KitchenAid Releases New Colors, Kitchen Tools, Coffee Appliances

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Benton Harbor-based KitchenAid today announced new signature color offerings, three new kitchen appliances, and four coffee appliances.

The 30-inch, 36-inch, and 48-inch non-steam commercial-style range models are now available in four new colors: signature red, cobalt blue, matte black, and matte white, in limited quantities. Suggested retail prices range from $5,049-$9,949. Features of the commercial-style range series include a 20,000 British thermal units Ultra Power Dual-Flame Burner that easily transitions from intense searing to a low simmer. Additional burners include two 15,000 British thermal unit professional burners and a 5,000 British thermal unit simmer/melt burner. The electronic ignition enhances reliability for lighting burners while numerous heat controls allow for added cooking precision.

The KitchenAid Artisan 5 Quart stand mixer also released three new matte finishes: black velvet, ink blue, and milkshake. The suggested retail price is $429.99.

For those looking for the latest kitchen gadgets, KitchenAid has released three new tools: the Vegetable Sheet Cutter attachment, the Fresh Prep Slicer/Shredder Attachment, and the Wood and Poly Cutting Boards.

The new KitchenAid Vegetable Sheet Cutter attachment for the Stand Mixer cuts fruits and vegetables into thin sheets. The two blades allow for thin or thick slicing and premium metal construction provides long-lasting performance. The suggested retail price is $129.99.

Designed to make adding freshly sliced or shredded ingredients to salads, entrees, and other dishes easier, the new Fresh Prep Slicer/Shredder Attachment for the stand mixer has three quick-change blades and a 2-in-1 food pusher that can slice through large and small diameter fruits and vegetables. The suggested retail price is $64.99.

The latest cutting boards from KitchenAid are available in three premium wood finishes: bamboo, acacia, and walnut or a solid polymer material construction. The double-sided wood board features one flat side with measure marks for more precise preparations and another side with a drain-away tray to allow juices, gravy, and liquids to flow away from the cutting surface. The polymer cutting board is more simple than the wood and ideal for quick and easy cutting, chopping, or prepping. Suggested retail prices for the wood cutting board range from $19.99-$59.99, while polymer cutting boards range from $12.99-$19.99.

KitchenAid also announced four coffee appliances including the Cold Brew Coffee Maker, Precision Pour Over Kettle and Cone, Precision Press, and Burr Grinder. The Cold Brew Coffee Maker steeps coarsely ground coffee in cold water for 12-24 hours and is capable of making 28 ounces of concentrate at once (approximately 14 average single servings). When it’s too cold for cold brew, the Precision Pour Over Kettle Cone can be heated on the stovetop and offers precise pour control. The Precision Press offers the flavor of traditional French press but with a simplified brew process that measures coffee and water by weight instead of volume. To create a custom brew, the Burr Grinder offers 15 grind settings for French press, pour over, drip coffee, and espresso. Suggested retail prices for the coffee appliances range from $99.99-$299.99.

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