This coffee machines works without electricity. You combine ground beans with water and let them infuse for 12-24 hours. After that just turn it over and drain 16 oz of extract through the filter and
combine it with hot water.
This nifty device makes sure that your coffee is heated perfectly and stays warmer longer. It distributes coffee perfectly as it brews. After it is done the outside bowl acts as an insulator for the coffee center. This would be pretty cool to watch as it is happening.
This looks like a science project but it is actually a lot more simple than you think. You start with 50 raw coffee beans and roast them yourself to a roast you enjoy.
Then you cool the beans, grind them and heat the water to a boil. Add the beans, brew for 4 minutes and that is it! The whole process takes less than 30 minutes and you get the most perfect cup of personalized coffee.
I've never seen something like this before. You fill it with water and bring it to a boil and it the water somehow flows upward and mixes with the coffee grounds in the top. Then you turn the heat off and watch the brewed coffee flows towards the bottom. I would love to see this work its magic.
This is the most simple design I have seen. This comes with a mug that fits perfectly inside and whenever you want a cup of coffee you press the button above the mug and in 30 seconds you have your coffee!
All you need for this cool looking cold brew coffee maker is ice, water and fresh coffee. You pour ice and water into the top. The second part, you put fresh ground coffee into. Once you turn the dripper on, it is one drip per second. This is a long process (5-8 hours) but totally worth it!
All you have to do with this add fresh ground coffee or espresso, add hot water and that is it. This requires no external power.
This coffee machine is the reason I decided to write this blog and research more cool looking coffee machines. It employs the cold brew method of making coffee: letting the grounds steep in
room temperature or cold water, then filtering down into the waiting decanter. The coffee
can fall straight down from the glass canisters. Water is dripped from tanks
through the grounds, where it is collected in a beaker. For more info on this coffee machine visit this website and you can also view a picture of the entire machine and a video on how it is made!