Royal Coffee Maker in gold & crystal uses truly exquisite materials and is perfect for a lavish dinner party. Science will take over to give your guests a wonderful experience involving fire, steam, pressure, and gravity. This superb machine strikes the perfect balance of rich flavour and fragrant aroma to give your decadent dinner a true piece of elegant etiquette.
After recently coming into contact with Maria Tindemans, a lady that obviously understands all about class, finding out about her beautiful Royal Coffee Maker which is not only glamorous but exudes class and decadence. It not only made me think of wonderful memories from growing up but thought how highly suitable for Gentlemans Butler this would be.
My mother loved to give dinner parties something I adore but do not go to enough these days subtle hint …but seriously the simple beauty of watching this wonderful ritual at the end of the meal which was part “chemistry set” and part “age old ritual” bringing a wonderful peace to the end of the meal which was rather opportune to help the digestion, and certainly a custom of great civility.
In no way nearly as grand as this beautiful Royal Coffee Maker but still the principal was the same and I can remember it was always a point of conversation.
As a young boy we had a coffee grinder unit on the wall and I would grind the coffee from the beans which gave off a lovely smell and then the coffee maker would come to the table.
All in all I remember the making and serving of the coffee as a truly unique, lavish and calming experience.
At the most lavish dinner parties and events, coffee and its various accoutrements can seem like somewhat of an after-thought. Once upon a time, the partaking in coffee was a special and refined ritual.
Whether you are a coffee connoisseur or a novice, you will experience the delectable difference this coffee offers after the first sip. Made from the unique brewing method involving fire, steam, pressure, and gravity, this superb machine strikes the perfect balance of rich flavour and fragrant aroma.
The Royal Pledge of Excellence starts with only the highest quality and glamorous materials. Pure 24-carat gold, Baccarat handcrafted crystal, lustrous silver polished with painstaking care, black obsidian, and genuine Afghan azurite come together with deliberate care and detail to customize a Royal Paris coffee machine fit for the most elite and luxurious dignitaries. From the beginning sketches to hand shaping the clay, French artists and sculptors collaborate to begin the journey of this exquisite creation. Next, hours of fine details are crafted through hand chiselling, brazing, and polishing. Countless hours of devoted care complete what is the most elegant coffee machine found anywhere which is all part of creating a luxurious household sublime in class, elegance, tradition and etiquette.
Due to the intricate detail and painstaking work that goes into each and every one of the Royal Paris Coffee machines, only six are made a month. With this understandable demand there is a waiting list which I feel indirectly adds another element of the bespoke.
Mesmerize your lavish guests with a coffee ceremony as performed by Franz-Joseph, the emperor of Austria in the 1850’s with a mechanical masterpiece, an object d’art, that brews arguably the best coffee you have ever tasted. Adorned with Baccarat glassworks.
Put “pomp and ceremony” back into after-dinner coffee serving.
This exquisite replica of the Royal Coffee Maker as used at the courts of Franz-Joseph, emperor of Austria in the 1850’s will captivate your guests as nearly boiling water mixes with the coffee or tea while the kettle rises and then lowers again to syphon the perfectly brewed coffee or tea back into the kettle.
This mechanical masterpiece is adorned with custom-made, hand-painted Baccarat glass and a semi-precious stone base.
Royal Paris’s exquisite brewing syphon is fashioned by French artist Jean-Luc Rieutort and his team of master craftsmen. Each and every Royal model is the culmination of more than 50 hours of meticulous workmanship.
The act of preparing coffee was once regarded as a ceremonial art by the European monarchs of the 19th century. For the imperial emperors in the European courts of the 1800s, only the grandest apparatus was worthy of creating the superlative beverage that is coffee.
In the 18th and 19th century table settings became more elaborate and servants numbered more than one to each guest. After this very elegant dinner the table was prepared for dessert.
The enormous interest in coffee making in the early 1840’s had its own consequences. Fashionable Europe moved to something new, silver and goldsmiths were competing to supply the courts with exciting and elaborate contraptions to present the new delicacy – and Franz Jozef and Elisabeth had a surprise for their royal company. It held guests spellbound. “O-h’s” and “A-h’s” were heard as the gleaming, spigoted canister pivoted up, as boiling water flowed through the pipet into the fine crystal glass, while the alcohol burner closed automatically, which cooled-off the canister, creating a vacuum, syphoning back the coffee from the glass and lowering the kettle again in the correct serving position.
All automatic, all in a matter of minutes. Boiling water is pushed through the metal pipette. By the time the water reaches the grounds, it has cooled a few degrees. The result: coffee and water meet at the perfect temperature to extract the oils and flavours, but not so hot as to impart “scorched” taste. The beauty of this process is that the coffee is brewed by extended contact with water at exactly the right brewing temperature, the temperature is maintained throughout the process, and then the coffee is immediately separated from the grounds.
The system traps the delicate aroma and flavours in the closed canister to produce a coffee unlike any you’ve ever tasted. The bitter grounds stay in the glass carafe by way of a gold filter at the end of the overflow pipe.
We genuinely adore this and I tell you why. Gentlemans Butler believes that if you truly want to experience a life of class and elegance then focus on sensuality. The Royal Coffee Maker does three vital things to add to your lavish and decadent event. Firstly the apparatus itself is beautifully tactile and visually excites, Secondly the making of creates a period of time where true service can take place and give space to good digestion and good conversation and thirdly you end up with a superb cup of coffee.
For the full range of models and price visit: www.royalcoffeemaker.com
This is a Sponsored Post, though my thoughts are completely my own.