Spinn is world’s first bean-to-cup coffee maker that can make a single serve Espresso, Lungo, Americano, Carafe of Coffee and more.
Spinn Coffee is a San Francisco startup that is expected to ship its centrifugal brewing system this summer to early backers. The Spinn coffee maker uses the same centrifugal technology that Nespresso uses in its Vertuoline coffee and espresso maker line (Nespresso licenses the technology from Spinn), only instead of creating a centrifuge within the pod, the Spinn uses its patented technology within an internal centrifuge system.
The new machine will grind whole beans for each cup and brew the consumer’s choice of espresso or drip coffee.
The centrifuge spins the brewing coffee spins at a high rate within the chamber to extract flavors from the ground coffee beans.
As would be expected from a modern coffee maker, the Spinn is connected and app-controllable. The company is also working to develop a coffee marketplace that delivers beans from local roasters. While the first batch of Spinns is sold out, the company has made a second batch available for preorder that is expected to ship in the second half of this year.