Vitamix presents range of professional blenders at Caffé Culture 2013

By Luke Nicholls

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Vitamix's BarBoss Advance blender is ideal for blended drinks, simple syrups and purees for cocktail bases
Vitamix's BarBoss Advance blender is ideal for blended drinks, simple syrups and purees for cocktail bases
Blender manufacturer Vitamix were in attendance at the Caffé Culture Show earlier this week, showcasing their full range of products for restaurants and pubs, including the flexible BarBoss Advance machine.

Product details:

The BarBoss Advance blender allows pubs and bars to add to or expand their existing beverage programmes and is ideal for blended drinks, simple syrups and purees for cocktail bases.

It features six optimised programmes and an automatic shut-off which allows the user to turn it on, walk away and potentially serve other customers.

It also has a pulse control setting and an Advance container which creates faster, smoother pouring. And advanced motor is designed to resist overheating when blending extra-thick ingredients resulting in cooler operation and enhanced reliability during peak hours of operation.

USP:​ Steve Morris, sales director at Jestic, said: “Caffè Culture 2013 gives us a fantastic opportunity to showcase the extensive range of Vitamix blenders to visitors.  We have built our business on only offering the very best products that bring flair, excellence and cost-control to our customers.

“Visitors will have the opportunity to explore what the Vitamix products have to offer on the stand during the show.” 


The full range of Vitamix professional blenders are available to all hospitality businesses now and are distributed in the UK by Jestic. For more information, contact contac t Jestic UK at 8455 048 050, email vasb@wrfgvp.arg​, or visit​.


This can be discussed by calling Morris from Jestic UK on at 8455 048 050 or emailing fgrir.zbeevf@wrfgvp.arg​.

Why you should buy it:

Existing Vitamix customer Simon Pudney, bar manager at Giraffe restaurant in Bath, said: “From Giraffe house cocktails and smoothies, to the spice blends and marinades, the Vitamix is an essential part of both our kitchen and bar equipment. 

“Since opening in Bath, we have used the blender day in, day out with consistently excellent results for both our food and drink requirements.”

Additional information:

The Vitamix products on stand at Caffé Culture included:

  • The Quiet One ​- One of the quietest commercial blenders on the market.
  • Blending Station® Advance​ - Engineered to consistently deliver perfectly blended drinks for ‘the ultimate customer experience’. 
  • Drink Machine Advance ​ - Ideal for those looking to add to a blended beverage programme. 
  • Drink Machine Two-Speed​ – Offers users powerful, functional blending with two-speed capability. 
  • Mix’n Machine® Advance​ - industry-leading frozen treat mixer.

Jestic is the sole distributor of Vitamix food and beverage blenders in the UK. For more information on the full range of Vitamix blenders, visit visit​.

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