4 Coffee Inventions that Prove Coffee is the Future

By Teah Teriele — / Death Wish Coffee Blog

We already know that coffee is the past and the present. The delicious dark matter has been a driving force since the 13th century. Certain crafts have their golden age- some may say, like music. Coffee, on the other hand, continues to improve as time progresses. The incline in quality is largely due to human invention. 


1. Acaia: The Minimalist Coffee Brewing Scale

"The only scale designed for coffee enthusiasts that monitors the weight, time and flow-rates as you brew coffee."


For those of you that have leveled up into the pour over coffee brewing world, consider the acaia. It comes with an iOS app to perfect and save your best brewing methods. $129


2. Josh Renouf's Barisieur

The alarm clock coffee maker wakes the user gradually using stainless steel ball bearings that boil the water through induction heating.

The Barisieur is only a conceptual design, but a beautiful, futuristic one at that. "The Barisieur is an alarm clock and coffee brewer. It eases the user into the day with the subtle movement of stainless steel ball bearings that boil the water through induction heating, accompanied by the smell of freshly brewed coffee. It encourages a ritual before going to sleep, signaling to the body and mind that it is time to go to unwind and relax".


3. The Kazushi Travel Syphon

The traveling coffee lover can brew and drink gourmet coffee anywhere in the world.

Still, in early production mode this mechanism brews coffee similar to that of a syphon, but compacts it to the size of a 16oz travel mug. Dan Walsh found a way to "compress an electric kettle and a coffee siphon into a travel thermos."


4. Chemex's Ottomatic

The machine that brings consistently perfect brewing with the press of a button.

The Chemex pour over method has been known to produce some of the best coffee available- mainly due to the slow and steady method to brewing it. The bloom stages and even extraction have been exclusive to a human hand and kettle, that is, until now. For $350, Chemex's Ottomatic allows you to perfect your brew with the touch of a button. 


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