Waking up for work is hard, which is why people have different ways of waking up to start their day. For some, it’s waking up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee. Others would even prefer tea. Instead, we wake up to the blaring sound of an alarm clock and unfortunately, that first cup can’t make itself. Or, can it?
Joy Resolve brings these two things that make up our morning and create a device that will make mornings a bit more bearable. They created a device that brews your first cup of joe as your alarm goes off. Introducing the Barisieur Tea & Coffee Alarm Clock.
Start your day right
The Barisieur reintroduces to us the idea of a dedicated alarm clock and reimagines it. The device is set to automatically brew your coffee or tea to wake you up alongside your alarm.
The whole set up looks like your normal alarm clock on the base. Sitting on top, you’ll have the timbre tray where everything takes place. There’s a boiling vessel that connects to a glass funnel for brewing your coffee or tea. There’s also a two-layer mesh filter for filtering your coffee. While the top portion does look like a small science lab, the base is actually where the exciting bit is.
First off, there’s an induction coil for boiling water and a section to put your cup in. In between the two is a small fridge that can keep a shot of milk cool between 3-5°C. There’s also a drawer to keep your ground coffee or tea leaves, along with a scoop. True to form, it does have a display for the time. You also have your buttons and toggles to set the time and alarm.
With this, all you need to do is set up the Barsieur before going to bed. You can have the device start before, during, or after your alarm goes off. All that’s left to do is wake up to the smell of coffee or tea. You can also make coffee at any time with it.
The Barisieur Tea & Coffee Alarm Clock makes mornings a little bit easier to wake up to. It comes in black and white, with a price of £345 at its online store.
YouTube: Barisieur – London Living
Photo credits: The feature image has been taken by Joshua Ness.