Hario Bonmac Siphon Coffee Pot

Feel like your kitchen isn't looking enough like a Mr. Wizard set? The Hario Bonmac Siphon Coffee Pot ($110) should be able to fix that. To use it, you fill up the lower bulb with water, and place your coffee grounds in the upper container. Place the alcohol lamp burner under the lower bulb to boil the water, which becomes steam, rises to the top, mixes with the grounds, and finally ends up back down in the lower bulb as one of the best cups of coffee you've ever had. Safety goggles not included.

  • Philips Saeco Xelsis Fingerprint ID Espresso Machine

    The fingerprint recognition system on the Philips Saeco Xelsis Fingerprint ID Espresso Machine ($3,200) isn't meant to keep anything more secure — unless you consider your personal drink preferences a well-guarded secret. Able to store up to 6 unique profiles, the Xelsis also features Saeco Brewing System technology that lets you dial in just the right strength and consistency, an integrated, automatic milk carafe for perfectly frothed milk, an adjustable, built-in ceramic grinder, protective coffee bean hopper, and removable 54-ounce water tank. All of which helps you save a grand per person per year over hitting up the local coffee shop.

  • Blossom One Coffee Maker

    Consider yourself a coffee geek? Then you should consider a Blossom One Coffee Maker ($TBA). Alongside the most complete temperature control ever put in a coffee brewer, the Blossom also lets you adjust everything from grind size to extraction time, allowing you to brew a cup to your taste. If that wasn't enough, it also features built-in Wi-Fi and a 1.3MP camera for scanning QR codes, letting you instantly download and share brewing recipes specific to the beans you have on hand. You might never stop at Starbucks again.

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