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Bombora Coffee + Water Supplies spotlights new brewing gadgets

In the past five years, filter coffee has found a home among the specialty café market, but also in the home of coffee connoisseurs wanting to recreate delicious home brews. The best part about this method of coffee making is how easy it is. If you take away the many variables of espresso extraction, in filter brewing, all you need is tasty coffee, a grinder, water, and your favourite brew method: Hario V60 pour over, clever coffee dripper, Yama brewer, AeroPress, siphon… the list goes on.
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Bombora Coffee + Water Supplies looks at the latest filters

Filter brewing in its simplest form is coffee extracted with hot water. There’s always many brewing variables that can impact flavour, such as the freshness of the coffee, the recipe used and technique, whether it be via AeroPress, V60 Pour Over, or Clever Coffee Dripper, for instance. But at the end of the day, the outcome should be an uncomplicated and tasty extraction. Despite the constant improvement of technology embedded into high-tech espresso machines, sometimes it’s nice to acknowledge the beauty in simplistic brewing methods. The functionality of such devices has not changed much over the years, but new tools have made their way on the market to enhance the filter brewing process, and the team at Bombora is excited to welcome them to the market. Let’s take a look at our newest additions that are perfect for the home user, barista, and volume-driven café looking for an upgrade.  
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The Brew Bomb

The months are getting colder, but demand for cold brew is only heating up.  At the 2017’s Specialty Coffee Association Expo, a little company by the name of Brew Bomb set up shop in the back corner of the expo with a little banner and the masterpiece brewing unit that is the Brew Bomb.  Founder and the CEO Ray Buerger sold four machines at that launch event, including one to Klatch Coffee in Los Angeles, who has since integrated the machine for all of its commercial volumes of cold brew.  In the past year, Ray has sold 28 units into the US market in “strategic places” for high-end specialty roasters wanting to convert their coffee into cold brew on a large scale, and each one shares the same positive feedback: it’s an asset for time, control, and quality. Well Australia, we have good news to share – the Brew Bomb is here and ready for market distribution thanks to its partnership with Bombora Coffee + Water Supplies. 
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Brewista Ratio Scale

The Brewista Ratio Scale is the perfect tool for baristas and coffee-lovers who want to perfect their pour over. Unlike other high-tech scales on the market, the Ratio Scale is a simplified and more affordable alternative that automatically calculates the water-to-coffee ratio needed to produce your favourite pour over recipe.  
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The Nutramilk

For health conscious individuals or dairy-free consumers with allergies, the variety of choices is broader than ever before: soy milk, coconut milk, rice milk, the list goes on. But what about nut milk? Products currently available on the market tend to lie low on the emphasis of “nut” milk with less than 3 per cent nuts actually represented in some lists of ingredients. This tends to dilute the flavour profile, along with the added sweeteners, emulsifiers, colours, and flavours, which are neither necessary or beneficial to your health. But the nut milk game is about to change.
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Acaia Orion Bean Doser

Have you been craving a customisable on-demand bean dosing tool with ultimate precision and intuitive features? If so, the Orion Bean Doser from Acaia is just what you need. On first glance you might be mistaken for thinking it’s a grinder, but look closer: it’s a stylish bean doser that won the 2017 Specialty Coffee Association’s Best New Product Award. 
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Nitro Cold Brew Coffee System 

Nitro brew coffee is fast becoming a favoured cold beverage for coffee-lovers. The Nitro Cold Brew Coffee System creates a chilled, smooth and creamy beverage.
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The Stem Platform

If you watched One Coffee’s Hugh Kelly’s World Barista Championship routine closely enough in Seoul, you might have seen a new device sitting on his drip scale. Read More