Knusprig, heiß und frisch in den Morgen

Gut gelaunt den Tag beginnen mit der Frühstücksserie Blanc von Kenwood

Gut gelaunt den Tag begin­nen mit der Früh­stücksserie Blanc von Kenwood

Seli­gen­stadt, 1. Juli 2011 — Eine knus­prige Scheibe Toast, eine gute, heiße Tasse Kaf­fee oder Tee und ein Glas frisch gepresster Orangen­saft – an einem Tag, der so beginnt, kann einem doch nichts mehr die Laune verder­ben. Für einen per­fek­ten mor­gendlichen Start sorgt Ken­wood mit der Früh­stücksserie Blanc – mit dem Toaster TTP 310, der Kaf­feemas­chine CM 300, dem Wasserkocher JKP 350 und der Zitruspresse JE 370. Ken­wood hat diese Serie in schickem Weiß mit edlen Met­al­lap­p­lika­tio­nen speziell für den mod­er­nen Haushalt entwick­elt. Sie zeich­net sich aus durch die Verbindung von prak­tis­chem und form­schönem Design mit hoher Funk­tion­al­ität.

So glänzt der Toaster beispiel­sweise mit der “Peek & View”-Funktion. Sie erlaubt es, die Toastscheibe zur Kon­trolle leicht anzuheben, ohne das Rösten zu unter­brechen. Die vier Heizele­mente, die eine opti­male Bräu­nung der Scheiben garantieren, lassen sich auch getrennt voneinan­der nutzen. Wer also nur eine Scheibe toas­ten möchte, muss auch nur eine Toastkam­mer erhitzen. Ein Brötchenauf­satz, ein Bräu­nungs­gradregler, eine Auf­tau­funk­tion und vieles mehr, sind für den TTP 310 selbstverständlich.

Zeit und Energie sparen
Die klas­sis­che Kaf­feemas­chine CM 300 begeis­tert jeden, der mor­gens das Geräusch und den Duft von frisch auf­brühen­dem Kaf­fee liebt. Die ThermoGen-Technologie erhitzt das Wasser auf die opti­male Brühtem­per­atur von 94°C. Auch das Warmhal­ten ist bei der CM 300 kein Prob­lem: die Warmhal­teplatte unter der Glaskanne wird sep­a­rat beheizt und zwar mit niedrigerer Tem­per­atur als das Brühele­ment, so dass der Kaf­fee nicht ver­brennt und länger frisch schmeckt.

Auch der 1-Liter-Wasserkocher JKP 350 hilft Energie zu sparen, da sich mit ihm Wasser bere­its für eine einzige Tasse erhitzen lässt. Die bei­d­seit­i­gen Sicht­fen­ster sor­gen für den Überblick: Beim Befüllen wird der Wasser­stand deut­lich angezeigt – von min­i­mal einer bis zu max­i­mal sechs Tassen Wasser. So kann immer exakt die benötigte Menge erhitzt wer­den und das spart nicht nur Zeit son­dern auch Energie. Mit seinen 2.200 Watt Leis­tung erre­icht der Kocher den Siedepunkt beson­ders schnell, d.h. mit weniger Strom. Zudem ver­fügt er über einen Flip-Top-Deckel, der sich zum Aus­gießen auf Knopf­druck öffnen und schließen lässt. Da tropft nichts, und die Wärme ver­dampft nicht in die Luft. Ein rutschfester Griff sorgt für eine sichere Handhabung.

Und schließlich die Zitruspresse JE 370: Dank ihres kom­pak­ten, platzs­paren­den Designs ist sie eine Vitamin-Tankstelle direkt auf dem Früh­stück­stisch. Das Gerät ver­fügt über ein Anti-Tropfsystem, sprich: über einen hochk­lapp­baren Aus­guss. So gelan­gen keine Saftreste auf die Tis­chdecke. Und da die Ein­sätze spül­maschi­nen­fest sind, bere­itet auch die Reini­gung kein­er­lei Probleme.

UVP:
Kaf­feemas­chine CM 300: 69,99 Euro
Toaster TTP 310: 59,99 Euro
Zitruspresse JE 370: 59,99 Euro
Wasserkocher JKP 350: 49,99 Euro
Voraus­sichtlich erhältlich ab Sep­tem­ber 2011.

*Ken­wood ist Most Inno­v­a­tive Brand 2011

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