What could possibly go wrong?

It couldn't be simpler 007: swipe your finger, enjoy your coffee.

Here at Barista Magazine, we do love a lot of coffee gadgets, you know like VST’s Mojo to Go or the Aeropress, but this new home machine from Saeco is really something else. It’s smart because it stores coffee profiles for six individuals, but it’s also, umm… maybe a little over the top, because the profiles are accessed by fingerprint recognition, so if you wanted to make a cup for your parter, I guess you just need to lop off their hand and take it to the kitchen with you?

"Tell me what kind of coffee you want! Tell me now, damn it!" that's how Jack Bauer takes your order.

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Kenneth R. Olson (he/him) is co-founder and publisher of Barista Magazine the worldwide trade magazine for the professional coffee community. He has written extensively about specialty coffee, traveled near and far for stories, activities, and fun, and been invited to present on topics important to coffee culture. He is also an avid fan of the Portland Trail Blazers, the Washington Huskies, and public libraries.

1 Comment

  1. I took a quick look at it, and while interesting it nevertheless screamed decadence. I am not quite sure one would need that. Generally, people know what they want and how to do it, whether it be espresso, latte…etc. If it could turn into a car, that would be different…

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