Traditional alarm clocks work something like this: You hear the annoying alarm sound and wish you could just go back to sleep. Instead you end up hitting the snooze button till you absolutely have to wake up and get ready.

How would you like it, if along with the annoying alarm sound, you get to wake up with the smell of fresh coffee (or tea) right by your bedside? No, you don’t have to get up and go anywhere to make it nor do you have to sleepwalk.

Sounds like a dream doesn’t it? Well, it’s now a reality!

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The Barisieur is every coffee/tea lover’s dream come true.

And how does this work? It’s quite simple, actually.

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Instead of waking you up with an alarm sound, the Barisieur also starts making hot coffee or tea at the set time. All you have to do is to make sure that you have filled the ‘clock’ with the necessary ingredients the night before.

The Barisieur consists of a glass boiling vessel, a milk vessel, a glass funnel, a stainless steel re-usable filter, a sealed drawer to store coffee, tea, or sugar, a simple LED display for the time, and alarm buttons. It also has a USB port to charge your phone.

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You can snooze this alarm too but you will have to wake up to cold coffee and that’s not very tempting is it?

All you have to do the night before is to fill the glass boiling vessel with water, add milk in a special milk storage container, fill the filter with coffee or tea (you can add sugar later) and set the time for the alarm.

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Once the alarm rings, the glass boiling vessel heats up and the steam pushes the water to fill the steel filter, after which your hot black coffee or tea is ready. Simply add the milk from the milk storage container, sugar, and enjoy your steaming hot cup of coffee or tea. Beats getting up to kitchen and making coffee, doesn’t it?

Check out the Barisieur in action here:

*Check out their Kickstarter campaign here.

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