Living the Gourmet is pleased to present iCoffee by Remington, a coffeemaker whose patented brewing method combines the convenience of the drip-pot with the clean, full-flavor of the French Press.
Having had the opportunity to meet my fair share of coffee-connoisseurs through Living the Gourmet, I’ve heard it said that even the best coffee grinds cannot withstand a poor brewing process – that the method and machine used in brewing is nearly as important as the coffee itself.
For decades, coffee drinkers have been limited in choices for brewing. They could have the convenience of the drip pot, the speed of the single-serve, or the rich flavor the French Press. However, the drip-pot invariably adds unwanted acidic oils to the brew via uneven extraction. The single serve, while quick, only further compounds the problems of the drip-pot via over extraction, and anyone whose tried a French Press knows how time-consuming and difficult to clean it can be.
That’s where iCoffee comes in.
With seven years and 1257 prototypes worth of development, iCoffee brings cutting-edge, first-in-market technology to the brew process, utilizing patented ‘Steam-brew Technology.’ iCoffee is the first machine to utilize steam jets in the brewing process. The steam jets pre-steam the coffee, and then stir the coffee throughout the brewing process, so that each and every coffee grind is suspended in high-temperature water, cracking open the grind to release its full flavor.
This brewing process maximizes flavor extraction from the grinds, while the high-temperature water also ensures a piping hot cup of coffee that’s rich in flavor, free of acidic oils, and with all the convenience of the standard drip-pot.
Having tried the iCoffee, Living the Gourmet can easily recommend this product.
**I was given these products for review. I was not financially compensated for this post. All opinions expressed are my own.