When NASA and Apple engineers join their forces, you’ll probably think it’s about some space shuttle. But in this case, it’s about coffee machine, and not any kind, but most expensive in the world. Designed by former NASA and Apple engineers and developed by the president of Blossom Jeremy Kuempel, this world’s most expensive coffee machine, according to the World Record Academy is intended for commercial use. Appropriate dubbed – Blossom One Limited, with its size of a traditional desktop computer, measuring 7 inches wide, this innovative coffee machine has a price of $11,111.
Made of high-quality materials, including mahogany, glass and stainless steel, this coffee maker has integrated 1.3 megapixel camera for QR Code scanning and also connects to WiFi. Its designers hope that some day, coffee bags will have a QR code that the machine will recognize and brew appropriately. It also comes with features like temperature control and water volume control which ensures a perfect cup of coffee for you.
Blossom One Limited coffee machine is limited to just 10 units and will be available in 2013.