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The Capresso CoffeeTeam Therm
New and Noteworthy Paid Announcement, Date: June 21, 2006
The Capresso CoffeeTeam Therm
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JL Hufford Coffee and Tea
3330 Main St
Lafayette, IN 47905
tel: 877-JLHUFFORD (554-8336)
fax: 765-446-0094
www.jlhufford.com

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The wait is finally over! JL Hufford Coffee and Tea now carries the only combination coffee machine with a conical burr grinder and stainless steel thermal carafe.  The Capresso CoffeeTeam Therm, model 455, is Capresso’s newest addition to its powerhouse line of drip coffee makers.

CAPRESSO FEATURES

Simple to use one-button programming.

Innovative one button programming: Unique, white-on-black display both simplify use and streamline appearance. By pushing and turning the P-button, you can program any strength of coffee from your CoffeeTEAM Therm. Maximum coffee will be ground by choosing "10" and the "STRONG" cup and setting the grinder fineness to the large dot.

When filling the water container with 50 oz. (10 cups) of water, you will get a strong coffee. If you prefer an even stronger brew, fill only 7 or 8 cups of water (35 to 40 oz) into the water tank. If you prefer a milder coffee, grind on a coarser setting, grind less coffee, or use more water.  

Two programmable completely different settings: One for manual operation and one for automatic operation. This way you always enjoy exactly the same coffee taste.

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Solid steel conical burrs are used for grinding coffee beans.
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Various grinder settings allow you to adjust the grind to your preference.

Solid steel conical burrs for grinding coffee beans: These are the same type of cutting burrs that are found in Jura-Capresso’s fully automatic coffee centers. The slow grinding of the burrs imparts minimal heat to the ground coffee, thus preserving more aroma than blade grinding. It also allows a finer and more uniform grind than that created by drip coffee machines with an integrated blade grinder.

Four grinding fineness settings: For all types of coffee beans, light to dark, lets you adjust the grinder to your preference.  Lighter beans should generally be ground on a finer setting, while darker beans normally require a coarser setting.  For a strong brew, try switching to a finer grind.  Want a milder coffee?  Use a coarser setting.  With the Capresso CoffeeTeam Therm, you are in total control!  

Separate grinding and brewing: keeps moisture away from the grinder.  This is important given the Capresso CoffeeTeam Therm’s extra hot brewing temperature, over 200° F.  The CoffeeTEAM Therm grinds the programmed amount of beans directly into the reusable Goldtone filter.

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Separate grinding and brewing keeps moisture away from the grinder.

Then the filter automatically swings forward and the brewing process begins.  The coffee enters the thermal carafe through a closed lid, preserving an in-carafe temperature of just over 180° F.

For serving, just turn the lid’s dot to the pouring spout. After serving, close the lid again to preserve temperature and aroma.

Can’t wait for the whole pot to brew before grabbing a cup?  No problem, Stop-and-Serve allows you to remove the pot while the unit is still brewing.  

The Capresso CoffeeTeam Therm can brew a maximum of ten cups of coffee, and a minimum of four.

It measures 16” x 12” x 11” (H x W x L), and weighs in at 10 lbs.  

It is now on sale for $299.00 with free shipping and free gifts at JL Hufford Coffee and Tea at: Click Here (www.jlhufford.com)

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