By Claire SmithThe Indian brand Claire has launched its own coffee machine, called the Claire Coffee, that can convert any cup of coffee into a smoothie, as well as turning into a coffee bar.
The Claire Coffee has been launched on Indiegogo to raise $30,000 towards the cost of producing the machine.
It comes with a range of features including a full-size coffee maker, water purifier, and a thermos of hot water.
The machine is designed to be a ‘smart coffee machine’, meaning that the machine is smart enough to automatically switch between the four different flavors of coffee.
The coffee can be blended with coffee and milk in the cafe, or even mixed with water and ice for a smooth, creamy smoothie.
In addition, the coffee machine is able to serve as a coffee table or bar, and can also be used as a standalone coffee maker.
The brand also has a range a coffee delivery service.
The company’s chief executive Ashish Agarwal told The Times that Claire has been working with the coffee company on the design and technology for about six months.
The device will be available in India from March, and in the US, Australia, New Zealand and Europe from April.
It costs $5,500 for the base version of the machine and $20,000 for the Premium version.
Claire is a well-known brand in India, and the coffee-focused business is growing at a rapid pace.
The Indian coffee-consuming population is expected to double by 2030.
A survey conducted by the World Health Organization found that one in five Indians in 2030 will be consuming more than 200 grams of coffee a day.
Claire has invested $1.3 billion into the business, and has plans to expand the range of products to include coffee cups, teas, and other drinks, as a way to promote its brand.
Claire Coffee is now in its second year of operations, and it has raised nearly $1 million.