Nov 23, 2006|
It’s small and pretty. Whether you want Ristretto, Espresso or Lungo, this stylish and compact coffee maker can still satisfy you. And with a capacity of 3L water and 30 used capsules, you possibly don’t need to fill water and empty grounds every three hours from now on.
$8,988 from EVS Selectus (Ice House Street 10, Suite 56, 5F, New Henry House, Central, 3528-0885)
Simple and easy functions with a clean upright look and sleek, black styling, this coffee machine is the perfect adornment for smart, contemporary kitchens. Lets you prepare up to 12 small cups or up to eight large cups at once.
$1,530 from Alessi (Shop 247, Prince’s Building, Central, 2869-6377).
Essence Coffee Maker has a unique coffee strength control, which balances the proportions of water and ground coffee. You can also personalize your coffee taste by adjusting the “strength select” button. Along with its drip-stop function, it’s best for those who are impatient and jittery for their fix.
$668 from Chung Yuen (Shop 727-728, 7/F, Times Square, Causeway Bay, 2506-3515).
From Gaggia, the king of coffeemakers, comes this deluxe stud of a machine. Unfortunately, initiating this love affair will cost you $9,888 – still, cheaper than getting married and a more reliable way to perk you up each morning.
Can be pre-ordered from Tailin (Shop 905B-906, 9/F, Times Square, Causeway Bay, 2506-3030).