September 18, 2012

Sarista - New Single Serve Espresso and Coffee Machine

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The new Sarista is a pretty interesting machine as it modularizes the coffee making experience and tries to put whole beans into a "capsule-like" coffee funnel that ties your new machine to their whole beans. It might be a pretty cool invention, giving users a quick and easy way to make everything from an espresso all the way up to a whole carafe of coffee. Pop on one of at least six "Coffee Funnels" of whole bean coffee, pick a cup size and the Sarista grinds, tamps and extracts your coffee for you. The coffee funnels twist onto the top of the Sarista machine.

The Sarista Machine will retail for a little over $300 in the Netherlands starting in early October. It's from Sara-Lee, the makers of the Senseo pod-based coffee maker. The coffee funnels will come in six varieties to start: Mellow Flow, Bright Song, Revel Rich, Decaf, Pure Explosion, and Bold Burst. The cost will be in the $6+ range, and give a cost per cup of about $0.30. No word on any US launch plans.

See the video after the jump for some views on how the machine works.

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Posted by Scott Martin at September 18, 2012 6:07 PM
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