Saturday, November 19, 2011

FREE Office Demo of Tassimo Pro!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tassimo. All opinions are 100% mine.

 

 

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I'm sure you all have heard of Tassimo; the single serve coffee brewer. We have a home Tassimo brewer, an it still amazes me all the drinks we can make with it. I just recently heard about the Tassimo Professional, which is, you guessed it, a pro version of the Tassimo machine! If I worked in an office, this is definitely an "office tool" I'd like! It would be so much easier than running out to a local cafe on break, and a lot more frugal, too. (The Gevalia French Vanilla sounds heavenly!)

Only with Tassimo Pro brewer can you get the taste and quality of a coffee shop beverage (including lattes and cappuccinos) right in the office. There are so many combinations available, and they even include real milk creamer.  The brands of beverages available for Tassimo Pro are overwhelming too. Gevalia, Suchard, Twinning are just a few of the top-quality names. 

In case you're wondering just how the Tassimo brewer works, it is very simple. The T-Discs are encoded with a unique bar code that you simply scan, and the brewer automatically brews up your amazing drink. (Incidentally, the Pro T-Discs have a double-bar brew code so employees can't take them home for use in their home brewer). The brewer works with one touch, and in less than 2 minutes you have your specialty coffee drink (or tea) ready to drink! You can't beat the Tassimo Professional Brewer for fast, tasty and low-cost drinks!

If this sounds like something you'd be interested in for your office, you can sign up for a Tassimo Professional free demo! What a great way to learn more about this amazing pro brewing system!NEW Tassimo Pro logo.jpg (2 documents, 2 total pages)

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2 comments:

  1. The best thing about Tassimo for an office is that everyone can choose their favorite flavor, instead of being stuck with whatever is made for the communal pot.

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  2. Thanks for the info. I didn't know you could try one out.

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