This Espresso Maker Is Perfect for Your Minimalist Kitchen
We're in love with the white exterior and wooden accents.
Both casual and die-hard coffee addicts have spent a good part of the (still ongoing) quarantine period in Metro Manila rediscovering their love for caffeine in new ways-most notably, by learning how to whip up their favorite brews at home. While coffee shops in and around the Metro are mostly open again, they're still not quite as accessible as they used to be and going out often isn't an option for everyone, so it's not surprising that home-brewing has become the new mid-day iced coffee run. In case you, too, have fallen in love with the art of making coffee and are looking for a new device to help you level up your craft, then keep reading.
In our never-ending search for more and more #aesthetic finds to add to our online shopping carts, we came across the gorgeous Planit Home Espresso Maker from online store La Table de Zorba. We spotted the device on a Facebook post from a local blogger known as Lois Cozy Life. She shared the coffee machine on popular Facebook group Home Buddies.
According to La Table de Zorba, this chic coffee maker comes straight from South Korea and fittingly, it sports the kind of soft, minimalist design commonly associated with Korean-style interior design. The IG-worthy device features a pristine white exterior with light wooden accents. It's perfect for kitchen counters or coffee nooks filled with sleek appliances and dainty deco and decked out in delicate, neutral tones. Plus, it's a huge step-up from the usual drip coffee makers most people have at home and naturally, the espresso it makes is much closer to the strong, aromatic brews you can get at your go-to café.
Here's a closer look at the #aesthetic espresso maker:
To see the Planit Home Espresso Maker in action, check out Lois Cozy Life's video putting the elegant device to use:
The Planit Home Espresso Maker is available on Shopee. It normally retails for P20,710, but it's currently available for P14,497 for the black variant and P14,911 for the white variant.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.
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