The AKMA Steampunk coffee machine has a tall, towering form that might be a little intimidating to someone who only drinks coffee on occasion. With "AKMA" dervied from a Korean word that means "devil," the machine truly does have qualities that make it quite wicked looking.
Standing tall like a piece of gothic architecture, the rust-proof aluminum machine is designed for cold drip coffee with its three-litre water tank. For the most part, gravity does all of the work in making the coffee. The unusual coffee machine stands on tall legs and has flasks that can be pulled out to retrieve the coffee. Despite how elaborate this design looks, it's said to be quite easy to clean, since its parts can be disassembled as needed.
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