BUNN brews FULL CUP coffee- new to coffee lovers at 2012 Chicago Gourmet

Jul 30, 2012|

Taste FULL CUP coffee from BUNN's trifecta brewers at Chicago Gourmet on September 29 & 30 at Millennium Park in Chicago.  BUNN is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the 2012 Chicago Gourmet event , "a celebration of food and wine showcasing more than 100 of Chicago's finest restaurants and chefs, as well as hundreds of renowned vintners, spirit makers and premium breweries from around the world."

Guests can experience the new world of FULL CUP coffee from the NEW trifecta for home.   This state of the art machine utilizes the same patented Air Infusion technology as BUNN's commercial model to produce a rich, deep-bodied coffee or tea experience. It allows a coffee lover to adjust for perceived acidity, sweetness, earthy flavors, extraction level, and mouth feel using Turbulence Cycle and Infusion Time controls. With 25 unique brew settings, trifecta is designed to help pull out the nuances in high quality coffee and tea.  The result is a Full Cup -- a unique, amplified taste experience. 

You don't have to take our word that trifecta  opens up a new world of Full Cup coffee and tea, read what people are saying about it, and come experience FULL CUP coffee at Chicago Gourmet. 

What people are saying about trifecta

"It's the machine I've waited for since I started drinking coffee." -- Kevin from

changed my mind about what was possible." --barkingburro from Roaste.com

"Five stars to Bunn & crew for a Perfect cup of coffee!"- Reviewer, PerfectCup on BunnAtHome.com

For more information or to purchase tickets for Chicago Gourmet visit illinoisrestaurants.org/associations/2039/chicagogourmet.

We can't wait to see you!


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