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Watch Keurig's New “Kold” Machine Make a Margarita in Seconds – CES 2016 But this one is different – it's the company's new Keurig Kold model. Instead of heating up water, it flash cools water down to 39 degrees in about 60 seconds. For my sample drink, the company made me a margarita. All you have to do is put some tequila [...]
Keurig Kold can make good seltzer water and bad margaritas Keurig Green Mountain made a name for itself as a home coffee maker that uses pods that it brews with hot water. Now, the Keurig Kold can do the same for cold beverages. I tried it out at the 2016 International CES, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas [...]
I was at a press preview event at CES 2016 in Las Vegas and almost passed up the Keurig table because everyone knows how a Keurig works – you pop in a K-Cup and out comes a hot coffee seconds later. But this one is different – it’s the company’s new Keurig Kold model. Instead of heating up water, it flash cools water down to 39 degrees in about 60 seconds. For my sample drink, the company made me a margarita. Then you pop in a new style cup on the pod holder and press start. That’s because I was trying to it one handed one handed, while recording the entire drink making process with my phone in my other hand.
No news yet about what the machine will look like, but we can guess it'll be a single-serve brewing device like the other products Keurig makes. There's also no release date yet, because they're still researching how to make it. The Keurig coffee maker solves a common problem: Fast coffee for one person. Maybe the single-serve brewing system will help people drink less, but these beers better satisfy beer snobs to justifying adding another appliance to your countertop.
Editors Note: This product was discontinued in 2016.Thanks to Keurig, 20 million American households make their coffee of choice—or tea, cocoa, chicken soup, even iced tea brewed into a cup of ice—one K-Cup at a time. Six years ago, fans and industry observers asked Keurig: What can you do for cold beverages? On Monday the company launched its long-awaited cold beverage system, Keurig Kold. The result involved 250 engineers and scientists, 10,000 consumers who participated in research, 50...
Buy PhotoKeurig Green Mountain CEO Brian Kelley announces the launch of Keurig Kold in New York City in 2015.(Photo: DAN D'AMBROSIO/FREE PRESS FILE)Buy PhotoOn Monday evening, Keurig Green Mountain CEO Brian Kelley stepped onto a platform at Cedar Lake, a performance space on West 26th Street in New York City, and greeted a select audience of about 100 industry executives, bloggers and other influential people for the debut of Keurig Kold, the company's long-awaited cold beverage system.In...
Diesen Deal hatte niemand erwartet. Die verschwiegene deutsche Milliardärsfamilie Reimann kauft mit ihrer JAB Holding für 19 Milliarden Dollar den amerikanischen Softdrink-Riesen Dr Pepper Snapple und fusioniert ihn mit dem Kaffeespezialisten Keurig Green Mountain.Der Limonadenhersteller und der Heißgetränkeanbieter arbeiten in zwei Branchen, die eigentlich nichts miteinander zu tun haben. Bislang jedenfalls konzentrieren sich die großen Anbieter in den beiden Segmenten üblicherweise auf nur...
Cold-Brew ist für viele Getränkehersteller mittlerweile ein begehrter Trend.Shutterstock / P-fotographyKaffee gehört für die meisten zum morgendlichen Ritual wie Zähneputzen. Über den ganzen Tag hinweg trinken ihn hingegen meist nichtmal Kaffee-Liebhaber. Besonders am Nachmittag und Abend ist die Kaffeezeit für die meisten vorbei. Große Getränkehersteller wollen das ändern. Kaffee soll zur neuen Limo werden.Dieses Vorhaben zeigte sich auch am Montag, als der Kaffeehersteller Keurig Green...