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Starbucks Debuts Whole-Bean Serenade Single-Cup Brewer

Posted On: 5/23/2017

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TAGS: Starbucks Serenade, Starbucks single-cup coffee machine, Michael Hinson, Brew Avenue Refreshment Services, Joey Poole, office coffee service, vending

SEATTLE -- The new countertop Serenade single-cup brewer from Starbucks prepares coffeehouse favorites at the touch of a button. It's equipped with a 17" touchscreen and the ability to add a payment device. It has two 3-lb. and one 2-lb. whole bean hoppers and two 5-lb. soluble product hoppers. Beverage selections include coffee, iced coffee, Tazo chai latte and hot chocolate. Separate access to ice is needed to prepare iced coffee.

When filled with Starbucks whole-bean coffees, hot cocoa mix and Tazo chai latte, the Serenade produces 50 8-fl.oz. beverages per hour. The machine is NSF-certified, measures 20.1" W. x 23" D. x 40.4" H. and weighs 120 lbs. It requires a dedicated cold water line.

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STARBUCKS SERENADE: Joey Poole (l) unveils new Starbucks Serenade vending machine during National Automatic Merchandising Association's Coffee, Tea & Water show in Nashville, TN, for Michael Hinson, Brew Avenue Refreshment Services (Martinez, GA). The bean-to-cup brewer hit the market in February.