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Top Brewer keeps hot coffee on tap

We thought that this technology age couldn’t get any cooler, because you can bring your entire workspace to a coffee shop, and can fit it all in a backpack. While this is great and all, sometimes you just don’t feel like working out of home one day, but still feel like having that fresh cup of brew made cafe-style. And by cafe style, I mean not having to make it yourself. This is just one of many reasons why the Top Brew is an amazing invention.

This essentially keeps coffee on tap, but not just any kind of coffee. It serves up everything from a regular cup of Joe to a latte, steamed milk and all. Now, before I continue, know that if you want to look into this, pricing is on a “contact us for details” basis, so this whole system is probably going to cost more than most of us make in a year. However, it is a self-cleaning machine that can make up to four cups a minute. The brew unit slides in and out for quick refilling, and has dual grinders so you can have your coffee from actual roasted beans, but if you’d prefer, you can go the filter coffee route instead.

Instead of most coffee-makers which stay on to keep your beverage warm, the Top Brewer will turn off when not in use, and can reboot in about 45 seconds. You can choose what kind of drink you want wirelessly through an iPhone app that has nothing but drink options. Each drink is also customizable as you can choose temperature, cream, sugar etc. If you don’t own an iPhone, there is also a keyboard on the unit that will serve the same purpose. If all that wasn’t enough, there are also additional, optional systems that can be purchased for those who want chilled water, hot chocolate, milk or juice. An overall self-clean will happen once a day, and every time milk is used it will flush out its lines to keep things clean and pristine.

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