ESPRO® Expands Top-Selling Travel Press Line with New Colors
VANCOUVER, BC – ESPRO®, creators of superior French presses and brewing accessories that simply “Make it Better,” announces the addition of four new color offerings for its durable and portable Travel Press. Starting this month, consumers nationwide can now purchase the Travel Press in Sky Blue, Gunmetal Grey, Sunshine Yellow and Violet Purple.
Specifically designed to be light and portable, while tough enough to survive even the most challenging outdoor adventures, the Travel Press allows coffee and tea lovers to enjoy their favorite brews anytime, anywhere. Inside, each ESPRO Travel Press is equipped with a patented double micro-filter to create a better and cleaner cup of coffee without any of the grit or sludge left behind by a traditional French press. Outside, vacuum-insulated stainless steel keeps drinks warm for 4-6 hours. Designed as an all-in-one model, users can brew their favorite cup right inside, seal it, and take it on the go to enjoy later. Additionally, the buffer between the filters isolates extracted coffee and tea from the grounds or leaves, to prevent over-extraction and ensure consistent, non-acidic taste. Plus, for the first time, users can opt for a pour-over method by using the optional paper filtration to deliver a quick and oil-free cup on the go.
“We have received an overwhelming response to the Travel Press from consumers and retailers,” said Bruce Constantine, ESPRO President and Co-Founder, “And we are excited to expand on this model with new color offerings that are sure to impress. These new presses house all of the same technology that makes all of our models so unique, with a fresh new look in time for holiday gifting and winter adventures.”
The Travel Press (MSRP $34.95) is available for purchase at Williams-Sonoma and Sur la Table retailers nationwide, as well as on Amazon. For more information about ESPRO visit www.espro.ca, or join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
ESPRO® exists to bring the best cup of coffee and tea to every table. In 2002 Bruce Constantine and Chris McLean met for coffee, and sketched their first product concept on the back of a napkin- a calibrated tamper to make more consistent espresso. By April 2004, ESPRO had emerged. The first years were characterized by a string of products aimed at improving the consistency of espresso and milk foam. In 2012, ESPRO introduced the groundbreaking ESPRO Press, the first grit-free French press coffee and tea maker. It has garnered global accolades, including two consecutive Best New Product awards by the Specialty Coffee Association of America (2015 and 2016).
Today ESPRO is the epicenter of a grassroots movement that is shaking and reshaping the coffee and tea equipment industry and re-defining the way we perceive the perfect cup. With its range of innovative products designed to achieve consistently great results, ESPRO is destined to carve an important niche among coffee and tea aficionados.