With a belief that it takes science, engineering, and art to brew a cup of insanely great coffee, a group of master engineers who previously worked at NASA and Apple, has now crafted what is called as the finest coffee brewing machine ever made. Dubbed as Blossom One Limited, this $11,111 production coffee maker that empowers you with unprecedented control over coffee brewing was manufactured by company Blossom Coffee, a brainchild of MIT engineering graduate and coffee fanatic Jeremy Kuempel, and two other colleagues. Especially designed to deliver coffee like never before, the Blossom One which operates almost silently and boasts Wi-Fi connectivity and camera, takes its elegant design inspiration from sports cars, premium furniture, and the Bauhaus movement. It's a coffee maker crafted to change the perception of coffee-making, right from bean to cup.
The One Limited not just come equipped with state-of-the-art coffee brewing technology, but also features the most precise brewing temperature control, water volume control, and Wi-Fi connectivity to access Blossom’s new brew recipe sharing, and camera.
Actually, Jeremy Kuempel added camera to the machine in order to scan Quick Response (QR) codes.
Hewn from solid sheets of mahogany, stainless steel and glass, the Blossom One is easy to use, and anyone can learn to perfectly brew a coffee cup in less than 10 minutes. The wood comes sanded by hand and treated with an oil-natural Tung oil to deliver best luster, while the glass parts are all laboratory-grade borosilicate. Further, the company also offers customized wood finish to match the cabinetry of kitchen or coffee shop.
Notably, every One Limited will be hand-delivered and will include Blossom representative’s phone number who can be called anytime for assistance, along with free-service for a year.
Also, these all-out coffee machines which are intended to be built in limited numbers, comes adorned with an official build number placard and is signed by Blossom team members, making it a true collector’s item.
The other high-end and innovative coffee machines for coffee connoisseurs we had earlier told you about, includes the $11,000 Clover brewing system (also found at Starbucks) and the $20,000 coffee maker at the Japanese siphon bar, be