing disk in your Capresso froth PLUS and make sure it is securely snapped inside the bottom of the frothing pitcher. Add skim milk and eggnog into the frothing pitcher. Place lid and press the “Hot” button. Once the cycle is complete, pour into a serving glass. Top with whipped cream, ground nutmeg, and enjoy!

Tip: A little nutmeg goes a long way, but just a pinch will add great flavor! Use freshly ground nutmeg when possible.

To find out more about Capresso products, visit www.Capresso.com.

Gingerbread Latte

Skip the coffee shop line and recreate this special holiday treat at home. Full of warm winter flavors, our Gingerbread Latte recipe is the perfect beverage for a cold day. Enjoy with cookies for an extra holiday touch!

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Gingerbread Latte

1 serving

  • 1 shot of espresso (approx. 2 ounces)
  • 3-4 ounces cold milk
  • ½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon
  • ½ teaspoon of ground ginger
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of molasses
  • 1-2 gingersnap cookies for garnish or dunking!

Using your Capresso Espresso & Cappuccino machine, pull one long shot of espresso (approximately 2 ounces). Combine the espresso, cinnamon, ginger, molasses and sugar in a large mug or latte cup and stir well with a small fork.

Next, pour 3-4 oz. of cold milk into your Capresso frothing pitcher and use the steam wand to froth or steam the milk to your liking. Once the milk is ready, pour on top of the espresso mixture and stir.

Garnish with a crumbled ginger snap cookie. We also recommend an extra ginger snap for dunking – YUM!

To find out more about Capresso products, visit www.Capresso.com.

Fun Facts About Coffee & Tea

Find out more about what you’re brewing in your Capresso machines every morning with these fun facts about coffee and tea!

 

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1) A coffee plant can live up to 200 years. When sprouting, the top of the plant looks like a little seed, which grows into a bushy plant that can live for two centuries. – Via Huffington Post

2) Approximately 85% of tea consumed in America is iced. – Via TeaUsa.com

3) Any type of coffee roast can be used to make an espresso; the grind size and preparation are what makes it an espresso. – Capresso Espresso Facts

4) Espresso has 1/3 less caffeine than drip coffee. – Capresso Espresso Facts

5) There are two primary types of coffee cultivated for drinking: Arabica and Robusta. – Via Good Housekeeping

6) To extract the best taste from your tea start every time with fresh, cold filtered water. Never re-boil water that has been left in the kettle as the taste could be stale or flat. – Capresso Guide to Steeping Tea

7) In 2014, Americans consumed over 80 billion servings of tea, or more than 3.60 billion gallons. – Via TeaUsa.com

8) Used tealeaves are good for growing roses and ferns, and can be used to help lower the soil’s pH. For more on Tea in the Garden, view our blog post here.

 

To find out more about Capresso, visit www.Capresso.com.