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New Coffee-Maker Grinds & Brews
"The only way to get fresher coffee would be to move to Brazil," say importers of what's being called the "ultimate coffee-maker". The Toshiba "My Cafe" combines a flavorful drip-type brewer with an electric coffee bean grinder.
"You put beans directly into the coffeemaker and grind just what you need. The coffee drips into the stain-less steel filter and begins to brew," explains Dee Geisness, manufacturer's representative for Toshiba in Mound, Minn.
Ordinarily, coffee starts losing flavor as soon as it's ground, which in the case of canned coffee is long before it reaches the store. Also, many exotic coffees are available only as beans and must be ground before brewing.
The new 4-cup coffee maker has a stainless steel filter and built-in warmer. Retail price is $79. "That's probably less than you would spend for a coffee-maker and grinder separately," says Geisness. An 8-cup model is also available.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Dee Geisness, B & G Sales, 1415 Park Drive, Mound, Minn. 55364 (ph 612 435-5812 or 472-3278).

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