Bombora Coffee + Water Supplies present a new range of products to hit the Australian market, designed to streamline cafe operations and provide a special element

Rhino Blender Adapter

When you think about the products a barista rinses constantly, it's no longer just a milk pitcher. Thanks to the rise of alternative brew methods, it means plungers, Chemex and AeroPress devices are in constant use, and even blender jugs for freshly made smoothies and juices.

Rather than visiting the cafe sink to clean these larger devices, Rhino Coffee Gear has come up with a simple but functional solution to utilise the sink most cafes have next to their machine. Known as the Rhino Blender Adapter, this cool tool has a generous base plate to suit most blender jugs. Simply flip your blender jug or brewing device over the base plate, and let the rinser do the work. The extension adapter attaches to existing Rhino valves allowing the spin-jet valve to sit 100 millimetres higher than most rinsers for an effective clean. With the RHPR600 model, baristas can even adapt the sink to include two rinsers - one for milk pitchers and one for blender jugs.

Brewista Artisan Kettle

To many baristas, a brew bar is a creative space featuring coffees, brewing devices and tasty treats. But when you think of the kettle options out there, few scream "artisan touch". Just as tampers have become customised and personalised, kettles are next in line. Style and functionality meet with the new Brewista series. The Artisan Series Kettle gives precise pouring control and touch functionality, and it's quickly becoming a must-have in brew bars.

The Stem Platform

If you watched Hugh Kelly's World Barista Championship routine closely enough in Seoul, you might have seen a new device sitting on his drip scale. This is the Stem, a new Australian innovation developed by Sasa Sestic and the Ona Coffee team. The Stem is lightweight, strong and durable. It allows baristas to free up cup space and protect your scales without compromising precision, weight or timing of shots.

Place the Stem on your scales, fit it as closely over the drip tray as possible, and sit your cups on top. With this measurement, "tare" your scales back to zero and reset, and start your extraction.

Nitro Cold Brew

Nitro brew coffee is not only a favoured cold beverage for coffee-lovers, but it's easier to serve than ever before. The Nitro Cold Brew Coffee System takes nitrogen from the air, compresses it through the machine, and mixes it with cold brew coffee. Serving up to 1.2 litres per minute, this machine chills as it pours, and it's as easy as pulling a lever. 

The best thing is that its portable. There's no need for nitrogen bottles or kegs. This simple setup gives cafe owners the chance to introduce nitro coffee to a whole new audience, without the fuss attached.

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