Bruvi® based in Los Angeles launches its smart brewer fully inclusive App and Wifi
Bruvi®, the single-serve coffee maker launches its brewer which is available for a limited quantity of pre-orders and includes the coffee brewer, a variety pack of 22 B-Pods™, a water filter and reusable canvas Japanese knot bag priced at $198.
At-home coffee consumption and premiumization is growing faster than ever, partly because of the pandemic as Bruvi taps into that need by offering the new brand to the market.
According to the company’s statement, the brewer is developed with proprietary technology , Auto Precision Brewing™. Bruvi announced that the coffee made by the brewer is remarkably stronger, hotter, with noticeably less bitterness. Bruvi brews filter coffee, true espresso, Americanos and the first cold brew from a single-serve capsule system. B-Pod™ coffees are all super premium, verified sustainable craft coffees, including Bruvi house brands and a curated selection from favorite roasters.
"In creating Bruvi, our goal was to offer the perfect union of the craft and science of coffee. Secondly, we wanted to tackle the very real issue of plastic waste with a smart and practical solution," said Mel Elias, Co-Founder of Bruvi.
With the Guilt Free Toss™, B-Pods™ are uniquely designed to substantially break down in a landfill much faster than untreated plastics through an organic process that leaves no microplastics behind.
Bruvi is an IOT smart device, offering optional mobile App and Wifi connectivity. Consumers can brew remotely, auto order pods and access a user dashboard of consumption patterns.
Founded in 2018, Bruvi reinvents single-serve brewing with patent pending technology and a range of super premium, sustainably sourced craft coffee. Based in Los Angeles, Bruvi was founded by Sung Oh (inventor, former engineer and former patent attorney) and Mel Elias (former CEO of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, investor, board member and M&A consultant) with a combined 34 years of coffee experience.
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