Espresso Machine Design At Its Finest – Newton Espresso

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Two generations, two different callings, one mission. Newton Espresso was founded by a designer and an engineer, both sharing the same goal: to create a minimalist espresso machine design that not only looks one-of-a-kind, but also makes barista quality espressos and celebrates the ritual of making coffee. Introducing the non-electric Newton Espresso. It doesn’t have any buttons, but features a simple lever-press operation. This means that one can easily make a cup of joe before sunrise, in complete silence.

With only light manual force, the user generates the high water pressure needed to make the best espresso. The ritual brings a bit of soul to the brewing process, making each cup of coffee that more special at the same time. But this design also allows the user to customize the result. To control the pressure, one can change the force applied to the handle, use more or less ground coffee in the basket, or vary the coarseness of the grind.

Stylish and modern, Newton Espresso has a minimal aesthetic which creates a focal point in any kitchen. The wooden base, handle, and tamp boast a lacquer finish for stain resistance as well as easy cleaning. Other components include the stainless steel removable basket and an aluminum stand and cylinder. Lightweight and compact, the machine is also easy to mount on a wall for optimal functionality. This distinctive espresso machine design comes to Kickstarter in October 2017. To find out more about the campaign, go to the brand’s official website. Photographs© Newton Espresso.

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