Music Box Espresso Machine

World’s only Music Box Espresso Machine blends music with coffee

Coffee and music not only makes a lethal combination, but they also offer a soothing atmosphere for those who love waking with a freshly brewed coffee and favorite tunes.  Helping coffee and music lovers to start their day on a musical and rejuvenating note, two-renowned Swiss companies have collaborated to create a masterpiece. Reuge, a Swiss company famous for its horologists since 1865, and elite Swiss coffee maker manufacturer Gotec, have created a masterpiece that is also the world’s only Music Box Espresso Machine.

The coffee machine made using anodized aluminum is designed to accept and create widely accepted iiLy Iperespresso flavor pods. Re-designing the morning ritual, the coffee machine can offer both regular and long-pull espresso along with the variety of 11 different song samples. This coffee machine is fabricated to offer 10 cups of one-ounce espresso shots and five two-ounces long-pull espresso shots. Moreover, the machine comes with a 10-ounces integrated water tank.

Designed to work with coffee brewing operations, the music box inside the coffee maker features CH1.36 movement and can play 36-second tune from range of in-built iconic pieces of melodious compositions including, Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, Mozart’s The Magic Flute or Deep Purple’s Smoke On The Water, etc. The beautiful polished brass finish music box offer ideal tonal quality, creating a magical and soulful morning experience.

Currently available at New York-based retail shop Hammacher Schlemmer, the world’s only Music Box Espresso Machine (also considered as the most ecological coffee machine) is  priced at $4,200.

Music Box Espresso Machine

World’s only Music Box Espresso Machine

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