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Enjoy a “selfieccino” in Bratislava

Choose a photo from your mobile and see it on your coffee.

(Source: Five Points)

Café Five Points located in the centre of Bratislava offers a unique experience – visitors may order a cappuccino with selfie photography on top, the so-called selfieccino, Startitup portal wrote.

Coffee bartenders first prepare a cappuccino and then put it into the coffee printer machine. After sending the photo to the machine, the magic happens, Startitup reported.

Marián Galuška, a well-known coffee expert and innovator, brought a coffee printer to Slovakia. He hopes to spread the machine to other cities in Slovakia, Startitup wrote.

“I’ve wanted the Coffee printer for two years but I had to wait to for the right Wi-Fi setup,” he said for Startitup. “The variability of the machine is perfect. It can be used on cappuccino, beer, gelato and even cookies,” Galuška added, as cited by Startitup.

Topic: Bratislava


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