New dispenser launched to make cocktails easier


TenderOneA new dispense machine is being launched that can be used for making up to 200 different cocktails at the touch of a button.

In less than five seconds, the TenderOne dispenser can measure out spirits, liqueurs, syrups and juices in tenths of a centilitre. The liquids are led to the shaker or glass by means of separate lines from a bag-in-box system, leaving no room for spillage, waste or overpouring.

The machine also provides photos and finishing instructions via a touchscreen so that bartenders can add their own extra touches after the drink is mixed.

TenderOne currently has 24-line and 32-line machines, which can be built into a bar or used on a stand-alone basis at festivals and trade fairs.

It is to be launched at the Hotelympia show in London’s Excel at the end of April, where it has already been announced as one of the finalists for a Hotelympia Innovation Award.

The TenderOne dispenser is aimed at bars with bar staff who have no technical experience but want to prepare cocktail ingredients within seconds. It is expected to appeal to bars and clubs looking to get started on the cocktail ladder or for busy venues that want to beat queues and increase their volumes.

Bastiaan Arends, managing director of TenderOne Bar Services, said: “We really wanted to design an industrial cocktail machine that didn’t compromise on quality or customer experience and we’re very happy with the result.

“With TenderOne, the cocktail ingredients are precisely measured and poured in seconds. The shaker can still be used and the barman is left with more time to add the garnish and entertain the clients.

“Customers can’t fail to increase their profit margins when they contract TenderOne. The machine eliminates waste and overpours, increases productivity and enables your regular bar staff to produce perfect cocktails.

“With fantastic-quality drinks and ingredients included in the package, our venues have everything they need to make excellent returns from day one.”


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