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Moreflavour products at the WCE ALL STARS

All-Stars from the World Coffee Championships will be held in Johannesburg 13-16 July, 2017 the event includes creative drink challenges, pop quizzes, hands-on demonstrations, meet-and-greets, and more at the Coffee & Chocolate Expo.
Moreflavour has the opportunity to sponsor the AeroPress and Smart scales for the event.

Smart Barista’s use scales.

To brew the perfect cup every time every gram and every second counts. Nowadays a barista worth their salt will use a scale, stop watch and thermometer to accurately their brewing parameters. (i.e. recipe, brew time, and final brew weight). The scale has 6 programmed brew modes using its auto tare and timing features to take any brew method precisely effortless, even espresso.

The Brewista Coffee Scale and Timer is water resistant and compact enough to fit for espresso machines, allowing baristas to dial in espresso perfectly to output ratios.

Brew modes:
1. Espresso Auto 1: Auto tare and timer when cup is placed on it.
2. Espresso Auto 2: Auto tare and manual timer.
3. Espresso Auto 3: Auto tare only
4. Espresso Auto 4: Auto tare and timer when liquid hits cup
5. Pourover Hand 1: Auto tare for vessel, auto tare for coffee, auto timer for water.
6. Hand 2: Full manual control of tare and timer.

Normal scales usually are too large to fit under espresso machines, and also annoyingly automatically switch off too early. Hence why you need a coffee scale, and this is the best there is. The Brewista Smart Scale thinks in coffee, and even with all of its features and modes, is incredibly easy to use.

Product features & specifications
Water-resistance nano coating
Automatically Tares
Automatically times
Programmable auto off function
6 programmed brew modes
1g to 2kg weighing range
Accuracy to 0.1g
Programable auto on/off function
Hard case protective cover
Calibration function
Dimensions: 13cm x ~11cm x ~2cm
2 x AAA batteries included


The AeroPress.

The AeroPress is a device for brewing coffee. It was invented in 2005 by Aerobie president Alan Adler.[1] Coffee is steeped for 10–50 seconds (depending on grind and preferred strength) and then forced through a filter by pressing the plunger through the tube. The filters used are either the AeroPress paper filters or disc shaped thin metal filters.[2][3] The maker describes the result as an espresso strength concentration of coffee, but its most frequent use is more in the filter brew strength.[

While drip coffee makers use gravity to pull the water through the coffee grounds, the AeroPress uses air pressure, forcing the water through by pushing the plunger down. The AeroPress is a simple device, with a chamber made from tough, heat-resistant plastic.

Easy to use
Faster 2-3times faster that pour over dripper / french press / syphon
Less sediment than Italian mocha pots & French press.
Versatile. Unlike alternative manual brew methods that demand very specific coarseness of grind to work, the AeroPress is less sensitive to grind size making it workable with any size coffee grind.
The AeroPress coffee plunger shines up any roast style, from acidic coffees to darker bitter coffees.
Non electric
Easy cleaning

For more details on the event, check out the website here.

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