Discover Pure Brew Tea
Victoria Arduino R&D engineers made a comparison between PureBrew and the traditional way of pouring tea, in a collaboration with a team of tea experts to test a variety of teas, according to different roasting levels of light, medium and dark recipes.
For the test, they used green tea, oolong tea and black tea in 4 different grades: dust, fannings, broken leaf and whole leaf. During the tests, they used a light recipe as a fixed parameter because it is very similar to traditional tea infusion and represents a good standard practice for understanding different teas.
“We used 4g of tea leaves to produce 300ml of tea. The same quantity of tea that would be the standard in a commercial café environment.” – said Lauro Fioretti, Product Manager at Simonelli Group.
“We found the clarity and taste of the traditional method of pouring tea and PureBrew to be very similar. Each test produced exactly the profiles you would expect from green tea, oolong tea, and black tea. We found there was no cross contamination of coffee flavours on the filter or group head after rinsing under the hot water wand.”
As of September, Victoria Arduino will be member of the European Speciality Tea Association. The new Pure Brew Technology is totally in line with the mission of the European Speciality Tea Association, creating and inspiring excellence in the speciality tea community through innovation, research, education and communication.
See you at Caffè Culture Show on September 1-2 to live the Victoria Arduino experience!