‘Handy’ Espresso Maker Uses Palm Pressure To Make Lattés

‘Handy’ Espresso Maker Uses Palm Pressure To Make Lattés

Ever found yourself yearning for a shot of espresso in the wilderness or during a blackout? This hand-powered espresso maker would be great for you.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 20 august 2011

Heat or electricity may not always be available to run a coffee machine or manual espresso maker. So what do you do when you’re sailing in the middle of the ocean and you’re craving an espresso? That’s where this hand-powered espresso maker would come in handy. You simply pour hot water into the top of the unit, then push on both levers to drive the piston downward, creating up to 10 bars of pressure that extracts rich espresso topped with crema.

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