A world first.
It’s the world’s fastest coffee grind, the world-first, the most powerful coffee machine ever built, and it’s all thanks to the efforts of the people who make it.
Read moreThe technology behind the coffee machines used in coffee shops around the world is called Fremont, and they have been around for decades.
This coffee machine is a completely new technology that’s been created in just one year.
Fremont coffee is the same way that coffee is brewed in the UK.
It has a water bath and a high-pressure, steam-filled chamber.
It’s a process that takes only about 10 minutes.
And that’s the reason why it’s so fast: the coffee beans need to be roasted in an extremely high pressure to create a full, full cup.
In a vacuum, Fremont is a simple process.
But it can be a bit messy.
It takes about a minute to roast a full cup of coffee in a vacuum and about a third of that to roast an espresso.
To make Fremont a reality, a team of researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, and a German company, Deutsch-Rochford, created a machine that takes a few seconds to roast coffee beans in the vacuum of space.
The coffee is then poured into a glass tank that’s designed to keep the beans from getting too hot.
When the coffee is ready, it’s pushed through a pressure cooker and into the chamber.
The chamber has been designed to be very compact so that the coffee can be easily moved around.
And the pressure cooker is so compact that it can hold about 1.5 litres of coffee, which is more than enough for one person.
This is not the first time the University and Deutsch Rochford have created a coffee machine that’s so efficient that it was able to beat the world record set by the US in 2008.
That was a world record-setting machine that weighed about 20 tonnes, and was driven by an American businessman.
This was the Fremont.
The researchers developed the machine to create the perfect cup of beans, and to make the process even easier.
The chamber has a built-in fan to slow the coffee down, and when it’s full, the machine can hold just over 1.25 litres.
The Fremont was the first coffee machine to be developed and built entirely in-house, in a workshop in Hamburg, Germany.
And it’s the first to use a high heat chamber, which makes it easy to control the heat of the chamber and keep the coffee hot enough for you.
The scientists hope that Fremont will be used to make coffee for people around the globe, so that they can enjoy a more delicious cup of joe every day.
This video was made using the latest technology of the world, using the new Fremont machine, which has achieved a world-record time.
This article first appeared on BBC News.