What happens when engineers make coffee? Espresso. Appliance Science looks at the physics of this beloved (and reviled) coffee drink.
The OXO Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker offers a simple way to go from grind to cup. The device steeps coffee and then releases it into a waiting beaker.
A physicist has invented a way of making ice cream so that it changes hue from pale blue to deep purple to pink in response to being licked.
The Zoku Iced Coffee Maker chills down hot beverages. No dilution necessary.
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The Fred & Friends Bendy Wine Aerator looks like a sipping straw but is actually a pour spout. Underneath, the silicone stopper aerates wine as it is poured.
The Immerset uses a small helical valve to control the flow rate of coffee. The pour-over coffee gadget can be used fully closed or fully opened.
The Bella Toast and Brew Breakfast Station features a USB port for convenient device charging. Because toast and coffee go better with juice.
The Zevro Incred-A-Brew Gravity Drip Coffee Infuser Cup offers an easy way to deliver morning coffee. The steeping device fits over a cup or mug and shuts off when raised.
The Bodum Bistro Pour Over Coffee Machine uses a thermal carafe, avoiding the tortures of a heating plate.