COFFEE MAKER, ROASTER, GRINDER, BREWER

Tom Metcalfe is a graduate of an internationally acclaimed product design course, his new Coffee Maker is for the discerning coffee lover who wants the perfect cup of coffee. The Coffee Maker makes a ceremony of the roasting, grinding and brewing of fresh green beans. The beans can be roasted to any degree of roast, to any personal taste. Theyre then ground by hand which ensures no damage to the bean. And then brewed in glass, which prevents calcification. Each stage maximises the potential of the raw ingredient to create the perfect cup of coffee.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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13 Responses to COFFEE MAKER, ROASTER, GRINDER, BREWER

  1. TheLeftHand77 says:

    @tudza 1-7+ days, yes; moments, no. All coffees are different, but the largest swath taste best at-or-around the 3+ day(s) mark –for drip/immersion brewing. Unrested coffee is often described as tasting ‘sharp’, ‘aggressive’, too loud’, etc., and is almost always grassy and/or sour. Coffee needs to degas.

  2. TheLeftHand77 says:

    @tudza 1-days, yes; moments, no. All coffees are different, but the largest swath taste best at-or-around the 3+ day(s) mark –for drip/immersion brewing. Unrested coffee is often described as tasting ‘sharp’, ‘aggressive’, too loud’, etc., and is almost always grassy and/or sour. Coffee needs to degas.

  3. PavalonTech says:

    Interesting concept.

  4. tudza says:

    @TheLeftHand77 The references I find on-line say 24 hours to 7 days.

  5. YYCCoffee says:

    Very nice design. Although it would be the most laborious way of getting an over fresh cup of coffee, it is a very interesting modern approach to ancient coffee practices.

  6. nutritiousacne99 says:

    I got a great tip for homemade espresso at coffeeloverstipandtricks (.) com

  7. jacoborriv says:

    great concept, sadly it can’t taste good… coffee has to degas sir.

  8. blzrfn says:

    It could have been really good, in many countries coffee is roasted as part of the coffee ceremony. However, for anybody to drink and nod in appreciation of the flavors/aromas in coffee seconds after it is brewed is laughable. The palate is not able to detect anything at that temperature and in fact most likely that level of temperature would most likely dull any origin or roasting defects.

  9. TheLeftHand77 says:

    That coffee likely tasted terrible having been roasted only moments prior. Coffees used for immersion/drip brewing are best when allowed to rest 3+ days.

  10. handsomebassman says:

    @steelersman2 hahaha, made me laugh out loud.

  11. steelersman2 says:

    This is the most exciting sales demo i’ve ever seen! Is this filmed in a generator plant or a abandoned warehouse?

  12. 4000angels says:

    interesting video, thank you … the aero press coffee makes makes a great cup of coffee apparently too

  13. pipaponte says:

    Good work santa claus!