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Immerset combines French press and pour-over coffee-making techniques

Combining the French press and pouring-over methods, while improving both, is the goal of a new coffee-maker being promoted by an outfit called Immerset. The device is a project by inventor Chic Kelty, and is designed both for commercial and consumer purposes.  Read More

The first Starbucks coffee carriage that will serve passengers riding the rail in Switzerl...

Apparently not content with putting a coffee shop on every second street corner, Starbucks has teamed with Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) to expand into rail travel with the unveiling of the first railway carriage converted into a Starbucks.  Read More

The Bonaverde machine roasts, grinds and brews coffee

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, the fuel that ignites the brain in the morning and keeps us going throughout the day. Some people take their coffee more seriously, and enjoy a more artisanal approach to coffee-making, and not just stirring up a quick instant coffee. It’s for those people that Berlin-based startup Bonaverde has launched a new coffee-making machine that gives coffee lovers total control of the process.  Read More

Briggo's Coffee Haus is now in use at the University of Texas at Austin

Do you like visiting with that cute barista at the local coffee shop? Well, she/he may be on their way to being replaced by a machine ... maybe. This July, Texas-based company Briggo announced the installation of its first "intelligent" Coffee Haus on the University of Texas at Austin campus. The machine grinds and brews espressos, mochas and other specialty coffees on the spot, to the exact specifications of the customer.  Read More

Atlas is Ministry of Supply new range of socks made with carbonized coffee

Traditional dress socks are not very gentle to the feet, what with all the heat and sweat they can generate. But new technology can provide new levels of comfort that were not possible until now. From the makers of the high-tech Apollo Shirt, Ministry of Supply once again evokes Greek mythology to launch another sartorial innovation in the shape Atlas, high tech socks that come with a promise of cool and comfortable feet.  Read More

Breakfast wouldn't be breakfast without a good, hot bag of coffee

Since the early days of space travel, a consistent complaint has been bad coffee. Now a group of freshman engineering students at Rice University has developed a simple approach to alleviating this problem.  Read More

Alpha Dominche’s Steampunk Coffee and Tea Brewer

With baristas able to draw masterpieces in a macchiato, the days when going out for a coffee meant a cup of something scorched in an urn seem long gone. Unfortunately, if your tastes run more toward brewed coffee rather than a double decaf or skinny latte, you’re still likely to be pointed to a vacuum-flask at the end of the counter. Alpha Dominche’s Steampunk Coffee and Tea Brewer aims to redress the balance of power by asking the espresso machine to make room for a computerized coffee maker that gives baristas the power to replicate a wide variety of brewing methods.  Read More

The Espresso Veloce Machine comes in V10 and V12 configurations (Photo: Espresso Veloce)

We’re big fans of both cars and coffee here at Gizmag, so it’s only fitting that we give a mention to the Espresso Veloce Machine – an espresso machine billed as a tribute to the 1990's Grand Prix race car engines which powered racing legends like Ayrton Senna, and Michael Schumacher.  Read More

Nomad promises a great espresso, wherever you are – just add some hot water and ground cof...

It can be a challenge to procure a really great cup of coffee when you’re away from home, especially if you like to disappear off-grid on occasion. However, the Nomad by UniTerra promises a portable and compact espresso machine that will provide great coffee, wherever you are.  Read More

London residents Pete Tomlinson and Ben Russel have transformed an abandoned public toilet...

We’re definitely fans of recycling here at Gizmag, but The Attendant is recycling in a way we've rarely seen – and might not want to see again. When London residents Pete Tomlinson and Ben Russell saw a "For Rent" sign outside a disused underground Victorian restroom, they were for some reason inspired to transform the space into a chic urban coffee shop.  Read More

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