We are in Seattle at the Global Coffee Expo 2017 taking a look at the coolest tech that might come to your kitchen or a cafe near you.
This is the Rocket Rocketman.
It costs $596.
It has a keg inside that dispenses hot and cold beverages.
It might be coming to a sporting event near you.
This is a Fellow electronic kettle.
You'll see it on Kickstarter now.
It is gonna be shipping by September of 2017.
And it talks to Acaia scales and this Baratza grinder So that you can basically do all the brewing process with a lot less work and hassle.
This is the Ripple, we saw it at CES 2017, it creates custom designs on your espresso foam.
Hopefully you'll see it at a coffee shop near you.
This is the Behmor Plus coffee roaster, costs $370 and it lets you roast your own beans at home.
This is a pour study.
It's an automated pourer machine, it comes in three cup and five cup models.
It costs $12,500 so it's probably not gonna be seen anywhere else except for a cafe near you.
That was just a quick look at all the cool stuff we saw at the Global Coffee Expo 2017.
Be sure to check out more coverage at cnet.com.
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