The new shiny face of coffee

Posted: December 21, 2019 in Six-Word Saturday
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for Six Word Saturday

  1. I need several more words to tell me how this works. 🙂 I do love a good cup of coffee, and this for sure looks interesting.

  2. Whoa! It looks more like something one finds in the lab! There is a spigot on the other side I’m guessing? Oh my gosh! I don’t think I’ve had to spell spigot before and misspelled it 3 ways from Sunday before looking it up! 🤣
    I need more tea!

    • Tea for me, too, Deborah. It reminded me of a row of Bunsen burners, too. 🙂 So many new ways of brewing coffee. I’ll have to check for a spigot the next time I’m there, but there might be one, otherwise I’m not sure how the coffee would come out.

  3. klara b says:

    looks like laboratory 🙂

  4. Jackie says:

    I have my morning coffee and occasionally we will make lattes in the afternoon. I have treated myself recently with a couple of flat whites at Starbucks recently.

  5. Sue says:

    It looks a bit like my mum’s Cona coffee machine in the ‘70s

  6. Dan Antion says:

    It’s a lovely photo. It’s a siphon coffee maker, but it seems like a way-too-complicated way to make a cup of coffee, not to mention cleaning the thing afterwards.

  7. restlessjo says:

    Looks very glam! I’m in need of something short and sweet 🙂 🙂

  8. So fancy! Maybe I’m not cultured enough to appreciate the fine nuances of siphon coffee, but honestly, I can’t tell the difference… Except for the price, of course.

    • Ah, yes, the price. I think it supposed to be a guide to what’s good and what isn’t. Because I always have something in my coffee, it’s hard to tell the difference. And most of the time I’m having tea, so it doesn’t matter. 😉

  9. DP & Blog says:

    That Siphon Coffee Maker looks real sweet 🙂

    • The Starbucks near us has a coffee bar, where you can get coffee brewed any sort of way or even a flight of coffee brewed in different styles. A few other places also offer different brewing styles.