Bosch's VeroBar AromaPro coffee maker is able to identify the type of coffee beans loaded into it
Bosch's VeroBar AromaPro coffee maker on display
Bosch's VeroBar AromaPro coffee maker
The AromaPro can store up to six user profiles
It’s a no-brainer to say that we all like the foods and drinks we consume to smell appetizing. In the case of coffee, however, its scent is pretty much as important as its flavor. This is a fact that is obviously recognized by the engineers at Bosch. The company’s new VeroBar AromaPro coffee maker – which will be unveiled at the upcoming IFA 2012 electronics show – adjusts automatically to the type of bean used, in order to optimize the coffee's aroma.
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