It takes new age technology and former NASA and Apple engineers to design a coffee brewer, which is then created by MIT graduate Jeremy Kuempel of Blossom Coffee to be adjudged the finest and the most expensive coffee maker ever. We are not sure how great an $11,111 machine would brew your cup of coffee, but what we are confident about is the Blossom One Limited as the coffee maker is called, will provide you an unprecedented control over coffee brewing. Made from mahogany, stainless steel and glass, with walnut, teak and zebrawood available as custom options, the Blossom One touts perfect brewing temperature control, water volume control, Wi-Fi connectivity and a 1.3MP camera for QR Code scanning of beans.
The brew chamber of the easy to clean (all modules can be removed with common hand tools) Blossom One features a 500W electrical heating unit. Built-in Wi-Fi on the coffee machine makes sure that an amateur or even a pro user can download and share brew recipes online and that the machine’s performance is monitored even from a distance, remotely. So, are you all set to change everything you think you knew about coffee? Just act fast, because only 10 Blossom One Limited coffee makers will be available in 2013.