Bonavita®, Based in Seattle, Introduces Innovative Kitchen Scales and Gooseneck Kettles, plus Brewing Equipment for “Coffee Geeks”
A catalog of cutting-edge products for the kitchen is being introduced this Winter by the coffee experts behind the Bonavita collection. Bonavita’s 8 Cup Coffee Brewer has received accolades as a “Best Buy” recommendation from Cook’s Illustrated magazine and as an “Editor’s Favorite” in Food & Wine magazine. The brand’s design-forward, yet classically-inspired Gooseneck Kettles have also received the nod from the Los Angeles Times “Daily Dish” column, which describes them as “for coffee geeks, the latest electric pour-over kettle.”
Bonavita, an Espresso Supply Inc. brand, is based in Seattle. Espresso Supply Inc. has been a leader in the specialty coffee industry for 20 years. With the Bonavita collection they have expanded into a new category of home electronics for the kitchen.
The Bonavita Gooseneck Kettle is known for the expert, elegant pour control its design produces. Lauded by the LA Times and industry leaders such as Food 52, the kettle comes in three styles. (Stove Top version 29600 MSRP $44.99; Standard Bonavita Gooseneck Electric Kettle 29601 MSRP $69.99; Variable Temperature Bonavita Gooseneck Electric 29602 MSRP $104.99.) It’s a kitchen staple for making coffee, tea and for such kitchen tasks as filling a pot with boiling water for pasta. The Variable Temperature Bonavita Gooseneck Kettle is excellent for making just-right, and not too hot “kid’s cocoas,” plus hot toddies and holiday cocktails. Its sleek lines dress up the home bar beautifully for entertaining.
Bonavita is introducing a commercial grade, precision-focused Electronic Kitchen Scale (29671 MSRP $94.99) this holiday season to home cooks, pastry chefs and bakers, plus any cooks who need their measurements exact. The Bonavita scale weighs with great precision and speed to the 0.1 gram. Tested by pros, the Bonavita Electronic Scale has been the workhorse scale of demanding baristas at some of the world’s busiest, most revered coffee shops and espresso bars. Now it is available to the public.
Also debuting this holiday season is the Bonavita Porcelain Immersion Dripper for brewing both coffee and tea. The Immersion Dripper allows for precise control of the water to coffee contact time, much like a French Press, but with the added benefit of filtration to produce a “cleaner” cup. Its porcelain construction is great for durability and heat retention during the brew. (For up to 16 ounces of coffee or tea the Bonavita Porcelain Immersion Dripper 29130 MSRP $39.99.)
The Bonavita 8 Cup Coffee Brewer comes in two styles. (Glass Carafe version 53010 MSRP $159.99; Thermal Carafe version 53050 MSRP $179.99.)
Bonavita is carried internationally including in the United States by boutique shops such as Seattle Coffee Gear, plus larger retailers including Starbucks, Chef’s Catalog and Sur la Table.