Introducing the latest innovation from Nucleus Coffee Tools.
The Compass tool has been purposely designed for the industry, it is stylish and totally hands-free; the Compass allows you to maximize your coffee's potential and uncover the changing flavour profiles of your brew.
Compass is your perfect tool to find the best moments in a coffee from hot to cold.
Sensitivity of taste changes at different temperatures. Each taste receptor has its own zone of sensitivity. For example, our hot tactile receptors peak sensitivity at about 45°C and our sweetness around 37°C.
This causes the same coffee to keep changing in taste as it cools down. Using the Compass to monitor temperature allows you to predict and control what is experienced.
Take your flavour journey step-by-step through different temperatures.
The Compass’ infrared temperature sensor allows for precise and accurate readings while remaining out of the way of the beverage and user.
With its adjustable height, the Compass will fit a variety of different sized cups. Perfect for mugs and cups designed for filters and espressos.
From 0 °C to 100 ° C, Compass is suitable for reading temperatures in different beverages with the option to set it up in Celsius or Fahrenheit degrees.
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To get precision out of your coffee making, you need a precision tool to help you. Monitoring temperature ensures consistent evaluation of each sample, allowing you to make the right decisions.
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