Coffee from a tap is now a reality
I know that some of us like nothing better than to knock back a tipple or two after a particularly long, hard day at work. I helps keep stress at bay, or so I would like to think so, not to mention help working at breweries as well as malt fields to keep their job in this multi-billion dollar industry. Well, some of you might like to drink from a bottle, but others prefer the smoother feeling of an actual tap, not to mention working on getting just the right amount of head in your drink.
As for coffee, the other multi-billion dollar industry, instead of getting your favorite morning brew from one of those super expensive coffee machines, how about doing it in the same way as that of a tap? Yes sir, you no longer need to shuffle bleary eyed into your kitchn each morning, getting your mornign glass of water from the sink, but rather, the Top Brewer will dispense of your favorite coffee into a mug of your choice. Let us see how it works in the extended post.
Scanomat of Denmark is the one behind this unique coffee tap, where the Top Brewer will comprise of a tap which is able to simultaneously dispense up to a trio of different kinds of liquid (such as coffee and cream), where it will also run down to an aluminum-bodied brew unit which remains enclosed inside the Top Brewer cabinet. The brew unit will slide in and out for a jiffy refilling session, where dual grinders will get the job done for you inside, letting each cup of coffee be made from actual roasted beans. If you want filtered coffee, that is also not a problem, as it can be done at a rate of four cups each minute. As for other choices, they will comprise of espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte.
Apart from that, the system can also make steamed foam milk, located right in the tip of the tap, where it will automatically add to drinks when applicable.