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The Innovation of The Coffee Maker
Transcript of The Innovation of The Coffee Maker
Mood booster, & can stop headaches Good for businesses like Starbucks and local coffee shops New Innovation Presso Coffee Maker http://pressoamerica.com/ This link takes you to the website of the newest and sleekest coffee maker! 2nd period IED Coffee Maker Timeline 1865
James Mason invents the coffee percolator.
First commercial decaffeination process was invented by Dr. Ludwig Roselius
1901 - Luigi Bezzera files a patent for the first espresso machine. In 1905 the first commercial espresso machine was manufactured in Italy.
The English chemist George Constant Washington, invented the instant coffee while living in Guatemala.
Melitta Bentz invents the first drip coffee maker with a filter made of blotting paper.
Dr. Ernest Illy develops the first automatic espresso machine. At the same time, Alfonso Bialetti invented the world’s first stovetop espresso maker, later to become the most popular maker in Italy.
Achilles Gaggia enhances the espresso machine with a manual piston that creates a high pressure extraction to produce a thick layer of crema.
FAEMA introduced the world's first pump operated espresso machine named E61 (eclipse of 1961).
1966 - Nestle introduces TASTER'S CHOICE. A freeze-dried Instant Coffee locking in freshness and taste.
Coffee is the world’s most popular beverage. More than 500 billion cups are consumed each year. It is one of the world’s most traded commodities, second in value only to crude oil. Major Design Changes? Vacuum coffee maker
Electric percolator French press
Engineering Disciplines Mechanical: Using mechanics and energy to design the system of boiling water and running it to the filter to make the coffee. Electrical & Electronics: Determining the mtion of electrons in metal and how it would power the coffee maker using electricity. Sources: http://pressoamerica.com/
http://www.google.com/patents/US4406217 1. Adding a timer
2. Using filter paper
3. Boiling water to the top apparatus where the coffee is held
5. Sleek designs to minimize space capacity