Good home-brewed coffee shouldn’t be all that elusive. Most of us don’t have time to craft a solid cup in the morning before work or we just don’t know how. And so, coffee becomes simply a tool for us to get through our mornings. Although, why should a drink so diverse and dynamic be reduced to such a utility? Enter Siphonysta: a barista-grade system for making siphoned coffee in your very own kitchen.
Considered to be the best way to maximize your coffee’s flavor, siphoning gives you the dynamic richness of a French press with the clean body of a pour-over, bringing out the full potential of the coffee bean in a way that a standard coffee maker just can’t do. Siphonysta, from Tiger Corporation, offers that exact same luxury without the expertise or elaborate equipment typically required to make it. Not only that, but the machine expedites the process by almost one-fifth of a typical siphon setup to give you a consistently curated cup each and every time by steaming the grounds and using its own oils to enhance the flavor without any sort of filter getting in the way. With the keypad on the side of the machine, you can select your preferred flavor strength and the Siphonysta does the rest.
Not only will you get to drink the best possible coffee imaginable from your Siphonysta, but watching it brew your beverage is an experience all to itself. Utilizing a steam and vacuum technology to siphon out the beverage, the machine evenly saturates the grounds and then extracts the full flavor, allowing the liquid to rise and fall through the cylindrical system for an amazing display no one will want to miss.
Where siphoned coffee can run over $10 per cup at specialty shops, Siphonysta pays for itself after only a few weeks. Developed over 2 years in Japan, this automated coffee siphon is also dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. Tiger has been producing coffee machines for over 40 years, and now they’re aiming to revolutionize coffee culture with the Siphonysta, which is currently raising funds on Kickstarter with a campaign that lasts until May 17.