|By PR Newswire||
|March 3, 2014 06:23 PM EST||
NEW YORK, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- KitchenBay, a wholesale company known worldwide for offering high-quality products for the kitchen and home, is proud to announce that it will be participating in "Coffee Fest New York" at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York from March 7 to March 9, 2014. Coffee Fest is widely regarded as the world's best specialty coffee and gourmet tea trade show, and for over fifteen years has been an annual highlight for retailers of coffee, tea and related products.
KitchenBay's acclaimed product line features the best of traditional Japanese craftsmanship paired with innovative and cutting-edge design. At Coffee Fest 2014, KitchenBay will be proud to showcase their special collection of coffee dripping tools and accessories. This featured product line includes the bestselling "Slim Pot," which was developed for dripping coffee over thirty years ago and remains popular today among discerning coffee drinkers, as well as designers and artists around the world. The Slim Pot is sold at MoMA's Design Store in New York, Merci in Paris and other high-end boutiques globally.
KitchenBay's newest product, Grand Cru Cafe, will be available for the first time at Coffee Fest 2014. Developed in partnership with Jose Kawashima of Mi Cafeto, also known as "The Coffee Hunter," Grand Cru Cafe features the finest selection of specially cultivated, hand-picked coffee beans packaged in a Champagne bottle to ensure ultimate flavor and aroma. Jose Kawashima spent more than 35 years researching coffee farms worldwide, and the beans featured in Grand Cru Cafe are hand selected from his pre-approved and closely monitored farms, and only at the peak of ripeness. After picking, Kawashima personally oversees the production process to bring out the beans' individual characteristics to their fullest.
KitchenBay is proud to introduce this unique and highest quality line of coffee alongside their sophisticated Japanese coffee drip tools.
KitchenBay's showroom and salon can be visited at a premium location in New York City, overlooking Central Park, and is open by appointment to interested vendors.